Date:Saturday February 11 2006
Bristol City and Brentford served up the perfect advertisement for staying at home to watch television, in a drab, lifeless match at Ashton Gate this afternoon.
No doubt the Bees supporters will have gone back up the M4 in a happy frame of mind after collecting the three
points but, in truth, neither side deserved anything from the game and it is difficult to think of a notable performance on either side. This defeat leaves City in a precarious twenty second position in the table and facing inevitable relegation unless form is changed around dramatically and soon.
Full report to follow when I have recovered from the disappointments of the day.
Woolmer In Charge Of Yeovil v City. (Friday March 6 2015)
Cotts Only Too Pleased To Have Tonked Orient. (Wednesday March 4 2015)
Manager of the Month - Feb Nomination (Cotterill) (Wednesday March 4 2015)
Player of the Month - Feb Nomination (Flint) (Wednesday March 4 2015)
Stats: Leyton Orient v City (Tuesday March 3 2015)
Orient v Bristol City: Team News (Tuesday March 3 2015)
JPT Final Tickets Could Well Sell Out. (Tuesday March 3 2015)
Cotterill Delighted After Beating Dale (Sunday March 1 2015)
Hill Impressed With His Rochdale Side. (Sunday March 1 2015)
City Scrape Through Tight Game With Rochdale (Sunday March 1 2015)
|1. Bristol City||34||22||7||5||+34||73|
|2. MK Dons||34||18||8||8||+33||62|
|5. Sheff Utd||33||15||8||10||+8||53|
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