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Tynan added: "This category particularly stood out to Coventry City Football Club because of our commitment and desire to bring through the next generation of sporting talent.
Although ACL insists the club can play their final three matches at the Ricoh, the club claimed yesterday that they are unable to do so after "nontrading subsidiary" Coventry City Football Club Limited was voluntarily placed into administration.
It was confirmed on Thursday that Coventry City Football Club Limited had gone into administration.
The non-filing of late accounts for Coventry City Football Club (Holdings) Ltd comes as accounts for another company - Sky Blue Sports & Leisure Ltd - were submitted to Companies House to meet the October 30 final deadline under threat of prosecution.
Cash-strapped Coventry City Football Club is on the verge of going into administration after the board announced it had filed papers with the courts in a bid to secure its future.
The documents, published on Mr Ainsworth's website, underline that several key assets were under the control of Coventry City Football Club Ltd rather than Coventry City Holdings Ltd when the former was placed into administration in March.
Mark Robinson (Ricoh UK), Paul Fletcher (chief executive of the Ricoh Arena) and Coventry City manager Micky Adams; Takahisa Yokoo (managing director of Ricoh UK Ltd), signs the sponsorship deal with Paul Fletcher (chief executive of the Ricoh Arena; Alastair McCormick, Nigel Palmer and Rick Hewitt of Ricoh UK Ltd; Councillor Ken Taylor (leader of Coventry City Council), John McGuigan (director of the City Development Directorate at Coventry City Council) and Councillor John Mutton (Coventry Labour leader; Members of the Ricoh Arena's Community Liaison Group, June Jeffrey, Sheila Bates (chair), Ann Cooper and Ann McCurry; Coventry City Football Club chairman Mike McGinnity with Sky Sports presenter and lifelong Coventry fan Richard Keyes
The documents - letters from other clubs relating to transfers of players in and out of the club - appear to provide more evidence that between 2006 and 2010 players had been registered in Coventry City Football Club Limited - not CCFC Holdings as the club has repeatedly insisted.