Tag Archive: Gloucester City

Feb 08

Hinckley United 3-0 Gloucester City

If Friday’s valiant defeat at Luton in the FA Trophy showed the Tigers at their battling best, then Monday night’s dire performance at Hinckley was surely the polar opposite. From the first whistle City looked jaded and lacklustre and failed to register a single shot on goal in ninety minutes; the fact that their opponents …

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Jan 27

Gloucester City 1-1 Worcester City

Gloucester City: 1 (Mullings P 64) Worcester City: 1 (Walker 49) Battling Gloucester City clawed back a point in a tense local derby against Worcester City at Whaddon Road. After Tigers winger Hector Mackie was shown a straight red for a rash tackle on Danny Glover at the end of the first half the home …

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Jan 15

FA Trophy: Boston United 0 – 1 Gloucester City

A heroic battle saw Gloucester beat Boston by a single goal to make the third round of the FA Trophy.

In a match where the pressure on the visitors went down to the final minute Gloucester, clad in their own away kit but apparently Boston United’s distinctive orange socks, scored a historic victory.

Dec 24

City add striker Pountney to squad

Gloucester City boss David Mehew has moved to sign Stourport Swifts striker Lewis Pountney as he sets his squad up to cope with a New Year’s fixture backlog. Pountney, who trained with City the squad during the week, has already bagged eight goals for Stourport in the Zamaretto Division One South & West, and Mehew …

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Dec 09

SportGlos Special: Jody Bevan on City, Ciren and Le Sulk

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The FA Trophy derby between Cirencester Town and Gloucester City will see some familiar faces lining up against their old teams. Here striker Jody Bevan talks to SportGlos about his best moments at both clubs.

Dec 08

Sysum focuses on FA Trophy tie

Matty Sysum is awarded MoM after Ciren's game against Banbury

Forget the damp squib of City v United, football fans in Gloucestershire have a proper derby on their hands this weekend when Cirencester Town welcome Gloucester City to the Corinium Stadium.
For defender Matty Sysum, who joined Cirencester from Gloucester last season the excitement is building.

Dec 02

Broken promises, white elephants, promotion and homelessness: A Nomad’s guide to League and Non League Football

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What does being a football fan mean to you? Here Matt Bowman explores the highs and the lows of being an avid supporter…

Nov 22

SportGlos Special: Alex Sykes on Futsal, Forest Green and beating Farnborough

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Not many could argue with the impact Alex Sykes has had on the recent history of some of Gloucestershire’s biggest non league football clubs, writes Richard Joyce.

The Staffordshire born midfielder has enjoyed huge success since his arrival in the county as a student at the University of Gloucestershire after turning down a week to week contract at Football League side Mansfield Town, the club where he made his one and only Football League appearance, slamming in a spectacular edge of the box effort on his debut against Walsall.

Nov 20

Gloucester City Development 1-4 Old Woodstock Town Res.

Gloucester City Development succumbed to their first Hellenic League defeat today in a top of the table clash, as second placed Old Woodstock Town proved to be too strong for the City youngsters. Gloucester started brightly and took the lead on 15 minutes when Mann fed Prictor down the left channel to send in a …

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Nov 19

Thatcham Town Res. 1-0 Gloucester City Dev.

Gloucester City Development were left frustrated as they were knocked out of the Hellenic Floodlit Cup by Thatcham Town Reserves last night. Stand out performances from Mike Tambling and Tom Parrinello weren’t enough to see the Tigers progress, although they hit the crossbar three times. Co-Manager Ben Symons said: ‘It was one of those games …

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