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League One Side Coventry City Owner Dismisses Bids As 'Derisory'

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 04 / 24 / 17

Relegated League One side Coventry City owner Sisu dismissed two bids for the club as "derisory," according to the BBC. The club confirmed that two bids were made to the London-based hedge fund by a consortium led by former Coventry City Vice-Chair Gary Hoffman. But it insisted that "there have been...

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