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Paul Stonehouse

Stonehouse in the mist vs Grantham
In City action vs Lynn


left midfield


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City Career  
Transfer Details: Signed for City on loan from Conference side Forest Green Rovers for a second time on 18 January 2007.
City Debut: v Merthyr Tydfil (a) SLPD, 11th February '06, Drew 2-2.
City Stats

2005/6: 7 Apps, 0 Goals
2006/7: 7 Apps, 0 Goals
Totals: 14 Apps, 0 Goals

Career Club History: Forest Green Rovers (15(13)-1), Yate Town (13(2)-3) loan 05/6), Cinderford Town (loan 05/6), Gloucester City (loan 05/6, 06/7)
Honours: none known

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Stoner's arrival for a second loan spell in January 2007 came as a surprise to most City fans, partly as the left flank didn't seem an obvious priority for strengthening and also because it was a shock Forest Green were willing to part with the youngster after he seemed to have broken into the Conference squad. Has made some real impact for the Nailsworth side as they fight relegation from non-league's top flight and now City fans will be hoping the gritty left-winger can do the same in our own survival battle.

The arrival of Paul Stonehouse will be very welcome after a previous loan spell last season added some much needed pace and verve to City's left flank. Long rated by many local scouts the former Forest Green youth teamer impressed at Southern League standard in spells on loan at Yate Town and Cinderford Town before getting a chance to play first team football with the Tigers. His impressive man of the match debut at Merthyr suggested Stonehouse would do well for the side and he went on to become a steady presence in the side. His greater defensive strength sometimes saw him booked for heavy challenges but made a vital contribution to part of the best defensive run in the club's recent history that helped carry us away from the drop by April 2006.

Stonehouse in action at Northwood

Paul Stonehouse

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