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Tammy tells media he'd like to return to City in the future

Bristol City forward Tammy Abraham has said it would be nice to return to the club in the future as he prepares for his final game before returning to Chelsea.

Abraham was speaking at the club's training ground ahead of the final match of the season this Sunday. City host Birmingham at Ashton Gate and while they are assured of Championship football next season, their opponents need a win to ensure survival. The fixture has drawn added attention since Harry Redknapp took over at Birmingham, bringing with him former City boss Steve Cotterill as his assistant.

The loanee has scored 26 goals this season and played a major role in ensuring their survival in the Championship. Speaking on Thursday morning the 19 year old said he had enjoyed his first full season of men's football and didn't rule out a return to Ashton Gate at some point:

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Bristol City players to refund fans after 5-0 defeat by Preston North End

Bristol City's players are to reimburse the ticket cost for away fans who travelled to Tuesday's game against Preston North End.

The Robins were defeated 5-0, which has left the club one point above the Championship relegation zone.

312 Bristol City supporters made the round trip from Bristol to Deepdale.

Currently, the club are 21st in the table, having won just four of their past 29 league games.

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Rover's manager Darrell Clarke "lost no sleep" over Matty Taylor transfer

Bristol Rovers manager Darrell Clarke has said that he "lost no sleep" over Matty Taylor's Deadline Day transfer to local rivals Bristol City.

City signed Taylor, who scored 67 goals for Rovers, after triggering a release clause in his contract.

Clarke said that the transfer was "expected." He would have liked to seen a bidding war over the 26 year old, but confirmed there were only "one Championship club" interested in Taylor.

Various reports questioned how Bristol City came to know of Taylor's £300,000 release clause, a part of his contract which is not supposed to be public knowledge.

However, The Football League has told ITV News that they haven't launched a formal investigation into the transfer. This because no complaint has been made by Bristol Rovers in relation to the deal.

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