Cheltenham Town

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Ashley Vincent - Playing Career - Cheltenham Town
... In May 2004, Vincent joined League Two side Cheltenham Town on a two year deal manager John Ward had previously worked on the coaching staff at Wolves ... On 18 November 2005, he joined Conference side Aldershot Town on a one month loan ... Back with Cheltenham, he scored two goals late into the 2005–06 season to put himself back into first team contention ...
Gareth Hopkins (footballer)
... Gareth Hopkins (born 14 June 1980, in Cheltenham, England) is an English football striker who currently plays for Bishops Cleeve ... Hopkins started his career at the age of 17 by signing with his hometown club Cheltenham Town ... with the Robins for 4 years, during which Cheltenham Town rose from the Conference National to League Two ...
1997–98 Football Conference - Final League Table
... Conference National Season 1997–98 Champions Halifax Town (1st Football Conference title) Direct promotion Halifax Town Conference League Cup winners Morecambe FA ...
Sosthene Yao - Career
... and March 2005, Bristol City in March 2005 and two games on trial for Yeovil Town at the end of 2004-2005 season ... He also played number of reserve games on trial for Cheltenham Town, performing well enough to be offered a contract to finish the third year of his scholarship with the club ... He made his Cheltenham Town debut as a substitute during the Football League Two match at home to Carlisle United on 17 September 2005, and in doing so he became the youngest player to play for ...
1945–46 FA Cup - Results - First Round Proper
... Barrow Barrow 3–2 Netherfield 4 Bath City 3–2 Cheltenham Town Cheltenham Town 0–2 Bath City Bath City 5–2 Cheltenham Town 5 Sutton United 1–4 Walthamstow ...

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