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SBD Global/May 29, 2013/Franchises
League One Coventry City Attracts Interest From Asian Consortium To Control Club
Published May 29, 2013
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GROUND SHARE: The EXPRESS & STAR reported a possible ground-sharing deal between League One Walsall and Coventry "looked less likely" Tuesday after the club was reportedly subject of a bid from a Far East consortium (EXPRESS & STAR, 5/28). ITV reported that Coventry is "close to agreeing" on a land deal for a new stadium. Real estate firm CBRE said that they "have been appointed" by the Sky Blues to "look for potential sites." CBRE said, "The firm has been working on finding a site for a new stadium within the Coventry area and is close to agreeing a land deal" (ITV, 5/28).