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BEREA, Ohio — Starting offensive tackles Jedrick Wills Jr. and Jack Conklin sat side-by-side on the stationery bikes Friday, not exactly a welcome sight with J.J. Watt coming to town on Sunday.

Fortunately for the Browns, Cardinals’ sack leader Chandler Jones, their version of Myles Garrett, is expected to sit out the game with COVID-19. He’s tied for fifth in the NFL with five sacks, all coming in Week 1 against Tennessee’s Taylor Lewan, a three-time Pro Bowler.

Wills and Conklin are among 10 Browns listed as questionable, and one or both might not play. If Wills (ankle) can’t go, he’ll be replaced for the second straight week by Blake Hance, who had an excellent NFL starting debut last week against the Chargers — complete with plenty of Joey Bosa, no less. Wills took a few reps early in practice on Wednesday, but then backed off and didn’t practice Thursday or Friday.

If Conklin (knee) can’t go, he’ll be replaced by fourth-round pick James Hudson III, who finished the game for Conklin last week. He sat out all three days.

“You want to talk about Blake Hance coming in and playing lights out against Joey Bosa?’’ offensive coordinator Alex Van Pelt said Thursday when asked if he’d like to be asked about guys other than Odell Beckham Jr. “You want to talk about James Hudson coming in playing in back up of Jack?’’

Both players held their own, and Baker Mayfield was sacked only once. In fact, Hance finished 16th among NFL offensive tackles last week with a 70.2 grade, not allowing a sack, a hit or hurry.

“I was really proud of him last week,’’ Van Pelt said. “He did a really nice job. Bosa went over there on his side a lot, and he held up. It was great. James came in the game late and played well for us. Next man up mentality. If Jed is back, that’s a bonus. If Jack is back, that’s a bonus. If not, I feel really good about our guys.”

Hance, originally signed by the Bills as an undrafted free agent out of Northwestern in 2019, got the nod over Hudson in L.A. because of his slight edge in experience, including stints in both of the Browns playoff games last season.

“I kind of prepared the whole week thinking if I were [the Chargers] I would flip Bosa over to the inexperienced guy versus Jack on the right, an All-Pro tackle,’’ Hance said. “We had a really good gameplan designed to help me, who hadn’t played out there much, with some chips and getting the ball out quickly. The gameplan put me in a good position all day. We have to keep that going.”

Hance was helped a lot by Pro Bowl left guard Joel Bitonio.

“Joel is just the definition of a smart veteran player who always knows what not only his job is but everybody’s job,’’ Hance said. “All week of practice is just non-stop communication. On gameday, if there is anything that is unclear at all, I ask Joel, and he has the answer right away. You just always know he is going to be doing his job at a high level. Playing next to a guy like Joel makes it easy to have confidence when you are playing. Also, when you know you need inside help or whatever, he is always going to be there. Playing next to a veteran guy like that definitely just adds confidence in my play.”

Holding his own against Bosa boosted his confidence to try to hold off Watt and whoever else comes his way.

“If you play scared, it’s very evident, and guys will take advantage of that,’’ he said. “No matter who you are or who you’re going against, if you do not come out play fast, physical and confident, it’s going to be pretty evident on tape. That’s the only way you can play.”

Watt has yet to notch a sack, but he’s eighth in the NFL with 23 pressures, according to Pro Football Focus.

“They are outstanding,’’ Kevin Stefanski said. “They’re relentless. Just watch the first game of the season, Chandler Jones was making plays all over the field, and if it was not him, someone else was being disruptive. Obviously, JJ Watt is a great player. He’s going to get his hands up. He’s going to try and bat balls. He’s going to be disruptive. Across the board, I think their pass rush is outstanding.”

