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Championship: Bristol City double swoop?

Bristol City manager Gary Johnson is looking to engineer an upturn in fortunes at Ashton Gate over the next few weeks and is hoping to make some new signings as soon as the transfer window opens.

Slovenian international winger Mirnes Sisic is currently on trial with the Robins while Oldham Athletic defender Neal Eadley is also being linked as a potential replacement for Bradley Orr, who has turned down a new contract with the club.

Coventry City next face the Robins at Ashton Gate on 10 March.




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Date:Tuesday December 23 2008

Time: 5:44PM

 

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