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City off to beat Virus.

Bristol City manager Gary Johnson has taken swift action to minimise the effects of the virus that swept through the squad prior to Saturday' s encounter with Nottingham Forest. The players have been told to remain at home until Tuesday and not to socialise together and, in the meantime, all the backroom areas of the stadium are being fumigated. City players will, however, lose their usual mid week day off as preparations continue for Friday night's visit to Danny Wilson's MK Dons.




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Date:Sunday March 5 2006

Time: 8:27AM

 

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