Meet the coaching staff!
Steven Pressley - Manager
City manager Steven Pressley penned a three-and-a-half year contract with the club in March 2013, taking the helm following the departire of previous boss Mark Robins.
Pressley carved out his managerial reputation at Scottish outfit Falkirk where he guided them to Scottish Callenge Cup success and a Scottish FA Cup semi-final before his departure to the Sky Blues.
Pressley's arrival as manager is not, however, his first time at the club having played for City in the mid-1990's before a return to Scotland saw him further his career in the SPL with the likes of Rangers, Celtic and Hearts where he won silverware including an SPL title before finishing his playing career with Falkirk.
He also holds 32 international caps for Scotland, a set-up he would later re-join in a coaching role as part of then manager George Burley's staff before embarking on his own managerial career.
Neil MacFarlane - Asssistant Manager
MacFarlane arrived as the Sky Blues' assistant manager in March 2013 following the appointment of manager Steven Pressley.
His career saw him play for Scottish outfits such as Queen's Park, Queen of the South and SPL side Hearts where he was team mates with Pressley.
MacFarlane's first taste of full-time coaching came with Falkirk in August 2011 where he remained before joining Pressley as his assistant with the Sky Blues.
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 Andrew Hemmings - Club Masseur