Category Archive: Gloucester City

Jul 17

Rose boosts Cleeve staff

BISHOP’S Cleeve have boosted their club staff with the recruitment of former Gloucester City midfielder Matt Rose in a player/assistant managerial role, writes Richard Joyce. The experienced midfield man ended a lengthy second spell with Blue Square Bet North side Gloucester at the end of last season and links up with Southern League South & …

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Jun 05

Lock leaves Gloucester

Midfielder Matt Lock has confirmed he is leaving the Tigers after being offered the chance to play football in Australia. Matt, who joined City from Chelmsford City at the beginning of last season, announced his departure on Twitter. He will be joining Bunbury Forum Force, who play in the Football West State League Premier Division. …

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Apr 29

Colwyn Bay 4 – 2 Gloucester City

Gloucester City boss Dave Mehew boarded the fans coach to apologise for his team’s performance after a disappointing defeat at the hands of Colwyn Bay. Two Darren Edwards goals late in the second half couldn’t make up for a woeful first half. The travelling fans, resplendent in their traditional end of season fancy dress, barely …

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Apr 21

Gloucester City 1 – 2 Stalybridge Celtic

Gloucester City signed off their last game of the season with a defeat and a red card against promotion chasing Stalybridge Celtic. Jim Harvey’s men kept their play odd hopes alive with the 2-1 victory with goals from Jack Rea and Dennis Sherriff. But the depleted Tigers side made Celtic work hard for their win, …

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Apr 14

Droylsden 1 – 2 Gloucester City

Gloucester City boss Dave Mehew celebrated 200 games in charge with an important victory away at Droylsden. Despite injury worries and an untried keeper the Tigers eased to a 2-1 victory, taking them closer to safety in the Blue Square Bet North. Chris Humphries, more used to playing in the Toolstation Western Premier League, was …

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Apr 09

Gloucester City 0 – 1 Histon

Gloucester’s topsy turvey form continued with defeat at the hands of Histon. In a hard fought game City lost out to a goal scored against the run of play and battled hard in vain against a lacklustre Stutes side. City made two changes from the side which extended the away record against Corby to six …

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Mar 31

Gloucester City 1 – 3 Boston United

A Marc Newsham brace within a minute sealed a well worn win for Boston against a disjointed City team. With seven injured or suspended players in the stands Gloucester struggled against a strong Boston side. Boston put the battle scarred City team under pressure from the off. Spencer Weir-Daley forcing an early save from Lewis …

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Mar 20

Bird joins City

Experienced midfielder David Bird has joined Gloucester City until the end of the season. Full details on the official club site.

Mar 17

FC Halifax Town 0 – 0 Gloucester City

A serious injury to Steve Davies overshadowed Gloucester’s goalless draw with FC Halifax. Leaving the Shay with a point and a clean sheet and a clean sheet would normally be reason for moderate celebration but instead the Tigers squad spent the evening waiting outside A&E for Davies, who fractured his arm in the second half. …

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Mar 13

GFA Senior Challenge Cup: Gloucester City XI 1 – 2 Cheltenham Town XI (AET)

Cheltenham Town’s young guns battled past a Gloucester City XI for a hard fought County Cup victory. A strong Tigers’ side failed to capitalise on a bagful of chances and found Rubies’ keeper Brad Poole a tough act to beat in an entertaining game at Glevum Park. Matt Lock’s stunning extra time effort was cancelled …

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