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BRISTOL City boss Lee Johnson said he was proud of his team after they produced a second half comeback against Millwall at the Den on Tuesday night to keep their Championships play-off hopes alive. The Robins won 2-1 after trailing 1-0 at half-time in London. It could have been worse for City had Max O’Leary …

A GROUP of Yeovil Town players have apologised after being pictured enjoying a night out after the club were relegated on Saturday. The Glovers’ 2-2 draw at Northampton Town meant their 16-year stay in the Football League came to an end. However, a group of players and staff were later pictured that evening smiling and …

AFTER a fantastic season that saw his goals spearhead Torquay United’s championship-winning campaign, Jamie Reid has been named as the Vanarama National League South player of the season. Reid hit 32 goals (29 in the league), including a fine effort in United’s final day win over St Albans on Saturday. The award is the latest …

PLYMOUTH Argyle have appointed Ian Roscrow as their new head of recruitment. Roscrow follows in the footsteps of former scout Greg Strong, who left the club in November to join National League side Salford City. Yorkshireman Roscrow has worked for a decade a Swansea City and previous held recruitment roles at Wigan and Middlesbrough. Argyle …

BRISTOL CITY’S Championship play-off hopes suffered another blow on Easter Monday when they were beaten 2-0 away by Sheffield Wednesday. City now find themselves down in eighth spot – two places and one point off Derby County, who sit in the final play-off place. A couple of weeks ago the Robins were looking good for …

RELEGATION-threatened Plymouth Argyle suffered a fourth consecutive defeat when they were beaten 3-0 at home by promotion-chasing Barnsley. Argyle are now just one place and one point ahead of the drop zone with just two games to go. The Pilgrims will finish their season with an away match at Accrington Stanley, who are one point …

PLAY-OFF contenders Bristol City dropped two points at home on Good Friday as they were held to a 1-1 draw in the Championship with relegation-threatened Reading. Reading went in front in the 48th minute when Yakou Meite when he fired in from close range following a free-kicked. But City levelled on 72 minutes when Josh …

BRISTOL City boss Lee Johnson praised the club’s fans after Tuesday’s thrilling 3-2 home win over play-off rivals West Bromwich Albion. The victory moves the Robins up to fifth in the table, five points behind fourth-placed West Brom and four points clear of Middlesbrough in seventh spot. City stunned their Midlands opponents with three goals …