As you can see, it has been a while since the blog was updated. I’ve personally had exams, and continue to do so, which explains my absence. However, I thought that I would post a quick summary of some of the news which has come out of Bristol City Football Club over the past couple of weeks.

- The contract situation with Dele Adebola is still very much up in the air. It is understood that a number of Championship clubs are interested in the Nigerian, but City have offered him a one-year deal. It is reported that Adebola would like to sign a longer-term deal.

- The England 2018/2022 campaign was launched this week. Bristol City’s new stadium is a possibility for holding games if the bid is successful. A delegation from Bristol attended the official campaign launch yesterday, and cluib chief executive Colin Sexton is adamant that the new stadium, scheduled to be open for the 2012/2013 season if all the preliminary planning goes to plan, will be successful in its application to be a host stadium for the most prestigious sports tournament in the world.

- Bristol City have already announced a number of pre-season friendlies - with Wolves and Wycombe among them.

- In news concerning goalkeepers, the Bristol Evening Post has reported that Leicester are interested in securing the services of second-choice keeper Chris Weale, while Bristol City are themselves after Southampton shotstopper Kelvin Davies, who the club cannot afford following relegation to League 1.

- Cole Skuse and Ivan Sproule have also been offered new deals to keep them at Ashton Gate for a while to come.

2 Responses to “Updates”

  1. Steven Goran Erikkson Says:

    What exams are you doing? Both myself and I*T*P*L have a series of exams coming up, but we still manage to write. What level are you at?

  2. swji Says:

    University level. I’m going to be doing the first challenge for the World Cup blogs over the weekend, though.

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