Lennie in Robins frame
By Simon Fudge
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Bristol City are reportedly in talks with former Cardiff City manager Lennie Lawrence.Bristol City are reportedly in talks with former Cardiff City manager Lennie Lawrence about becoming Brian Tinnion's successor.
The former Charlton Athletic, Middlesbrough and Luton Town boss has been out of a job following his departure from Ninian Park back in May.
The Robins are on the lookout for a new manager after Tinnion stepped down following last Saturday's embarrassing 7-1 defeat at League One leaders Swansea City.
Reports in the West Country are suggesting that the 57-year-old is one of several possible candidates that City are considering, with Cheltenham Town boss John Ward also being mentioned with a return to the Ashton Gate hot seat.
Lawrence is also being considered for the managerial vacancy at Championship side Plymouth Argyle after The Pilgrims parted company with Bobby Williamson.
It remains to be seen if Robins chairman Steve Lansdown sees Lawrence as a top candidate but it is likely the League One club will want an experienced person to take charge of the side after making a failed gamble in appointing the inexperienced Tinnion.
Meanwhile, The Robins have boosted their attack with the signing of Cameroonian striker Guy Madjo.
The African hit-man has impressed City while on trial and earned a two-month deal with the club.
The former Petersfield Town player will be available for Saturday's home match against Blackpool.