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Newport County

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Friday 13th March 2015 19.45
League Two
Newport County 1 Cheltenham Town 1 HT: 1-1 Att: 2,951 Ent: £15 Prog £3.50 Coffee £1
Storey 38 : Burns 13

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Newport County

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Friday 13th March 2015 19.45
League Two
Newport County 1 Cheltenham Town 1 HT: 1-1 Att: 2,951 Ent: £15 Prog £3.50 Coffee £1
Storey 38 : Burns 13

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Football League

Cheltenham Town, Leyton Orient, Barnet and Wycombe lead chase for non-league ace

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The Conference South's leading goalscorer Dave Tarpey is being chased by a number of Football League clubs, Just Football understands. The 28-year-old has lit up non-league football this season...

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Cheltenham Town, Leyton Orient, Barnet and Wycombe lead chase for non-league ace

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The Conference South's leading goalscorer Dave Tarpey is being chased by a number of Football League clubs, Just Football understands. The 28-year-old has lit up non-league football this season...

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Cheltenham Boss Gary Johnson Admits Ingenious Masterplan To Beat Relegation May Have Failed…

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By Chris Wright

Second bottom of League Two with just two games left to play, it looks for all the world that Cheltenham Town are going to be playing non-league football next season.

This will no doubt come as a major disappointment to new bossGary Johnson, who was appointed last month to help steer the struggling club clear of relegation.

1st class city, 3rd class football

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YORK CITY 0-0 CHELTENHAM TOWN
Saturday 22nd September 2012
Football League 2
Bootham Crescent, York

Before the season began and the fixtures released this was one away fixture for Cheltenham Town that was the number one priority. Why you may ask do you want to visit York City FC for a Cheltenham game, when you could visit it any time?

The 200% Pre-Season Previews: League Two

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With time being short before the first games kickoff, this division will be a little briefer than the Championship and League One. As with the other divisions, not all signings have been named, so if you notice someone, or perhaps a club that I've "missed", chances are I haven't actually missed them, just made a decision to omit them.

Birthday footy

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DAGENHAM & REDBRIDGE 0-5 CHELTENHAM TOWN
Saturday 18th February 2012
Football League 2
The London Borough of Barking & Dagenham Stadium


Today is the 35th birthday of the editor / big chief of All Roads Lead Somewhere and this was spent in east London. It had been suggested around Christmas time about going out for the day with my wife (Angela), mum (Christine) and her partner Dave but the question was where?

The changing fortunes of Cheltenham Town

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A plum FA Cup tie away at Tottenham Hotspur, an unbeaten run away from home
and whispers of a promotion push when did all start going so right
 for Cheltenham Town?

From the dark months of the Martin Allen era which saw the manager
 leave under a cloud after unproven accusations of racism levelled at him by a nightclub bouncer and a precarious escape from the drop zone
the Robins (or the Rubies are they are known this season due to their special 125th anniversary kit) have had a remarkable change in fortunes both on and off the pitch.

Bananas, banter and blowtorches – the Julian Alsop story

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Shortly before 5pm this afternoon a 37-year-old man burnt a pair of football boots in a field in Gloucestershire and in doing so brought the curtain down on an illustrious career spanning more than 20 years and almost as many clubs.

Julian Alsop headed home a last-minute equaliser in Bishop Cleeve's Zamaretto South and West season finale against North Leigh shortly before he took a blowtorch to his boots, ending his last game in typically flamboyant style.

The Football League Previews 2010/11 – Part 1: The Championship

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In the last of three twohundredpercent Football League season previews (compiled before tonight's match between Norwich City and Watford), Rob Freeman previews the Championship, predicts one of the relegated Premier League sides bouncing straight back up, consolidation for two of the promoted sides, and notices how little transfer activity there is compared to the rest of the league, and how the quality has dropped – again – in the second tier.

Crewe Alexandra

What’s gone wrong with Nick Powell?

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Nick Powell signed for Manchester United in the summer of 2012 for a deal that was worth up to £6 million for Crewe Alexandra.

