Banner image

Media Watch - November 4th/5th

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

The Mail Online reports on Bristol City's disappointment after club captain Bailey Wright was given a retrospective ban for simulation.

Eros Pisano faces up to four months on the sidelines after suffering a hamstring tear, the BBC reports.

Football League World takes a look at the best social media reaction as Robins fans celebrate Saturday's 2-1 win against Cardiff City.

And the Bristol Post reports on an 'incensed' Cardiff boss Neil Warnock, who spoke to the press following the 2-1 defeat for his side.

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

Related News

Media Watch - November 3rd

Media Watch - November 3rd

Posted: Friday, November 3rd 2017

Media Watch - November 2nd

Media Watch - November 2nd

Posted: Thursday, November 2nd 2017

Media Watch - November 1st

Media Watch - November 1st

Posted: Wednesday, November 1st 2017

Media Watch - October 31st

Media Watch - October 31st

Posted: Tuesday, October 31st 2017

Latest News

'Start of a new beginning' - Oxtoby

'Start of a new beginning' - Oxtoby

Posted: Thursday, September 3rd 2020

Young people come together to make a difference

Young people come together to make a difference

Posted: Wednesday, August 12th 2020

WATCH: First Day Back | Failand Uncut

WATCH: First Day Back | Failand Uncut

Posted: Wednesday, August 12th 2020

Thank-you to Jamie McAllister

Thank-you to Jamie McAllister

Posted: Wednesday, August 12th 2020

Also from Bristol Sport

Enjoy Bears’ away games at Ashton Gate Sports Bar & Pizzeria
Rugby icon

Enjoy Bears’ away games at Ashton Gate Sports Bar & Pizzeria

Rugby supporters can enjoy Bristol Bears’ away games in the Gallagher Premiership on the largest indoor pub screen in the country this month.

Posted: Wednesday, August 12th 2020 • Rugby

Statement: Bears support Rugby Against Racism campaign
Rugby icon

Statement: Bears support Rugby Against Racism campaign

Bristol Bears wholeheartedly support Premiership Rugby’s Rugby Against Racism campaign and we will be proud to show that commitment on Saturday at Ashton Gate.

Posted: Wednesday, August 12th 2020 • Rugby

Press bitesize: Saracens (h) - Gallagher Premiership
Rugby icon

Press bitesize: Saracens (h) - Gallagher Premiership

Director of Rugby, Pat Lam and back, Luke Morahan faced the media ahead of Saturday's Gallagher Premiership clash with Saracens at Ashton Gate (4.30pm KO, BT Sport 1).

Posted: Wednesday, August 12th 2020 • Rugby

'Excited' Lam relishing Premiership restart
Rugby icon

'Excited' Lam relishing Premiership restart

Pat Lam says excitement is the overriding emotion ahead of Bristol Bears’ return to Gallagher Premiership action following a 160-day layoff.

Posted: Wednesday, August 12th 2020 • Rugby

It's all to play for - Morahan
Rugby icon

It's all to play for - Morahan

Luke Morahan insists the Bears ‘have it all to play for’ as they prepare for a mouth-watering clash against Saracens at Ashton Gate on Saturday (4.30pm KO, live on BT Sport 1).

Posted: Wednesday, August 12th 2020 • Rugby