Media Watch - January 26th
Posted: Friday, January 26th 2018
Sunday, January 28th 2018
Here's a round-up of the latest online and newspaper media coverage about City.
The Bristol Post, Sky Sports and BBC Sport all report on City’s 2-0 win over QPR at Ashton Gate, secured thanks to goals from Famara Diédhiou and Joe Bryan.
It wasn’t a happy return to Bristol for Ian Holloway. The ex-Bristol Rovers boss saw his QPR beaten by ten-man City and afterwards he told Get West London that he needs to “take a good look at himself”, before adding to West London Sport that it as his “most disappointing result”.
Lee Johnson has been speaking to the Bristol Post about Nathan Baker’s red card in the first half of the win and what he plans to do next.
With the transfer window set to close soon, Lee Johnson has told BBC Sport that it would take “stupid money” to see any of his star players sold.
Football Insider claims City have made an enquiry about Kilmarnock forward Jordan Jones.
The Sun report that City are looking at Ipswich Town defender Adam Webster as a possible replacement for Aden Flint, should the latter depart Ashton Gate. A fee of £4m is rumoured in the follow-up piece in the East Anglian Daily Times.
Meanwhile, BBC Sport report that new England Women boss Phil Neville was present to witness City Women’s 2-0 defeat at Liverpool.
These stories have been reproduced from today's media. It does not necessarily represent the position of Bristol City FC.
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