Time to take stock, exciting summer and fond farewells - Coventry City Q&A

Coventry City’s league campaign has fallen flat after a thrilling but ultimately heart-breaking FA Cup run derailed the push for the play-offs. But fans can still look back on another memorable season when the Sky Blues have continued to evolve and improve in certain departments, and go backwards in others.

With one last match to go, Saturday’s Legends Day finale at the CBS Arena against 17th placed Queens Park Rangers, it’s almost time to take stock and reflect on the last nine months. The weekend will see a fond farewell to the players for the summer and, for several a final good-bye as they end their time with the club.

Fans will be looking forward to another hopefully exciting summer in the transfer window when Mark Robins hopes to add numbers and quality to his squad to ensure it’s better equipped to stay the distance next term, rather than come up short. Several areas of the team will need strengthening, some adding competition to existing positions while others will be replacing players moving on.

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Most fans appear resigned to losing out of contract Callum O’Hare while all will be desperately hoping to keep hold of Ben Sheaf – the midfielder being one of the club’s biggest saleable assets after another impressive season in a Sky Blues shirt.

There will be a number of contracted players who may fall by the wayside, surplus to requirements as City continue to strive for a stronger squad.

There’s also new kits to look forward to and season tickets which will be going on sale in the coming weeks as owner Doug King hopes to beat this year’s record by selling more than 19,000.

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