Date: 26th March 2020 at 10:45am
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Some Bristol City fans have been reacting to a tweet that was recently posted by the Robins’ official Twitter account, which shares footage of Lee Johnson sending “a message” to Bristol City supporters. 

The Bristol City manager shares his gratitude towards fans of the club in the message which was recently shared by the club on Twitter. Johnson praises Robins fans for their interaction with the club and its players on social media, during the current absence of football following the postponement of “the professional game in England” which was announced by efl.com on 13 March. 

Johnson goes on to reassure fans that he is using this time away from the game to “plan and work hard” to prepare his side to “hit the ground running” once the Championship season resumes, which is currently planned to occur no earlier than 30 April, as reported by the BBC.

Some Bristol City fans have been sharing positive reactions in response to Johnson’s recent message. Read the posts from some Robins supporters praising Johnson in response to this footage in the tweets below.

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Considering that there are currently no professional football matches being played in England, it may be understandable why some Bristol City fans have reacted positively to this message from the Robins’ manager, as communication like this may help to keep those within the club connected with the team’s fans during this time in which the fans are unable to see the team in action at Ashton Gate.