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Matt Shaxton



attacking midfielder

7 June 1987
Bridgwater, Somerset.
City Career  
Transfer Details: Finally signed Southern League forms on 14 December 2006 having trained with the club for several weeks.
City Debut: v Corby Town (h) SLPD, 20 February '07, won 2-0 (as sub)
City Stats

2006/7: 11(8) Apps, 1 Goal
Totals: 11(8) Apps, 1 Goal

Career Club History: Bridgwater Town, Gloucester City
Honours: England Schools National Finalist, Somerset County u-18s

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An attacking player equally at home playing as a striker or getting forward from midfield position Shaxton had been training with Gloucester City for several weeks having impressed at the Hartbury College football set-up where he is a team-mate of City left-back Michael Noakes. Had been set for a trial debut in December's planned league cup tie with Didcot but with that postponed due to fog Shaxton had to wait another couple of months to make his bow in a league fixture against Corby. Shaxton seems set to benefit from Aaron Wilson's departure which has given him a chance to impress with a more regular spot in the squad. At the moment fans will unfortunately best remember a spurned goal chance against Cirencester but Matt has a good turn of pace and with a little more time could be an interesting prospect.

Shaxton had started the season playing in the Toolstation Western League with Bridgwater Town where he has impressed in helping the Somerset outfit to second in the division at the time of his signing. The youngster is initially on dual registration with both clubs so it will be a matter of time before it is clear whether Shaxton will establish himself as a regular part of the City squad, or if he'll continue to be mainly a Western League player.


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