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Luke Buttery

 

Position:

left-back

DoB:
Age:
Birthplace:
12 February 1985
22
Wegberg, Germany.
 
     
     
 
City Career  
 
Transfer Details: Signed Southern League forms on 26 February 2007 having been signed from Southern League Midland side Cinderford Town.
City Debut: v Team Bath (a) SLPD, 26 February '07, lost 2-1.
City Stats

2006/7: 9 Apps, 0 Goals
2007/8: 4 Apps, 0 Goals
Totals: 13 Apps, 0 Goals

 
Career Club History: Ch#!tenham Town, Chippenham Town (loan 03/4), Swindon Supermarine (loan 03/4), Cinderford Town, Gloucester City
Honours: England Universities XI (04/5, 05/6 - Home Nations Tournament Champions) British Universities XI 06/7, BUSA Championship Winner 06/7
     
 

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Buttery is a classy left-back who has reliable passing skills, delivers a good dead ball and rarely gets flustered defensively. Signed for City in February 2007, moving up a division from Cinderford Town where he'd been one of their most improved players with increasingly solid and consistent performances over a couple of seasons spent at The Causeway. Had a good schooling in the game as a youth player at Ch#!tenham Town but despite being very skillful on the ball and earning two years on a pro contract he was then felt to be a little too slight for first team football and released in May 2004. He has since grown in strength and seems able to put up a more physical obstacle for an opponent. Buttery jumped at the chance to step up a level when contacted by Tim Harris and replaced injured left-back Michael Noakes. Buttery seemed to have settled in to the side and put in several impressive displays at the start of the 2007-08 season, but after just a handful of games missed a game for undisclosed personal reasons and subsequently decided to take a leave of absence from football. Hopefully it’s nothing too serious as Luke has shown good form in his brief spell with City, and it would be very sad if his promising talent was lost to local football. The club retains his Southern League registration and it’s understood Tim Harris will remain in touch with him, so hopefully he’ll be back in yellow and black before long.
Buttery at Tiverton Buttery is a Gloucester based player with some classy skills and should be a real boost to a City squad that is starting to look better balanced. Buttery is another player with links to Hartpury Colleage and has represented the England Universities team over several seasons in international competition.

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