Football League Would Look Into City's Possiblle Groundshare

Last updated : 14 December 2012 By Covsupport News Service

The Football League have said that they would look into proposals for Coventry City to groundshare. 

League Two side Port Vale have said they are prepared to offer City a temporary home and in a statement, quoted by The Sentinenal, the Football League said: "The club's  would need to agree the principals and practicalities of any arrangement and come to us with a proposal. "It's something we would need to look into."

Whilst Vale Park would suffice according to Football League regulations, it is not within the conurbation that Coventry play in, ie Coventry & Wawickshire and is 67.4 miles from the Ricoh Arena.

It is understood that if City do leave the Ricoh Arena, there will be possible legal cases against the club over season ticket and True Sky Blue breaches and the possible loss of both supporters and sponsors.