The other 8 Browns who are questionable

The Browns are as banged up as they’ve been all season heading, but most of the eight other players who are questionable will probably give it a go. They are Jadeveon Clowney (elbow, knee), Myles Garrett (knee, ankle), A.J. Green (shoulder, groin), Kareem Hunt (wrist, knee), Takk McKinley (ankle, knee), Greg Newsome II (calf), Denzel Ward (neck) and JC Tretter (knee).

All eight practice on Friday, but were limited. The sight of the Browns top three defensive ends was welcome considering they’ll try to rattle one of the hottest young QBs in the league in Kyler Murray.

Murray will also be without his three-time Pro Bowl center Rodney Hudson, who’s out with shoulder and rib injuries. The Browns will try to dominate his backup Max Garcia, a seventh-year pro who’s mostly played guard.

“I’m not sure if you can replace (Hudson) as far as the plays being effective,” coach Kliff Kingsbury told reporters Friday. “He was such a great presence for us in pass protection and the run game. It’s hard to account for not having him in there as a playcaller.”

Kyler Murray and DeAndre Hopkins full participants on Friday

Murray was limited on Wednesday and Thursday with a shoulder injury, and Hopkins sat out practice on Wednesday and Thursday with an illness.

“He looked good. He’s a guy who is going to be ready to go on Sundays, you know that,’’ Kingsbury said. “But he had good juice, good energy and definitely (is) trending the right way.’’

Jarvis Landry could be activated on Saturday

Landry was designated for return from injured reserve on Friday and practiced for the first time since sprained his MCL in Week 2 against the Texans. The next step for him to get on the field Sunday is to be activated, and that could happen on Saturday.

Tight ends coach Drew Petzing said Landry’s presence has provided a boost to the whole offense and “obviously looking forward to having him back out there on Sunday.’'

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NFL Week 6 injuries: Christian McCaffrey, Nick Chubb among big names ruled out; Dalvin Cook good to go

NFL Week 6 injuries: Christian McCaffrey, Nick Chubb among big names ruled out; Dalvin Cook good to go

Breaking down the final injury reports ahead of the weekend

            Cody Benjamin

By Cody Benjamin

 & Tyler Sullivan

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Injuries have taken their toll on a number of NFL teams in 2021. Just ask the Panthers, who've struggled to replicate the success of their hot start with Christian McCaffrey banged up. Or the Buccaneers, who are doing just fine but continue to lose starters on their title-defending defense. As Week 6 gets underway, we're here to help you stay on top of all the latest injuries around the NFL.

Below, you'll find the final injury reports for every single Week 6 matchup. All odds courtesy of Caesars Sportsbook.

Miami Dolphins (-3) vs. Jacksonville Jaguars (in London)

Jacksonville will be down potentially two key defensive starters in Jack and Robertson-Harris, but Miami is even more banged up for this overseas affair, with Parker and Howard -- two of their best players -- sidelined. That said, the Dolphins will get a big name back on offense, with Tua Tagovailoa telling reporters Friday he is "100 percent" ready to return as the starting QB after a three-game stint by backup Jacoby Brissett.

Minnesota Vikings (-2.5) at Carolina Panthers

Minnesota is healthy for this NFC clash, with playmakers Dalvin Cook, Adam Thielen and Justin Jefferson all completely off the injury report ahead of Sunday. The Panthers, on the other hand, will be counting on rookie Chuba Hubbard once again, with McCaffrey set to miss his third straight.

Cincinnati Bengals (-3.5) at Detroit Lions

Both the Bengals and Lions are battling injuries in the backfield. If Mixon can't go for Cincy, Chris Evans would be in line to man RB1 duties with Samaje Perine on COVID-19 reserve. Detroit's backup behind Swift and Williams, meanwhile, is Godwin Igwebuike.

