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Aaron Wilson

Aaron Wilson
Wilson in City action




6 July 1986

City Career  
Transfer Details: Signed from Western League side Bristol Manor Farm in August 2006 having impressed in late pre-season games.
City Debut: v Maidenhead United (h) SLPD, 19 August '06, won 2-1 (scored 1)
City Stats

2006/7: 29(10) Apps, 5 Goals
Totals: 29(10) Apps, 5 Goals

Career Club History: Henbury, Bristol Manor Farm (21-7), Gloucester City, Taunton Town, Weston-super-Mare Town
Honours: none known

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Aaron Wilson joined the club in the summer of 2006 and immediately caught the eye, and not only for his bright red boots. Aaron is a tricky and speedy attacking player who has most often appeared on the left wing, but can operate equally comfortabley from either flank or from the centre of midfield. His ball skills and pace concern opponents and added to his reputation with a debut goal, equalising at home to Maidenhead with a well driven shot on the opening day of the season. His form has not gone unnoticed and having joined amidst rumours that Bath City and Bristol City were both tracking his progress has since played a reserve trial match for Ch#!tenham Town who join Plymouth Argyle in taking an active interest in him.

Wilson: The boy in the red boots Wilson made an immediate impact at City having played in the last few games of the 2006 pre-season programme and instantly convincing City boss Tim Harris to offer him terms and the chance to step up to Southern League Premier level. Wilson's move follows that of young defender Tom Hamblin and is another player to arrive after Dave Mehew's appointment as City's assistant manager, both following Mehew from Western League side Bristol Manor Farm. Is not yet on a contract with us but has already turned down an offer to move to league rivals Mangotsfield United.

Aaron Wilson

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