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Posted Monday, May 20th 2019

Johnson on Sound of the City

Lee Johnson will be a special guest on BBC Radio Bristol’s Sound of the City this evening (Monday).

The head coach will join Geoff Twentyman in the BBC studio between 6-7pm to discuss City’s 2018/19 campaign - the club’s highest league finish for 11 years.

Fans can call into the show to ask questions on 0345 900 5949 or text 81333 starting your message with the word ‘Twentyman’.

BBC Radio Bristol is available via 94.9FM, 104.6FM, DAB and online via the BBC Bristol website.

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