HARRIS: Not pretty, but effective

Gloucester City boss Tim Harris saw his side dig in with ten men against Altrincham and claim a good win, describing the game as “not pretty, but effective”. The Tigers took the lead just after the half hour mark when Ed Williams capitalised on a defensive shambles to feed Joe Parker in the box, who […]

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RESULT: Best Tigers moment of 2016

Before we welcomed in 2017, gloucestercityafc.com gave Tigers fans the opportunity to vote for their favourite moment from the calendar year just gone. Following the postponement of our New Year’s Day game with Brackley Town due to a waterlogged pitch, the voting period was extended and we can now reveal the result of the poll. It was […]

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THE OPPOSITION: Stockport County

As we begin to wind down our look at our 2016/17 National League North opposition, we move on to the club with arguably the biggest fan base in the league: Stockport County. A Football League club for 106 years, Stockport has seen players like Micky Quinn, Bill Atkins and Andy Thorpe all grace Edgeley Park […]

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THE OPPOSITION: Nuneaton Town

After being liquidated in 2008, Nuneaton Borough FC were forced to reform as Nuneaton Town FC and the club has enjoyed a medium of success since then.\r\n\r\nThe club origins date from 1889 when young men from Nuneaton St. Nicolas Parish Church formed a football team to represent the town.\r\n\r\nOriginally playing only friendly games, from 1892 […]

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THE OPPOSITION: Gainsborough Trinity

Being in the National League North since its inception in 2004, Gainsborough Trinity are next on our list of opposition for the 2016/17 season.\r\n\r\nThe club was established in 1873 as Trinity Recreationists by Reverend George Langton Hodgkinson, the vicar at the Holy Trinity Church.\r\n\r\nIn 1889 the club were founder members of the Midland League, which […]

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THE OPPOSITION: FC United of Manchester

Having done the double over FC United of Manchester in 2015/16, Tim Harris’ men will be hopeful of doing the same in 2016/17.\r\n\r\nFC United have gathered international attention for their approach to fan ownership, and are one of the most well supported clubs in the National League North.\r\n\r\nFounded in 2005 by Manchester United supporters opposed […]

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THE OPPOSITION: FC Halifax Town

Seen by many as one of the main contenders for the National League North this season, we take a look at FC Halifax Town.\r\n\r\nOne of the youngest clubs in the league, FC Halifax Town were formed in 2008 from the remnants of Halifax Town FC, after the previous incarnation of the club went into administration […]

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