Two more players have left Forest Green Rovers ahead of the January transfer window. Mike Fowler and Curtis McDonald have both signed for Newport County. The pair played their last game for Rovers in November against Rushden and Diamonds. A statement from FGR said: “The club wishes both players the best for the future and …
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Forest Green Rovers need to up their game if they want to turn around their recent poor form according to midfielder Mike Fowler.
After a win against York and a draw away at Eastbourne Rovers still have a long way to go to escape a relegation dogfight and Fowler does not believe the team have turned a corner just yet.
The same starting line up which excelled against Ardley last week turned in a lacklustre performance against Thame at Meadowbank on Saturday and left John Evans frustrated to say the least: “ We were really poor today and Ash Thomas was the only player who played anywhere near his ability! We had a lot of …
Cleeve made the long trip to Dorest worthwhile by crushing Wimborne. Assitant Manager Alex Sykes opened the scoring on 24 to leave Cleeve with an advantage heading into half time. Mark Pritchett added a second on 60 minutes and Wimborne began to leave gaps at the back as they were forced to chase the game. …
Gloucester City captain Tom Webb has paid tribute to Stan Myers as he moves closer to breaking his all time appearance record for the club. The pair will receive a special award from the Mayor of Gloucester Jan Lugg ahead of kick off against Gainsborough Trinity on Saturday in recognition of the contribution they have …
It is difficult to be critical of a performance that saw Shortwood win 6-0 but the fact is that the margin of victory should have been far higher given the level of possession Shortwood enjoyed and the chances they created. At times Shortwood’ s football was delightful but after the half time break, with Wood …
Stafford Rangers: 0 Gloucester City: 2 (Symons 5, Barnes 88) Gloucester City beat ten-man Stafford by two goals and showed new Rangers boss Tim Flowers they are a force to be reckoned with in the Blue Square Bet North. The win, thanks to goals from Mike Symons and Ollie Barnes moves the Tigers into the …
Gloucester City’s Will Morford says friendly rivalry with his housemate and strike partner Mike Symons is spurring him on this season.
Morford and Symons, both lecturers, share a house in Quedgeley and Symons currently leads in the scoring stakes with four goals, but Morford got off the mark on Saturday with the winner against Eastwood.
With Symons set to lose one of his goals if Ilkeston’s results are expunged Morford is keen to put his injury troubled pre-season behind him and catch his housemate up.