The vehicle that Sisu Capital used to buy Coventry City in 2007 faces being struck off by Companies House.
Sky Blues Sports & Leisure which has Timothy Donald Fisher and South Africa based Laura Deering as directors and uses 96 Kensington High Street, London, W8 4SG, as its address, the same as the office Sisu are currently working out of, is late in filing its confirmation statement as required by law, (due November 14th 2017) and there is an application in to have the company struck off the Companies House register.
Sky Blue Sports & Leisure are one of three companies or trusts which have ownership or debentures on Coventry City FC and are one of the three, along with the Otium Entertainment Group and Caymen Islands Arvo Master Trust which are involved in the long running court action against Coventry City Council.
More news is expected on January 23rd and if there are no applications, Sky Blue Sports & Leisure, which claims to be a holding company and called Baulder Sports & Leisure until 2007, when it was changed so that Sisu could buy Coventry City FC, could be struck off the Companies House register in as little as two months.
Companies House Listing - https://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/company/06414248