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Tiger Roar - An unofficial Gloucester City AFC Website

City of Gloucester
coat of arms
Welcome to Tiger Roar, an unofficial website that aims to promote everything good about Blue Square North side Gloucester City.

Online since the summer of 1998 the website has grown beyond belief and includes close to a thousand pages encompassing past and current player profiles, historical articles, videos clips, match reports, top quality photographs and in the City Open Forum, one of the most vibrant discussion boards around.

Following the catastrophic floods of July 2007 the club were forced to abandon their stadium at Meadow Park and play for a season at Forest Green. Two seasons followed at Cirencester Town before the club moved again for the 2010/11 campaign. Admission costs are 12 for adults, 6 for concessions, and free for Children of 10 and under accompanied by an adult. Directions to the ground can be found here.

The Tigers won promotion from the Southern League in May 2009 and under the guidance of ex-Bristol Rovers striker David "Boris" Mehew will look to consolidate their position this season.

With a team made up of the best players from the Gloucester and Bristol area including defender Michael Green, midfielder powerhouses Lewis Hogg and Jake Gosling plus forwards Charlie Griffin and Adam Mann come and support your local team to glory in the Conference North.


Photo Galleries of recent Gloucester City matches

Guiseley v's City (26/04/14)
City v's Leamington (21/04/14)
Histon v's City (25/03/14)
City v's Vauxhall Motors (12/04/14)
City v's Harrogate Town (06/04/14)
   Boston United v's City (29/03/14)
City v's Stalybridge Celtic (22/03/14)
City v's Histon (04/03/14)
Brackley Town v's City (18/03/14)
Gainsborough Trinity v's City (15/03/14)


The latest news and events from Tiger Roar
 

Thursday May 8th 2014  
Matt Coupe
Chippenham bound

One in, one out.

City have snapped up 25 year old defender Sam Avery from Shortwood United. A player described by Tim Harris as someone who should've been at City for a few years was a one time City youth player but has played at a number of junior clubs around the county learning his trade.

Sam impressed during Shortwood's FA Cup run last season and his arrival will help to fill the void left by Matt Coupe who has joined Chippenham Town.

Coupe has been a rock at the heart of the City defence but is Marmite to many City fans and his departure will be met with mixed feelings. Good luck to Matt at Hardenhuish Park.

New signing Sam Avery with Stuart Pike, Tim Harris and Matt Rose at Gloucester Docks
New signing Sam Avery with Stuart Pike, Tim Harris and Matt Rose at Gloucester Docks

Saturday April 26th 2014  
Billy Jones
free kick scorer


Nat Jarvis
goal ruled out

When the fixtures were released last summer Guiseley away always looked a tough ask if we had to go there needing points for survival so thankfully that issue had been sorted out before we made the long trek to darkest Yorkshire.

As it happened the Lions were the team needing results to go their way to cement their position in the playoffs, so when Billy Jones expertly placed a free kick into the bottom left hand corner after just three minutes there could've been a number of twitchy assholes among the home crowd.

Adam Mann had a great chance to extend the lead but shot straight at Guiseley keeper Steve Drench and Lewis Hogg's free kick was pushed just wide too. But Hogg had to come off injured and was quickly followed by striker Will Morford who's tried to run off a pulled muscle to no avail.

Substitute Nat Jarvis smashed home a lay off from Mann but the referee had spotted a foul by Mann, like they always seem to against us and that seemed to be it.

Guiseley equalised with a simple goal, a kick from Drench straight to giant striker Adam Boyes who controlled the ball and smashed it beyond Mike Green with no involvement from a City defender. Guiseley's Mr Tannoy sounded as though he was somewhere between an orgasm and a nervous breakdown when he announced the scorer.

Green pulled off a good save from a long range effort and the ball fell to Boyes who put it away to give the home side the lead. Guiseley were bossing midfield now that Hogg had gone off, pretty much the same way that they did in last seasons visit to Nethermoor.

City were playing some good football and didn't give up but when Mann's shot looked to have got over the line before a defender cleared it there was no hope of the linesman awarding a goal as he'd been getting some grief from the fancy dress clad City fans directly behind him.

