Media Watch - November 24th
Posted: Friday, November 24th 2017
Wednesday, November 29th 2017
Here's a round-up of the latest online and newspaper media coverage about City.
Greek side Panathinaikos could be willing to cash in on midfielder Robin Lod, according to Somerset Live. The 24-year-old who plays mostly on the left side of midfield, has recently been linked with a move to Bristol City. He will become a free agent in the summer if he fails to sign a new deal with Panathinaikos but the financially-struggling Greek club may want to get what they can for him in January.
The Bristol Post assesses City's three wide midfield options as possible replacements for the injured Callum O'Dowda. He is reportedly set for a lengthy spell on the sidelines meaning Niclas Eliasson, Jonathan Leko and Jamie Paterson will all be vying to cement a place in the starting XI.
Football League World also looks at O'Dowda's injury and its impact.
City head coach Lee Johnson has described Saturday's clash against Middlesbrough as the first six pointer of the season, writes Gazette Live. His side can extend the gap between seventh-placed Boro and themselves, while Garry Monk's squad will be looking to go within two points of City if they can win at Ashton Gate.
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