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Coventry Rugby Chair Rules Out Possibility Of Coventry City Moving To Butts Park

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 11 / 17 / 17

National Clubs Association Rugby side Coventry Chair Jon Sharp "ruled out any possibility" of League Two side Coventry City moving to the Butts Park Arena, according to the BBC. Coventry City, in the last year of its agreement with Ricoh Arena's landlord, Pro14 side Wasps, "earmarked the 4,000-...

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