Guiseley made it three when they broke with a player looking well offside.

And that was it. The end of a disappointing season that saw City flirt with relegation but ended with relative ease as Tim Harris looks forward to another season in the Conference North.

City : Green, Green, Jones, Coupe, Harris, Webb, Hogg (Giglio 17), Groves (Williams 65), Mann, Morford (Jarvis 20), Gosling. Subs n/u : Parker, Williams

Report - Tim H Interview - Photos

Adam Mann's shot was cleared off of the line. Apparently.
Adam Mann's shot was cleared off of the line. Apparently.

Monday April 21st 2014  
Adam Mann
two goals


Will Morford
stroked it home


Matt Coupe
700th game

If I keep pulling my hair out over these crap decisions we keep getting from referees I'll look like John Shaw before long.

Considering Tom Webb was done for handball having his hands across his chest on Saturday how is it that Leamington's Liam Daly can have his arm stretched out to the side of his head and block a goalbound header yet not get punished?

Added to that the Brakes' keeper Tony Breeden raced out of his area chested the ball into the ground and it hit his hand on the way back up. Accidental apparently. How does that make Webby feel?

We all know that the old football saying that they even themselves out over the season is a load of old bollocks but imagine if it's true? Guiseley will have four players sent off and concede six penalties on Saturday!

While the game might've been a dead rubber it would've been nice to have won, and for the most part it looked as though we would, twice being two goals up, but then throwing it all away with an injury time equaliser. They did to use what we did to them, but ours got us three points!

Adam Mann opened the scoring little more than a minute into the game when he fired home a neat chest down from Will Morford. The keeper will probably think he should've done better. He was unlucky for the second after reading Lewis Hogg's shot and blocking it with his foot the ball fell kindly for Morf who rolled it into the slightest of gaps. That said Leamington's Captain Stephan Morley didn't make much of an effort to reach the ball.

They halved the defecit when Ricky Johnson bullied his way past Jack Harris to smash home a shot and they had more luck with those two handballs, but City restored their advantage as the second half wore on when Nat Jarvis beat the offside flag and rolled in a ball for Mann to score the easiest goal he'll ever net.

Then those two late goals lifted their supporters from their incessant din to cheers of celebration. Not a bad bunch Leamington, but I wish they'd learn to put a lid on that crap noise.

Congratulations to Matt Coupe who made his seven hundredth career appearance today but I wonder what he'll think of it being as substitute? Fellow bench warmer Tom Webb cannot now make his five hundredth City start this season, we hope he's kept on next year or us statto's will be annoyed!

City : Green, Green, Jones, Winters (Coupe 63), Harris, Giglio (Webb 85), Hogg, Groves, Mann, Morford (Jarvis 75), Gosling. Subs n/u : Parker, Williams

Report - Tim H Interview - Photos - Highlights

Brave defending from Jack Harris couldn't prevent an injury time equaliser
Brave defending from Jack Harris couldn't prevent an injury time equaliser

Saturday April 19th 2014  
Jake Gosling
put City ahead

When was the last time we had a penalty? Darren Edwards scored one at Bradford in November but I wasn't there to see it and most of you weren't either. Previous to that it was the spot kick at Yate which saved our FA Cup run.

Today Telford could've had three, actually they were given two.

The first appeal was a clear dive by Andy Owens as Mike Green came out to reach a ball that he was going to push towards the corner flag. Owens shaped to make sure there was contact with Greener who'd withdrawn his hands and put them back behind his head. There may have been no contact whatsoever and thankfully the referee saw through the attempt and booked the striker.

Penalty two was given, which was a shame because that also looked like simulation. Jack Harris went shoulder to shoulder with a pacy winger who was breaking into the area. He fell over, got Vern booked and Adam Farrell coolly slotted the ball into the corner just evading Green's hand.

