Sky Blue Trust Statement Following City's Open Letter

The Sky Blue Trust have this morning issued the following press statement
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"The Sky Blue Trust is in full agreement with the sentiments raised below by our fellow devoted Coventry City fans in The Jimmy Hill Way group.
 
We include ourselves in the "Sky Blue community"referred to, a group of people who care passionately about OUR football club and who continue to be dismayed that this saga continues and which now appears to have reached its most serious phase yet to the point that the very future of the club is now in jeapordy.
 
We have been saying for a very long time now that the Ricoh Arena is the only possible option, even when ridiculous talk of mythical new stadiums was being touted by Otium Entertainment Group director and Coventry City Chairman Tim Fisher.
 
Now the club,our football club, finds itself in a parlous state with desperation setting in as the clock ticks towards potential oblivion.
 
Sky Blues fans are rightly concerned but clearly that concern isn't shared by our owners SISU who are prepared to play "Russian Roulette" with the club’s very existence to pursue their legal challenges, however hopeless and damaging they may seem.
 
Like the Jimmy Hill Way group, we will join with the Sky Blue Community but not SISU, Tim Fisher or anybody connected with their group of companies, in calling for the owners of Wasps to agree a deal for Coventry City to stay in their rightful home at the Ricoh and appeal to their better nature despite their assertions, reiterated only yesterday by Chief Executive Nick Eastwood that they were not prepared to talk whilst legal action is ongoing.
 
However we also want to make it perfectly clear that this whole situation could and should be simply resolved by SISU doing the right thing and calling a halt now to their legal action."