Fans Split Over Boycott & Protest

Last updated : 03 January 2012 By Covsupport News Service

If the current results of the poll on the Coventry Telegraph website is anything to go by, then Coventry City supporters are split.

A poll is asking "In light of the planned anti-Sisu boycott of Coventry City's home FA Cup third round clash against Southampton on Saturday, what do you think is the best course of action?"

So far the results indicate that 32.6% of those who have responded are planning to watch the whole game and support the players.

31.2% say they will protest outside for the first 15 minutes then go in and get behind the lads whilst 27.6% are in favour of a full boycott and staying away, something that is not a surprise as a crowd around the 6,000 mark is being expected by the club for what is seen by many as an unattractive tie between two clubs in the same division.

Only 9.% have indicated that they will boycott the game but protest at Jimmy Hill statue throughout.

You can see the poll by clicking on