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Lee Randall

 
Randall at Tivvy

Position:

midfield & kit man

DoB:
Age:
Birthplace:

12 April 1978
29
Slough

 
     
     
 
City Career  
 
Transfer Details: Returned for a second spell at Meadow Park in the summer of 2005 and signed forms for the club after impressing with his determination to regain full fitness and make a return to semi-pro football.
City Debut: v Gresley Rovers (a) SLWD, 25 August '01, Lost 2-0.
City Stats

2001/2: 1 App, 0 Goals
2005/6: 16(14) Apps, 1 Goal
2006/7: 5(4) Apps, 0 Goals
2007/8: 0 Apps, 0 Goals
Totals: 22(18) Apps, 1 Goal

 
Career Club History: Oldham Athletic, Slough Town, Chesham United, Harrow Borough, Windsor & Eton, Brockworth, Gloucester City, Brockworth Albion, Gloucester City, Cirencester United (loan 05/6, 06/7), Cinderford Town, Gloucester City
Honours: Northern Pro Reserve Championship
     
 

Pen Pic:

 

Randall is a hugely popular figure at Gloucester City and a real fans' favourite, despite featuring only fleetingly on the pitch in his seasons with the club. Rands is now very much a peripheral squad player, but after a brief pre-season spell with Cinderford Town failed to work out Rands headed back to City where he has become almost totemic. It seems that although registered in case of a playing crisis Randall's main role will now be as kit man, and he will also act as assistant to club physio Ade Tandy whilst taking a training course in treating sports injuries. Having him around the club will help enormously with team spirit, as Rands is a real positive chracter and motivator, and also provides endless entertainment with his victory jig setting a trend as City fans join in 'doing the Randall'.

Randall is a hugely experienced player with professional experience at Oldham and was also part of Slough's FA Trophy semi-final midfield before playing for a number of Isthmian clubs. Initially came to City via Brockworth having relocated to the area through his job. His time at the club was brief and he drifted back to Brockworth and played well beneath his potential in the County League. He showed admirable courage in trying to step back up to senior semi-pro football and had some success in shedding the pounds gained in several years out of the game, but never really had enough football to fully regain his match fitness. This is more than a shame as he still shows signs of real quality when given time on the ball, demonstrating good touch and a fierce shot.

Lee Randall

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