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Coventry City Boss Reveals Length Of Time Out For Influential Midfield Star

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A crucial member of Coventry City’s season thus far has received an update from Mark Robins ahead of their FA Cup fourth-round replay against Sheffield Wednesday.

He attended West Ham United’s academy and continued his education at Arsenal. He spent the first few years of his career on loan with Doncaster Rovers and Stevenage. He signed a long-term contract with the club in 2020 after being sent to Coventry under the same arrangement.

Given that his current contract expires in 2026, Robins will need to keep making changes to his side. They eventually experienced a loss against Norwich City this past weekend, which caused them to fall out of the postseason picture after an incredible run of 12 games without a loss.

The FA Cup matchup against a team they defeated in the league two weeks prior, which resulted in a 1-1 draw forcing a replay, will take precedence for the time being.

After a sluggish start, Mark Robins has helped Coventry City get into a very favorable position. Their disappointment at not winning the Championship Playoff Final the previous year will only fuel their desire for more. Ben Sheaf’s return will be necessary, but the team will be cautious not to rush him back and won’t feel pressured if things keep going well. When he does return, though, it might serve as a launching pad for even greater success.

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