Joe Parker

Livewire former Newport County striker and another product of the Tigers youth academy, who moved to the Welsh side after catching the eye following a 19-minute hat-trick as an 18 year-old in a 7-0 FA Cup win over Yate Town. A natural finisher now back in his third spell with the club, Parker also does […]

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Ed Williams

Formerly of Cheltenham Town, Williams has excelled for Gloucester City since joining in 2015. With pace and trickery to his name, the versatile attacker adds a wealth of options to Tim Harris’ team, as well as being a very dangerous goal threat.

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Chris Knowles

Knowles was an integral part of the Tigers team in 2016/17. When Knowles was on the pitch, City averaged just over 2 points per game compared to under 1.5 points per game without him in the side. Senior Football Manager at Hartpury College during the day, Knowles brings calmness, organisation and communication to the team […]

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Joe Hanks

Hanks is a fans-favourite and seen by many as the natural successor to Tom Webb. Formerly of Cheltenham Town, Hanks is one of the most comfortable players on the ball in the side and has a touch of quality about his play that sets him above others, including an eye for goal – he chipped […]

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Sam Avery

A product of the much acclaimed Gloucester City Youth Development setup, Avery returned to the Tigers in 2014 after leading Shortwood United to a televised FA Cup first round tie against Port Vale. In 2015/16, Avery was voted as the Players and Supporters Player of the Season and continued his stellar performances in the 2016/17 […]

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Lewis Hall

Left sided player signed from Bristol City in 2015. Hall made the transition from left winger to left back for the 2016/17 campaign and looked a natural returning to the position he started his career at. Adept at the back and going forward, Hall is a versatile option for Tim Harris’ side.

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