On this day

Why wouldn't Jack james allow his photo to be taken. He's a footballer?

Unless it was off the pitch

Never heard of Bobby Moseley

(28-01-2024, 10:07 PM)Daveangel Wrote:  I must have dreamt that then.

Yep, barking up the wrong lamp-post

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Nah, he said it during a warm up or half time when I was near him taking photos. Strange, but there you go. I never did get sued.

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4th February 1996.

  Wishing a Very Happy Birthday to ex-gcafc loan player, James Bowen. The left back joined us on loan, from C********m Town. (I believe he came in a deal, with Joe Hanks also joining us on loan).
 If I remember correctly, I think James had quite a long throw. He is now playing for Leamington.

(28-01-2024, 11:00 PM)Neil Wrote:  Nah, he said it during a warm up or half time when I was near him taking photos. Strange, but there you go. I never did get sued.

 Were the photos for the Club/Club Matchday Programme, or the photos for here. I'm probably saying something stupid, you're the Club Photographer, if Jack James came on in the second half, was it ok for you to take his picture then.  Huh

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It's Woking Day today

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(04-02-2024, 12:57 PM)Andrew B Wrote:  4th February 1996.

  Wishing a Very Happy Birthday to ex-gcafc loan player, James Bowen. The left back joined us on loan, from C********m Town. (I believe he came in a deal, with Joe Hanks also joining us on loan).
 If I remember correctly, I think James had quite a long throw. He is now playing for Leamington.


 Were the photos for the Club/Club Matchday Programme, or the photos for here. I'm probably saying something stupid, you're the Club Photographer, if Jack James came on in the second half, was it ok for you to take his picture then.  Huh
Happy birthday James! What a brilliant player he was for us with some unrivalled passion.
But just to add, he left Leamington in 2019, since then he’s played for Redditch, Halesowen, Sutton Coldfield and he signed for Coleshill a few days ago.
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(04-02-2024, 01:36 PM)Neil Wrote:  It's Woking Day today

 4th February 2003.

 Happy Woking FA Trophy, 4th Rd, Replay day.
  City, (then in the Dr Martens League, Western Division), beat Vauxhall Conference side Woking, in an FA Trophy Replay tie. Woking were two leagues above City.

Andrew Adebowale, Hannah, Hoskins, Kirkup, Mainwaring, Tucker, Wollen.
 Danny ANDREW, Jake ANDREWS.
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(04-02-2024, 04:41 PM)Andrew B Wrote:   4th February 2003.

 Happy Woking FA Trophy, 4th Rd, Replay day.
  City, (then in the Dr Martens League, Western Division), beat Vauxhall Conference side Woking, in an FA Trophy Replay tie. Woking were two leagues above City.
Tom Webb scored his first ever goal for City and Adie Harris scored the second, which seemed to take for ever to go in. We were stood right behind the goal for that one.
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7th February 1995.

  Gloucester City 5 - 1 Cambridge City.
           (Beazer Homes Premier)

  On this day, in the 1994/95 season, Gloucester were at home to Cambridge City, for a League fixture. Meadow Park had a crowd of 603 for this match.
 This was John Murphy's first season as Gloucester manager, having previously managed Trowbridge Town. Gloucester turned on the style in this game, as they beat Cambridge 5 - 1. The Gloucester goal scorers were, defender Gary Kemp, midfielder Andy Adebowale, striker Mark Hallam, and his strike partner, Steve Portway, scored two.

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 Danny ANDREW, Jake ANDREWS.
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Back when we were a proper club

“There’s a mole. Right at the top of the circus. He’s been there for years.”
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14th February 2004.

     Halesowen Town 0 - 0 Gloucester City.
    (Dr Martens League, Western Division).

  On this Valentine's Day in 2004, neither team were able to score. The crowd of 427, witnessed both teams firing blanks, and a shortage of passionate goalscoring celebrations. 
 Still, you always have to love a clean sheet.  Heart

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