The third penalty came within a minute of the restart when a ball into the area struck Tom Webb in the chest, where his hands were. Ball to hand? Hand to ball? Should his hands have been there? He didn't move his hands to the ball so one might say that they've seen them given. City don't get them thats for sure, but then Telford had two thousand voices to persuade the referee.

It mattered little however because Greener saved it. That's officially the first penalty he's saved for City, I don't know if he keeps count but I'd love to know how many have beaten him.

At this point it would be remiss of me not to mention the one he stopped at Farsley Celtic, but given the fact that they went bust and had there results expunged it didn't actually count. Ben Hunt didn't score either and we didn't win but that's another story.

Eventually City lost 1-2, that after taking a lead whilst well on top in the first half. Jake Gosling was a constant threat to the promotion hopefuls but his goal was rather soft when Ryan Young simply stood and watched the City winger's effort roll into the far corner.

The equaliser came against the run of play but in the second half Telford were able to bring on players of the like of Tony Gray who was top scorer at Chester as they walked the league last year and Sean Clancy who has a habit of scoring against us.

And guess what? He did it again.

City : Green, Green, Jones, Coupe, Harris, Winters, Hogg, Webb, Mann (Williams 84), Groves (Parker 69), Gosling (Jarvis 75). Subs n/u : Morford, Giglio

Report - Tim H Interview - Photos - Highlights


Tuesday April 15th 2014  
Jack Harris
being watched?



City : Green, Green, Jones, Coupe, Harris, Giglio (Groves 67), Hogg, Webb, Parker (Williams 87), Jarvis (Mann 46), Gosling. Subs n/u : Thompson, Morford

Report - Tim H Interview - Photos - Goals


Saturday April 12th 2014  
Jack Harris
200th appearance


Nat Jarvis
first goal

Well that's it, we're safe.

Who'd have thought that the stress of being bottom or thereabouts midway through the season would be quashed with four games to play? The shock and negativity surrounding the sacking of Boris is gone now and who knows where we'd be if that hadn't happened. The King is dead, long live the King etc.

It's a good job that we didn't still needs the points as just before the break we were two down to a team with just pride to play for, with an injury hit team that had two left backs in centre midfield. Then step forward Player of the Season elect Jack Harris to thump home a header from Billy Jones' free kick to halve the arrears from what had been a disappointing first half.

After Steven Tames had lashed home an opener Ed Williams planted his studs in an opponents chest and really should've been sent off but got away with a yellow. Vauxhall made it two when Danny Fearnehough turned Matt Coupe and fired home inside the near post then Mike Green dragged down a Vauxhall player in the box but appeals for a penalty were waved away.

City were much better in the second half and restriced the Scouse team to one shot which flew over the bar. Nat Jarvis got the equaliser for Tim Harris' men cutting in from the right before hammering home a left footed piledriver. There's more than a bit of Adie Mings about Jarvis.

We could've even won it when Jake Gosling was brought down as he burst into the area, but I guess the referee was evening up things after he'd been lenient in the first half.

City's penultimate home game of the season is Tuesday (k/o 7.45pm) against doomed Workington, under 18's get in for free.

City : Green, Green, Jones, Coupe, Harris, Winters, Giglio, Williams (Jarvis 55), Parker, Morford (Groves 76), Gosling. Subs n/u : Thompson, Rose, Binns

Report - Tim H Interview - Photos - Goals

Ed Williams has the fear of God in his eyes as he thinks he's about to be sent off
Ed Williams has the fear of God in his eyes as he thinks he's about to be sent off

Sunday April 6th 2014  
Joe Parker
hat trick hero


Jake Gosling
lovely finish

Sky TV call their two live games on the Sabbath "Super Sunday" and judging by the crowds we get most of Gloucester like to tune in, however the 317 who ventured to Whaddon Road were treated to their own version as City thrashed playoff hopefuls 5-2.

After two straight nil-two defeats hopes might not have been high with the Millionaire's plaything team coming to town but they had no answer for City starlet Joe Parker, well, they did, but it's not to be encouraged.

Parker was in the team in place of Adam Mann and was the difference between the teams at the end of the first half when he benefitted from superb work from Matt Groves on the right wing as he trapped a centre and scored the kind of goal that any five-a-side player would've been proud of.

