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Ollie Barnes



central defender



City Career  
Transfer Details: Signed on 4 December on a one month loan spell from Division 2 side Bristol Rovers.
City Debut: v Cheshunt (h) SLPD, 9 December '06, Lost 0-2.
City Stats

2006/7: 5 Apps, 1 Goal
Totals: 5 Apps, 1 Goal

Career Club History: Bristol City, Bristol Rovers, Gloucester City (loan 06/7), Weston-super-Mare Town, Salisbury City
Honours: none known

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Barnes is a commanding left-sided 19 year-old centre-back who joined City on a one month loan spell from League Division 2 side Bristol Rovers at the start of December, a time when Gloucester desperately need to find some defensive confidence after consecutive 5-2 and 4-1 home defeats. Barnes will provide some crucial cover as Lyndon Tomkins recovers from a hamstring problem and fellow Tigers' stopper Tom Hamblin misses some games over the Christmas period due to work commitments. At 6' 2" tall Barnes adds some much needed height and presence to our recently fragile back-line, but is also encouraginly considered to be fairly quick and can reputedly pass the ball well of defence. Is sure to be asked to show some professional discipline to keep the defence well drilled when put under pressure.

Barnes has long been a highly rated performer on the Bristol youth football circuit and having been with Bristol City since the age of 12 many were surprised when he was released from Ashton Gate having completed his time in their academy sides. Bristol Rovers were quick to take the youngster across the city and after a few impressive resrve team outings he was signed on a pro contract. Although he has yet to make his Rovers debut he featured in several pre-season matches and is clearly a player with a bright future who will be keen to show the Rovers management he can compete with the physical demands of football at Southern League level.

Ollie Barnes

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