Bristol City are having a tough time of things as of late having lost their last four fixtures in a row.
Lee Johnson must surely be feeling the pressure after such a poor run of results, only scoring two goals in the quartet of defeats.
At the same stage last season, the Robins were nine places and nine points better off than their current position of 14th and points haul of 22.
There has been significant investment in the squad, and the stadium and much more is expected after the backing received.
It has been an inconsistent and less effective campaign from all involved, and that could signal owner Steve Landsdown to start to consider the possibility of a replacement, should their poor form persist over the festive period and into the New Year.
With that said, here are three considerations to Landsdown should he need to do the unthinkable and ponder a replacement to the current first team-manager at Bristol City.
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