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Scott Griffin

Scott Griff



26 June 1979
City Career  
Transfer Details: Signed for City on 8 February 2007 having been released by SLP local rivals Cirencester Town.
City Debut: v Mangotsfield United (a) SLPD, 10 February '07, won 4-3 (as sub)
City Stats

2006/7: 14(3) Apps, 2 Goals
2007/8: 10(4) Apps, 2 Goals
Totals: 24(7) Apps, 4 Goals

Career Club History: Cirencester Town, Newport County, Clevedon Town, Salisbury City, Cinderford Town, Cirencester Town(88(27)-31), Gloucester City, Devizes Town, Cinderford Town
Honours: none known

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The arrival of Scott Griffin has provided the club with a real lift and his arrival has not coincidentally coincided with a good run of results. His should provide the club with a real lift. Griffin can be strong in the air and play with either foot, and early impressions at City certainly suggest a good touch with enough strength and ability to hold the ball up and quickly bring others into play. Griff may not quite have the pace of his youth but a run of games should see him sharper and beginning to find the net, and after some nervous finishing should be all the more confident having opened his City account with a coolly taken equaliser at Twerton Park against league leaders Bath City. Can also lay claim to what may well be the last City goal at Meadow Park, equalising in a pre-season 2-2 draw with Salisbury City with a fine curling free kick before the flood water claimed the stadium.

Griff in action at Halesowen

Griffin is a proven goalscorer in the Southern League with an impressive record at Cinderford and Cirencester, and a player who has previously impressed in appearances against us. As a Gloucester born player his arrival at Meadow Park could be seen as long overdue. Griffin has had a series of injury setbacks over the last couple of seasons but seemed to be getting back to form and fitness with our SLP rivals Cirencester Town. However his frustration at delays in getting a regular starting spot up front led to a public falling out with manager Neil Hands at Corinium Park and a sharp exit from the club.

Griff has had spells with Cinderford, Clevedon, Salisbury and Newport but has been most at home with Cirencester where he began his career in a very successful youth team that won a string of trophies between 1997-99 as the Cirencester youth academy set-up started to reap dividends. Made his first team debut as a young teenager in a struggling Ciren side and was soon tempted to try his hand at a higher level with a string of other clubs but returned to a strengthening Cirencester club in the summer of 2003.

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