OPINION: Purple and Lime is back… again?

by Luke Thorne ¦ @ElleCeeJayTee  After a rigorous (or was it vigorous?) recruitment process, Bristol City finally announced Dean Holden as their new Head Coach. To suggest that Holden’s appointment is a polarising one would be an understatement, and akin to concluding that Brexit provoked ‘a bit of debate’. Thankfully, the unveiling of City’s new …

From Hughton to Holden: What exactly are the Bristol City hierarchy looking for?

by Kory Cook ¦ @bcfckory It’s been five weeks since Bristol City announced the departure of Lee Johnson as the club’s Head Coach, and after a number of twists and turns regarding the bookies’ favourite for the job, we are still waiting for an appointment. In this piece, I will take a look as to …

BS3 Talk’s 2019/20 Awards – Diedhiou praise, Cardiff limbs and Dasilva’s comeback

The most peculiar of seasons has finally finished in late July in unprecedented circumstances. As City slumped to a 12th placed finish, the overall feeling of this season was disappointment, falling short of the Play-Offs by seven points an incredible collapse at the end of Lee Johnson's reign. It'll be a quick turnaround with the …

How Dean Holden’s Bristol City has changed from Lee Johnson’s so far

by James ¦ @jbcfc__ It’s three games undefeated for Dean Holden in his new role as caretaker head coach following the dismissal of Lee Johnson just hours after the Severnside Derby defeat – City’s fourth loss in a row since the return of football. But what has caused this quick turnaround in form? What has …

“I think he can be the man to take Bristol City to the Premier League!” An inside view into Michael Flynn

By Jack Dosson | @jackdossonsport The sacking of Lee Johnson was undeniably a flagship moment in the history of Bristol City Football Club. The former Robins midfielder had scaled the club to heights unseen since the reign of his father a decade previous, providing the clubs supporters with several lifelong memories along the way. To …

The Pack-factor: Why Bristol City haven’t been the same since ‘Colin’ came calling

by James Cox ¦ @jamescoxsj The 2019 summer transfer window deadline day was one of chaos at Bristol City, littered with late signings and departures. The most notable sale, and potentially most eyebrow-raising transfer at the club in general, was Cardiff City’s acquisition of Reds captain Marlon Pack. The City skipper looked set for his …