Club withdraw points deduction appeal

Wed 10 Apr 2013
Author: Coventry City Football Club

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Joint statement on behalf of Coventry City FC Holdings and Joint Administrator Paul Appleton

Whilst it was agreed to commence the appeal process with regard to the 10 point deduction by the Football League, following legal advice, the decision has now been made to withdraw the appeal to avoid further delay and costs to all parties.

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