Green Bay Packers (-6) at Chicago Bears

  • Packers: CB Kevin King (shoulder) OUT; T Dennis Kelly (back) DOUBTFUL; G Elgton Jenkins (ankle), WR Malik Taylor (illness) QUESTIONABLE 
  • Bears: TE J.P. Holtz (quad), LB Caleb Johnson (knee) OUT; RB Ryan Nall (ankle), WR Allen Robinson (ankle), WR Jakeem Grant (groin), DT Akiem Hicks (groin), OLB Khalil Mack (foot), LB Joel Iyiegbuniwe (hamstring), CB Artie Burns (foot), S Eddie Jackson (knee), DB Duke Shelley (ankle), DB Xavier Crawford (back) QUESTIONABLE

The Bears are all kinds of banged up going into this crucial NFC North tilt, though several questionable vets, like Burns and Jackson, were full participants on Friday, suggesting they'll be OK. A key absence not listed here: that of RB Damien Williams, who is on COVID-19 reserve and is set to be replaced by Khalil Herbert as David Montgomery's fill-in.

For the Packers, Kelly's status for Sunday is in jeopardy after he did not participate in any of this week's practices. Jenkins was limited throughout the week, while Taylor did not practice Friday after not appearing on the injury list on Wednesday and Thursday. 

Kansas City Chiefs (-7) at Washington Football Team

  • Chiefs: TE Blake Bell (back), DE Chris Jones (wrist), CB Charvarius Ward (quad) OUT; WR Tyreek Hill (quad), OG Joe Thuney (hand), LB Anthony Hitchens (knee) QUESTIONABLE
  • Washington: T Samuel Cosmi (ankle), LB Jared Morris (shoulder), WR Curtis Samuel (groin), G Brandon Scherff (knee), WR Cam Sims (hamstring) OUT; RB Antonio Gibson (shin), WR Dyami Brown (knee), TE Sammis Reyes (back), WR Terry McLaurin (hamstring) QUESTIONABLE

If Kansas City is without Hill and Thuney on Sunday, Patrick Mahomes will be under even more pressure to perform. Not that he's incapable of overcoming the losses, but he has had more turnovers, seemingly forcing plays, of late.

Gibson, who continues to work through a shin injury, was limited on Thursday and Friday after sitting out Wednesday's practice. McLaurin did not show up on the injury report until Friday; coach Ron Rivera said that McLaurin not practicing Friday was precautionary after McLaurin said that he felt sore upon arriving at the team's facility. 

Los Angeles Rams (-9.5) at New York Giants

Quarterback Daniel Jones, who practiced in full on Friday, is good to go for Sunday. Receiver Sterling Shepard is also good to go after missing the Giants' last two weeks with an injured hamstring. Toney was limited during the Giants' initial practice following his breakout game against the Cowboys. 

Los Angeles Chargers at Baltimore Ravens (-2.5)

Chargers coach Brandon Staley said that he is hopeful that Williams can play on Sunday. Williams has 31 catches for 471 yards and six touchdowns through five games.  

Both Elliott and Stone were full participants on Friday, which is a good sign for the Ravens' secondary. Villanueva was limited Friday after not practicing on Thursday. 

Houston Texans at Indianapolis Colts (-10)

Britt missed practice throughout the week, while Amendola was limited throughout the week. With Blankenship out, the Colts signed former Chargers kicker Michael Badgley earlier this week. 

Arizona Cardinals at Cleveland Browns (-3.5)

  • Cardinals: OL Rodney Hudson (ribs/shoulder), ILB Tanner Vallejo (hand) OUT; ILB Jordan Hicks (toe), CB Byron Murphy Jr. (ribs), CB Marco Wilson (ribs), OL Kelvin Beachum (ribs), RB Chase Edmonds (shoulder) QUESTIONABLE 
  • Browns: RB Nick Chubb (calf), LB Malcolm Smith (abdomen) OUT; DE Jadeveon Clowney (elbow/knee), T Jack Conklin (knee), DE Myles Garrett (knee/ankle), CB A.J. Green (shoulder), RB Kareem Hunt (wrist/knee), DE Takkarist McKinley (ankle/knee), CB Greg Newsome II (calf), C JC Tretter (knee), CB Denzel Ward (neck), T Jedrick Wills Jr. (ankle) QUESTIONABLE 

Along with Chubb, the Browns are in jeopardy of playing without Hunt, who was limited on Friday after missing practice the previous two days. Garrett has been limited the last two days, while Newsome and Ward have been limited throughout the week. 

