As the Sky Blues prepare for the visit of Fleetwood, we profile three men who have been at both clubs...
Coventry City face Fleetwood Town at the Ricoh on Saturday in the Sky Bet League One fixture looking for their second consecutive victory.
Ahead of the game, we take a look at three men who have w the badge of both teams.
The former manager of the Sky Blues also played for City during his playing career, joining in October 1994. He made 19 appearances scoring only goal against Manchester United.
He returned to the Sky Blues in March 2013, as he took over as manager. He oversaw a difficult spell in the club’s history, with the club having to play all their home games at Northampton Town's Sixfields. However, despite these obstacles, Pressley managed to keep the club in League One. He eventually left in February 2015 after a poor run of results.
He went onto to join the Cod Army in October, replacing Graham Alexander. The team currently sit 18th, one place above the relegation places.
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did not get many minutes in his first season, eventually moving out on loan to Bournemouth in January 2004. The following season Jorgensnen was much more involved, signing a new contract in June 2005, going onto to become the first ever player to score at the Ricoh in a 3-0 victory over QPR in August.JorgensenThe Danish midfielder joined the Sky Blues in the summer of 2003.
Jorgensen eventually left City moving onto Blackpool and Port Vale before joining Fleetwood in September 2009. However, he left the club the following month after only making four league appearances and one FA Cup appearance.
Barton joined City in 2012 signing a three-year contract. During his first season at the club, he made 22 league appearances scoring three goals.
He left the Sky Blues in March 2014 to join Fleetwood on loan for the remainder of the 2013/14 season.
Barton would return to City for the 2014/15 season, making 27 league appearances, before being released by the club at the end of the season.