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Steve Cotterill begs Bristol City fans to stay until final whistle

Steve Cotterill begs Bristol City supporters to stay until the end of matches at Ashton Gate.

Bristol City manager Steve Cotterill has asked fans to stay until the end of games.

City have scored three of this season's five goals at Ashton Gate in the last few minutes of matches.

"We want everybody to stay until the final whistle," Cotterill told City's official YouTube channel. "That is three games now when the opposition fans are singing about fire drills.

"Just for us and for our club, please stay and support the lads until the end.

"I know you may get home half an hour later. I understand all the traffic because I've been there myself when I go to games, but please stay a little bit longer. We need you with us this season a lot more than last year."

Bristol scored goals in the 89th and 95th minutes to equalise 2-2 with Leeds United in August.

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A general view of Ashton Gate ahead of the Sky Bet League One match between Bristol City and Chesterfield at Ashton Gate on October 11, 2014
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