Sky Blue favourite Claus Bech Jorgensen is to take up a new appointment consistent with his affection for all things Sky Blue! As well as running his Warwick based business Unique Floorcare, being a CCFPA committee member and taking the time to become the Association’s first ‘special guest’ of the season at the glorious ‘Ricoh Return’ game on the evening of Friday 5th September 2014, CBJ has rejoined the Sky Blues!
Claus has agreed to become a coach (part-time) at the Sky Blue Academy taking special responsibility for the Under 14 age group (though he will help out in the other age cohorts as necessary). Claus will be offering his time to the Club on three nights a week and Sunday mornings. He will be looking, not only to help the Sky Blues Academy develop its already great reputation in providing an essential conveyor belt of young talent from youth football all the way to League Football, but also to enhance the link between the Club’s younger players and their veterans, passing on essential skills, knowledge and insight.
CBJ will be remembered as a combative forward who came from Bradford City in August 2003. An international for the Faroe Islands, Claus clocked up over 60 appearances for the Sky Blues scoring six times. He moved to Blackpool in 2006 and thence to Port Vale. CBJ’s attendance at the first game back at the Arena last month was particularly appropriate as he was the Sky Blues’ first ever scorer at the Club’s first ever game at the Ricoh against QPR in August 2005.
Good luck to Claus in his new role!