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Posted Monday, March 5th 2018

Media Watch - March 5th

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

After his scintillating performance against Sheffield Wednesday, the Football League World highlight three things they have learnt about Bobby Reid this term.

"Sometimes you have to admit that an opponent is stronger than yourselves and that was the case" - these were the words said by Jos Luhukay in the wake of his side's defeat in BS3, as the Bristol Post reports.

Staying with the local media outlet, the Post look at all the key stats behind City's biggest win in the Sky Bet Championship this season.

With Lee Johnson's outfit back into the top six, the Post features comments from rival managers, who have had their say on their side's chances of securing a play-off spot.

The Post believe City have received a minimum of £340,000 from Sky Sports this season, having had seven games selected for live coverage.

In a new Bristol sporting series, Neil Maggs returned to Bobby's Reid's old school, where the frontman reflected on growing up in the city, his breakthrough season and his ambitions for the future.

Finally, former City boss Steve Cotterill has been relieved of his duties at Birmingham City, as the Post discuss.

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

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