“I think the manner of the 5-0 defeat at Blackpool came as a shock to the club. I think the board were planning to give Keith Millen a few more games to turn things around and I don't think they've got a succession plan in place. The current squad obviously aren't good enough because they're bottom of the table. A new manager may come in and get more from the squad but my gut feeling is there needs to be a broom that sweeps pretty thoroughly through Ashton Gate.”
BBC Radio Bristol's Geoff Twentyman
He had a shaky start to his tenure, with just one victory from nine games leaving them bottom of the table, but their form steadily improved and he led them to a 15th-place finish last season.
But this term City have already lost six games and have yet to record a home win.
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