By Matthew Bates 03/05 Updated: 04/05 10:05
SKY BLUES' fans are being offered the chance to have their say on the state of their club.
Tomorrow (Friday) will see chief executive Tim Fisher and development director Steve Waggott questioned by Duncan Jones, series producer of the BBC's Late Kick Off. He will be hearing the views of fans before putting them to the club duo.
A week later former players Dave Bennett and Micky Gynn will be reminiscing about the glory years and 1987 FA Cup win as well as the changes the club has gone through since then.
And the final event, set to take place on May 18, will be a nostalgic look back at previous ground Highfield Road. Chairing the event will be Chris Arnot, author of the soon to be released book Fields of Dreams: Grounds that Football Forgot but the Fans Never Will.
All three are part of the popular Coventry Conversations series and are free to get into.
They take place between 1pm and 2pm with although spaces are limited.
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