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City Announce Staffing Changes

Bristol City FC have confirmed assistant head coach John Pemberton has been relieved of his duties.

Jamie McAllister has subsequently been promoted to the first-team coaching staff.

The former left-back and 2007 promotion winner rejoined the club last summer and has made a positive start to life as Under-23 coach.

McAllister made 210 appearances for the club in a six-year spell and everyone would like to wish him well in his new role.

Meanwhile, the club also announces head of scouting Des Taylor has left the club.

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