By Jamie Holt
NIGEL Pearson said he wants to be “part of a team that gets to the Premier League” after signing a three-year contract at Bristol City.
The Robins brought in the 57-year-old on an interim basis at the end of February and the former Leicester and Watford boss has now been given a three-year deal.
“This is such a fantastic opportunity at a sound football club that has so much more potential,” Pearson said.
“(Owners) The Lansdowns have a long-term vision, not just for Bristol City but for sport in the area, and I’m very grateful for the chance to be at the forefront of that...
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