O'Donnell Exits For Rotherham
Posted: Thursday, January 19th 2017
Thursday, January 19th 2017
City head coach Lee Johnson met with the media ahead of the Sky Bet Championship clash at Nottingham Forest on Saturday (3pm).
Here’s what he had to say…
- Johnson labels the signing of goalkeeper Fabian Giefer “a great coup for the club” and says he is fit to compete for the number one jersey straightaway
- Head coach thanks Richard O’Donnell for his contribution to City after completing his move to Rotherham United
- Boss reveals Wes Burns will be next through the exit door on a permanent deal
- Johnson admits Shawn McCoulsky will be disappointed with his loan spell at Torquay United after returning to City
- Head coach says Diego De Girolamo is fully deserving of his contract extension after hitting the ground running on loan at Cheltenham Town
- Johnson reveals no new injuries but Korey Smith (six to eight weeks) and Adam Matthews (seven to ten days) remain sidelined
- Boss says midweek victory at Fleetwood left players and staff “enthused but also relieved” and hopes his team can play with more freedom as a result
- Change of formation has helped keep energy levels high during games, according to the head coach
- Johnson says City would like to send Ivan Lucic out on loan, but says the club would rather keep him in England after interest from abroad
- Boss insists Lee Tomlin and Bobby Reid remain crucial to his plans, despite the pair enjoying less game time in recent weeks
Listen to his pre-match press conference in full on Bristol City Player HD.
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