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Tom Webb

Tom Webb (pic. Tony Hickey)
Webby in pre-season action


midfield or right wing-back



City Career  
Transfer Details: Signed Southern League forms for the first team in February 2001 having impressed in the youth set-up.
City Debut: v Bromsgrove Rovers (a) SLWD, 21st April '01, Won 1-0 (as sub).
City Stats

2000/1: 4(2) Apps, 0 Goals
2001/2: 27(10) App, 0 Goals
2002/3: 54(18) Apps, 5 Goals
2003/4: 44(8) Apps, 2 Goals
2004/5: 46(1) Apps, 2 Goals
2005/6: 47 Apps, 4 Goals
2006/7: 45(5) Apps, 3 Goals
2007/8: 17(1) Apps, 1 Goal
Totals: 284(45) Apps, 17 Goals

Career Club History: Luton Town, Gloucester City, Viney St.Swithins (loan 00/1)
Honours: Herefordshire Youth Cup 01/2, DML Western R-up 03/4, City PoY 05/6.

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Creative midfield player who has graduated from the City youth set-up to exert a big influence on the side as he has matured and become more experienced. Tom is a clever right-footed player who is inventive on the ball and also has the pace and skill to beat opponents with ease, often putting over dangerous swinging crosses or breaking forward with surging runs. While he always looks most comfortable going forward Webb has incredible energy and enthusiasm which often takes him all over the park and often puts him in the right place to make vital tackles. Has rejected several offers to move away from Meadow Park and his growing consistency and impact in the team was recognised with the Supporters Player of the Year award in 2006. Committed his future to the club signing a new contract in March 2007 having spurned the lengthy overtures of Conference North neighbours Worcester City.

Tom wins plaudits often for the sheer enrgy of his performances, and he has the skill to change games and unsettle opponents almost at will. Having passed 200 City apperances already its often easy to forget how young he still is, and the level of his ability means that there should be more to come. He has worked hard to build up his strength and has been far more consistent in recent seasons, but still lacks perhaps a little tactical discipline and a bit of directness which could lead to him finding the net with greater frequency.

Webb first linked up with City's youth set-up having been tracked as a schoolboy by Luton Town. Having done well in the Midland Floodlit Youth League captaining the under-18s he became one of three players from that side to sign Southern League registration forms in February 2001 and began to break into the first team in April 2001. He immediately Impressed with his enthusiasm and touch and established himself as a regular member of the first team squad under Chris Burns. His progress wasn't helped by being asked to fill in at varius positions including left-back on occasion, but has excelled since in a more familiar central midfield role. Quickly became a pivotal creative figure in the side and grabbed his first senior goal as part of an electric display that helped beat Conference side Woking on their ground in the February 2003 FA Trophy replay. Did attract the attention of Ch#!tenham Town scouts but despite several weeks training with their reserve side Webb has remained at Meadow Park where he has an opportunity to develop into a truely great player.

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