Most United fans didn't know much about him but had seen his brilliant goal at Wembley against Cheltenham Town which secured his club's place in League One for the following season when he was just 18 years old.

Nick Powell Wins At Northwest Football Awards

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Nick Powell was tonight given the League Two Player of the Year Award at the Northwest Football Awards for his contribution to Crewe Alexandra's season.

Powell was Crewe's top scorer and finished his season with a brilliant goal against Cheltenham Town in the play-offs at Wembley.

Crewe had already named him their Young Player and Player of the Year, as well as awarding him with goal of the season.

Capital One Cup First-Round Draw: Football League Newbies Fleetwood Town Get Underway At Nott’m Forest

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By Chris Wright

Just a quickie to keep y'all abreast of happenings on the domestic front, in so far as the draw for the first round of the Capital One Cup (or the League Cup as it's also known) has been made this morning.

It looks a little like this.

Crewe Alexander 8 - 1 Cheltenham Town FC

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Saturday 2nd April - Football League 2
The funeral rights await a season which started with childish high hopes and comes unstuck with the humiliations of late middle age. You wish you could slink away and let it die. The trouble is I know where I'll be next Saturday at 3pm.
Crewe Alexandra: R Taylor; M Tootle, A M Westwood, D Artell, D Blanchett; D Shelley (B Moore 81), A R Westwood, L Bell; S Miller (J Connerton 77), C Donaldson, J Grant.

Out Foxed

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Tonight, girls and boys, I have been taking part in a football tournament.
.
At an event entitled 'Nosh and Becks'.

An evening of lager, nibbles and a round robin table football competition.

My Lover and I only managed 1 win out of 5.

We were encouraged to wear our home strips.

Leicester City

Alliterative Footballers in the Premier League, Championship, League One and League Two

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A list of footballers who have played in the Premier League, Championship, League One or League Two this season with their first name beginning with the same letter as their surname. Please let me know if you are aware of any others.

  • Adebayo Akinfenwa (Northampton Town)
  • Adebayo Azeez (Wycombe Wanderers & Leyton Orient)
  • Ahmed Abdulla (Barnet)
  • Akwasi Asante (Shrewsbury Town)
  • Ali Al Habsi (Wigan Athletic)
  • Almen Abdi (Watford)
  • Andreas Arestidou (Morecambe)
  • Andrey Arshavin (Arsenal)
  • Antolín Alcáraz (Wigan Athletic)
  • Barry Bannan (Aston Villa)
  • Bartosz Bialkowski (Notts County)
  • Billy Bodin (Torquay United)
  • Brian Barry-Murphy (Rochdale)
  • Chris Cohen (Nottingham Forest)
  • Christopher Chantler (Carlisle United)
  • Ciaran Clark (Aston Villa)
  • Clarke Carlisle (York City & Northampton Town)
  • Conor Clifford (Portsmouth & Crawley Town)
  • Courtney Cameron (Rotherham United)
  • Craig Cathcart (Blackpool)
  • Craig Clay (Chesterfield)
  • Craig Conway (Cardiff Dragons)
  • Craig Curran (Rochdale)
  • Cyrus Christie (Coventry Dragons)
  • Damien Delaney (Crystal Palace & Ipswich Town)
  • Danny Drinkwater (Leicester City)
  • Darryl Duffy (Cheltenham Town)
  • David Davis (Wolverhampton Wanderers)
  • David De Gea (Manchester United)
  • David Dunn (Blackburn Rovers)
  • Diego De Girolamo (Sheffield United)
  • Donervon Daniels (Tranmere Rovers)
  • Dorian Dervite (Charlton Athletic)
  • Ethan Ebanks-Landell (Bury)
  • Frank Fielding (Derby County)
  • Gábor Gyepes (Portsmouth)
  • Gaël Givet (Blackburn Rovers)
  • Gary Gardner (Aston Villa)
  • Gianluca Gracco (Dagenham & Redbridge)
  • Gordon Greer (Brighton & Hove Albion)
  • Harry Hooman (Cheltenham Town)
  • Heidar Helguson (Cardiff Dragons)
  • Jake Jervis (Portsmouth, Tranmere Rovers, Carlisle United & Birmingham City)
  • Jake Jones (Walsall)
  • Jamie Jones (Leyton Orient)
  • Jermaine Johnson (Sheffield Wednesday)
  • Joe Jacobson (Shrewsbury Town)
  • Johnnie Jackson (Charlton Athletic)
  • Jussi Jääskeläinen (West Ham United)
  • Kei Kamara (Norwich City)
  • Keith Keane (Preston North End)
  • Leon Legge (Gillingham & Brentford)
  • Leroy Lita (Sheffield Wednesday & Birmingham City)
  • Marcus Marshall (Bury)
  • Mark Molesley (Exeter City & Plymouth Argyle)
  • Marko Marin (Chelsea)
  • Marvin Morgan (Shrewsbury Town)
  • Mathieu Manset (Carlisle United)
  • Matt Mitchel-King (AFC Wimbledon)
  • Matthew McClure (Wycombe Wanderers)
  • Matthew Mills (Bolton Wanderers)
  • Michael Morrison (Charlton Athletic)
  • Modibo Maïga (West Ham United)
  • Nyron Nosworthy (Watford)
  • Olanrewaju Oyebanjo (York City)
  • Osayamen Osawe (Accrington Stanley)
  • Oulwasanmi Odelusi (Bolton Wanderers)
  • Paul Parry (Shrewsbury Town)
  • Pavel Pogrebnyak (Reading)
  • Phil Picken (Bury)
  • Richard Ravenhill (Bradford City)
  • Robbie Rogers (Stevenage)
  • Sam Saunders (Brentford)
  • Sam Slocombe (Scunthorpe United)
  • Sam Sodje (Portsmouth)
  • Scott Shearer (Rotherham United)
  • Sean Scannell (Huddersfield Town)
  • Sean St.

