Lee Johnson fears influential midfielder Korey Smith could miss the remainder of Bristol City’s Championship play-off challenge after being taken off on a stretcher in the first half of Friday’s 1-1 draw with Reading.
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Lee Johnson joked about requiring treatment for a high pulse rate after watching his Bristol City side enhance their play-off hopes in a Championship thriller with West Brom at Ashton Gate.
Paul Cook heaped praise on Reece James after the Chelsea loanee helped Wigan to a battling point from a 2-2 Championship draw at Bristol City.
Lee Johnson likened his Bristol City side to “young gunslingers” as they shot down Middlesbrough to climb into the Sky Bet Championship play-off positions.
Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder has demanded a strong reaction from his side after the Blades suffered their first defeat in 11 matches.
Leeds boss Marcelo Bielsa refused to get carried away after Patrick Bamford’s early goal had kept Leeds firmly on course for automatic promotion from the Sky Bet Championship.
Bristol City boss Lee Johnson hailed his side’s second-half recovery to earn a “brilliant point” against Preston and was delighted with the impact of his substitutes.
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Birmingham boss Garry Monk described his team’s performance as “magnificent” after an impressive win at Ashton Gate.
Norwich manager Daniel Farke hailed a big win for his side after they beat Bristol City 3-2 at Carrow Road to maintain their two-point advantage at the top of the Sky Bet Championship.
Raul Jimenez says Wolves “have to dream” after they ended a 16-year wait to the reach the FA Cup quarter-finals.
Bristol City boss Lee Johnson described a half-time tunnel incident as “a bit of handbags” following his team’s 1-0 FA Cup defeat against Wolves.
Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo is not thinking about FA Cup glory despite the competition’s wide open look this season.
Bristol City midfielder Josh Brownhill insists it is business as usual at Ashton Gate – despite the Robins topping the European form table.
An angry Steve McClaren blamed poor refereeing decisions for QPR’s fifth successive Championship defeat.
Bristol City boss Lee Johnson praised his “formidable” centre-backs, who gave his side the platform to secure a 1-0 win at Blackburn Rovers.
Lee Johnson urged his flying Bristol City team to keep their feet on the ground after they swept into the Sky Bet Championship play-off places with a fifth successive win.
Martin O’Neill admitted it was a big learning curve for him as he suffered defeat on his return to Nottingham Forest as manager, with Bristol City spoiling the City Ground party with a 1-0 win.
A data analyst could one day manage a football club as tactical information becomes more sophisticated and relevant, it was claimed today.
Lee Johnson’s inspired substitutions gave him confidence that Bristol City can go all the way in the battle for Championship play-off places after they beat Bolton 2-1.