Date: 25th November 2009 at 12:04pm
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Bristol City manager Gary Johnson says that he is in the market for a new left winger.

Thats no great surprise after no replacement has been found yet for Michael McIndoe who went to Coventry in the summer after a fall out with the boss.

But at the club`s stakeholders meeting, Johnson was quized about the problem and he said that the position was going to be addressed.

He said: ‘At the time it was right for Michael McIndoe to move on and the search was on to find another left-sided player who could affect the game. Michael did that at the start but not near the end of his time here.

‘There aren’t many players like that around, and we are aware of that situation. We also don’t have cover for Jamie McAllister.

‘We are extensively looking for the right left-sided player to give us balance.

‘If we do find the right one we’ll bring them in. It’s not that I don’t want to play wingers. The best wingers are the ones [other teams] don’t want to let go anyway. I promise we’re looking.’

 

One Reply to “Johnson On Look Out For Winger”

  • McIndoe didn’t affect the game towards the end of his time here because he was asked to play narrow and not out wide. He said that Johnson spoke to him before his move and said he saw his role as a left-wing back or in centre mid this season, which is why he moved on to Cov.

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