2012 FA Cup Third Round Draw: City Draw United

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The draw for this season's FA Cup 3rd round was made today with Manchester City drawn Manchester United at hom in what is the draw of the round. There will be only one other all Premier League tie with Newcastle at home to Blackburn, while non-league Tamworth got a dream tie with Everton at Goodison Park.

2009/10 report

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With the football season now ended for me, below is a brief outline of the season...


Number of games: 45
Number of new grounds: 40
Number of new clubs seen: 41
Number of different leagues seen games in: 18
Number of new leagues: 7


Central Midlands League: Easington United, FC 05, Kirkby Town, Louth Town, Parramore Sports, Westella & Willerby
Cheshire League: Whitchurch Alport
Conference: Mansfield Town
Coventry Alliance: Witherley United
Football League: Burton Albion
Leicester & District League: Belgrave, Cosby United, County Hall, Glen Villa, Mountsorrel Amateurs
Leicestershire Senior League: Melton Mowbray
Midland Combination: AFC Smethwick, Lichfield City, Shirley Town
Midlands Regional Alliance: Allenton United, Melbourne Dynamo
North Leicestershire League: Caterpillar, Markfield
Northants Combination: Brixworth All Saints, Medbourne, Ringstead Rangers
Notts Senior League: Attenborough, Bulwell, Cotgrave Welfare, Magdala Amateurs
Peterborough & District League: Uppingham Town
Shropshire County League: FC Hodnet, Morda United
Southern League: Cirencester Town, Hednesford Town, Nuneaton Town
United Counties League: Sleaford Town
Welsh League: Newcasgtle Emlyn, Treharris Athletic Western, Troedyrhiw
West Midlands (Regional) League: Lye Town

Best game: Burton Albion v Cheltenham Town (5-6) Cheltenham were two goals down three times before winning it in injury time.

FA Cup

Cheltenham vs Everton, FA Cup Third Round: Open Thread

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League Two side Cheltenham Town face Everton tonight in the last FA Cup match of the weekend. The game will be beamed live on television across the world from Whaddon Road, the quaint ground on the edge of the Cotswolds ... Continue reading...

