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Although confusion and conjecture continue to reign, the English Football League (EFL) have moved to clarify a number of key points regarding the coronavirus affected 2019-20 season, writes Tom Howe. On Wednesday, the Board met to discuss matters, including the indicative vote taken by League Two clubs and the League One impasse which both came …

Professional clubs in the West Country are gearing up for a return to football in the coming weeks, with an aim to complete the 2019-20 season, writes Andrew Clayton. The outbreak of covid-19 means that a ball has not been kicked in over a month, and despite the government’s decision to extend the national lockdown …

Bristol City midfielder Adam Nagy says he is confident the Robins will be promoted to the Premier League if they can stay completely focused on the task ahead, writes Andrew Clayton. The Hungarian international arrived at Ashton Gate from Bologna in the summer and immediately became a staple choice in Lee Johnson’s squad. However, an …

A transgender footballer has been telling The Independent how moving to Bristol and joining an LGBT inclusive football team has helped her rebuild her life. Sammy Walker, originally from London, moved to the West Country city in the summer, joining the Bristol Panthers in the process to reignite her love of football. Explaining how the …

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 …

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 …

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 …