Meet the football staff!
Tony Mowbray - First Team Manager
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Mowbray was appointed Sky Blues Manager on Tuesday, March 3rd tasked with keeping Coventry City in League One.
The 51-year old enjoyed a successful playing career with spells at Middlesbrough, Celtic and Ipswich Town before moving into management with Scottish side Hibernian in 2004.
His success with Hibs attracted the attention of West Bromwich Albion in 2006 and Mowbray guided the Black Country side to the Championship title and promotion to the Premier League in the 2007/08 season.
After a brief spell with Celtic, Mowbray moved back to Middlesbrough to guide Boro to safety in the 2010/11 season before narrowly missing out on a play-off place a season later during a three-year spell.
After keeping the Sky Blues in League One following a run of just four defeats in 14 games, Mowbray signed a two-year deal with the club as he sets his plans for a successful future for Coventry City.
Mark Venus - Technical Director
The former Wolverhampton Wanderers defender has enjoyed a successful coaching career working alongside current manager Tony Mowbray.
Venus has worked with the City manager during his success at Hibernian, West Bromwich Albion, Celtic and Middlesbrough.
Venus joined the club as Technical Director in June 2015 to oversee the footballing operation and the recruitment process.
Jamie Clapham - First team coach
The former Birmingham City, Ipswich Town and Wolverhampton Wanderers defender joined the Sky Blues in June 2015 as first team coach.
Clapham went into coaching under Mowbray at Middlesbrough as an Academy coach and then also assisted with the first-team during his time on Teeside.
Clapham has also spent time within the England national team set-up with the Under-20s side.
Steve Ogrizovic - Goalkeeping Coach
Goalkeeping coach Steve Ogrizovic is somewhat of a living Sky Blues legend having played between the sticks for the 1987 FA Cup final-winning squad and holding the record for most club appearances at 601 during a playing spell that lasted 16 years.
The towering former custodian waved farewell to he playing duties in 2000 but stayed on at the club in a coaching capacity which originally saw him head the club's reserve ranks before to toook the natural role of goalkeeping coach to the Sky Blues' established and up-and-coming shot stoppers.
During his playing career, 'Oggy' became one of only a few goalkeepers to score from open play when he netted in Coventry's 2-2 draw with Sheffield Wednesday in the old First Division in 1986.
He is also one of just four players to have played top flight football in four different decades along with fellow goalkeepers Peter Shilton and John Lukic and ex-Blackpool icon Sir Stanley Matthews.
Dave Hart - Physiotherapist
Dave Hart started his physiotherapy career in 2004 with then-Championship side Wolverhampton Wanderers.
The physiotherapist spent four years at Molineux before moving to the Sky Blues in 2008.
A move to Watford beckoned after three years with City before Hart returned to Coventry in 2012.
Pete Tierney - Sports Scientist
Paul Travis - Performance Analyst
Pauline Robertson - Senior Physiotherapist
Pauline Robertson moved to the club in October 2013 after a full-time role as Head Physiotherapist with Scottish Premiership side Hamilton Academical.
Pauline works works closely with Head Physio Dave Hart performing first-team duties, as well as covering every first-team fixture, but also, she manages the physiotherapy for all Development side fixtures and players.
Andy Young - Assistant Sports Scientist
Andy Young started his work at the club in 2011 as an intern in the Sports Science department.
Andy's development in the role has seen him claim a full-time role at the club and having worked with the Under-18s during the 2014/15 season, he will support the first team and take care of the Development Squad duties this season.