Bristol City trialist turned down League Two move and former player catches eye

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The latest Bristol City news and rumours on Tuesday.

Bristol City are back in action tonight at home to Luton Town.

The Robins have one point from their opening three Championship games so are in the hunt for their first win.

They drew 1-1 away at Wigan Athletic last time out.

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Here is a look at the latest news coming out of the club today...

More on Bamba’s situation

BristolWorld have revealed that Sol Bamba is training with Bristol City following his departure from Middlesbrough.

The centre-back was on the verge of signing for Swindon Town in League Two earlier this summer in a player-coach capacity.

However, he rejected the chance to join the Wiltshire club in the end, as reported by the Swindon Advertiser at the time, and is now being looked at by Nigel Pearson.

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Former Robin catching eye

Callum O’Dowda left Ashton Gate at the end of the last campaign when his contract expired.

He was subsequently snapped up by fellow second tier outfit Cardiff City on a free transfer and has since been a hit with the Bluebirds.

The winger will be lining up against his former club this weekend.

O’Dowda has received high praise from Irish sports website, who believe he is ‘forcing’ his way back into the Republic of Ireland national team set-up under Stephen Kenny.

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Luton injury latest

Luton go into tonight’s clash against Bristol City with a few injury woes.

Dion Pereira, Henri Lansbury and Carlos Mendes Gomes all picked up knocks in midweek, whilst Harry Cornick, Fred Onyedinma, Alfie Doughty, Luke Berry and Pelly Ruddock are all out injured as well, as per a report by Luton Today.

The Hatters lost their last game 1-0 at home to Preston North End.

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