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Footballer Larry Lloyd. Coventry City FC Team photo shoot. 23rd August 1976
Footballer Larry Lloyd. Coventry City FC Team photo shoot. 23rd August 1976
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155711A-5.jpg Coventry City v Stoke City at the Victoria Ground ended in a 0-1 win
155711A-5.jpg Coventry City v Stoke City at the Victoria Ground ended in a 0-1 win
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Stuart Pearce looks capable of making the sparks fly in more ways than one
Stuart Pearce looks capable of making the sparks fly in more ways than one
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Stella Mae from the English Dance Theatre puts Sam Allardyce and the rest of the City'
Stella Mae from the English Dance Theatre puts Sam Allardyce and the rest of the City'
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Stella Mae from the English Dance Theatre puts some of the City'
Stella Mae from the English Dance Theatre puts some of the City'
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Coventry City v Derby County, FA Cup 4th round, final score 0-0. 27th January 1974
Coventry City v Derby County, FA Cup 4th round, final score 0-0. 27th January 1974
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Stuart Pearce(left) and Ian Butterworth collect their boots from the training ground
Stuart Pearce(left) and Ian Butterworth collect their boots from the training ground
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Cyrille Regis was presented with the England International cap before the start of
Cyrille Regis was presented with the England International cap before the start of
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Coventry City footballer Andy Blair. 30th August 1980
Coventry City footballer Andy Blair. 30th August 1980
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Coventry City v Wolves. The final score was a 3-1 win for the Sky Blues at the Highfield
Coventry City v Wolves. The final score was a 3-1 win for the Sky Blues at the Highfield
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Coventry City v Bolton Wanderers in the FA Cup 3rd round
Coventry City v Bolton Wanderers in the FA Cup 3rd round
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Coventry City v Bolton. FA Cup 3rd round. The final score was 3-0 to the Sky Blues
Coventry City v Bolton. FA Cup 3rd round. The final score was 3-0 to the Sky Blues
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Stuart Pearce looks capable of making the sparks fly in more ways than one Featured Image

Stuart Pearce looks capable of making the sparks fly in more ways than one

Stuart Pearce looks capable of making the sparks fly in more ways than one. Here is is pictured with his landlady Stella Rogers, mending her toaster. On the field this 21- year-old from Shepherds Bush is already emerging as the discovery of the season after his remark-able jump from non-League football to the First Division. Off the field he is a qualified electrician who during a three-year apprenticeship made a few unusual discoveries of his own. Like a dead rat at the back of a cooker. "We had been called in because the cooker was not working and for a time could not fathom out what was wrong. Then when we moved the cooker we found a dead rat at the back of it. The rat had bitten through one of the electric cables killing itself and putting the cooker out of action," recalls Pearce. But for the dramatic intervention of Coventry City manager Bobby Gould young Pearce could still be making finds such as that. Gould plucked him from the obscurity of non-League soccer at Wealdstone and his job with Brent council to offer him full-time employment as a professional footballer for the Sky Blues. And in his first three matches for City left-back Pearce has shown the sort of ability and quality which had had everyone asking how he could have been hidden for as long in non-League football. Pearce supplies the answer. "I always fancied being a full-time professional but I wanted to make sure I qualified for another trade first. "Now I'm even more pleased that I didn't go straight into football at 16 because I think I've learned more about life. "When I left school I took a job in a warehouse as a casual labourer where I spent most of my time humping packages and boxes about. But it was a job where you had to clock in and if you were late your pay was docked. That teaches you a thing or two about disciplining yourself. "During this time my sister Pamela suggested to me that I should go on a day-release course to the technical college. "I took her advice and studied to become an electrician. My brother Ray was an electrician with Brent council and I think that was what prompted me to do the same. "After a year I left my job in the warehouse and took an apprenticeship with the council working with my brother. "I eventually qualified as an electrician but took an extra course which brought me up to technician grade. Now I feel I have something to fall back on if things should go wrong from a footballing point of view. "My ambition however is to make a success of it as a footballer and hopefully earn enough money from the game to start a business of my own when I finish as a player." It is that sort of sound, commonsense reasoning which stamps Pearce as the sort of young man who knows what he is doing and where he is going. In a soccer sense many experts are already predicting he will be going all the way to the top. Wealdstone manager Allan Batsford is as certain of it that he negotiated an extra ¿25,000 on the transfer fee with the Sky Blues if Pearce plays for England. And Batsford is confident that City will have to pay that additional ¿25,000 in the not too distant future. Pearce is reluctant to talk of such things however and says: "I didn't class myself as one of the best players in non-League football by a long way. "I could name a good many who could come and do a job in League football if they were given the opportunity. They don't get the chance because a lot of managers think it looks too much of a gamble to sign them. "There is also the financial side of things to consider as well. Top clubs in non-League can often pay their best players around ¿100 a week and most of them have good jobs outside football as well. "Put the two wages together and it puts a lot of non-League players out of the reach of Third and Fourth Division clubs. I certainly could not have turned professional in the lower divisions. "So I'm one of the lucky ones because I've been given a marvellous opportunity. I was happy being a part-tame player and I also enjoyed my job as an electrician but I'm loving it here at Coventry. They are a smashing club and there's a real family atmosphere about the place. I think it will also help my football because although I enjoy being at home I can now concentrate on my new career without any distractions.
"What I have found strange is to have so much time on my hands. I have been used to a 9 to 5 existence but as a footballer you get a lot of time off particularly in the afternoons. I'm sure you can get lazy like that but I like to keep busy and what I intend to do sooner or later is buy a bit of old property in the area and completely renovate it "I prefer to be busy and do something creative in my spare time rather than just laze around." For the moment Pearce is lodging in Coventry with Stella Rogers, who can rest easy in the knowledge that if a fuse blows she has a man around the house more than capable of putting things right. And Gould smilingly suggests that part of Pearce's contract wit

