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City Manager's Reading Press Conference

Steve Cotterill met the local and national media ahead of Saturday's Sky Bet Championship against Reading at Ashton Gate. 

Here's a brief summary of what he had to say... 

- No further update on Nathan Baker's back injury 

- Wes Burns should be okay for the weekend after a thigh problem 

- Cotterill says Reading are a dangerous team, even with Orlanda Sa missing 

- "Any team that puts five past Ipswich are going to be good," adds the manager 

- Cotterill reveals Frank Fielding is using a translation app with striker room-mate Jonathan Kodjia to help him settle 

- City boss is pleased with how his "League One team is coping with the step up to the Championship"

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