2011–12 Coventry City F.C. season

The 2011–12 season was Coventry City’s 92nd season in The Football League and their 11th consecutive season in the Football League Championship, giving them the longest consecutive run out of all the teams in the division. In addition to the Championship, The Sky Blues also entered the League Cup in the First Round and will enter the FA Cup in the Third Round.

Coventry City F.C. 2011–12 football season
Coventry City F.C.
2011–12 season
Chairman Ken Dulieu
(until 2 December 2011)
Vacant
(since 2 December 2011)
Manager Andy Thorn
Stadium Ricoh Arena
Championship 23rd (relegated)
FA Cup 3rd round
vs Southampton
League Cup 1st round
vs Bury
Top goalscorer League: Lukas Jutkiewicz9
All: Lukas Jutkiewicz, Gary McSheffrey9
Highest home attendance 22,240 vs Birmingham CityChampionship – 10 March 2012
Lowest home attendance 12,054 vs Crystal PalaceChampionship – 6 March 2012
Average home league attendance 15,118

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This is a list of the significant events to occur at the club during the 2011–12 season, presented in chronological order. This list does not include transfers, which are listed in the transfers section below, or match results, which are in the results section.

June:

July:

August

  • 4 – Defender James McPake signs a new one-year contract extension running until June 2013.[9]
  • 4 – Midfielder David Bell signs a new three-year contract extension running until June 2015.[9]
  • 8 – Midfielder Gaël Bigirimana signs a new one-year contract extension running until June 2014.[10]
  • 22 – Cyrus Christie is named in the Official Football LeagueChampionship team of the week, following his performance against Watford.[11]
  • 23- An official takeover bid is made for Coventry City by a consortium fronted by former Vice-Chairman Gary Hoffman.[12]
  • 27- The official takeover bid fronted by former Vice-Chairman Gary Hoffman is withdrawn due to possible rule breach.[13]

September

October

November

  • 8 – Midfielder Gary McSheffrey signs a one-year contract extension running until June 2013.[18]
  • 15 – Director Leonard Brody stands down from his position with immediate effect.[19]
  • 26 – Coventry City set up a link with Norwegian club IF Helle.[20]

December

February

March

April

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