Bristol City have been drawn at home against Manchester United in the quarter finals of the Carabao Cup.
City are the only team from outside the Premier League who are still in the competition and will now face the Red Devils at Ashton Gate.
The West Country side booked their place in the quarter finals with a 4-1 win over Crystal Palace in the round of 16.
The draw for the quarter finals was delayed by more than an hour following technical problems.
City fan and comedian Mark Watson has made an unusual pledge if the Robins win the cup.
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Global superstar David Beckham has been spotted in Gloucestershire.
The former Manchester United and Real Madrid footballer was in Tetbury this morning.
Sally Cosham says she was in a cafe when someone came in and said Beckham was across the road.
She decided to investigate and ended up meeting the former England captain as he left an antiques shop on Long Street.
He was really nice, his friend offered to take the photo.
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A project where professional footballers help promote racial understanding is being launched in Plymouth.
‘Show Racism The Red Card’ is being supported by the Department for Communities and Local Government.
Plymouth Argyle Football Club will host students from the city as they take part in workshops exploring stereotypes and hate crime.
The students can then put questions about racism and ethnicity to players from Argyle’s first team.
Forest Green Rovers have confirmed Liam Noble has left the club with immediate effect.
Noble joined Rovers in June last year and captained the club to promotion into League Two.
He has asked to leave the club to be closer to his family in the North East of England.
Forest Green manager Mark Cooper says the club understands Noble's decision.
His efforts and hard work on the pitch are recognised and appreciated by both the club and the fans. We wish him the best of luck.
Thank you to the chairman and manager for supporting me through this difficult decision. The fans have made my time at the club special – thanks to them.
Bath City FC has named Jerry Gill as the club's new manager.
Gill is a former City player. He gained promotion to the Premier League with Birmingham City as a player, and coached the Under-18s and Under-23s at Norwich and Under-18s at Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Chairman Nick Blofeld describes Gill as a "very talented coach".
Now is the right time for him to step up to first team management with our strong, experienced squad. We’re really looking forward to him joining us and building on our strong league position.
Gill says he is "delighted" to re-join Bath City as manager.
The Club have always had a big place in my heart and it’s great to get the chance to manage the team here. I’m confident that I can use my knowledge and experience to help develop the team and will also look to strengthen the squad a little and build on the firm foundations that already exist here.
The club says there are no other changes in the coaching team.
The former Premier League manager is acting as an unpaid advisor to Glovers boss Darren Way.Read the full story ›