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Monday's Press Talk

Posted: Mon 10 Dec 2012
Author: Connor Dicks
A round-up of media stories

A round-up of media stories

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Latest round-up of news from the media.

Derek McInnes spoke of his sheer elation at the final whistle after seeing his Bristol City team come from behind to snatch a crucial 3-2 victory against fellow strugglers Sheffield Wednesday at Hillsborough. City twice fell behind, but came back on each occasion to level matters through two Sam Baldock penalties, before Albert Adomah netted a glorious late winner direct from a free-kick.

Albert Adomah scored a dramatic late winner as Bristol City completed an amazing come-from-behind victory over fellow strugglers Sheffield Wednesday at Hillsborough. The Ghana winger beat former England keeper Chris Kirkland direct from a free kick to relieve the pressure on Robins boss Derek McInnes and make it seven straight defeats for the Owls.

Bristol City boss Derek McInnes felt referee Andre Marriner had made the right decision by disallowing a late Sheffield Wednesday goal that saw his side leave Hillsborough with a 3-2 victory. Marriner chalked off what seemed to be a late Gary Madine equaliser for the hosts in a farcial sequence of events.

Bristol City mounted a sterling late response to beat Sheffield Wednesday in the battle of the npower Championship strugglers which leaves Owls boss Dave Jones clinging on to his job.

Sheffield Wednesday manager Dave Jones has branded Miguel Llera "stupid" after he appeared to manhandle referee Andre Marriner in their 3-2 defeat to Bristol City at Hillsborough.

Dave Jones’ players are doing his chances of staying as Sheffield Wednesday boss no good ­at all. Miguel Llera and Gary Madine went from heroes to villains in a crazy game in which Albert Adomah inflicted the late hammer blow.

Dave Jones' Sheffield Wednesday were denied an injury-time leveller when ref Andre Marriner stopped the gamebecause Wednesday sub Rodri was complaining too much! Wednesday had carried on despite Rodri’s penalty claims, with Gary Madine putting the ball in the net only for play to be pulled back.

Robins hero Albert Adomah felt like he’d won the lottery with his sensational winner. Adomah’s late 25-yarder clinched only City’s second win in 15 games and hoisted them out of the bottom three.

Ghana winger Albert Adomah scored late to claim a priceless 3-2 away victory for struggling Bristol City over Sheffield Wednesday in the English Npower Championship on Saturday. The Robins fought twice from behind to peck the scoring 2-2 before Adomah claimed for City their only fifth win of the season at the Hillsborough Stadium.