Who Are Ya... Bristol City?
Nickname: The Robins
Ground: Ashton Gate
How to get there: By Car: From Gillingham, take the A229 to the M20, then take the M26 to the M25 clockwise. Exit M25 at junction 15 and follow the M4 westbound. Leave the M4 at Junction 19 and take the M32 towards Bristol. Get on the A4 into the centre of Bristol and then the A3029 to the ground. Distance from Priestfield: 172 miles. Approximate time: 3hrs 12mins
Nearest station: Bristol Temple MeadsWebsites: Official Website, Vital Bristol City.
Manager: Gary Johnson, in charge since September 2005.Last five games v Gillingham:
11/03/06: League One - Bristol City (Brooker, Carey 2, Skuse (pen), Wilkshire, McCammon) 6-0 Gillingham
26/12/05: League One - Gillingham (Flynn) 1-1 Bristol City (Murray)
11/03/00: Division Two - Bristol City 0-1 Gillingham (Hessenthaler)
02/11/99: Division Two - Gillingham (Taylor 3) 3-0 Bristol City
14/02/98: Division Two - Bristol City 0-2 Gillingham (Corbett, Southall)
All-time record v the Gills:
Gills wins: 19
Bristol City wins: 22Remember me? Links between these two clubs are few and far between, and for individual performances, it is hard to pick anyone out after the 6-0 hammering we suffered at Ashton Gate last season. I think we saw too much of all of them!Man to watch: Phil Jevons. Scored 16 goals for Yeovil last season and in a successful team will be hoping to score even more. The former Everton and Grimsby man has teamed up with former Yeovil boss Gary Johnson once again and will be a real man to watch.2006/07 prospects: Johnson took over after a disastrous start and eventually turned City's form around. They have strengthened well and should be real contenders and could well be celebrating promotion in May - if not a title win.