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Becchio Hat Trick Sends City To First Loss In Six

Super Sub Luciano Becchio scored a superb hat trick as Leeds continued their good form with a 3-1 win over City. Stead had given City hope with an equaliser, only for the former Barcelona man to dash hopes with an awesome display of finishing at Elland Road. City started in a 4-4-2 formation with Millen keeping faith in the system that had led City to five games without defeat. Stead and Haynes ....

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Stead Fires City To Brilliant Away Win

A solitary strike from Jon Stead was enough to secure an impressive 1-0 away win over in-form Swansea. The home side, who had been unbeaten at The Liberty and not conceded a goal in the league for over nine hours, were undone by a well-organised City side who defended brilliantly to hold out for victory.   City made just one change from the team which drew with Preston, with Campebll-Ryce ....

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Preston Profligate As City Draw

City drew with Preston yesterday to make it four games unbeaten thanks to a combination of Preston’s profligacy in front of goal and a leveller courtesy of Preston’s Billy Jones heading into his own net from a teasing McAllister free kick. Iain Hume had given the visitors the lead early on before missed chances allowed City to share the points at Ashton Gate.   City started ....

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Elliott Screamer Hands City Win At The Riverside

City secured their second win in three games with a 2-1 victory at Middlesbrough in Tony Mowbray’s first game in charge of the Teesiders. Kris Boyd gave Middlesbrough the lead before Adomah equalised with a deflected shot. Wasteful Middlesbrough missed numerous chances, which they came to regret when Marvin Elliot scored a screamer to give City their second away win of the ....

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Qpr Held By Impressive City

  Having led for most of the match, an equaliser from former City loanee Patrick Agyemang denied City all three points in a 1-1 draw with league leaders QPR. Agyemang, who was quite honestly shocking in his time at the club, cancelled out Stead’s stunning opening goal with only seven minutes left on the clock.   City kept the same side that had beaten Reading 1-0, but for the ....

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City Win At Last With Strong Rearguard Action

City finally recorded their first home win of the season with an impressive display in the 1-0 win over Reading. Danny Haynes scored the vital winning goal on the half hour mark, and City showed determination and drive to hold on to gain an important three points.   Lee Johnson was restored to the starting line up, as was Campbell-Ryce, with the pair replacing Skuse and Rose ....

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City Throw Away Two Goal Lead To Lose In Cardiff

Despite going 2-0 up within the first 10 minutes, City failed to get anything out of Cardiff as the Bluebirds turned around the deficit to record a 3-2 win which leaves City without a win in six. Stead and Caulker gave City the lead before Bothroyd and a Whittingham brace left City pointless in Cardiff.   City reverted to a 4-4-2 formation with veteran Carey shifted to right back and ....

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City Shocking As Norwich Grab Easy Win

City lost 3-0 at home to Norwich in a turgid display which epitomised City’s awful start to the season. The need for a ball playing midfielder is imminent; City’s inability to keep the ball well was clear for all to see. Simeon Jackson scored an excellent brace and Wes Hoolahan scored a penalty to give the visitors all three points to condemn City to defeat.   City stuck with ....

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City Unfortunate In Loss At Pompey

City were unlucky to lose 3-1 at Portsmouth, with an excellent performance not matched by a result that it deserved. Jon Stead equalised for City, cancelling out John Utaka’s opener, only for poor defending from a corner allowed Aaron Mokoena to restore Pompey’s lead before Mullins rounded off the victory.   City named another Spurs loanee in the first XI, with Steven Caulker ....

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City Hold Out For 0-0 Draw At Turf Moor

Bristol City and Burnley both drew ablank as the two sides played out a 0-0 draw. Graham Alexander uncharacteristically missed a penalty, and Liam Fontaine missed the target for City as neither side broke the deadlock.   Haynes and Stead were named in attack, with Skuse and Elliot in central midfield holding allowing Rose and Adomah to get forward on the wings. For the home side, former ....

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City Better But Still Fail To Win

City lost a second home game in four days with a 2-1 defeat to an organised Coventry side. Despite losing, City’s performance was improved from the 2-0 defeat against Watford, with greater desire and quality shown. Marvin Elliot cancelled out journeyman Clive Platt’s opener, only to see Ben Turner head home what turned out to be the winner.   Millen made four switches from the ....

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City's Poor Form Continues With 2-0 Home Loss

City failed to build on Saturday’s 2-0 win at Scunthorpe with a hugely disappointing 2-0 reverse at home to Watford. Goals from Marvin Sordell and Danny Graham ensured that City once again failed to win at home.   Stead, Cisse and Pitman all made full home debuts for City as Millen looked to secure his first home win since being made manager weeks previously.   City started ....

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James Stars As City Secure First Win

City recorded their first league win of the season with a welcome 2-0 win at Scunthorpe. Goals from the in-form Albert Adomah and David Clarkson gave City a vital first win in the Championship.   Cole Skuse, returning to the side following injury, joined Elliot and Cisse in a compact midfield. Pitman and Stead continued up front following a two-week international break.   Scunthorpe ....

