His left-back helped secure a 4-0 win against Huddersfield last night but it wasn't the only big favour his family has done for Lee Johnson.Read the full story ›
Bristol City Head Coach Lee Johnson has dismissed the suggestion that the match against Burton is a 'must win' game for him personally.Read the full story ›
Bristol City star says manager right not to play himRead the full story ›
Bristol City manager has moved to reassure club supporters and detractors. Lee Johnson remains defiant about the severity of the situation.Read the full story ›
Bristol City manager Lee Johnson has further bolstered his first team squad by bringing in German goalkeeper Fabian Giefer from Schalke.Read the full story ›
Bristol City manager Lee Johnson began his weekly press conference in an unconventional manner - by telling a 'cheesy' joke.
The joke about a well known type of cheese was offered up to the assembled media despite the initial protestations of the club press officer.
Did you crack a smile?
Bristol City boss Lee Johnson will look to secure a fourth straight win in the Championship when he takes his side to Cardiff.Read the full story ›
Lee Johnson joined us in the studio - we hear about his role and find out whether his father's history with the club helps or hinders him.Read the full story ›
Relegation-threatened Oldham have announced the appointment of rookie manager Lee Johnson as their new boss.
Johnson fought off competition from 120 applicants to land the role after impressing chairman Simon Corney.
He takes over from Paul Dickov, who departed last month, and inherits a side who currently lie 21st in the npower League One table. He will be in the dugout for Tuesday night's crucial game against fellow strugglers Hartlepool.
The 31-year-old, the son of Yeovil boss Gary Johnson, becomes the youngest manager in the Football League, with the Boundary Park job his first managerial role after a playing career with Yeovil, Bristol City and Kilmarnock.