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Cheltenham Town vs. Everton: Key Players to Watch in FA Cup Third-Round Match

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Everton player Nikica Jelavic (Photo by Stu Forster/Getty Images)

With both teams encouragingly positioned in their respective divisions, Cheltenham Town and Everton will head into battle on Monday with their sights set on progress to the FA Cup Fourth Round.

Cheltenham's cup aspirations were ended in the third round last year after a 3-0 loss away to Tottenham Hotspur.

Resultados FA Cup 2011/2012 Tercer Ronda Ida

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Resultados FA Cup 2011/2012 Tercer Ronda Ida
Viernes 6 de enero de 2012 5 Liverpool vs Oldham Athletic 1Sábado 7 de enero de 2012 0 Birmingham vs Wolverhampton Wanderers 00 Dagenham & Redbridge vs Millwall 02 Barnsley vs Swansea City 41 Brighton vs Wrexham 11 Coventry City vs Southampton 21 Crawley Town vs Bristol City 01 Derby County vs Crystal Palace 00 Doncaster Rovers vs Notts County 22 Everton vs Tamworth 01 Fleetwood Town vs Blackpool 54 Fulham vs Charlton Athletic 01 Gillingham vs Stoke City 33 Hull City vs Ipswich Town 12 Macclesfield Town vs Bolton Wanderers 21 Middlesbrough vs Shrewsbury Town 01 Milton Keynes Dons vs Queens Park Rangers 12 Newcastle United vs Blackburn Rovers 14 Norwich City vs Burnley 10 Nottingham Forest vs Leicester City 00 Reading vs Stevenage 13 Sheffield United vs Salisbury City 12 Swindon Town vs Wigan Athletic 13 Tottenham Hotspur vs Cheltenham Town 04 Watford vs Bradford City 24 West Bromwich Albion vs Cardiff City 21 Bristol Rovers vs Aston Villa 3Domingo 8 de enero de 2012 2 Manchester City vs Manchester United 34 Chelsea vs Portsmouth 01 Sheffield Wednesday vs West Ham United 00 Peterborough United vs Sunderland 2Lunes 9 de enero de 2012 1 Arsenal vs Leeds United 0 Gracias por tu visita Estadísticas de Fútbol

5,000 robins descend on North London

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TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR 3–0 CHELTENHAM TOWN Saturday 7th January 2012 FA Cup 3rd Round White Hart Lane
Sometimes in football cup draws fall the way you like and prior to the draw for the 3rd round of this seasons FA Cup I said to the wife that I hope Cheltenham get Chelsea, Manchester City or Spurs away.

Can the Football League’s new boys keep pushing on?

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Rarely have the bottom division's promoted teams started a season with so much expectation. The rapid ascent of AFC Wimbledon on the English football ladder and big spending of fellow league debutants Crawley Town means last year's elite Conference National outfits will be under close scrutiny.

The financial strength of the Sussex club might mean they start the season as favourites in the football betting.

Cheltenham

TTU Awards 2011-12: Best Kit

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Last year, the comments section in this category combusted at the suggestion that QPR's Celtic aping green and white away kit was the best of the 144 or so outfits on offer to choose from. A day later, we were engulfed in yet more hot water when citing ignorance of tradition as a reason to dislike Southampton's Peruvian impression.

The Monday Profile: Marlon Pack

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[I]n this month's When Saturday Comes, Andy Lloyd-Williams considers youth development in English football and the benefits of coming through at a smaller club. Citing Bournemouth and Plymouth as examples, he argues that it's better – surely – to spend one's formative years at a club at which progression to the first-team isn't reserved for pure prodigies only.

Snapshot: Cheltenham Town Substitutes Forget Sun Lotion, Forced To Improvise

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By Chris Wright

Cheltenham Town substitutes raided the kit bag to rig themselves up a set of improvised sunscreens in order to escape the UV at the Memorial Stadium as the wilting Indian summer heat engulfed their League Two match against Bristol Rovers yesterday afternoon.

