DELIGHTED Nigel Pearson hailed his players’ fighting spirit after Bristol City came from behind to launch his managerial reign with […]
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Chris Dunlavy analyses the ebb and flow of sacking within the Championship, where Bristol City have slumped and Cardiff rebounded
Bristol City have confirmed that assistant coaches Paul Simpson and Keith Downing will take charge of the first-team for the time being
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Chris Dunlavy looks at how integral Chris Martin and Chris Brunt have been to the Robins’ new head coach, Dean Holden
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Leonid Slutsky has said that Bristol City are “not an extra special team” ahead of The Tigers Championship clash with The Robins on Saturday Saturday
Aden Flint is glad he turned down Birmingham City over the summer to stay at Ashton Gate
‘I just want people to remember I’m Bristol City through and through’ says boss leading the Robins’ strong form
On a fascinating night in the Carabao Cup there was heartbreak for Wolves but delirium for Bristol City.
Five Championship teams in Carabao Cup action tonight, with Wolves and Norwich facing tough tasks.
After a busy mid-week for Leagues One and Two, the Championship joins in the fun once again this weekend.
The top assister in the Championship was thrilled to get one over on former rivals’ fans.
Saturday’s win at Ipswich was Bristol City’s first at Portman Road for 39 years and stretched their unbeaten run to 11 games.
Tough assignments for the Canaries and Wolves, while Leeds travel to Leicester in the next round of the Carabao Cup.
Stoke fell victim to Bristol City and Leeds topped Burnley in an enthralling night of Carabao Cup action.
The Carabao Cup returns tonight with eleven games and five more on Wednesday.
Seven games into the season, we’ve got just enough minutes under our belt to start recognising key performers in this season’s EFL.
There’s a new team on top of the second tier, as Thomas Christiansen’s Leeds replace Neil Warnock’s Bluebirds at the summit.