Ian Holloway says he plans to hold a meeting with his players to set them straight after a disappointing result at Ashton Gate.

The Hoops fell to a comfortable 2-0 defeat against 10-man Bristol City yesterday afternoon, and Holloway says he’s not happy.

He said: “It was very difficult day for me to take, but that’s my ego, that’s my pride and I’ll get over it.

“We’ve got a massive meeting on Monday, because I’m not happy with that. Not in a million years. That’s two weeks in a row that we’ve let a goal in from a corner and looked paralysed.

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“I’ve got some young players in and around my squad now but that’s what we’ve got to do, they’ve got to come to the fore and when I put them on they’ve got to show a little bit more than that and give me the enthusiasm that Bristol City broke with, because that’s unacceptable to me.

“I’ve got to re-galvanise us. We’ve got Barnsley next and that’s more important than anything.”

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