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Take a punt on Betsy?

Bristol City's reserve striker Kevin Betsy is the latest in a long line to be linked with a move to the Alexandra Stadium.

First team Coach Steve Holland and Assistant Manager Neil Baker went to watch Bristol City reserves win 7-1 on Tuesday night. It was believed they were watching Phil Jevons who hit a hatrick in the match, Betsy was also on the scoresheet in that game.

It appears unlikely that the Robins will let Jevons leave on loan and the club may turn their attention to Kevin Betsy who could be available as he is well down the pecking order at Ashton Gate.

He joined Bristol City in January from Wycombe in a 150,000 deal from Wycombe. He started his career with Fulham and has had spells with Oldham and Barnsley.




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Writer: Matt Owen Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday September 27 2007

Time: 9:11AM

 

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