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The club's in early stages of talks with an American development company and Torbay Council about building a new state of the art stadium.Read the full story ›
Bristol Manor Farm play away at Sunderland RCA tomorrow, in the last 16 of the FA Vase tomorrow.
The team play in the Toolstation Western Division Premier but haven't reached this stage of the cup since the 1980s.
Manager Lee Lashenko says the opportunity to play a final at Wembley is huge motivation for his players.
Stuart Pearce has joined Longford AFC in the Gloucestershire Northern Senior League Division Two, 14 years after retiring.Read the full story ›
Bristol City are pinning their Championship hopes on a defender who began his career at the club a decade ago.
Scott Golbourne joins the club from Wolverhampton Wanderers, as they seek to add to their squad ahead of Monday's transfer deadline.
They've secured the signing of the Wolves left back for an undisclosed fee.
The 27-year-old first joined City as a schoolboy, and was a product of the academy before he made his debut at the age of 17.
After a brief spell in the first team, left to join Reading ten years ago and has since had a host of stints at Exeter City, Barnsley and Wolves.
But now the Bristolian is now back at Ashton Gate.
A cousin of another former defender, Matthew Hill, Golbourne has penned a two-and-a-half-year contract after undergoing a medical at Failand.
Scott is a Bristol lad and that’s important to us.
He’s a left-back. At the moment we’ve either got Joe Bryan, who’s more of an attacking force, or Derrick Williams, who is more of a defensive type. It’s about getting that balance in between.
Scott has been here before, he’s athletic and someone we need for this football club.
The Robins have confirmed the loan signing of the Bournemouth striker and he could make his debut against Birmingham on Saturday.Read the full story ›
A judge made a "fundamental error" when she refused to hold Sainsbury's to the £30million purchase of Bristol Rovers' Memorial Stadium.Read the full story ›
Exeter City have signed Reading midfielder Jake Taylor on a free transfer.
The 24-year-old returns to the Grecians following a loan spell with the club which lasted for the majority of the 2011/12 season.
The twice-capped Welsh international spent the first part of the season on loan at Scottish Premiership side Motherwell, but has now completed the permanent move to St James Park - bringing to an end to a seventeen-year spell with the Royals.
He is a player we know very well with him having spent a season with us on loan four or five years ago. It is a good opportunity to keep building the squad ahead of next year, and he will come straight into the squad for Saturday.
He is a very versatile player. He is a very bright player and he comes to us with good experience. He has been to quite a few clubs on loan; but obviously his major loan was with us, and I see it as it being a pretty smooth fit in terms of someone coming into the club.
He knows us and we know him, and he will add going forward into next season as we are building the team.
Bristol Rovers begin a High Court appeal today against a decision to allow Sainsbury's to pull out of a deal to buy the Memorial Stadium.Read the full story ›
The Chairman of Bristol Rovers tells ITV News the club could start building a new stadium this summer despite a dispute with Sainsbury's.Read the full story ›