When Andy Rose signed with League One side Coventry City in January he seemed to be joining a team destined to move into the Championship. The Sky Blues were second in League One and had the best goal-difference at midseason.
But things have not gone quite as planned. Although Rose has found regular playing time -- logging nearly 500 minutes in nine appearances -- Coventry City has fallen to 11th place and at one point had won just two two of 10 matches.
While it's probably too late to make up the five-point gap that separates them from the final promotion playoff spot, Coventry City has turned it around in the past two and Rose has played a significant role. In the two wins, Rose went the full 90 in one and scored the game's only goal Tuesday's 1-0 win over Bradford City. It was Rose's first goal since signing with Coventry City.