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Posted Tuesday, February 13th 2018

Media Watch - February 13th

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

The Bristol Post understands that Gary O’Neil, Eros Pisano and Callum O’Dowda will return from injury over the next two weeks.

Zak Vyner told The Herald that the start of his loan spell at Plymouth Argyle could hardly have gone much better, after netting the winner against Shrewsbury Town on Saturday.

Leeds United are set to be without a number of key players for Sunday’s televised game due to injuries and suspensions, as highlighted by the Post.

Meanwhile, Football Insider believe January signing Tyler Roberts could be set to make his debut this weekend.

HITC report on the prospect of Ryan Kent coming up against Leeds boss Paul Heckingbottom – a manager he knows well from a previous loan spell at Barnsley.

The Post feature comments made by Mark Ashton in an exclusive interview for Bristol Sport TV, where the chief executive said the club secured the services of their main targets in the January window.

In the same interview, Ashton also confirmed that senior officials are busily making plans for the summer transfer market no matter which division the club are in, as the Post report.

Finally, Gloucestershire Live writes on Jake Andrews not being available for Cheltenham Town this evening as the City loanee celebrates the birth of his first child.

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

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