For the Cardinals, Edmunds and Beachum were limited all week, while Murphy was limited the last two days. 

Dallas Cowboys (-3) at New England Patriots

  • Cowboys: DE Dorance Armstrong (ankle) OUT; CB Trevon Diggs (ankle), RB Ezekiel Elliott (ribs), DE Randy Gregory (knee), S Damontae Kazee (hip), T Tyron Smith (neck), S Donovan Wilson (groin) LIMITED 
  • Patriots: OL Shaq Mason (abdomen), CB Shaun Wade (concussion) OUT; RB Damien Harris (ribs), K Nick Folk (left knee), OL Justin Herron (abdomen), DB Jonathan Jones (ankle), CB Jalen Mills (hamstring), LB Ronnie Perkins (ankle), LB Kyle Van Noy (groin), RB J.J. Taylor (groin) QUESTIONABLE 

Diggs was limited on Friday after missing the Cowboys' first two practices. Elliott, Gregory and Wilson were limited all week, while Smith was limited on Thursday before being held out of Friday's practice. 

Harris was limited the last two days after being held out of Wednesday's practice. Folk, Mills, Perkins and Van Noy were limited throughout the week. Taylor was a late addition to the Patriots' injury report, as he was limited during Friday's practice. 

Las Vegas Raiders at Denver Broncos (-4)

Hankins did not practice this week, while Jefferson was limited on Wednesday and Friday but was held out of Thursday's practice. Things are looking up for Gordon, who was limited the last two days after missing Wednesday's practice. Jackson was a full participant on Friday. 

Seattle Seahawks at Pittsburgh Steelers (-5)

Pete Carroll announced on Friday that Wilson will be placed on injured reserve and will miss at least the Seahawks' next three games. Carson will also join WIlson on IR meaning the majority of the Seahawks' carries will go to Alex Collins, who has run for 91 yards and a touchdown on 25 carries over the past two games. Collins scored a receiving touchdown against the Steelers as a member of the Ravens in Week 4 of the 2018 season. 

Smith-Schuster will not return to the field this season after undergoing season-ending shoulder surgery earlier this week. Pittsburgh received good news in the form of linebacker Devin Bush (groin) and receivers Chase Claypool (hamstring) and James Washington (groin). Bush was a full participant all week after suffering his injury during last Sunday's win over the Broncos. Claypool and Washington were full participants on Friday after being limited earlier in the week. 

Buffalo Bills at Tennessee Titans

The Bills did not give any player a game designation for Monday night. After being limited in practice Thursday and Friday, linebacker Matt Milano was a full participant in practice Saturday and is ready to go. 

The Titans delivered bad news to their fans Saturday, as their best corner in Fulton will be out Monday night. He will certainly be missed as Tennessee attempts to stop Buffalo's potent passing attack. Rogers, who has stepped up at times for the Titans at receiver, is questionable after being limited in practice on Saturday. At least Julio Jones and A.J. Brown are back.  

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Jack Wills

British clothing brand

For the British trade union leader, see Jack Wills (trade unionist).

Jack Wills is a British clothing brand founded in Salcombe, Devon, in 1999.

