Where are they now? The Bristol City team to last win at Burnley - including Swansea City icon

Nigel Pearson will need to end a near 15-year wait for a win at Burnley on Saturday with Bristol City.

Bristol City play their final game before the first international break of the season as they face Burnley at Turf Moor.

It is the Robins’ fourth visit to Lancashire this season after going to Wigan, Blackpool and Blackburn Rovers in the opening two months of the Championship season.

City are hoping to bounce back from their 3-2 defeat to Norwich City on Wednesday evening but face a Clarets side hopeful of returning to the Premier League at the first attempt.

Burnley are managed by Manchester City legend Vincent Kompany and they also have Josh Brownhill, a former midfielder of City in their ranks.

City don’t have the greatest of records against Burnley with five defeats in their last meetings, with their last win against them came in 2011, which came at Ashton Gate.

As for their last win in Burnley, you have to go back to December 2007 for the last time they won there and even then, that was a win 11-years in the making.

Tamas Vasko scored the only goal of the game in a 1-0 win for the Robins who were managed by Gary Johnson, who now manages Torquay United.

We take a look at what that team is up to now with some intriguing stories, including a Swansea City icon that is still playing to this day.

Adriano Basso

Basso is now the goalkeeping coach for League One club Sheffield Wednesday and spoke positively about his time in Bristol in an interview earlier this year.

Bradley Orr

He remains in Merseyside and helps run Cirque D-Play, which is an Indoor Play Centre.

Jamie McCombe

McCombe had a spell as caretaker manager of Lincoln City but a year later left and hung up the boots. He worked with Lee Johnson at Sunderland on a short-term basis but is now out of work in football.

Tamas Vasko was quite the find by then manager Gary Johnson. (Photo by Tom Shaw/Getty Images)

Tamas Vasko

Captain of Ujpest at the time, he was on trial at Southampton but City signed him on loan. The Hungarian centre-back made 19 appearances and his only goal came in the win against Burnley. He wasn’t kept on permanently and went to Italy before spending most of his career in his native homeland. He still plays to this day at 38-years-old for Aqvital FC Csakvar. He made 13 appearances for his country.

Jamie McAllister

McAllister works alongside Lee Johnson as a coach at Hibernian. His son Reuben was on the books of City but headed up to Edinburgh for an undisclosed fee.

Michael McIndoe

McIndoe returned to his native Scotland and now works as the sporting director and assistant manager of Gretna 2008 who play in the Lowland League.

David Noble

Noble has continued his playing career into his forties and is still with St Alban’s City, though he hasn’t made an appearance in the National League South this season.

Marvin Elliott

Elliott served City for seven years, making over 250 appearances with 28 goals to boast. The 37-year-old joined non-league Kingstonian and turned to stockbroking.

Ivan Sproule

Sproule turned to management after returning to Northern Ireland in 2016, going on to manage Dergview in the second tier of Northern Irish football.

Lee Johnson

Son of Gary, he had a point to prove but he put in consistent performances when he played.

Johnson is now the manager of Scottish Premiership clubs Hibernian after going on to manage City and later Sunderland.

Darren Byfield

Byfield joined City in the summer of August 2007 and he was a huge part of the club reaching the Championship play-offs, scoring eight goals that year.

After donning the role as super sub he left for Doncaster Rovers but failed to settle and moved to Oldham Athletic not long after. His longest stints after City were two years at Walsall, as well as spells in the non-league with Solihull Moors and Redditch United.

Brian Wilson

Came on as a substitute for Wilson in the 80th minute as Johnson tried to change things up. Wilson made 65 appearances across three-and-a-half seasons at City but found more of a home at Colchester United and later Oldham Athletic, which took his appearances in football to over 500.

Lee Trundle

Trundle was a Football League legend and is most remembered for his out of world skills. He had three seasons at City but was loaned to both Leeds United and Swansea City after only scoring eight goals in his time at Ashton Gate. After his City release he joined Neath in the Welsh Premier League before calling it a day for three years, then returning to Welsh football.

At 45-years-old, Trundle is still playing now in the second tier of Welsh football for Ammanford, who also had Andy Robinson and Leon Britton on their books.