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Ferdinand loaned to Cheltenham
Ferdinand loaned to Cheltenham Cheltenham Town

Ferdinand loaned to Cheltenham

Peterborough midfielder Kane Ferdinand has joined League Two Cheltenham on a two-month loan deal.

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Yates to strengthen squad Cheltenham Town

Yates to strengthen squad

Cheltenham chairman Paul Baker has given first-team boss Mark Yates the go ahead to strengthen the Town squad with new players.

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Baker in Cheltenham vow Cheltenham Town

Baker in Cheltenham vow

Cheltenham need 'big characters, physical players and captains' and will be busy in the market, according to chairman Paul Baker.

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Deadly duo earn the plaudits Cheltenham Town

Deadly duo earn the plaudits

Graham Westley sang the praises of his strikers Chris Beardsley and Lee Barnard after Stevnage's 5-1 thrashing of Cheltenham.

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Stevenage crush Cheltenham Cheltenham Town

Stevenage crush Cheltenham

Chris Beardsley and Lee Barnard both struck twice as a rampant Stevenage hammered Cheltenham 5-1 to move into the top half.

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Stevenage v Cheltenham preview Cheltenham Town

Stevenage v Cheltenham preview

Team news for Saturday's League Two clash between Stevenage and Cheltenham Town at Broadhall Way.

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Tough ties for FA Cup minnows Cheltenham Town

Tough ties for FA Cup minnows

FA Cup second round draw - Worcester will travel to Scunthorpe in tough draw for non-league sides.

Harrison the hero for Yates Cheltenham Town

Harrison the hero for Yates

Cheltenham manager Mark Yates praised hat-trick hero Byron Harrison after they smashed Swindon 5-0 in the FA Cup first round.

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