History[edit]

Peter Williams and Robert Shaw founded the brand in 1999.[2][3] Williams was 23 when the first store opened at 22 Fore Street, Salcombe, and it was created with £40,000 – the founders slept above the shop.[4] The brand was named after one of the co-founders' grandparents.[5]

In an interview with the Financial Times, Williams said: "When I started thinking about a premium brand I dredged up this vision of what I remembered in Salcombe. I thought, 'What if I could create a brand that could bottle what being at a British university was all about and all the cool amazing stuff that goes with that?' It's such a uniquely cherished part of your life. I thought if you could create a brand that epitomised that it would be very compelling."[4]

The brand was a success, with a second store being opened in Fulham, London, in October the same year. The store was ram-raided and was closed down, but a further store was opened in Aldeburgh, Suffolk. As the business grew, Jack Wills stores were opened in places with universities or private schools, such as Eton, Oxford, Winchester and St Andrews.

Originally, it was heavily marketed towards university students, using the slogan and trademark "University Outfitters" to reflect the inspiration behind the brand.[6]

In 2007 the brand was partly owned by Jack Wills Ltd, a private limited company registered in the UK, while a 27% stake was held by the private equity firm Inflexion after an investment deal.[7] In 2011, the company was valued at £140 million, of which co-founders Williams and Shaw held a 52% stake and 21% stake, respectively.[citation needed]

In 2012, Williams debuted on the Sunday Times Rich List, coming in at number 370, with an estimated worth of £200 million ($326 million).[8] In May 2013, Williams announced he was stepping aside as CEO to become a non-executive director. Former chief marketing officer of Vodafone, Wendy Becker, was appointed as CEO soon afterwards.[9]

In February 2014, it was announced that fashion designer Richard Nicoll was to become the new creative director of Jack Wills,[10] to come into effect Spring 2015. As of 2015, Williams was reinstated as working CEO on the board after the departure of Becker. Richard Nicoll also parted ways with the company amicably in autumn 2015.

In October 2016, Williams and private equity firm BlueGem became the joint owners, after long-standing investor Inflexion left after nine years.[11]

Jack Wills collapsed into administration with debts of £100 million in August 2019.[12]Sports Direct acquired the business for a sum in the region of £12.8 million, significantly less than its 2011 value.[13]

Stores[edit]

Since the first store opened in Salcombe, Jack Wills stores have opened across the United Kingdom and internationally. There are currently (as of September 2016) approximately 70 stores in the UK, including eight in London, four in Scotland (Edinburgh, St Andrews, Aberdeen and Glasgow), two in Wales (Abersoch and Cardiff), two in the Channel Islands (St Peter Port and St Helier), and one in Northern Ireland (Belfast). There are also eight outlet stores across the UK; Gunwharf Quays in Portsmouth, Banbridge in Northern Ireland, Bicester, Halifax, Cheshire Oaks, Street, Somerset, Swindon and Wembley in London. In the Republic of Ireland there is also a Jack Wills outlet store in the Kildare Outlet Village, close to Dublin, even though sales of the brand continue to drop in Ireland.

The most recent store to open in the UK is in Marlborough, Wiltshire.

In December 2011, Jack Wills debut in Hong Kong with the launch of two stores, in Leighton Centre at Causeway Bay and in Harbour City mall at Kowloon.[14] In November 2014, Jack Wills launched its first store in Singapore at Raffles City Shopping Centre[15] with an opening party.[16]

Products[edit]

Jack Wills' products are branded with the signature logo of a pheasant with a top hat and walking stick. The company publishes "Handbooks", which are released four times a year for each new season. The handbook is a signature print catalogue for the brand, showcasing the campaign shoots alongside editorial work and products available for the new season. Jack Wills clothing ranges from traditional British formal wear and tailoring, such as shirts, tweed jacket sand blazers, to more contemporary casual clothing: hooded tops, sweatpants, t-shirts and polo shirts.

