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Jamie Reid - Midfielder

1st Debut : Cheltenham Town (H) - 21/09/04
Last Game : Evesham United (A) - 23/08/08

2nd Debut : Workington (A) - 23/01/10
Last Game : Farsley Celtic (A) - 06/02/10

Jamie is a central midfielder with an eye for the odd spectacular goal.

Having originally been a product of Kenny Blackburn's youth team at City, Jamie made the step up into the first team under the management of Chris Burns making his debut as a substitute at Meadow Park in the Gloucestershire Senior Cup against Cheltenham Town.

The 2004/05 campaign saw him used mainly from the bench although he did start against Paulton Rovers in the Southern League Cup (lost 0-1) before making his league debut away at Hednesford Town in April 2005.

Jamie forced his way more into Burns' plans the following season although following the departure of Lee Smith to Cirencester he found himself more wide on the right than central. He did however show that he wasn't afraid to shoot and following his first goal at home to Northwood, numbers two and three at Mangotsfield and "home" (at Supermarine) against Ciren were both out of the top drawer.

His place on the flank brough him not only under the close scrutiny of the dugouts but also put him in close quarters with some fans, and his petulance shone through on occasions as he reacted and picked up a number of cautions in the process.

The 2006/07 season, his first under a different manager [Tim Harris] couldn't have started in a better fashion as his last minute wondergoal stole all three points for the Tigers against Maidenhead.

But in a mixed season he picked up his first red card for City away at Tiverton in the FA Trophy, but scored more important goals including a late winner at Corby Town and a contender for goal of the season in a move that he started and finished in the league match at Tivvy.

2007/08 saw him red carded again, in another Trophy game, this time home at the New Lawn against Stourbridge but on his return to the first team he played a vital role in City's first home win of the season grabbing two goals in the 5-0 hammering of Bromsgrove.

Jamie's sole City appearance the following season awat at Worcester against Evesham saw him sent on as a holding midfielder to protect a 2-0 lead, only to ended up scraping to a 2-2 draw. He was released and teamed up with Brian Hughes at Cirencester where he was made Captain.

Eighteen months later Jamie was given the chance to leave the Corinium Stadium to move to the, erm, Corinium Stadium and become a Tiger again.
 Jamie Reid

Previous Clubs:
Hardwicke, Gloucester City, Almondsbury Town (loan), Cirencester Town, Gloucester City, Cirencester Town

Appearances & Goals:

Season Apps Subs Goals
 2004/05     3     13      -  
 2005/06    12     11      3  
 2006/07    36      6      6  
 2007/08    41      5      6  
 2008/09     -      1      -  
 2009/10     -      4      -  
Total   92     40     15  

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Page last updated : 28th November 2010

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