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City defender Taylor Moore will be City’s special guest this weekend, when he will offer his insight as a pundit on Sunday’s exclusive Robins TV Live matchday show (June 28th).
Moore will watch over his teammates and offer his expert eye and analysis as the Robins return to Ashton Gate to host Sheffield Wednesday.
The 23-year-old - who made 24 appearances for Lee Johnson’s side this term before spending a period on loan with League One Blackpool - will be on the show from 11am, which is exclusively available to Season Card holders due to the Sky Bet Championship match being broadcast by Sky Sports.
Audio coverage is available for this game by selecting the Listen Live matchday pass for just £2.50. (Note: All current international video subscribers will automatically receive the audio commentary due to Sky TV rights restrictions).
The show, which Gary Johnson starred on last weekend, includes all the pre-match build-up commentary and replays of the match, half-time analysis and full-time reaction, along with further extensive club content.
Login to Robins TV with your Bristol Sport Club Account and choose your relevant package/redeem your voucher code, as required. Non-Season Card holders will be presented with the chance to buy their audio pass.
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