Marketing[edit]

The brand's ranges are given a ‘private school’ and ‘preppy’ branding,[17] as the Jack Wills pricing strategy means the clothes may not be considered affordable to everyone. Jack Wills feature sports-oriented, collegiate branding, for example apparel relating to polo, rugby, and also rowing, such as the J.W.R.C (Jack Wills Rowing Club). Jack Wills' "University Outfitters" title reflects its target market: university students. However, the label is popular in both Secondary schools and colleges. The brand does not use a conventional advertising model, instead relying on word of mouth viral marketing.[18] This is often stimulated by the events they hold such as the Jack Wills Varsity Polo, JW Unsigned and JW Seasonnaires. In April 2011, the ASA upheld complaints about the Jack Wills 2011 Spring Term handbook. The handbook contained some controversial images of young adults in a state of undress. In their ruling, the ASA said that "we concluded that the catalogue was sufficiently provocative as to present a risk to younger teenagers."[19]

Aubin and Wills[edit]

Aubin & Wills was launched by Jack Wills in September 2008 as a sister brand, aimed at customers, aged 25 and up. Its slogan was "Modern British design inspired by the past living in the present". In November 2012, Jack Wills announced the decision to terminate the Aubin & Wills brand to concentrate on the global growth of the principal brand, with all trading ceasing by January 2013.[20]

The Aubin Gallery and Cinema[edit]

On 20 May 2010, the Aubin Gallery[21] was launched, situated on the top floor of the Shoreditch store curated by British artist Stuart Semple. The gallery's primary focus has been to provide a platform for a new international artists and curators. Since 2010 the program has showcased the works of Tom Ormond, Piers Secunda, The Girls, Alana Lake, Alex Bunn, Sarah Maple, Adham Faramawy, James Howard, NERO and Yasam Sasmazer, among others. The 7,500 sq ft (700 m2) concept space also includes The Aubin Cinema which is run in collaboration with the members' club Shoreditch House.[22]

References[edit]

  1. ^ abc"Jack Wills Financial Review 2007–2010"(PDF). Retail Knowledge Bank. Retrieved 28 April 2010.
  2. ^Vernon, Polly (9 May 2010). "Jack Wills: The Sloane Ranger Rides Again". The Observer. Retrieved 19 September 2014.
  3. ^Bergin, Olivia (31 March 2010). "Jack Wills to open flagship store in Covent Garden". The Daily Telegraph. London. Archived from the original on 6 April 2010. Retrieved 5 May 2010.
  4. ^ abKuchler, Hannah (31 May 2010). "Business Diary: Peter Williams, Jack Wills". Financial Times. Retrieved 19 September 2014.
  5. ^"Fast Track 100: 63 Jack Wills". Fast Track in assoc with Sunday Times. Archived from the original on 14 July 2014. Retrieved 19 September 2014.
  6. ^"Jack Wills Jobs". Jackwills.com. Archived from the original on 7 January 2014. Retrieved 12 May 2010.
  7. ^"Inflextion portfolio – Jack Wills". Inflexion.com. Archived from the original on 29 October 2013. Retrieved 16 March 2017.
  8. ^Conti, Samantha (30 April 2012). "Fashion Figures Make London Rich List 2012". Women's Wear Daily. Retrieved 16 March 2017.
  9. ^Harrison, Nicola (9 October 2013). "Jack Wills appoints Wendy Becker as its chief executive". Retail-week.com. Retrieved 16 March 2017.
  10. ^Alexander, Ella (19 February 2014). "Richard Nicoll Named Jack Wills Creative Director | British Vogue". Vogue. UK. Retrieved 16 March 2017.
  11. ^Marlow, Ben (1 October 2016). "Liberty owner in Jack Wills buyout with chain's founder". The Daily Telegraph. Retrieved 16 March 2017.
  12. ^"Not in the pink anymore: Jack Wills collapse leaves creditors out of pocket". City AM. 8 September 2019. Retrieved 24 March 2020.
  13. ^"Sports Direct shuts eight Jack Wills shops in UK with others vulnerable". The Irish Times. Retrieved 28 February 2021.
  14. ^"Jack Wills debuts in Hong Kong". FashionUnited. 28 November 2011. Retrieved 8 November 2016.
  15. ^Gallezo-Estaura, Krisana (10 December 2014). "Jack Wills opens its first store in Singapore". Singapore Business Review. Retrieved 8 November 2016.
  16. ^Rafael, Herbert (9 November 2014). "Jack Wills debuts in Singapore". WardrobeTrendsFashion. Retrieved 8 November 2016.
  17. ^Ashworth, Anne (27 July 2007). "Sloane summer essentials". The Times. London. Retrieved 5 May 2010.
  18. ^[1]Archived 10 April 2011 at the Wayback Machine
  19. ^"Campaign Mag Website". Campaignlive.co.uk. Retrieved 21 November 2011.
  20. ^Bergin, Olivia (23 October 2012). "Victoria's Secret News". The Daily Telegraph. London.
  21. ^[2]Archived 9 May 2010 at the Wayback Machine
  22. ^"The Aubin Gallery". First Thursdays, Time Out. Archived from the original on 7 June 2010. Retrieved 20 May 2010.

