Lee Carsley - Interim First Team Manager
The former Republic of Ireland international joined the club's coaching ranks in the summer of 2011, heading up the Sky Blues' Under 18s academy side under Academy manager Gregor Rioch.
The move to the backroom came following Lee's decision to hang up his boots at the end of City's 2010/11 campaign after nearly 20 years in the game, the majority of those in the top flight, as well picking up 39 international caps.
Carsley's career-ending spell at Coventry City was his second at the club after making 47 appearances for the Sky Blues in a one-and-a-half-year stint between 2000 and 2002 after starting his early career with Derby County and then Blackburn Rovers.
His move away from Highfield Road in in 2002 took him to Everton and then Birmingham City before he was brought back to Coventry on a one-year deal in July 200 where he wore the captain's armband.
Retirement followed the following summer where he joined the Sky Blues' academy setup, taking the reins of the Under 18s who went on to finish second in the Premier Academy League Group in 2011/12.
Carsley was then handed the first team coaching position under boss Andy Thorn and alongside assistant manager and former team mate Richard Shaw.
The former Republic of Ireland international continued to work under Mark Robins as the Development Coach for the Under-21's and was made Interim first team manager when Robins departed the club on February 14th, 2013.
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.