One Coventry City supporter took to Radio 5's 606 phone in last night to express the concerns that many City supporters have as to where the Sky Blues will be playing their home matches next season.
A Christmas Message from City's CEO David Boddy, which was republished in the programme for the win over Chesterfield, appears to have done nothing to allay the fears of some that the Sky Blues could be playing home games outside of Coventry next season, something which could see many either ending their support of Coventry City altogether or only going to away games , if the move of the club to Sixfields for just over a season is anything to go by.
The call to 606 can be heard here
"There's every chance that if we go up, we haven't got a ground next season"— BBC 606 (@bbc606) January 1, 2018
Coventry City fan Mark fears for the future of his club if they win promotion this season.
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