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'Take my money' - Coventry City fans all saying the same thing about new third kit

Coventry City have unveiled their new third kit for the remainder of the 2021/22 Championship campaign.

Hummel, the manufacturer, have produced a 2 Tone-themed strip, in recognition of the city's musical and cultural influence.

The Sky Blues said: "The bespoke, new 2 Tone kit incorporates the famous ‘tramlines’ which featured in Coventry City kits in the late 1970s – including in 1979, when The Specials released their first LP – but now with the distinctive checkerboard design closely associated with the 2 Tone era.

"The 2 Tone music movement originated in Coventry, fusing traditional ska and reggae with musical elements of punk rock and new wave music – and was made famous by bands including Coventry’s The Specials and The Selecter, plus Madness, The Beat, Bad Manners and others."

The club added: "The Hummel shoulder chevrons are black, while the black and white monotone Coventry City crest is on the chest alongside the Hummel logo. Meanwhile, ‘Sky Blues’ is on the rear of the shirt and the words ‘While We Sing Together’ are shown on the in the inside of the shirt."

Coventry City chief executive Dave Boddy said: “We’re delighted to unveil the new third kit for the 2021/22 season.

“Including 2 Tone again but now in the style of our famous tramline kits from that same era will hopefully be a winning combination and create another iconic kit design for Sky Blues supporters to enjoy.

“2 Tone music was and remains iconic locally and nationally, and is an important part of Coventry’s history – it is appropriate that we wear this kit during the season that we return to the City and that our community celebrates being City of Culture.

“The kit is available to purchase now in the Club Shop at the Coventry Building Society Arena or online at ccfcstore.com."

Sky Blues fans appeared impressed with the new third kit, taking to social media to give their reaction.

"BEAUTIFUL SHIRT," one supporter said on Twitter.

"I think we can forget about last night now, as Hummel have pulled it out the bag again. Really like that the betting slogan has been removed too. Take my money," another added.

A third fan posted: "Hummel have done it again!!"

Here is the rest of the reaction...

Mike Smith: "Saturday take my money... Hopefully the shop has some stock?!"

Skye: "Damn, I guess she might be coming home after all."

Sky Blue: "Will definitely be purchasing this."

Sofcell: "Brilliant."

Bobby Goodyer: "Take my money."

Jack Wills: "Yeah, don't mind a bit of that do we?"

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Tommo: "Wow!"

Alexander: "This is beautiful. I shall buy 12!"

Mark: "It's the 70's admiral kit and our 2 tone kit rolled into one."

KM Sports: "The Coventry City 2 tone legacy continues."

Swedish House: "They've only gone and done it again."

Nathan: "Unreal that."

Jonny Prevc: "Just come out of the shop with mine, absolute belter of a kit."

Andrew Malcolmson: "Smart design. Love Hummel."

Replica shirts are available from infants to 5XL sizes and can be purchased from the club's store and official website.

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