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Ipswich Ease Past Lackluster City

  City lost 2-0 in a poor display at Portman Road to an impressive Ipswich side. Strikers Priskin and Scotland scored the vital goals to send City to another away defeat in the Championship.   Jon Stead, ironically signed from Ipswich in the week, made his debut up front alongside fellow new boy Brett Pitman.   Leadbitter had an early effort strike the bar, and Scotland had ....

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City Draw 3-3 With Unconvincing Display

Bristol City continued their shaky start to the season with a 3-3 draw at home to Barnsley. City, who were 2-0 down within 12 minutes, fought back to 2-2 before conceding once again, before David Clarkson scored an equaliser to ensure that City avoided defeat.   City started slowly, with Skuse fouling Colace in the box, allowing Andy Gray to give the visitors the lead. The journeyman ....

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Sluggish City Defeated 3-0

  Bristol City slumped to a 3-0 defeat against Millwall, as Steve Coppell’s first game in charge ended in disappointment. Goals from Darren Ward, Danny Schofield and Paul Robinson ensured that the visitors returned home with all three points.   City started in a 4-3-3 formation, with injuries to no less than seven first team players leaving City depleted of options. Injury to ....

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City Draw In Final Game As Blackpool Make Play-offs

City’s final game of the season ended in a 1-1 draw at Blackpool, with the home side doing just enough to secure a Play-Off berth whilst City had to settle for 10th, the same position as last season. Due to Swansea’s failure to beat Doncaster, Holloway’s Blackpool will compete against Nottingham Forest for a Wembley appearance and a potential place in the Premier ....

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Maynard Grabs Brace As City Win

Nicky Maynard scored his 19th and 20th goals of the season to give City all three points in their final game of the season with a 2-1 win over Derby. The visitors had threatened a comeback following a late goal from Pearson, but their efforts were in vein as City held on for the victory.   City lined up in a 4-4-2/4-3-3 formation, the first time caretaker manager Keith Millen has not ....

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Hooper Hat Trick Defeats Lackluster City

Bristol City produced a dismal display as Scunthorpe recorded a comfortable 3-0 victory in a game which marked Keith Millen’s first loss since becoming caretaker manager. Striker Gary Hooper scored an impressive hat trick as City’s slim Play-Off hopes were finally dashed.   City lined up in a 3-5-2 formation with Ribiero making a return to the starting line up as Fontaine was ....

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Sproule's Pace Sets Up City Win

Bristol City continued their good run of form with a win over rivals Swansea, with Nicky Maynard once again grabbing the winner as City’s slim play-off hopes stay alive.   Millen named an unchanged side from the one that won at Sheffield Wednesday, with a settled side responding well to the manager’s loyalty with a good display at Ashton Gate.   After just three minutes, ....

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Maynard Winner Gives City 1-0 Triumph At Wednseday

  Nicky Maynard scored his 17th of the season as City won 1-0 at Sheffield Wednesday to extend their unbeaten record to five games. The goal was one of few pieces of class in a game that was lacking any real quality. City made two enforced changes, with Henderson coming in for the injured Gerken, and Ribiero picking up an injury to be replaced by Nyatanga. City had the ....

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Reckless Forest Grab Draw At City

  City secured a 1-1 draw against Forest thanks to a goal from Fontaine, which was cancelled out by a fantastic strike from Guy Moussi. The game was, however, marred by frequent displays of reckless and cynical challenges, with Forest lucky to keep ten on the field by the end of the 90 minutes. City started in a now familiar 3-5-2 formation, with the same team that ....

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City And Toon Share The Points In Thriller At The Gate

City began life without Gary Johnson yesterday with a pulsating 2-2 draw at home to league leaders Newcastle United. Lewin Nyatanga and Nicky Maynard gave City a 2-0 lead by half time, but Newcastle fought back in the second half a goal from the impressive Jonas Gutierrez and grabbed the equaliser with an Andy Carroll strike.   City started in a 3-5-2 formation, with Christian Ribiero ....

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Win At Palace Changes Nothing - Johnson Must Go

Despite City’s important 1-0 win over Palace this week, which was undoubtedly a great result, nothing has changed – Gary Johnson is still not the man to take Bristol City FC forward. This win, just City’s tenth in the league this season, represented a key result but, if we are being honest, a pretty drab performance and terrible match of football.   Gary Johnson has, of ....

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Ciy Awful As Donny Run Riot

Bristol City continued their dismal form with an embarrassing 5-2 loss at home to Doncaster as Gary Johnson’s side slid to 15th in the Championship table. City, with just three wins in the last 20, now sit just five points clear of the relegation zone.   City lined up in a 4-4-2 formation, with Haynes and Campbell-Ryce starting on the wings as Lee Johnson kept his place in central ....

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