If Tim Harris had told his side to keep it tight and not make any stupid mistakes at the start of the second half then the advice fell of deaf ears as Harrogate scored twice in five minutes.

When Parker strode onto Lewis Hogg's sumptuous through ball to equalise it probably came as a bit of a shock to the Tigers faithful and it was a very pleasant surprise when the young striker threaded a lovely pass for Jake Gosling to make it four with a clever lobbed effort into the far corner.

Gosling then reversed roles with Parker with a measured pass that sent Joe through to complete his hat-trick, and the only way that Harrogate could stop him would be to kick him off the pitch which Steve Mallory did. The T-End spent the rest of the game calling him an onanist to which the Harrogate man replied with rude hand gestures.

The violence wasn't confined to the one centre half, his partner Matt Heath arrested Nat Jarvis' run on goal with an elbow in the face. If it's any consolation to Jarvis Charlie Griffin was on hand to curl in City's fifth past a lethargic Town defence.

Although it's not mathematical, City won't go down now.

City : Green, Green, Jones, Coupe, Harris, Winters, Hogg, Groves (Williams 79), Parker (Jarvis 76), Griffin (Morford 87), Gosling. Subs n/u : Roome, Giglio

Report - Rosey Interview - Joe P Interview - Photos - Goals

Matt Groves does incredibly well to cross for Joe Parker's first goal
Matt Groves does incredibly well to cross for Joe Parker's first goal

Tuesday April 1st 2014  
Joe Hanks
injured

Tim Harris wasn't a happy man after our second successive defeat and it's no wonder because other than a half dozen or so shots into the Oxford keeper's midriff there wasn't much to shout about.

Oxford are fighting for their lives and that fighting spirit has crept into the team too. Ex-scuzzer Michael Pook doing his utmost to break current scuzzer Joe Hanks' ankle early doors; how it didn't rate as a booking is a mystery while in the second half, out of the gaze of officials as Adam Mann tried to sprint past him Declan Benjamin was punching the City man in the ribs. Lovely.

Just like Saturday the score flattered the victors. Again a late goal doubled the scoreline and when the ball hit the net there was a mass exodus towards the exit!

A word about the Oxford support too then. How many did they have? Twenty? For a must-win game just down the A40. We must've taken a hundred to the reverse fixture. No wonder they can throw money at Darren Mullings.

City : Green, Green (Jarvis 79), Jones, Coupe, Harris, Hanks (Roome 20), Hogg, Groves, Mann, Griffin, Gosling (Parker 65). Subs n/u : Giglio, Williams

Report - Tim H Interview - Photos - Goals

Ex-Tigers favourite Darren Mullings beats Matt Groves to a header
Ex-Tigers favourite Darren Mullings beats Matt Groves to a header

Saturday March 29th 2014  
Nat Jarvis
brought save


Joe Hanks
struggled

It had to end somewhere and unsurprisingly it ended at Boston, a place where we've lost every league game that we've played and only scored once, through Mike Wyatt fourteen years ago!

Tim Harris had to reshuffle his pace again with injury preventing both Adam Mann and Billy Jones making the long trip across country. Rory Winters came in at right back while Marcus Giglio deputised on the other side.

Good work from Matt Groves ended in a goalmouth scramble as City made an encouraging start but Boston always looked a threat and after being kept at bay when they got close to Mike Green's goal they broke the deadlock when Liam Agnew fired home a worldy after cutting in from the right wing. Harris will be concerned that it came from a similar area to the one where Histon scored in the week.

Both Lewis Hogg and Nat Jarvis brought saves from Boston keeper Lewis King but the game seemed to be won and lost in midfield where Hogg and youngster Joe Hanks were beaten by clever passing and slick movement. Boston's Junior Konadu stood out but had to leave the field following a sickening clash of heads with his own team mate Conor Marshall.

City did enough to warrant Boston needing a second goal and it came when Ricky Miller rounded Will Morford and dived to the ground winning a penalty which he smashed down the middle.

