Coventry City’s Football League future ‘at risk’ as stadium issues return
Coventry City has warned its place in the Football League is "at risk" if it is unable to agree an extension to its agreement to play its matches at the Ricoh Arena.
The League One club agreed a one-year extension in February with stadium owner Wasps.
The relationship has been strained by ongoing legal action relating to the sale of the ground by Coventry City Council to Wasps.
The rugby union club bought the stadium in 2014, after Coventry City had spent a season playing its home games in Northampton.
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