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Posted Wednesday, December 20th 2017

Media Watch - December 20th

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

Lee Johnson reveals to BBC Sport he has stumped up £450 for a bottle of red to treat opposition boss José Mourinho in BS3 tonight.

Aden Flint discusses his journey from digging up the road to potentially shackling Zlatan Ibrahimovic at Ashton Gate tonight in a chat with the Guardian.

Steve Lansdown has been chatting about the big Carabao Cup tie with ITV West Country. The City owner also talks about the business benefits of having Manchester United in town. The City owner has also spoken to the Daily Mail about Lee Johnson.

The Bristol Post takes a detailed look into Lee Johnson's coaching attributes ahead of his meeting with José Mourinho's men tonight.

Several reports suggest Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho admits he could hand recall to out-of-favour Henrikh Mkhitaryan. This includes the Independent, BBC Sport and Sky Sports.

Meanwhile, Josh Brownhill has been speaking to the Express and EFL website about his own personal link to the Red Devils, having come through their Academy setup.

Former footballer Gregor Robertson spent time in the City camp recently and writes about his experience in The Times.

Further afield The National online takes a closer look at assistant head coach Dean Holden's career to date.

Finally, Tony Robinson and Andrew Cole have been giving their predictions for the big game.

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

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