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    Default Coventry City Reach FA Cup 4th Round

    A nice victory for the team: https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/67894593

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    Their run won't last
    Of course it'll fit, you just need a bigger hammer.

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    The team is going through another bad patch; fingers crossed they can get a stable future & turn themselves around.

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    25,000 tickets have been sold to Coventry 'fans' for the semi-final. Funny how they turn out when the team's doing well: https://coventryobserver.co.uk/news/...up-semi-final/

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    Fair weather supporters
    Of course it'll fit, you just need a bigger hammer.

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    Coventry gave MU a good run for their money: https://coventryobserver.co.uk/news/...in-cup-defeat/

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    Interesting issue with the off side ruling.

    The whole foot (hence the leg, and thus body) has to be adjudged over the direct line to the opponent's (last) defender in order to be ruled off side.

    The computer gizmo showed quite clearly the Coventry forward was no way over that line. In fact, he barely touched that line.

    A formal legal appeal by Coventry is being made to the F.A.

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