Bristol City have turned their attention to Nahki Wells after missing out on Eddie Nketiah. Burnley have option to recall him from QPR and are willing to listen to offers over a permanent deal #BristolCity#WeAreTheRobins#Clarets#Burnley#QPR
My review of the game on Saturday. We won 1-0 in the end and I think both sides had really good chances to score and the scoreline could have been way more than 1-0 if both teams were clinical. We finally broke the deadlock on 87 minutes when Jay Dasilva ran about 40 yards of the pitch before crossing it to Eliasson and he put it in the far corner. I think this can streak a run of unbeaten games if we learn to be more clinical. Make sure you like this and follow for follow backs but most importantly, as always, up the Cityyyyy!!!! 🔴⚪️🔴⚪️🔴⚪️🔴⚪️ #bristolcity#barnsleyfc#eflchampionship
Phlegm is a world-known cartoonist and illustrator, well known for his self-published comics and highly creative street art.
The name Phlegm came from one of the four bodily humours in ancient Greek medicine; blood, yellow bile, black bile, and phlegm. Phlegm was believed to be responsible for an apathetic and unemotional temperament.
He is an internationally renowned street artist and has contributed many murals to United Kingdom's walls over the years. His surreal illustrations are normally monochrome, although Bristol and Sheffield have had some rare multicoloured murals painted by the artist.
Situated on the second floor of one of the most prestigious Georgian terraces in Bristol is this spacious two bedroom apartment enjoying views to the rear, and access to an expansive communal garden area exclusive to residents of the terrace.
Wonderfully located for access to Clifton Village, Clifton Triangle, Bristol City Centre and the scenic harbourside area, all of which are within walking distance.
Well, ain’t this a beauty. Stan the stag, with @jody_artist’s Greta as the sole turquoise pop in a pinky misty cityscape. By @sambinding, of course 📸
15 31720 January, 2020
An understandably poor reaction from everyone, including myself after the performance midweek. If I’m brutally honest, did I look at the bigger picture? No. We’re in a good position experiencing poor form. Yes we can’t get too carried away with a 1-0 win against a poor Barnsley but we’re in a fantastic position in the league, we have key players to return to the squad and are probably just 2 positions away from a top quality team. If we can get through January and make a couple of signings, (a striker being the priority) then we could push on in the second half of the season. Most importantly, keep the faith, your support is invaluable. 🔴 #BristolCity#Robins#COYR#BCFC
Guernsey FC midfielder Alex Scott is to join Bristol City following a trial with the Robins.
The 16-year-old, who on his senior debut in August became the Green Lions youngest ever player, has signed a pre-contract agreement and will continue his football development and academic education in City’s Academy structure.
Scott’s arrival in January will further strengthen the relationship between City, Guernsey FC and the Guernsey Football Association.
Bristol City Academy Manager Gary Probert, who met Alex and his family along with City Loans Manager Brian Tinnion in Guernsey this week, said: “During the period of us watching Alex and him training and playing with us he has demonstrated some excellent attributes and potential to further develop in the years ahead. “Most importantly, he has the personality and mindset to fit in at Bristol City to continue to work hard and continue his development. “Credit must go to Alex’s parents for being open to and contributing to the development plan we have for their son and to Tony Vance of Guernsey FC for his help in supporting Alex in this important decision which will not only benefit Alex but further our links with football in Guernsey.” Guernsey FC Manager Vance said he was proud that the club have played a part in the player’s development and applauded St Martin’s FC, whom Scott has represented at senior and youth level this season. “I’ve been sending video clips of Alex to Bristol City and he had a successful trial including playing in an Under-18 game where he scored three goals,” said Vance. “I’m delighted for him. This is where he needs and deserves to be. It’s all about GFC providing the platform to bigger and better things and, of course, St Martin’s has been part of his development, so credit goes to them.” Good luck Alex!
7 53112 December, 2019
Nketiah being shown as on loan to Bristol City by the Arsenal’s official website despite no official announcement being made is the most Arsenal thing you’ll see all day 😂 Would it be the right move for Eddie though? 🤔