Vital Football

Latest Bristol City News

Easter comes early for City

Easter comes early for City

Stockport County striker Jermaine Easter is due at Ashton Gate tomorrow to discuss personal terms and take a medical with a view to signing for Bristol City.The 24 year old Welshman who started his career with Wolves and turned down a move to Oxford United earlier today, could go straight into the City squad to face Swansea on Saturday, if formalities are completed on time tomorrow. Easter, who is 5'9' tall and weighs in at 12st. 2lbs.has also played for Hartlepool, Cambridge and Boston from whom he joined Stockport in May of last year. Despite playing in a side struggling at the foot of division two, Easter has flourished this season, scoring eleven goals in 22 appearances thus far,on the debit side he has also collected 6 yellow cards.
Gary Johnson, always reluctant to discuss transfers until deals are finalised, admitted that City had made a bid which Stockport found acceptable. The City boss told the official club site that City had been watching Jermaine for quite some time, that he is a quick, hard running striker who is still young, but had done brilliantly for County this season, considering their position in the league.
Earlier today City were also linked with West Bromwich Albion midfielder/winger Lloyd Dyer but there has been no confirmation of negotiations from either club, as yet.

Win FREE pizza with Vital Football!
Select your team and get 50% off if they score twice.
www.papajohns.co.uk/football

Writer:
Date:Thursday January 26 2006
Time: 6:18PM

Login to post a comment

Recent Bristol City Articles

Who Will Bristol City Face In 2016/17 (30/5/16)

All promotions and relegations for the season of 2015/16 have been confirmed, so the full make up of the Championship for 2016/17 is now known.

Cotterill Up For Bolton Job.

Former Bristol City boss Steve Cotterill is leading the way to becoming the new Bolton Wanderers boss according to the bookies.

Wagstaff Set To Leave

Scott Wagstaff has come to the end of his stay with Bristol City the club's official site has announced today.

No More Quarter Final Replays For Bristol City

Should Bristol City progress through to an FA Cup quarter final from the 2016/17 season onwards, the game will no longer be subject to a replay.

Archived Vital Bristol City Articles

Vital Bristol City articles from

Site Journalists

Andy999
Editor email
Profile

Current Poll (see more polls)

Big Finish?
Suggested By:
Queens Park Rangers win40%
Draw20%
Bristol City win40%

League Table

# Team P W D L Pts. GD
C Burnley 46 26 15 5 93 37
P Middlesbrough 46 26 11 9 89 32
3 Brighton 46 24 17 5 89 30
4 Hull City 46 24 11 11 83 34
5 Derby County 46 21 15 10 78 23
6 Sheff Wed 46 19 17 10 74 21
7 Ipswich 46 18 15 13 69 2
8 Cardiff 46 17 17 12 68 5
9 Brentford 46 19 8 19 65 5
10 Birmingham 46 16 15 15 63 4
11 Preston 46 15 17 14 62 0
12 Q.P.R. 46 14 18 14 60 0
13 Leeds Utd 46 14 17 15 59 -8
14 Wolves 46 14 16 16 58 -5
15 Blackburn 46 13 16 17 55 0
16 Forest 46 13 16 17 55 -4
17 Reading 46 13 13 20 52 -7
18 Bristol City 46 13 13 20 52 -17
19 Huddersfield 46 13 12 21 51 -11
20 Fulham 46 12 15 19 51 -13
21 Rotherham 46 13 10 23 49 -18
R Charlton 46 9 13 24 40 -40
R MK Dons 46 9 12 25 39 -30
R Bolton 46 5 15 26 30 -40
Latest F1 News
Latest Vital Boxing News

Recent Bristol City Results (view all)

Bristol City Fixtures (view all)

Vital Members League Table

RankNamePoints
1.luigi BCFC11