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Jack Pitcher

Pitcher in City action



City Career  
Transfer Details: Signed a one year contract on 29 May 2007 on a free transfer from SLP rivals Clevedon Town.
City Debut: v Cheshunt (a) SLPD, 18 August '07, won 3-0.
City Stats

2007/8: 14(3) Apps, 8 Goals
Totals: 14(3) Apps, 8 Goals

Career Club History: Winterbourne United, Mangotsfield United, Clevedon Town (149(2)-73), Gloucester City
Honours: Clevedon Town PoY 04/5, Southern League Western Division 1 Championship 05/6, FA Cup Player of 1st Qualifying Round 07/8.

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Jack Pitcher is a lively forward whose pace and agressive running can cause defences no end of problems, but his main assett is the happy knack of putting the ball into the net with consistency. His decision to join City from Southern League Premier rivals Clevedon Town is a huge boost for the club, and together with the addition of keeper Kevin Sawyer suggests the club are close to assembling a squad capable of a serious promotion push next season. Pitcher has a proven goalscoring record and he quickly impressed City fans with his work rate and sharpness. Pitcher quickly wrote his own footnote in City history when he grabbed all five goals in beating Yate Town in the FA Cup in September, a feat which saw him win the player of the round award for the 1st Qualifying stage and a VIP trip to the Wembley Final.

Pitcher gets crucnhed on his debut at Cheshunt

Jack started his senior career in the Gloucestershire County League with Winterbourne United who he helped to promotion into the Hellenic League, but was soon spotted by Mangotsfield United who snapped him up in September 2002. He soon found his scoring feet at Southern League level with five goals in his first five games, and managed to score heavily and earn a two year contract despite finding a regular starting spot hard to come by as the Bristol club then boasted an array of forward talent. Pitcher headed for Clevedon Town in search of regular first team football in July 2004, and in three seasons with the Seasiders established himself as a fixture in the divisional top scorers lists. His goals contributed greatly to Clevedon's Western Division championship season in 2006, and he continued to impress as his 20 goals in a struggling side helped keep the club up the following season.

Jack Pitcher

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