Media Watch - January 17th
Posted: Wednesday, January 17th 2018
Friday, January 19th 2018
Here's a round-up of the latest online and newspaper media coverage about City.
In his latest Bristol Post column, former City striker Leroy Rosenior has heaped praise on new recruits Liam Walsh (Everton, permanent) and Ryan Kent (Liverpool, loan). He gives full credit to the squad as it goes through what he describes, in terms of a tough run of fixtures, as "certainly the toughest I can remember."
West Brom had been linked with City defender Aden Flint but the Post reports that the club is now looking elsewhere, as they expect Jonny Evans to depart amid reported interest from Arsenal and Manchester City.
Midfielder Joe Ledley has returned to training following a back injury and could feature in tonight's clash with the Robins, writes the Derby Telegraph.
New Derby striker Cameron Jerome is eyeing his debut against Bristol City tonight, BT Sport reports.
And Plymouth Argyle boss Derek Adams says he is delighted after completing the loan signing of defender Zak Vyner, whose temporary move was confirmed yesterday.
These stories have been reproduced from today's media. It does not necessarily represent the position of Bristol City FC.
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