Bristol City's owner Steve Lansdown has given a full and frank interview about the club's financial future following the club's relegation from the Championship last week.
Speaking to the club's website, Mr Lansdown stressed that he has no intention of asking the club to repay the millions of pounds he has invested over the years.
But he also said that he hopes the club will have more opportunities to blood their academy players in League One as the club comes to terms with the financial realities of life in a lower division
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