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On this day in 2007: Hard fought draw at Bristol City keeper Forest promotion ... - Nottingham Post

Nottingham Post

On this day in 2007: Hard fought draw at Bristol City keeper Forest promotion ...
Nottingham Post
Things had begun well for Forest who took the lead through a well-worked goal from one-time City transfer target Grant Holt who headed home a Kris Commons cross after only four minutes. But after Bradley Orr had driven the home side level just before ...


Council eyes up derelict eyesore near Temple Meads for redevelopment - Bristol Post

Bristol Post

Council eyes up derelict eyesore near Temple Meads for redevelopment
Bristol Post
A report has recommended that a grant of £5.425 million, allocated by the Department of Communities and Local Government (DCLG), should be used to support the transfer of Arena Island to Bristol City Council. If the grant can be used for the arena ...


Bristol's docks closed 40 years ago, now it's a vibrant area with homes ... - Bristol Post

Bristol Post

Bristol's docks closed 40 years ago, now it's a vibrant area with homes ...
Bristol Post
"Responsibility for the Harbour passed from the Port of Bristol Authority to the Land & General Purpose Committee on 1 April 1975. Both the Authority and the Committee were part of Bristol City Council, so it was a sort of internal transfer." Yet ...


Newcastle hopeful of Aarons deal - Goal.com

Goal.com

Newcastle hopeful of Aarons deal
Goal.com
The 19-year-old, who has been likened to Liverpool winger Raheem Sterling, has made steady progress at St James' Park since joining the club from Bristol City in 2012 and has already made his first-team debut. However, Aarons' current deal has just ...

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Council to vote on arena transfer funding - Insider Media

Council to vote on arena transfer funding
Insider Media
... Department of Communities and Local Government (DCLG) be used to support the transfer of Arena Island from the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) to Bristol City Council. If this is approved, funding previously allocated by the council for the ...


Harder times ahead if emergency loans are banned, says Argyle chief Martyn ... - Western Morning News

Western Morning News

Harder times ahead if emergency loans are banned, says Argyle chief Martyn ...
Western Morning News
Argyle have recruited Bolton Wanderers wing-back Andy Kellett and Bristol City midfielder Bobby Reid in this way. Only last week ... The emergency loan system wouldn't be used to the extent it is if the transfer windows didn't apply to Football League ...

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Gary Johnson: I just couldn't turn Cheltenham Town down when they asked me ... - Gloucestershire Echo

Gloucestershire Echo

Gary Johnson: I just couldn't turn Cheltenham Town down when they asked me ...
Gloucestershire Echo
"Every club I have joined it has been because that the club had been struggling, whether it was Bristol City or Yeovil when I went there for the second time," Johnson said. "In those cases I have had a few more games and a transfer window to try and ...

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