Football: Richard Shaw issues rally call to Sky Blues supporters

Richard Shaw has been announced as Coventry City's assistant manager. (S)

RICHARD Shaw has issued a rallying call to Sky Blues supporters to back the club next season after he was unveiled as Andy Thorn's right-hand man. The former defender cemented himself as a firm fan's favourite amongst supporters for his ...»

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