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Bristol City see of Zebras
Bristol City see of Zebras Bristol City

Bristol City see of Zebras

A late penalty gave Bristol City a 1-0 win over the Botswana Zebras in the final match of their pre-season tour of southern Africa.

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Bolton look at Fontaine Bristol City

Bolton look at Fontaine

Bolton are weighing up a move for former Bristol City defender Liam Fontaine, Sky Sports understands.

Pattison set for City trial Bristol City

Pattison set for City trial

Sky Sports understands Bristol City are set to take former Newcastle United man Matty Pattison on trial.

Wall of Colour Bristol City

Wall of Colour

Sky Sports is calling on all Football League fans to show their true colours on the opening weekend.

Clubs eye up Revell move Bristol City

Clubs eye up Revell move

Rotherham United's promotion hero Alex Revell could be set to leave the club, after helping them into the Championship.

Ayling signs for Bristol City Bristol City

Ayling signs for Bristol City

Bristol City have completed the signing of Yeovil defender Luke Ayling on a three-year deal.

Football League live games Bristol City

Football League live games

Sky Sports has confirmed more live Football League matches for the opening months of the season.

Wilbraham praise for Cotterill Bristol City

Wilbraham praise for Cotterill

New Bristol City signing Aaron Wilbraham has revealed that Steve Cotterill played a major role in his move to Ashton Gate.

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Tottenham's Erik Lamela ready for Premier League lift off

Everyone agreed that Tottenham had acquired some fine players in the summer of 2013, but the notorious line that Spurs sold Elvis to buy the Beatles soon became a source of embarrassment. Not least because that cast young Erik Lamela as John Lennon, the most celebrated of the lot.

Analysis: Everton's signing of Samuel Eto'o can be significant on and off the pitch for Roberto Martinez's side

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Saturday’s opponents Chelsea might have expected Everton’s Romelu Lukaku to come back to haunt them, but Jose Mourinho surely thought he’d seen the back of Samuel Eto’o. Instead he’s back in the Premier League and eyeing another challenge in his remarkable career.

Mario Balotelli's track record on the pitch makes him a gamble worth taking for Brendan Rodgers and Liverpool

Mario Balotelli's track record on the pitch makes him a gamble worth taking for Brendan Rodgers and Liverpool

When it comes to the art of signing players, few did it better than Brian Clough and Peter Taylor. In the latter’s book With Clough by Taylor he explained some of the science behind it in detailing how Nottingham Forest actively sought to buy players they perceived to have personal problems.