Bristol City fans are feeling positive this season
Believe Bristol City have a realistic chance of winning a trophy
Bristol City fans are presently mostly feeling Hope
Bristol City's fans table estimates averaged a placing of 8.4
77% of Bristol City fans are happy with the team's current management
Bristol City fans want to see a Striker transfer
Are satisfied with Bristol City's recruitment so far this summer
Kal Naismith / Free / Luton
The Scottish centre-back was excellent for Luton last season, picking up their Player of the Season prize, and immediately upgrades a leaky Robins defence. 4/5.
Mark Sykes / Free / Oxford United
A versatile midfielder who can play centrally or on the right, Skyes regularly contributed goals and assists in League One last season. Will need time to adjust to the second tier. 2/5
Kane Wilson / Free / Forest Green
City beat off interest from rival second-tier clubs to secure the right wing-back, who was a key part of Forest Green's promotion challenge - assisting 13 league goals. 3/5.
Stefan Bajic / Free / Pau
Bajic has never played outside of his native France but the Robins have high hopes the 20-year-old goalkeeper, who represented France at international level as a youth, can challenge Dan Bentley for the number one shirt. 3/5
Free / Cardiff
Free / Coventry
Free / Barnsley
Chris Martin proved an aerial threat throughout last season, winning 6.7 headers per 90 minutes, the most in the Championship.
Only Reading kept fewer clean sheets than Bristol City last season but the signing of Kal Naismith should go some way to improving their defence.
Bristol City are good starters, taking a minimum of eight points from their first six games over the last five years and, based on average finishing, have been handed the easiest start to the 22/23 campaign.
Antoine Semenyo had 12 assists last season - only two players had more in the Championship and the forward also scored eight goals.
Poor defending was an ongoing problem for Bristol City last season and the issue must be resolved if they are to transition from a team fearing relegation to one pushing for promotion. City shipped 77 goals last season (the third-highest in the division), but they were the highest scorers outside the top six with Andreas Weimann and Antoine Semenyo providing lots of match-winning moments.
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