Coventry City manager Mark Robins has urged City supporters to stick with the team.
Many City supporters are angry about the club playing League 2 football and then not even being able to score against the likes of Barnet, Accrington and Forest Green with tempers starting to fray in the last two games amongst some of the support.
However, Mark Robins said about the booing on the half-time and final whistle of the defeat to Forest Green Rovers on Tuesday night, in a game which also saw one supporter of forty years standing sadly reach reach the end of his patience and go on the pitch to tell certain players that their performances are not acceptable: “That was me! “I get it.
“I have got to understand the mentality of what’s going wrong at the minute.
“The supporters don’t. They pay their money and want to see us win. That’s fine, we accept that.
“But again, my message is just stick together because you don’t achieve anything. The club has been through a lot of heartache and turmoil for long enough so we have got to stick together because nothing that’s worth achieving is easy.”