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Hi, my name's Toby Wildgoose. I'm a 19 year old boy who's obsessed by sport, so much so that I am looking to become a sports journalist/media officer in later life.

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Start Date: 11/12/12

Thursday, 13 December 2012

Coventry City to move to Hinckley's Greene King Stadium?

Talks have commenced between Coventry City and Hinckley United with regard to a possible ground share between the two footballing sides. This is due to the possibility of the Sky Blues having to leave their Ricoh Arena stadium, as they believe that their current rent for the ground is too high compared to other teams in the league.

The Ricoh Arena's current capacity is 32,609 whereas Hinckley's Greene King Stadium can only hold 4,329 fans. This could prove problematic for Coventry fans as the team's average attendance this season is currently just over 10,000.

The Sky Blues have until Boxing Day to pay the owners of the Ricoh Arena (Arena Coventry Limited) £1.1 million or face a winding-up petition.

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