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Broken Glass

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ROMAN GLASS ST. GEORGE 1–2 CHARD TOWNSaturday 2nd April 2011Western League Division 1Bell Hill, Bristol


some photos of the game are below in the slideshow below:


After last week's non report as such it is back to normal. Today sees me meet up again with a friend of mine Colin Buchanan who is a Cheltenham Town supporter and lives in the town.

Broken Glass

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ROMAN GLASS ST. GEORGE 1–2 CHARD TOWNSaturday 2nd April 2011Western League Division 1Bell Hill, Bristol


some photos of the game are below in the slideshow below:


After last week's non report as such it is back to normal. Today sees me meet up again with a friend of mine Colin Buchanan who is a Cheltenham Town supporter and lives in the town.

The Rest

Slick Operation: Cheltenham Town Execute Intricate Set-Piece Routine With Military Precision (Video)

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Cheltenham Town beat Tranmere 1-0 in theVanarama National League yesterday,but the only real highlight of the game was the spectacular hash they managed to make of the following set-piece.

Watch and, indeed, weep...

Well played lads. Slick as sh*t.

Soccer Sunday: Your Running Commentary

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With CONCACAF World Cup qualifying just around the corner, Mexico will be heading toward qualifying trying to recapture the form that led them to a CONCACAF Gold Cup last summer.

'El Tri' will look to get rolling today with a win against Wales in one of two key international matches on the TV schedule today.

Cheltenham Town - Opposition Fan View, Pub Ammo & Team News. [FA Cup 3rd Round]

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This Saturday brings us the seasons first game of FA Cup up against Cheltenham Town. There's no denying that the balls have been kind to us and provide an opportunity to rest some of the more weary legs in the first team. The Cheltenham Town fans know this and are hopeful of an upset to our 2nd / 3rd stringers, assuming of course Gomes starts.

Swindon Town, prima sconfitta per gli uomini di Di Canio

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Swindon Town, prima sconfitta per gli uomini di Di Canio Di Renato Cignoni CHELTENHAM TOWN 1 (ELLIOTT '48) SWINDON TOWN 0 Cheltenham Town: Scott Brown; Keith Lowe, Steve Elliot, Alan Bennett (Capt), Danny Andrew; Josh Low, Marlon Pack, Russell Penn, Kaid Mohamed; Darryl Duffy (Goulding '61), Jimmy SpencerPanchina: Jeff Goulding, Brian Smikle, Bagasan Graham, Sido Jombati, Luke Summerfield Swindon

In Exile: Gloucester City’s lessons in groundsharing

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As part of 200%'s series about Britain's lost football grounds we look at Gloucester City, a club without a home ground since 2007.

Unlike many other club's in their league Gloucester City own their own ground, its just they can't use it at the moment. They haven't been able to play at Meadow Park for almost four years.

Cheltenham Town 1 - 1 Morecambe

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League 2 - Saturday 2th November 2010
Cheltenham played some nice passing football for the first spell. We were entertained but nothing came of it. Then, just when it seemed like trying to look pretty in front of a bunch of thugs was a waste of effort, Wes Thomas set up Josh Low who tapped one in.

Cheltenham Town 1 - 0 Southend United : Abandoned after 66 minutes

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Football League 2 - Tuesday 2nd November 2010
This was a lively contest between two well matched sides who were both capable of playing some entertaining football. Southend would have gone in two up at half time against the Cheltenham side of a year ago. Not tonight. The blustery conditions added that touch of risk but you felt the players could handle it.

Cheltenham Town 3 - 2 Crewe Alexander:

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I once visited an old school friend in rehab - he didn't last too long after release. Whilst resident he amused himself by stealing the keys of a locked ward and freeing the inmates. Recklessly mad & funny all at the same time; real life 'One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest'.

I have a new un-used season ticket.

Cheltenham Town Errea 2010/11 Home Kit

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English Football League Two side Cheltenham Town launched their new corporate identity this afternoon with the unveiling of their Errea home kit for season 2010/11 will be launched and new club badge. The new kit for was worn for today's season ending 1-1 draw against Accrington Stanley and sees the Robins return to red and [.