A strong ref wouldn't have given it but lets be fair who do you appease? 1200 home fans or a couple of dozen away? Even when we won in the Trophy at Boston the referee was a lemon!

City : Green, Winters, Giglio (Morford 83), Coupe, Harris, Hanks, Hogg, Groves, Jarvis (Parker 60), Griffin, Gosling (Williams 77). Subs n/u : Roome, Webb

Report - Tim H Interview - Photos - Highlights

Boston players Conor Marshall and Junior Konadu clash heads
Boston players Conor Marshall and Junior Konadu clash heads

Tuesday March 25th 2014  
Charlie Griffin
brace


Matt Groves
header

Remember that feeling of impending doom from a few months ago? Remember the furore surrounding Boris' sacking? Does anyone still harbour those thoughts?

City have now won five of their last six games, having only won as many games all season and the surge has seen us lift ourselves out of the relegation places and into what looks like a safe haven in mid table. We've even gone above Gainsborough!

On paper this was an away win all the way but we still needed to score the goals and it was a surprise to see Matt Groves get the first with a well placed far post header, even more so considering he'd missed an absolute sitter on Saturday!

Histon had the cheek to equalise, a smart run and finish by Adi Yussuff that swerved and dipped on it's way past Mike Green but goal machine Charlie Griffin made amneds when he was in the right place at the right time to nod home Jack Harris' header from a corner.

Histon barely threatned from then on in and City had several chances to kill the game through Nat Jarvis, Jake Gosling and Will Morford before Griffin showed them how with a wonderful standing volley from outside the box.

The win will encourage City ahead of Saturday's tough away trip to Boston.

City : Green, Roome, Jones (Giglio 64), Coupe, Harris, Hanks, Hogg, Groves (Williams 89), Jarvis (Morford 76), Griffin, Gosling. Subs n/u : Webb, Rose

Report - Tim H Interview - Jones Interview - Photos - Goals

Charlie Griffin heads City's second goal at Histon
Charlie Griffin heads City's second goal at Histon

Saturday March 22nd 2014  
Charlie Griffin
thumping header


Adam Mann
offside

A win's a win right? This was ugly and Stalybridge might well wonder how they came out of it pointless, but at times this season we've felt their pain so it's time that fortune favoured the Tigers isn't it?

As a supporter the way I've been feeling these past few weeks I could've put my house on a home win and in my mind we'd already won, and we've won at Histon on Tuesday too so it's a good job that Tim Harris has his way of inspiring his players!

As it happened it only took one goal, a thumping header from Charlie Griffin midway through the first half from a sumptuous Billy Jones free kick. He's on fire. Adam Mann had had the ball in the Stalybridge net but the linesman put paid to his celebrations after he'd just strode offside.

City had had the better of the first half and Matt Groves should've done better with a free header in front of goal, while Lewis Hogg drilled a shot wide in the second half.

Stalybridge will rue their missed chances, their manager Keithy Briggs bemoaning that that was five great chances missed as the game crept into injury time. City's goal led a charmed life at times as well as Mike Green being superb, stretching every sinew to reach one effort that looked as though it might creep under the bar.

All aboard the fun bus the Histon.

City : Green, Roome, Jones, Coupe, Harris, Hanks, Hogg, Groves (Parker 59), Mann, Griffin (Jarvis 59), Gosling (Morford 76). Subs n/u : Giglio, Winters

Report - Tim H Interview - Jarvis Interview - Photos - Goal

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's Jack Harris
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's Jack Harris

Tuesday March 18th 2014  
Jake Gosling
walked it in


Charlie Griffin
nodded home


Lewis Hogg
sealed the win

There are few finer things in life than seeing your team win away under the floodlights at the home of a team at the top of the league.

That said it should've come as no surprise; this was the fifth time that we'd visited Brackley and fifth time that we've come away with all three points.

Tim Harris doesn't seem afraid to change a winning team whether he has a choice or not and it showed as Adam Mann replaced Connor Waldon to accomodate the well again Matt Groves in midfield. It was a good move as Mann's pace put the fear of God into the Brackley defence. At right back Matt Roome had a comfortable league debut up against Glenn Walker who'd impressed for the Saints in their live televised FA Cup game.

