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Marc Richards

Marc Richards
Richards in City colours


central midfield

8 November 1981
City Career  
Transfer Details: Signed for City on 21 March 2007 from SLP local rivals Cirencester Town.
City Debut: v Chippenham Town (a) SLPD, 24 March '07, lost 0-1 (as sub)
City Stats

2006/7: 9(1) Apps, 2 Goals
2007/8: 14(2) Apps, 1 Goal
Totals: 23(3) Apps, 3 Goals

Career Club History: Ch#!tenham Town, Cinderford Town, Weston-super-Mare Town, Swindon Supermarine, Cirencester Town(105(6)-21), Gloucester City
Honours: BUSA Championship Winner 06/7, British Universities XI 06/7

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Marc is an all-action hard working and versatile footballer who has arrived at City with a reputation built at Cirncester Town where he has proven himself to be an energetic midfielder with the happy knack of making late runs and scoring important goals. Although at his happiest in the centre of a team Richards has plenty of experience playing at either central defence of full-back, and that versatility will make him an important addition to a small squad. His signing will also introduce fierce competition for places in the City starting XI and keep every player on their toes.

Marc signed for City in March 2007 having decided to leave Cirencester Town after a bust-up over a fixture clash which forced him to choose between a club fixture and a fixture for Hartpury Colleage where the player works. City have a good relationship with the college with several other first team players already linked to Hartpury with the club also often using their training facilities. It must have been a disappointing end to a four year spell with the Cotswold side who are facing a battle against relegation this season and where Richards had been one of few players to retain his form, scoring nine goals from midfield in a struggling side. Richards had been vice-captain at Ciren and had played a key role in helping the club to promotion to the Southern League Premier in 2004-05. Marc began his career as a youth player with Ch#!tenham Town and started his non-league career with Cinderford Town, having short spells with Weston and Supermarine before moving to Corinium Park in 2003.

Scoring at Cheshunt


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