She looks a beauty!
Coventry City fans have been teased with images of their new 2020-21 kit as both home and away jerseys move available for pre-order.
Sky Blues fans have been waiting with bated breath for new on when their new Hummel strip would be revealed.
Due to coronavirus and the club’s struggle to secure a deal for a front-of-shirt sponsor, it has taken longer than ever for the club to get their new kit on sale.
But that has not just been a problem for the Sky Blues, who saw their deal with estate agents Allsopp & Allsopp expire this summer.
Clubs up and down the country have fought to secure sponsorship deals with company reluctant to splash cash on marketing during the coronavirus pandemic.
But now that BoyleSports’ arrival has been confirmed, Coventry can tease fans with the new strip as they released two images on social media late last night.
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City striker Matty Godden has described Championship football as “bonkers” ahead of the club’s return to the second division.
The 29-year-old forward, who hit 15 goals for the Sky Blues last term as they won promotion from League One, was casting his eye over the club’s upcoming fixtures at Sky Blue Lodge when he was asked about the daunting February fixture list heading their way.
That run of games will see them take on Watford, Cardiff City, Norwich, Brentford, Swansea and Blackburn Rovers all in the space of 30 days with all six clubs targeting promotion to the Premier League next term.
But Godden refused to read too much into it, explaining to TalkSport that never know which games will prove tougher than others until you are well into the campaign.
“Look at Huddersfield, for example, they were down there last season and I wouldn’t expect them to be down there this season,” he said.
FULL INTERVIEW WITH GODDEN HERE