HANKS: The boys were impressed

Gloucester City midfielder Joe Hanks says that he “actually enjoyed” his role in goal when stepping in for Jasbir Singh on Saturday against Curzon Ashton.\r\n\r\nThe former Cheltenham Town youth product, who began the first half in midfield for the Tigers, had to step in for Singh before half-time as he was sent off by referee […]

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REPORT: Gloucester City 0-2 Curzon Ashton

Gloucester City were left lamenting a couple of contentious refereeing decisions, as Jasbir Singh saw red and midfielder Joe Hanks had to step in goal, but couldn’t break down a well drilled Curzon Ashton.\r\n\r\nThe Tigers should have taken the lead within the first five minutes as Luke Hopper broke away one-on-one but Cameron Mason pulled […]

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HARRIS: Our passing was sublime

Gloucester City made it three wins on the bounce after a dominant away performance at Alfreton Town on Tuesday evening.\r\n\r\nSpeaking to gloucestercityafc.com after the game, Harris praised his side’s patience and the “sublime” passing play that he witnessed.\r\n\r\n”It was another good team performance” Harris said. “I was pleased with our patience in possession and some of our […]

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THE OPPOSITION: Curzon Ashton

In our series looking at our opposition for next seasons 2016/2017 National League North season, we come to Curzon Ashton.\r\n\r\n‘The Nash’ are currently enjoying the best spell in the club’s history, having finished in it’s highest ever league position of 11th in English football’s second tier of non-league.\r\n\r\nManager John Flanagan’s successful five-year tenure continues as […]

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