Category Archive: Junior Football

Sep 01

Countdown to Non League Day: what does non league mean to local footballers?

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In anticipation of Non League Day this Saturday, Sportglos is asking local footballers what non league means to them. First up are Cirencester Town’s Jamie Reid and Gloucester’s Mike Tambling: Name: Jamie Reid Age: 22 Club: Cirencester Town Position: Midfield Best non league moment? Winning promotion to the Southern Prem with Ciren Why is Non …

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Aug 20

Hartpury teen has trial at Manchester City

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Hartpury College student Thomas Boakye was invited to trial at Manchester City FC from 10th August for two weeks. If Thomas performs well then this could be extended for a further three weeks prior to the start of his second year of his National Diploma programme at Hartpury College. The former Right to Dream Academy …

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Aug 11

Symons to manage City Development team

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Former Ledbury Town manager Ben Symons (pictured) is to take the helms of the Gloucester City Development squad as they embark on their first season in the Hellenic Reserve League Div 1. Symons met with Youth Development Director Kenny Blackburn and took the first training session on monday, and expressed his excitement at the new …

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Aug 05

Online Petition takes off for Webb and Myers

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An online petition has been started to see that Gloucester City Captain Tom Webb, and current record-appearance holder Stan Myers, are made Freemen of the City of Gloucester when Webb makes his 414th appearance and breaks the record. Webb, 26, is currently on 402 appearances and made his debut in 2001 as a 16 year …

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Aug 03

Samba Soccer Joma hoodie competition winner revealed

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Thanks for all you enteries to our July competition to win a Joma fleece hoodie, courtesy of Samba Soccer. We are pleased to announce that the winner is Harvey Ayres, who correctly answered that Gloucester’s Mike Green used to play for Bath City. The prize will be winging its way to Harvey very soon. In …

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Jul 17

Cheltenham Town 5 – 0 Gloucester City

Cheltenham Town v Glouceste City Cheltenham Town: 5 (Thomas 8, Elliot 11, Low 53, Lee 82, Smikle 84) Gloucester City: 0 Cheltenham Town: S Brown; D Bird (K Haynes 70), S Elliott (M Riley 46, F Artus 76), K Lowe, D Andrew; J Low (J Emery 70), M Pook (A Gallinagh 58), F Artus (J …

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Jul 16

Three derby games for the price of one at Whaddon Road tomorrow!

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Gloucester take on local rivals Cheltenham Town tomorrow in the first game at their new home from home, Whaddon Road at 3pm. The main event is likely to be an enthralling affair, but for those of us whose thirst for football just cannot be quenched the day begins with a match between Cheltenham Town Ladies …

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Jul 16

Gloucester AFC v Gloucester CC for Glyn Picton match

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Fresh from their pre-season friendly with Cheltenham Town, Gloucester City FC will take on Gloucester City CC on Sunday July 18 in the annual Glyn Picton Memorial Cricket Match. The match will begin at 2pm at the Spa Cricket Ground, next to Gloucester Park and this year all funds raised will be split equally between …

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Jul 12

Johnstone’s Paint Trophy searching for best non-league Managers

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The Johnstone’s Paint Trophy has launched a competition to find the best non-league Managers in the country. Fan’s can nominate their Manager during July and every nomination will be displayed on the website during August for fans to log on and vote for their favourite. The winner will receive the first ever ‘Johnstone’s Marvellous Manager’ …

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Jul 09

Hartpury College scoops £1,075 post grant

Following a successful funding bid to the Football Foundation, Hartpury College has been awarded a £1,075 grant to replace its football goalposts with new, safer ones. The College was awarded the grant after applying to the Football Foundation’s Goalpost Safety Scheme.  Since 1991 nine young footballers have tragically been killed in the UK by unsafe …

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