They do all the great Got, Not Got series
and plenty of other retro sports titles.
This Saturday, 25 November, Sky Blues fans at the Crawley Town match have a chance to meet players from the famous 1980/81 squad. Go along to the casino before the match, where 29 Minutes from Wembley author Steve Phelps will be chatting with fans and signing copies along with five stars of the era. Then you can drop by Lady Godiva's after the match and get Garry Thompson to sign your other arm!
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On 10 February 1981 Coventry City stood 29 minutes from Wembley in the League Cup semi-final second leg at West Ham United's Upton Park. Victories over Manchester United, Brighton and Hove Albion, Cambridge United and Watford had taken Gordon Milne's side to the first semi-final in the club's 97-year history. City's youngsters missed out on a trip to Wembley in the cruellest of circumstances after a fantastic first leg at Highfield Road in front of 36,000 fans.
29 Minutes from Wembley: The Inside Story of Coventry City's 1980/81 Season features exclusive interviews with players, management, supporters and opposition stars. Contemporary media reports appear alongside memories and retrospectives to recall a wonderful time in Sky Blue history, the team's age averaging just 21.
By the summer of 1983 the majority had left the club; here, they tell their individual stories of their time at Coventry City, a club still close to their hearts after all these years. Just how good could that team have been?
For the first time, the cast of 1980/81 are reunited to tell their stories:
Click here for more information, or to read a sample from 29 Minutes from Wembley.