The first half ended goalless as City attacked up the slope and with the wind at their backs and one might've thought they'd spurned their chance to go ahead as they'd edged the contest.

City actually got better going downhill and Jake Gosling should've scored before he did, but when he did it was a defence splitting pass from Charlie Griffin that made the goal as the Exeter loanee dropped his shoulder and left Brackley keeper Billy Turley on his ass as he walked the ball in. Great goal.

We looked good and had our chances but old demons came to haunt us as Brackley scored a well worked equaliser, Izak Reid bending a smart shot beyoind the unsighted Mike Green. However, sixty-four seconds after that ball had hit the back of the net Griffin had done the same at the bottom of the hill when he nodded in a superb cross from Joe Parker. This is a new Gloucester City.

There was talk before the game that when Griffin signed Boris had an agreement with his mate Jon Brady (the Brackley manager) not to play him in this fixture. Good job that Tim didn't feel the need to honour someone else's promise.

The Tigers did a better job of running down the clock then than they did on Saturday at Gainsborough, this time adding to their lead with a Lewis Hogg free kick which for some reason Turley decided was going wide when it was going in.

Two big games to come now; Stalybridge at Whaddon and Histon away. Win both of those and we'll be a long way ahead of the relegation zone.

City : Green, Roome, Jones, Coupe, Harris, Goddard, Hogg, Groves (Parker 63), Mann, Griffin, Gosling (Hanks 89). Subs n/u : Giglio, Webb, Waldon

Report - Tim H Interview - Gosling Interview - Photos - Goals

City winger Jake Gosling leaves Billy Turley on his ass as he scores the opening goal
City winger Jake Gosling leaves Billy Turley on his ass as he scores the opening goal

Saturday March 15th 2014  
Charlie Griffin
opening goal


Connor Waldon
finally a goal


Jordan Goddard
great strike

In fairness three goals away from home should net three points, but in this case City only came away from Gainsborough thanks to some slack defending.

Northolme was almost stunned into silence when Charlie Griffin powered his way through to give the Tigers an early lead, diverting a bouncing past past the reach of Trinity keeper Phil Barnes. But City felt the sting from the Lincolnshire sides tail as they scored twice in a matter of minutes to take the lead.

Goalkeeper Mike Green won't want to watch the replay as he got nowhere near a corner and Jonathan Margetts, on loan from Hull City squeezed a header between Jordan Goddard and the post. Goddard will wonder how he managed it too. Then an offside looking Margetts strode into space beyond the City defence finishing easliy past Green.

It could be a case of bad timing for Greener having lost his place to the hapless Stuart Moore under the reign of David Mehew but with Tim Harris in place now will he find more competition in his way?

To be behind was a bit of a sucker punch too having seen Griffin strike the Gainsborough crossbar with a superb dipping volley. To ease the pain City Chairman Stuart Pike gave me a voucher for a free meal at Burger Star!

It wasn't long before City were level and another defensive rick made it possible, this time defender Callum Howe inexplicably losing his footing in the penalty area leaving Connor Waldon with the relatively simple task of nodding the ball past Barnes. Connor needed that goal. He's struggled on this second loan spell and strikers need goals. Hopefully he can sign off at Brackley with a few more.

The start of the second half saw City take the lead, Goddard making up for his part in their first by rifling home a loose ball in the penalty area from Billy Jones' throw.

There was a long time to go and Tim Harris' men grew in confidence and had the chances to put the game beyond their hosts but were caught out by more sloppiness at the back which ultimately saw Rory Winters impede Margetts and Simon Russell slot home from the spot.

With Stalybridge winning City drop a place.

City : Green, Green, Jones, Coupe, Winters, Waldon (Parker 65), Hogg, Goddard, Mann, Griffin, Gosling (Hanks 75). Subs n/u : Giglio, Webb, Rose

Report - Tim H Interview - Photos - Goals


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