Coventry City's team walks onto the pitch. The Sky Blues went on to win 3-2
Coventry City's team walks onto the pitch. The Sky Blues went on to win 3-2
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Coventry City's players celebrate their 3-2 win against Tottenham Hotspur in the FA
Coventry City's players celebrate their 3-2 win against Tottenham Hotspur in the FA
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Coventry City v Manchester United in the FA Cup 4th round
Coventry City v Manchester United in the FA Cup 4th round
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Coventry City v Sheffield Wednesday in the 6th round of the FA Cup
Coventry City v Sheffield Wednesday in the 6th round of the FA Cup
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Coventry City v Stoke City in the FA Cup 5th round. The final score was 0-1 to the Sky
Coventry City v Stoke City in the FA Cup 5th round. The final score was 0-1 to the Sky
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Coventry City's Keith Houchen scores a spectacular goal
Coventry City's Keith Houchen scores a spectacular goal
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Coventry City's left-back Chris Cattlin in a tackle with Sounthampton'
Coventry City's left-back Chris Cattlin in a tackle with Sounthampton'
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Dave Bennett goes on the attack and leaves Spurs defender Mitchell Thomas grounded
Dave Bennett goes on the attack and leaves Spurs defender Mitchell Thomas grounded
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Dave Bennett (left) and Lloyd McGrath, Coventry City footballers who both broke their
Dave Bennett (left) and Lloyd McGrath, Coventry City footballers who both broke their
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Dave Bennett scores during a match between Coventry City
Dave Bennett scores during a match between Coventry City
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Jimmy Hill is interviewed by the BBC soon after he was released by students as part of
Jimmy Hill is interviewed by the BBC soon after he was released by students as part of
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Jimmy Hill tries his hand at pulling a pint of beer at the official opening of The Rose
Jimmy Hill tries his hand at pulling a pint of beer at the official opening of The Rose
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Coventry City v Sheffield Wednesday in the 6th round of the FA Cup

Coventry City v Sheffield Wednesday in the 6th round of the FA Cup . The final score was 1-3 to the Sky Blues at the Hillsborough Stadium.
Keith Houchen puts in a left-foot shot in the 78th minute, and Lady Luck smiles on the Sky Blues with the ball taking a deflection off Mark Smith to beat the grounded Martin Hodge, leaving Houchen and substitute Steve Sedgley to wheel away in triumph and the new scoreline at 2-1 to the Sky Blues and victory on the horizon.
14th March 1987

