Steve Jenkins

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Position: Central Midfield
DoB: Unknown Age: 22
Birthplace: Gloucester

Steve Jenkins (pic - Tony Hickey)
Pic: Tony Hickey

City Career
Transfer Details: Re-signed by Tommy Callinan on a free transfer from Cirencester Town on 9th March 2000.
City Debut: vs. Forest Green Rovers (a) GSCC s-f, 16th February '99, Won 4-2 (as sub).
1998/9: 2(1) Apps, 0 Goals
1999/0: 4(1) Apps, 0 Goals
2000/1: 34(10) Apps, 3 Goals
2001/2: 34(1) Apps, 3 Goals
2002/3: 44(3) Apps, 1 Goal
2003/4: 13(6) Apps, 0 Goals
Totals: 131(22) Apps, 7 Goals

Previous Clubs: Gloucester City, Cirencester Town, Gloucester City, Gloucester United (loan 03/4), Cinderford Town, Swindon Supermarine

Honours: Midland Floodlit Youth League 98/9

Pen Pic:  
Steve Jenkins is a home grown talent who has shown flashes of his ability but has yet to fulfill his potential having had a couple of frustrating seasons with loss of form and then a string of stomach strain problems. Jenks has the attributes to be the complete midfield player, hard working and strong in the tackle, but also lively and creative with his passing. He is not overly blessed with raw pace, but often finds his tenacity and
timing pushes him past opposition players. Can score goals when his strong runs get him into good positions, but his tally remained disappointing. He struggled for his best form in 2002/3, perhaps hampered by having been asked to fill a defensive role that does not seem to suit his natural game. The following campaign looked to be starting well as he seemed back to his best in pre-season but long periods out with injury have not helped him settle into the side and it was not a real surprise when the need to bring in a new defender led to Jenks being released. Has since linked up with DML Western strugglers Cinderford Town.

Jenks scores vs. Cinderford - (c) The Citizen
Pic: The Citizen

Jenks made an immediate impression on his debut at The Lawn back in 1999 and featured several times towards the end of that season having graduated from the youth team set-up. Seemed set to be a regular part of the squad in the following campaign but dropped a division during pre-season to get a chance of more regular first team football at Cirencester Town. Jenks returned to City under Tommy Callinan in March 2000 to add his efforts to the squad aimed at avoiding relegation from the DML Premier, but must have initially been frustrated to again find  his opportunities limited. He had to wait until players drifted away from the squad to win a regular spot in the side, but really established himself as one of our strongest players in the second half of the difficult 2000/1 season. Stayed on when former youth boss Chris Burns returned, but has slightly suffered from being used as a utility player filling in often unfamiliar roles. 

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