Banner image

Author

Ed Lewis

Ed Lewis writes

Posted Friday, April 20th 2018

Media Watch - April 20th

Here's a round-up of the latest online and newspaper media coverage about City.

HITC and the Bristol Post believe City will make Norwich City midfielder Marley Watkins their first recruit of the summer transfer window.

HITC suggest the club are also lining up a summer swoop for Portsmouth’s Matt Clarke.

The Post writes that the Pompey defender is also on the radar of Wolves, Hull City, Reading, Brighton and Watford.

When quizzed about his future at the pre-Hull City press conference, Bobby Reid told the Post that he’s “here to stay at Bristol City.”

In his weekly column for the Post, Leroy Rosenior believes Bobby Reid and Joe Bryan need another year in the second tier of English football.

Newport County manager Michael Flynn has confirmed that City loanee Shawn McCoulsky will not play for the Welsh side again having been diagnosed with pericarditis, as reported by the Post.

Finally, Lee Johnson has emerged as a favourite with the bookmakers to take charge at West Brom. However, former City boss Derek McIness remains the most likely to move to the Hawthorns, as the Post and Birmingham Mail highlights. 

These stories have been reproduced from today's media. It does not necessarily represent the position of Bristol City FC.

Related News

Media Watch - April 19th

Media Watch - April 19th

Posted: Thursday, April 19th 2018

Media Watch - April 18th

Media Watch - April 18th

Posted: Wednesday, April 18th 2018

Media Watch - April 17th

Media Watch - April 17th

Posted: Tuesday, April 17th 2018

Media Watch - April 16th

Media Watch - April 16th

Posted: Monday, April 16th 2018

Latest News

FIT ROBINS is back!

FIT ROBINS is back!

Posted: Saturday, May 15th 2021

Probert proud of Academy’s progress

Probert proud of Academy’s progress

Posted: Friday, May 14th 2021

Gallery: Young Robins beaten by Blues

Gallery: Young Robins beaten by Blues

Posted: Friday, May 14th 2021

Report: Bristol City U23s 1-2 Birmingham City U23s (AET)

Report: Bristol City U23s 1-2 Birmingham City U23s (AET)

Posted: Friday, May 14th 2021

Also from Bristol Sport

Team news: Bristol Bears vs Gloucester Rugby
Rugby icon

Team news: Bristol Bears vs Gloucester Rugby

Fans will return to Ashton Gate for the first time since March 2020 when Bears host Gloucester on Monday (7.45pm KO).

Posted: Sunday, May 16th 2021 • Rugby

Ashton Gate Named As National League Promotion Final Venue
Football icon

Ashton Gate Named As National League Promotion Final Venue

Ashton Gate Stadium has been named as the venue for the National League’s Vanarama Promotion Final on Sunday, June 20th.

Posted: Friday, May 14th 2021 • Football

South Stand Sponsor Xledger Supports Frontline Staff At Ashton Gate Vaccination Centre
Bristol Sport icon

South Stand Sponsor Xledger Supports Frontline Staff At Ashton Gate Vaccination Centre

South stand sponsor Xledger were today handing out lunches to NHS workers at Ashton Gate to celebrate more than a hundred thousand vaccines to the Bristol community.

Posted: Friday, May 14th 2021 • Bristol Sport

Talking points: Gloucester Rugby (h) - Gallagher Premiership
Rugby icon

Talking points: Gloucester Rugby (h) - Gallagher Premiership

Check out they key talking points from this week's media session, as Director of Rugby, Pat Lam previewed the Gallagher Premiership R19 clash with Gloucester Rugby at Ashton Gate.

Posted: Friday, May 14th 2021 • Rugby

Ward determined to make an impact on his return to the West Country
Rugby icon

Ward determined to make an impact on his return to the West Country

Bristol Bears Women will have a new man at the helm for the 2021/22 Allianz Premier 15s campaign in Head Coach Dave Ward.

Posted: Friday, May 14th 2021 • Rugby