Date: 28th November 2007 at 10:32am
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Wednesday’s Coventry Telegraph makes bad reading for all Sky Blues fans as chairman Joe Elliott admits the club has reached ‘crisis point’.

Despite Geoffrey Robinson agreeing to work with Ray Ranson’s consortium rather than continuing with a rival bid, the Ranson deal has not found favour with the Co-op bank.

Players wages for the end of the month have to be found and on gates of 14,000 that is not looking likely.

‘We are at crisis point,’Elliott told the Telegraph

‘The clock was always ticking and we are negotiating hard and doing our very best to make things happen.’

 

3 Replies to “‘Crisis point’ reached for CCFC”

  • Everything about the Ranson bid seems positive but obviously the bank are not convinced. Last night’s crowd was terrible but the club have failed to keep us informed of what’s going on and seem to have lost the enthusiasm they had when Joe Elliott took over.

  • I think you are right rugby sky blue.Yesterday we lost 3 points against nine men. that’s awful.I also think that mifsud is important and infact we cannot convert chances into goals

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