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Posted Saturday, December 23rd 2017

Media Watch - December 23rd/24th/25th

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

Ian Holloway calls for video replays in the aftermath of City's 1-1 draw with his QPR side at Loftus Road in the Sky Bet Championship, according the West London Sport.

The fallout of the penalty decision that allowed Bobby Reid to equalise at QPR is discussed by former City loanee Matt Smith with West London Sport.

But the same paper quotes City boss Lee Johnson as saying his side should have had "two or three" penalties in W12.

Aden Flint brushes off transfer talk about himself and Joe Bryan to focus on City's own promotion bid, reports the Bristol Post.

North of the border, the Sunday Post speak to kitman Scott Murray about the aftermath of Wednesday's incredible win over Manchester United, as well as his love for Aberdeen

Staying on the United theme, Flint reveals he was playing snooker to relax the day after the Carabao Cup win, telling the Bristol Post it was "just a normal day".

Elsewhere on the United front, the Bristol Post features a song written by a City supporter for José Mourinho.

BBC Sport takes a look at how sport is spreading cheer this Christmas - and City's Jamie Paterson features.

The Bristol Post looks further ahead, discussing the reason behind the late kick-off at Aston Villa on New Year's Day.

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

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