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The Opposition View - Coventry

The Opposition View - Coventry
With special thanks to the Vital Coventry ed, we ask a few questions on his club and tomorrows game...

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1) What are your hopes and expectations for the season?

A mid-table finish would be an achievement given the financial problems we have and the lack of new signings over the summer.

2) What are your strengths and weaknesses as a team?

We have been defensively solid up until the Ipswich game. Up front we have really struggled to score goals.

3) Who are the player/s to look out for?

Lukas Jutkiewicz has proved a real handful to defenders this season.

4) Similarly to our gaffer, Andy Thorn has gone from Chief Scout to a manager, how well do you think he has adapted?

Excellently. His attitude is refreshing to see, telling it like it is and adopting a passing style of play which the players clearly like.

5) It seems you eventually lost interest in our striker Adam Le Fondre, do you feel he is what your team are missing at the moment?

Too early to tell, we signed Cody McDonald to play up front who hopefully will do the business.

6) Prediction of the game?

A 1-1 draw

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Writer:Josh
Date:Friday September 23 2011
Time: 5:02PM

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A draw wouldn't be the worst result for either side
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24/09/2011 10:11:00
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