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27/09/2016 - 14:13 BST

Bristol City Coach Reveals Reason Luke Ayling Sold To Leeds United


Bristol City first team coach John Pemberton has revealed that the club’s change in formation prompted the Robins to sell Luke Ayling to Leeds United in the summer.

The 25-year-old, whose side will travel to Ashton Gate for a Championship fixture on Tuesday night, will return to his former hunting ground for the first time since he joined the Whites on a three-year deal in August.

Ayling was a vital player for Bristol City when they deployed him as one of three centre-backs, but his role in the team was reduced once manager Lee Johnson decided to alter the Robins’ formation.

However, Pemberton insisted that Ayling, who plays as a right-back for the Yorkshire giants, is a good player, which can be seen by him moving to a club of Leeds’ stature.


“Luke was a fantastic fit for us when we played three centre-halves”, he was quoted as saying by the Yorkshire Evening Post.

“It was probably best that he moved when we decided to change formation because the role changed.

“All of a sudden we wanted different things for different positions and Luke wasn’t quite a fit.

"But you can tell he’s a good player because he’s gone to a big club.”

Ayling, who joined Bristol City from Yeovil Town in 2014, has thus far made eight Championship appearances for Leeds.