Albert Adomah’s Bristol City Relegated To The English Second Division

Posted On Tuesday, 16th April 2013

Ghana winger Albert Adomah's English club Bristol City have been relegated to the English third tier after losing to Birmingham 1-0 on Tuesday night.

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Ghana winger Albert Adomah’s English club Bristol City have been relegated to the English third tier after losing to Birmingham 1-0 on Tuesday night.

Bristol City’s six-season spell in the Championship came to an end with a home defeat as the Black Stars player played the entire duration of the game.

Needing victory to avoid the drop to League One, the Robins fell behind when Wade Elliott slotted into the bottom corner after Nathan Redmond’s run.

The home side missed a good chance to level when Sam Baldock fired narrowly wide from 20 yards after Steve Davies’s knockdown.

But Blues held on to send Bristol City down with three games remaining.

As for their own Championship status, victory has virtually secured Blues safety and they moved up into the league’s top half.

have become the first side to have their relegation from the Championship confirmed.

They went down 1-0 at home to Birmingham, Wade Elliott the scorer, meaning S lie 11 points from safety with just nine to play for.

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