Admitting he is keen to get Sunday’s final match of the season, away to Scunthorpe United, out of the way, Mark Robins will get his first crack at reshaping the Coventry City squad once the final whistle blows at Glanford Park and he can begin telling players where their future lies.
Robins has also praised the squad he inherited for the way they have responded to his ideas and shown that there is plenty of talent in the Sky Blues ranks despite their impending relegation to League Two.
But with season ticket sales limping along at just 500, what kind of budget will be available to the City boss when the window opens, especially as revenue from the sales will be the main driver in determining the funds at hand.
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What the travelling support, who will make their final journey of the campaign early on Sunday morning, would give to be in Scunthorpe’s position as Graham Alexander prepares his men for the play-offs.
He told the Iron’s official website: ‘It’ll be a tough game, because I think Coventry will come here with a bit of freedom about themselves.
‘They’ve had a lift with the Checkatrade Trophy win, they’ve had a lift since Mark (Robins) has gone in, and they`ve picked up some really good results.’