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David Webb - Midfielder

1st Debut : Weymouth (A) - 22/08/90
Last Game : Cheltenham Town (A) - 09/04/91

2nd Debut : Burton Albion (H) - 25/01/94
Last Game : Cheltenham Town (H) - 04/05/99

Long serving Swindon based midfielder who originally signed for the club in the summer of 1990 after impressing for Stroud FC in the league below.

Webb was an attacking midfielder who during his first spell with the club often found himself competing for a starting place with Steve Talboys.

He moved onto Trowbridge following the need to cut expediture when Les Alderman left but came back to the club in January 1994 and played first under Brian Godfrey, then Brian Hughes and Gary Goodwin before he was joined by the majority of his ex-Trowbridge teammates who were brought to the club by John Murphy. But disaster struck on August 2nd 1994 when after putting the Tigers a goal up in friendly at Mangotsfield he was the victim of a dreadful challenge which left him with a broken leg.

It would be the following campaign before he could kick a ball in anger but that was to be the start of a run of four consecutive seasons where he was a major force from City's midfield.

At the start of the 1996/97 season, after two games he'd scored five goals and went on to finish joint second highest scorer with Adie Mings on fourteen, although well behind Dale Watkins with 35 goals!

He had two more moderately successful seasons with the club before moving closer to home with Highworth Town.

 David Webb

Swindon Supermarine, Wantage Town, Devizes Town, Stroud, Gloucester City, Trowbridge Town, Gloucester City, Highworth Town, Swindon Supermarine (Manager)

Appearances & Goals:

Season Apps Subs Goals
 1990/91    26     10      6  
 1993/94    17      1      2  
 1994/95     -      -      -  
 1995/96    44      3      7  
 1996/97    40     11     14  
 1997/98    26      7      4  
 1998/99    36      4      3  
Total  189     36     36  

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Page last updated : 28th July 2013

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