Breaking news, views, comment and analysis concerning Bristol City and their Championship rivals Hello and welcome to Tuesday's live blog as the weekend win over QPR appears to have lifted a slight cloud of unease around Bristol City with Nigel Pearson's side putting together a nice little unbeaten run.
Robins had added real top flight quality this season Luton boss Nathan Jones is readying himself to come up against a ‘vastly experienced’ Bristol City side at Ashton Gate this evening. Robins manager Nigel Pearson has been active in the transfer market over the summer, moving on a number of players, while strengthening his personnel with the addition of two former Leicester players in Matty James and Andy King, whom he had during his time in charge at the King Power Stadium.
Six of the seven players are playing across four different countries, while Wes Morgan is having fun in the early stages of retirement Four first team players left Leicester City this summer, as well as a handful of development squad players who had outgrown the under-23 league but were not in Brendan Rodgers' plans.
Bristol City’s long wait for a home win continued as Preston held them to a goalless Championship draw at Ashton Gate. The Robins have not taken three points on their own ground since January 26 – 13 games – and it was their 10th unsuccessful attempt to do so under manager Nigel Pearson.
The 20-year-old Frenchman spoke to Bristol Live on Thursday ahead Preston North End's Championship visit to Ashton Gate on Saturday Bristol City's French tourbillon [whirlwind in French, ask Kalifa Cisse] in midfield may be a storm rising, with Preston North End soon to be in the epicentre.
Bristol City brought five new faces to the club over the course of the transfer window but didn't land a player in the final third Nigel Pearson admits the state of the transfer market this summer, Bristol City's financial resources in the wake of Covid-19 and the quality already present in his squad was behind his decision not to bring in a striker over the window.
The first five Championship matches of the new season have provided a reasonable enough sample size to see certain themes and scenarios emerging for Nigel Pearson's Bristol City Bristol City's Severnside Derby win over Cardiff City before the international break gave a different complexion to Nigel Pearson's first month of the 2021/22 season.
All the latest concerning the West Country outfit and their rivals across the English second tier Welcome to our live blog for Tuesday September 7 as the international break continues with Tomas Kalas and the Czech Republic in action on Wednesday along with England and Wales, in the final games before league football commences again.
Sky Blues skipper Liam Kelly is close to a return to first team action but doesn't expect to walk straight back into the side amid the impressive early season form of fellow midfielder Ben Sheaf One of the biggest individual success stories of Coventry City’s start to the new Championship season is the impressive form of Ben Sheaf.
Robins midfielder gave update on the West Country side's international break in a radio interview on Monday Bristol City midfielder Andy King has discussed his time in the South West and given some insight into the work that the Robins have been doing over the international break. The former Leicester City man spoke to Geoff Twentyman on Monday's Sound of the City BBC Radio Bristol programme, covering how Nigel Pearson's side are doing so far this season.
Bristol City signed four new players over the course of the window but there were also a number of other individuals named in various reports in conjunction with the Robins It was an uncharacteristically quiet summer transfer window, but one we should maybe get used to as the impact of Covid-19 and the drain on club finances was felt across the leagues.
GB Dominic Samuel joins Ross County from Gillingham DS Trae Coyle joins Swiss outfit Lausanne–Sport from Arsenal TC Preview: Hull City vs. Gillingham - prediction, team news, lineups PH Blackburn and Gillingham matches called off due to waterlogged pitches BA Leicester's Matty James joins Coventry on loan
Bristol City dipped back into the transfer market on Deadline Day, signing right-back George Tanner from Carlisle United, but the summer window is now closed. Tanner joins Matty James, Andy King, and Rob Atkinson as the Robins’ 2021 summer arrivals, while there were plenty of outgoings as Nigel Pearson looked to change things up at Ashton Gate.
Nigel Pearson's first transfer window in charge of Bristol City saw a raft of regulars leave the club, some familiar faces to the manager arrive and a couple of eye-catching and interesting acquisitions The international break means we will have to wait at least another week to receive Nigel Pearson's analysis of the summer transfer window; how and why Bristol City were unable to sign a striker, and even to what extent they tried to bring one in before Tuesday's deadline.
All the breaking news, rumours, gossip and analysis concerning Bristol City and the rest of the Championship with the transfer window closing at 11pm Hello and welcome to today's special live blog as the transfer window comes to a close. Bristol City have made four new signings this summer plus the return of Nathan Baker, with young full-back George Tanner the latest through the Ashton Gate doors on Monday after joining from Carlisle United for £300,000.
Marlon Pack's sale to Cardiff City two years ago left a hole in Bristol City's midfield and dressing room they have struggled to fill ... until now At the risk of labouring on a point, Adam Nagy’s departure from Bristol City in the same week as the Severnside Derby on the weekend revisits what, with large doses of hindsight, was an extremely regrettable transfer decision.
The Robins have made a late move for long-term target Michael Smith with Nigel Pearson determined to land a striker Bristol City have made a late move for long-term striker transfer target Michael Smith, Bristol Live understands. The Robins have been monitoring the Rotherham front-man all summer and have waited patiently to try and secure one of their key transfer targets of the window.
Premier League winner Matty James has had an up and down few years since leaving Leicester City, but seems to be hitting the ground running now reunited with Nigel Pearson at Bristol City. The Robins have picked up four points from as many games to begin the campaign, losing 1-0 at home to Swansea City on Friday evening, which was Russell Martin’s first league victory in charge of the Swans.
Key Robins midfielder spoke to the media at the weekend on how the West Country men bounce back from narrow home loss No other player had more shots on Friday night, than Matty James with five, equal to Andi Weimann, as Swansea City grabbed the three points at Ashton Gate.
Bristol City fell to their second defeat of the season on Friday night, losing by a goal to nil at home to Swansea City. It has been a mixed start to the campaign for the Robins, who went into Friday night’s clash with Swansea on the back of a 3-2 away win at Reading.