Tag Archive: News

Dec 09

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

Jody scores against Hillingdon Borough

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.

Nov 22

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


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.

Oct 24

Gloucester City defender Ollie Barnes – on scoring goals and being big in Hungary


After scoring his second goal in as many games Gloucester City defender Ollie Barnes talks to Neil Phelps about settling down at the club and becoming an internet sensation.

Oct 19

Another injury blow for unlucky Cinderford

As Cinderford Town prepare for their FA Trophy replay with Hungerford Town tonight manager Paul Weeks will be hoping not to lose another player to long term injury. Matt Barnes looks set to miss at least a month after breaking his ankle early on in the first half of Saturday’s game. The youngster spent the …

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Oct 18

FGR sign two ahead of Luton clash


Forest Green Rovers boss David Hockaday has signed two players ahead of their Blue Square Premier fixture away to Luton Town tomorrow night. With midfielder Lee Fowler out for at least a month after damaging his knee during training last week Hockaday has moved to sign Gary Mills on a month’s loan from Mansfield Town. …

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Oct 16

Striker Head joins FGR on loan

Forest Green Rovers manager David Hockaday moved into the loan market again to obtain the services of young striker Liam Head on a month’s loan from Plymouth Argyle. With Ross Dyer still not available Hockaday hopes he can make a good partner for Reece Styche who got his scoring boots back on against Grimsby in …

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Sep 20

Jack Harris – thanks to Tigers for support


Gloucester City defender Jack Harris admitted he felt a bit weird being back at the Abbey Business Stadium for his first game since breaking his leg. The 21-year-old spent several days in hospital after fracturing his left leg in two places during the Tigers clash with Corby Town in August. “It’s been strange,” he said. …

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Sep 05

Cinderford’s Seavill breaks leg

Cinderford Town striker Sean Seavill is being treated in hospital for a broken leg. The young striker, who has also enjoyed spells at Gloucester City and Forest Green Rovers reserves, was injured during the second half of the Forester’s game at Wimborne. Seavill, who studies at Hartpury College, was treated on the pitch for half …

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Sep 04

Mehew praises squad after Gloucester City win

Not the greatest win but it still counts – that was the verdict of Gloucester City manager Dave Mehew after his threadbare team beat Hyde by a single goal. With an injury ravaged squad Mehew named himself on the bench and played the last ten minutes of the game. “Fairplay to the whole squad,” he …

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Sep 03

Hockaday – come watch real football

Forest Green Rovers manager Dave Hockaday has given his backing to Non-League Day and is appealing to football fans from the Five Valleys and beyond to come and watch ‘real football.’ With Rovers welcoming newly promoted Southport to the New Lawn on Saturday Hocakday has told his players only a win is good enough. “Three …

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