City captain, Michael Doyle made his 350th appearance in all competitions for the Sky Blues against Scunthorpe United this past weekend.
The midfielder has started 339 games, making 11 substitute appearances and scoring 25 goals, over a period of nine seasons.
Doyle made his debut for the Sky Blues back on August 13th 2003, when City came up against Peterborough United in the League Cup.
It didn't take long for his first goal to come either, as just two games later, he scored away against Ipswich Town in the First Division.
After departing for Sheffield United in 2011, Doyle would return to City at the start of the 2017/18 season, helping to guide the Sky Blues to promotion back into League One, after winning the play-off final in his 349th appearance.
Then, in the first fixture of the 2018/19 season, Michael led his team out at the Ricoh Arena against Scunthorpe United, as he notched up his 350th appearance.