Winger Albert Adomah signs new deal at Bristol City

Albert Adomah
Adomah signed for £140,000 from Barnet last summer

Bristol City winger Albert Adomah has signed a new three-year deal to keep him at Ashton Gate until 2014.

The 23-year-old was ex-boss Steve Coppell's first signing in July and has been ever-present this term, scoring five goals.

Meanwhile, City have released Ivan Sproule, John Akinde, Patrick Hoban and Jimmy Keohane.

Sproule, 30 and Akinde, 21, have recently been on loan at Notts County and Dagenham & Redbridge respectivly.

Irish youngsters Hoban, 19, and Keohane have not yet made a first-team appearance.

Goalkeepers David James and Stephen Henderson are set to join David Gerken in committing to the club for next season.

Joe Edwards has signed on for another year, with Marlon Jackson likely to follow suit while Danny Ball and Joe Lennox have both been given short-term deals until January 2012.

City have already offered first professional terms to Bobby Reid, Joe Bryan, Henry Muggeridge, Lewis Carey and Aaron-Amadi Holloway.

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