Bristol City attacker heads out on loan until the summer

Ephraim Yeboah, a young player for Bristol City, has joined Bath City on loan, the club’s official website has stated.

For the time being, Bristol City has allowed the attacker to leave.

Yeboah, 17, will be looking to enhance his growth by gaining as much gaming experience as possible.

He will play the remainder of the season in the National League South, according to the Robins.

Bristol City loan exit

Yeboah has a fantastic opportunity to gain experience and play senior football now that he is a Bath player.

He’s been hanging out at Twerton Park with another Bristol City player Josey Casa-Grande, and he’s expected to make his new team’s debut this evening when they play Braintree Town. As they aim for promotion to the National League, they are presently positioned in fourth place on the table.

Yeboah moved to Ashton Gate back in 2021 after playing for Bristol Inner City FC.

He began first-team training last summer and participated in preseason play under former head coach Nigel Pearson.

After signing a professional deal that would last until June 2026, the striker faced Oxford United in the Carabao Cup and made his debut.

Since then, Yeboah has made 12 appearances for Bristol City in all competitions this season, and the Championship team is expected to have a bright future with him.

He momentarily quits the Robins’ side, who are presently ranked 12th in the standings. With 12 games remaining in the current term, they are 11 points outside of the playoffs.

Liam Manning wants to finish the season strong so that he can begin thinking about the summer. This has been an uneven season.


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