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"It was difficult not to let my emotions get the better of me. The world saw what Coventry is all about." - Coventry City's Steven Pressley

12 September 2014

Pick up your copy of the PUSB match-day programme tomorrow at the Ricoh Arena and also read a feature-length interview with Ryan Allsop...

Coventry City manager Steven Pressley reflects on an emotional first night back at the Ricoh Arena in the Yeovil Town addition of the PUSB match-day programme.

The Sky Blues go into the weekend's game against the Glovers looking to go seven games unbeaten after the 1-0 win over Gillingham last Friday.

Frank Nouble's 10th-minute strike ensured an incredible night in front of 27,306 City supporters at the Ricoh Arena and Pressley admitted his emotions got the better of him.

Pressley said: "Walking out last Friday to more than 27,000 supporters for our first game back at the Ricoh Arena, I will admit it was difficult not to let my emotions get the better of me.

"In my 18 months as manager of this club I can think of few occasions where I have been prouder of my players and you, the supporters, who showed to a worldwide audience just how much Coventry City means to the community.

"The noise that Frank Nouble’s first goal for the club generated was just incredible and I was delighted both by how the team responded to such an occasion and how you as supporters carried us through to the end to claim a valuable three points."

Pick up the PUSB match-day programme and read a feature-length interview with goalkeeper Ryan Allsop!

Available around the ground for £3!

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