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Posted Friday, April 27th 2018

Media Watch - April 27th

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

There's praise for City striker Famara Diédhiou, who BristolLive believe will be the club's next 20-goal per season player.

Meanwhile, The Guardian focus on the club's current top scorer Bobby Reid, including chats with Academy staff about the homegrown product.

BristolLive also looks at City's recruitment setup, with an interview it conducted with Bristol City CEO Mark Ashton back in October.

Sky Sports presenter Michelle Owen, writing for BristolLive, says City do not deserve to be in the play-offs, based on recent form. It remains the club's aim with two games of the season remaining, starting with Saturday's trip to Nottingham Forest.

City's Under-23s take on Barnsley's Academy side at Failand this afternoon for their final league game of the season. Here's the preview from Barnsley's official website.

And 21-year-old central midfielder Joe Morrell will return to Ashton Gate following his loan spell with Cheltenham Town, with his sights set firmly on breaking into the City first team, writes GloucestershireLive.

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

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