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2009–10 Bristol City F.C. season

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2009–10 Bristol City F.C. season

Bristol City
2009–10 season
Chairman Steve Lansdown
Manager Gary Johnson
Football League Championship 12th*
FA Cup Third Round*
League Cup Second Round (eliminated by Carlisle United)
Top goalscorer

League: Nicky Maynard (10)
All: Nicky Maynard (11)

* Competition in progress. Positions correct as of 28 December 2009.

Highest home attendance 16,035 (vs Watford, 28 December 2009)
Lowest home attendance 6,359 (vs Carlisle United, 26 August 2009)

The 2009–10 football season is Bristol City's 112th season as a professional football club and third consecutive season in the second division. They competed in the Football League Championship having finished in tenth position the previous season. Bristol City were knocked out in the second round of the Football League Cup against Carlisle United. They also entered the FA Cup in January 2010 at the third round stage.


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