Banner image

Wait For Wagstaff Contract Talks

Scott Wagstaff’s Bristol City future is on hold ahead of the expiration of his contract this summer.

The midfielder joined City in the summer of 2013 after his release from Charlton Athletic, and has made 90 appearances, scoring nine times.

Wagstaff’s current deal is due to end in June and head coach Lee Johnson has revealed any talks about the future have been postponed for a short time.

“I had a good chat with Scott and we’ve decided to leave things for a week to ten days,” Johnson told bcfc.co.uk

“At that point we’ll sit down again and see where we both are with regards to contract discussions.”

Karleigh Osborne, who has seen out the last year of his City contract on loan at AFC Wimbledon, will be leaving the club. Osborne made 32 appearances for the club and also spent time with Colchester United on loan during 2014/15.

All other members of the first team squad are in contract for next season and beyond.

Latest News

Social Media Round-up: Back to winning ways!

Social Media Round-up: Back to winning ways!

Posted: Wednesday, December 2nd 2020

Gallery: Robins battle back in West London

Gallery: Robins battle back in West London

Posted: Wednesday, December 2nd 2020

Holden hails spirit and quality

Holden hails spirit and quality

Posted: Wednesday, December 2nd 2020

Numbers game: QPR (A)

Numbers game: QPR (A)

Posted: Wednesday, December 2nd 2020

Also from Bristol Sport

We held our composure - Kapoulas
Basketball icon

We held our composure - Kapoulas

Coach Kapoulas speaks to FlyersTV following his side securing their place in the BBL Cup quarter-final.

Posted: Wednesday, December 2nd 2020 • Basketball

Report: Worcester Wolves 66-73 Bristol Flyers
Basketball icon

Report: Worcester Wolves 66-73 Bristol Flyers

Bristol Flyers booked their place in the BBL Cup Quarter-Final with a road victory over the Worcester Wolves.

Posted: Wednesday, December 2nd 2020 • Basketball

Sheedy to start against Italy, Lloyd on bench
Rugby icon

Sheedy to start against Italy, Lloyd on bench

Callum Sheedy will make his second international start and Ioan Lloyd is in line to win his second cap from the bench when Wales take on Italy at Parc y Scarlets on saturday.

Posted: Wednesday, December 2nd 2020 • Rugby

Community Foundation Christmas holiday camps
Rugby icon

Community Foundation Christmas holiday camps

Lockleaze Sports Centre will host Bristol Bears Community Foundation's modified player development camps during the Christmas school holidays.

Posted: Wednesday, December 2nd 2020 • Rugby

Mark Steel & Friends - Comedy at the Gate is back
Bristol Sport icon

Mark Steel & Friends - Comedy at the Gate is back

Due to popular demand, we are delighted to announce the third instalment of  'Comedy at the Gate' as Mark Steel and Friends come to Ashton Gate Stadium!

Posted: Wednesday, December 2nd 2020 • Bristol Sport