Aden Flint was left out of Bristol City's matchday squad against Birmingham City today but Robins manager Lee Johnson says the interest in him from the Blues has now been ended. Flint, also a reported target for Leeds United, has been the subject of
Birmingham City boss Harry Redknapp is known only too well to have been after two of Bristol City defenders this summer and now he has talked about his transfer frustrations. Redknapp told the story on the BBC 1's Football Focus programme today how the
Bristol City suffered their first defeat of the nascent Championship season to Birmingham City on Saturday afternoon. Bobby Reid gave Lee Johnson's side an early lead but Craig Gardner levelled in the first half. Jacques Maghoma ensured a first win of …
City were unable to press home their advantage after Bobby Reid's first-minute goal was overturned at St Andrew's. Reid eventually turned the ball in from close range after Famara Diédhiou and Josh Brownhill had both hit the crossbar in the same move.
Birmingham City Harry Redknapp to look elsewhere following end of Aden Flint interest
He just returned from a six-month loan at QPR and had trained with Birmingham City, going on their pre-season tour, but is now back on Italian soil. “He came and trained for three or four weeks, a great attitude, he was not a minute's problem," said
Birmingham City have reportedly gone back to League Two side Luton Town with an improved offered for striker Isaac Vassell, according to journalist Alan Nixon. Initially, both Blues and Bristol City saw their opening bids of £1.2 million rejected for
Birmingham City 2 Bristol City 1: Craig Gardner and Jacques Maghoma win it for 10-man Blues
Birmingham City's lack of fit, experienced strikers is a "crazy situation", says boss Harry Redknapp. The Blues lost Che Adams for a number of weeks with a hamstring injury during Saturday's 2-1 win over Bristol City. Fellow front man Lukas Jutkiewicz …
Harry Redknapp sounded surprisingly subdued after Birmingham City clinched their first Championship win of the season by beating Bristol City. Maybe it was because several injuries, including a setback to Che Adams, put pressure on his creaking squad. . Bristol City manager Lee Johnson has named the same starting XI to face Birmingham City that began the opening day 3-1 win over Barnsley at Ashton Gate. However there is no place even on the bench for transfer target Aden Flint at St Andrew's today.