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Coventry City win the match against Millwall which ensured they were promoted the next
Coventry City win the match against Millwall which ensured they were promoted the next
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Tommy Hutchison relaxes on the team's coach before they make the trip to Newcastle
Tommy Hutchison relaxes on the team's coach before they make the trip to Newcastle
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Tommy Hutchison signs for Coventry City in his bedroom at the Hotel Leofric on his
Tommy Hutchison signs for Coventry City in his bedroom at the Hotel Leofric on his
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Tommy Hutchison relaxes at home with his children Lynn (9), David (3) and John (6)
Tommy Hutchison relaxes at home with his children Lynn (9), David (3) and John (6)
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Tommy Hutchison, Coventry City's midfielder, gets ready for his 250th league
Tommy Hutchison, Coventry City's midfielder, gets ready for his 250th league
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Steve Ogrizovic shakes hands with Bobby Gould after he signed up for Coventry City
Steve Ogrizovic shakes hands with Bobby Gould after he signed up for Coventry City
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Coventry City footballers enjoyed a golf day at tForest of Arden course
Coventry City footballers enjoyed a golf day at tForest of Arden course
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Coventry City v Aston Villa at Highfield Road. The final score was a 1-0 win to the Sky
Coventry City v Aston Villa at Highfield Road. The final score was a 1-0 win to the Sky
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No way through: Coventry City's Dutch international Martin Jol clears the ball as
No way through: Coventry City's Dutch international Martin Jol clears the ball as
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Taking a breather: new midfield man Martin Jol and Banbury-born Martin Singleton(right
Taking a breather: new midfield man Martin Jol and Banbury-born Martin Singleton(right
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Sky Blues new boy Martin Jol in action. 18th August 1984
Sky Blues new boy Martin Jol in action. 18th August 1984
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Yousef Chippo. 27th July 1999
Yousef Chippo. 27th July 1999
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Tommy Hutchison signs for Coventry City in his bedroom at the Hotel Leofric on his Featured Image

Tommy Hutchison signs for Coventry City in his bedroom at the Hotel Leofric on his

Tommy Hutchison signs for Coventry City in his bedroom at the Hotel Leofric on his arrival from Blackpool. With him ar Joe Mercer, Gordon Milne and Eddie Plumley.
10th October 1972

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Coventry City footballers enjoyed a golf day at tForest of Arden course
Coventry City footballers enjoyed a golf day at tForest of Arden course
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Sky Blues new boys: Martin Jol and Bob Latchford(right) get acquanted after joining
Sky Blues new boys: Martin Jol and Bob Latchford(right) get acquanted after joining
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England football manager Graham Taylor was in Coventry to open the Sky Blues'
England football manager Graham Taylor was in Coventry to open the Sky Blues'
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Moroccan-born Sky Blues player Moustapha Hadji and Manchester United's Nicky Butt
Moroccan-born Sky Blues player Moustapha Hadji and Manchester United's Nicky Butt
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Breaking away: Youssef Chippo is challenged by Robbie Savage
Breaking away: Youssef Chippo is challenged by Robbie Savage
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Steve Bruce finds his way barred by Robert Rosario's elbow during Coventry City'
Steve Bruce finds his way barred by Robert Rosario's elbow during Coventry City'
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Footballer Kevin MacDonald has joined Coventry City FC from Liverpool
Footballer Kevin MacDonald has joined Coventry City FC from Liverpool
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Coventry City v Wolves. Home game win for the Sky Blues. The final score was 3-1
Coventry City v Wolves. Home game win for the Sky Blues. The final score was 3-1
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Bobby Gould welcomes new signing Cyrille Regis to Coventry City with a cup of tea
Bobby Gould welcomes new signing Cyrille Regis to Coventry City with a cup of tea
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Cyrille Regis in action for Coventry City. 3rd February 1990
Cyrille Regis in action for Coventry City. 3rd February 1990
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Portrait of Cyrille Regis, Coventry City Football Club player. 14th August 1990
Portrait of Cyrille Regis, Coventry City Football Club player. 14th August 1990
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Sky Blues manager John Sillett hands the number 9 shirt to Cyrille Regis for tomorrow'
Sky Blues manager John Sillett hands the number 9 shirt to Cyrille Regis for tomorrow'
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