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Lee Johnson: From Cup Winning Midfielder to Giant Slaying Manager

At just 36 years of age, Lee Johnson has already made a name for himself both as a player and as a manager. He spent 13 years playing for teams such as Brighton, Bristol City and Hearts before turning his attention to management and success in the dugout soon followed. 574 more words

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Bristol City FC - February

With City starting the year with a patchy start they looked to produce a strong February in hopes of cementing their play off place. They began the month away to Championship strugglers Bolton who were in dire need of points to help their relegation battle. 836 more words

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What is the Bigger Picture - Bristol City

Opinions, opinions, opinions. Everyone has one and it seems Bristol City fans are struggling to find a middle ground. It is very easy to see why there’s huge disappointment amongst fans after the extraordinary Carabao Cup run and exceptional Championship form pre-Christmas to the team looking bereft of ideas in 2018. 1,025 more words

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The Championship- Who’s going up?

Another enthralling Championship season is coming to an end. One of the most competitive leagues in Europe has once again provided an action-packed season, and there is still a lot more to come. 1,104 more words

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MATCH REPORT: Sheffield Wednesday Under-23's V Bristol City Under-23's

Sheffield Wednesday’s Under-23’s maintained their quest to secure a second straight PDL2 North title, moving back to the top of the table with a hard-fought 2-1 win over Bristol City at Hillsborough this lunchtime.  585 more words

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Match Review- Bristol City (A)

I didn’t want to talk about Bristol’s record against us in my last post. Stating stats like that normally comes back to haunt you. This was the case last night. 804 more words

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Bristol City (A) Preview

I am sure all of us Bluenoses will have fond memories of playing Bristol City away after last years scenes. We went there needing to win for survival and the rest is history. 782 more words

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