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What The Papers Say - 2010
Back in the day we used to have fantastic coverage from the Gloucester Citizen and in these pages you can see how good it was with a digested version of their headlines. This was 2010.
January 2nd 2010
City 2-0 Redditch United - Citizen report
January 13th 2010 - Jamie Reid rejoins Gloucester City
Midfielder Jamie Reid has rejoined Gloucester City from Cirencester Town. The 21-year-old has given up the captaincy at the Tigers’ Corinium Stadium landlords to rejoin the club he left just 18 months ago. In an exclusive interview in Thursday's editions of The Citizen and Gloucestershire Echo, Reid said the decision to move had been a tough one. “I spent a lot of time thinking about this,” he said. “Last season was bittersweet for me, seeing Gloucester do so well after I left. I was chuffed for them to be promoted and now I am glad to be back.” For the full story on Jamie Reid's return, plus the thoughts of Gloucester City manager Dave Mehew, see The Citizen and Gloucestershire Echo on Thursday.

January 14th 2010 - Reid returns to Gloucester
MIDFIELDER Jamie Reid has rejoined Gloucester City from Cirencester Town.

The 21-year-old has given up the captaincy at the Tigers' Corinium Stadium landlords to rejoin the club he left just 18 months ago. Reid made 92 starts for The Tigers in a four-year spell with the club after making his debut in 2004. He said deciding to swap the red and black stripes of Cirencester for the yellow and black of Gloucester was the hardest decision he had made in his career. "I spent a lot of time thinking about this," he said.

"Last season was bittersweet for me, seeing Gloucester do so well after I left. I was chuffed for them to be promoted and now I am glad to be back." But he said he would still be keeping an eye on Cirencester and wished Brian Hughes and Kevin Willets well with their promotion push. He said: "It has been a privilege working for them."

After training with the Gloucester squad on Tuesday Reid said he already felt at home at his old team. "There were a few new faces and I have not met some of the Bristol boys yet but it is mainly the same faces and the same team spirit," he said. Reid has missed large chunks of the season through injury and suspension and his last appearance came against Thatcham in the Centurions last league match back on December 12.

Tigers boss Dave Mehew said Reid now had the chance to prove himself in the Blue Square North after missing out on the Tigers' promotion push last year. He said: "Jamie is a Gloucester lad and I think I will be able to get more from him because he is local.

"I am giving him three months to prove himself and show me he is worth it for next season." Mehew said Reid could do a job at right back and on the right wing but he wanted him to concentrate on playing in the centre of midfield, providing cover for Tom Webb and Matt Rose. He is also hoping Reid finds the net again, his goal against Tiverton in the 2006/7 season still stands as a fans' favourite. "It suits me all round," said Mehew. "With James Palmer needing a hernia operation and Alex Sykes and Sean Seavill no longer being here I had to bring a midfielder in and he fits the bill.

"Jamie already knows the lads so he won't need time to settle in.

"When he left last season I did feel sorry for him because he didn't really have the chance to prove himself after getting injured pre-season.

"If he can perform as I know he can he will become a valuable member of this squad."

During his last spell with the Tigers Reid became known for his temper and he has already sat out several games for Cirencester through suspension this season but Mehew believe's the youngster's physicality will be a boost in the Blue Square North. He said: "He is 18-months older than when he left us and I want to see a more grown up Jamie Reid. "If he can mature like Tom Webb and Lee Smith and take inspiration from them he will become a good player. "Jamie has a great physical presence which you need in this league. We could have brought in a player the fans did not know and might not have taken too but we have chosen James and now he has the chance to prove himself."
January 25th 2010
Workington 2-0 City - Citizen report
January 27th 2010
City 3-5 Hinckley United - Citizen report
February 1st 2010
City 1-2 Alfreton Town - Citizen report
February 4th 2010
City 1-0 Solihull Moors - Citizen report
February 8th 2010
Farsley Celtic 0-1 City - Citizen report
February 15th 2010
Fleetwood Town 3-1 City - Citizen report
February 22nd 2010
City 1-2 Stalybridge Celtic - Citizen report
March 8th 2010
Alfreton Town 3-1 City - Citizen report
March 15th 2010
City 1-0 Vauxhall Motors - Citizen report
March 17th 2010
Droylsden 2-2 City - Citizen report
March 22nd 2010
Hinckley United 1-0 City - Citizen report
March 25th 2010
City 2-2 Southport - Citizen report
March 29th 2010
Blyth Spartans 0-3 City - Citizen report
April 6th 2010
AFC Telford United 0-1 City - Citizen report
April 12th 2010
City 2-0 Stafford Rangers - Citizen report
April 17th 2010
City 0-1 Harrogate Town - Citizen report
April 19th 2010
Northwich Victoria 1-0 City - Citizen report
April 21st 2010
City 1-2 Corby Town - Citizen report
April 23rd 2010
Harrogate Town 1-1 City - Citizen report
April 26th 2010
City 0-1 Ilkeston Town - Citizen report
April 30th 2010
City 4-3 Mangotsfield United - Citizen report
May 6th 2010
Bristol City 2-0 City - Citizen report
July 16th 2010
Bitton 3-3 City - Citizen report (no report?)
July 19th 2010
Cheltenham Town 5-0 City - Citizen report
July 22nd 2010
Cinderford Town 1-1 City - Citizen report
July 25th 2010
Bath City 1-0 City - Citizen report (no report?)
August 2nd 2010
Pegasus Juniors 1-2 City - Citizen report
August 9th 2010
City 1-1 Newport County - Citizen report
August 11th 2010
Stonehouse Town 2-2 City - Citizen report
August 16th 2010
Workington 2-1 City - Citizen report
August 19th 2010
City 0-2 Corby Town - Citizen report
August 23rd 2010
City 2-0 Ilkeston Town - Citizen report
August 26th 2010
AFC Telford United 2-0 City - Citizen report
August 30th 2010
Solihull Moors 2-1 City Citizen report
September 1st 2010
City 5-0 Redditch United - Citizen report
September 6th 2010
City 1-0 Hyde - Citizen report
September 13th 2010
Eastwood Town 1-2 City - Citizen report
September 20th 2010
City 1-2 Guiseley - Citizen report
September 28th 2010
City 0-2 Weston super Mare - Citizen report
October 4th 2010
City 1-1 Droylsden - Citizen report
October 13th 2010
Mangotsfield United 0-2 City - Citizen report
October 18th 2010
City 3-2 Harrogate Town - Citizen report
October 25th 2010
Stafford Rangers 0-2 City - Citizen report
November 1st 2010
City 0-2 Gainsborough Trinity - Citizen report
November 15th 2010
City 1-2 Blyth Spartans - Citizen report
November 22nd 2010
City 1-0 Chelmsford City - Citizen report
December 13th 2010
Cirencester Town 1-1 City - Citizen report
December 16th 2010
City 3-0 Cirencester Town - Citizen report
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