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Posted Monday, April 2nd 2018

Media Watch - April 2nd

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

Lee Johnson has suggested that he could make changes for his side’s Easter Monday encounter with Brentford, as reported by the Bristol Post.

The Post features comments from Josh Brownhill’s post-Barnsley interview with BCTV, where the 22-year-old expressed his confidence of a great show against the Bees.

Since arriving from Derry City, Rory Holden is thoroughly enjoying his time at Ashton Gate, as the Post writes.

The72 believes Scott Golbourne - currently on loan at MK Dons - will depart Ashton Gate in the summer.

The Football League World is of the understanding that Burnley, West Ham and Brighton & Hove Albion could pursue the services of Aden Flint upon the season's conclusion.

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

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