Andy Tucker

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Position: Right BackAndy Tucker / Midfield
DoB: Unknown
Birthplace: Cheltenham

City Career
Transfer Details: Signed permanently by Rosenior having initially been a loan signing by Murphy, the final transfer from C@#ltenham Town being completed in May '96.
City Debut: Vs. VS Rugby (h) BHLPD, 2nd March 1996, Drew 1-1.
1995/6: 13(1) Apps, 0 Goals
1996/7: 35(15) Apps, 3 Goals
1997/8: 52(6) Apps, 4 Goals
1998/9: 41(8) Apps, 3 Goals
1999/0: 37(4) Apps, 0 Goals
2000/1: 47(4) Apps, 2 Goals
Totals: 225(37) Apps, 12 Goals

Previous Clubs: Ch@#tenham Town, Gloucester City, Bishops Cleeve

Honours: Beazer Homes (now DML) Premier R-up 92/3, 93/4 & 94/5, FA Trophy Semi's 96/7, Gloucester City PoY 00/1

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Been loyal to City over six seasons and enjoyed the club's run to the FA Trophy semis and third place in the DML Premier before surviving repeated financial cutbacks and relegation. Originally signed as a right-back by John Murphy from Cheltenham Town and has since become a key part of the teams of Leroy Rosenior, Brian Hughes and Tommy Callinan. Stayed at the club through a serious career threatening knee injury and a contract dispute that was only settled on the eve of a FA tribunal.
Finally though life at Meadow Park seemed to prove just too wearisome and Tucks headed for the lesser demands of Bishops Cleeve in July 2001, despite being the City captain and current player of the year at the time. 
Tucks could boast subtle passing skills and overcame suspicions that he was a little lightweight to become a key player in either defence or midfield. Looked at his best in midfield where his right foot could carve open defences, although he rarely contributed quite as many goals as perhaps could be expected. 
A hard working player who fills holes and gaps all over the pitch. Took on more responsibility as the club disintegrated and continued to graft despite his obvious discomfort at the clubs circumstances. His departure will be a real blow at City and is sure to be contacted if he may consider a return in the future.  

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