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"It was a great honour to lead the team out at Crewe, particularly being born here." Coventry City's Jordan Willis.

12 November 2014

Plenty of great Coventry City content in the PUSB match-day programme as the Sky Blues face Plymouth Argyle for a place in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy area semi-final...

Coventry City defender Jordan Willis spoke of the honour of captaining the club back in October in the game against Crewe Alexandra.

Speaking exclusively to PUSB match-day programme, the 20-year-old spoke of his pride of wearing the City armband and the future of the side as they head towards the busy christmas period.

“It was a great honour to lead the team out against Crewe,” Willis said.

“I didn’t expect it, the manager said on the day I’d be the captain for the day and it was a huge honour particularly with the club being in the city where I was born – which made it even bigger!

“I just tried to take it in my stride, I’d been captain of the Under-18’s and Under-21’s and while I didn’t expect to be the captain, I took things from what I did back then into now and I really enjoyed it despite the result."

The programme also features more of Willis' thoughts and our regular captain's and manager's columns, as well as our in-depth visitors section giving you all you need to know about visitors Plymouth Argyle.

All that and more feature in the award-winning PUSB which is available around the ground for just £2!


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