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Neil Mustoe - Defender / Caretaker Manager

1st Debut : Atherstone Utd (H) - 17/08/02
Last Game : Lewes (H) - 14/01/03

2nd Debut : Team Bath (H) - 19/08/03
Last Game :

Midfielder Neil Mustoe is the only person at the club who could conceivably challenge Phil Gough for the esteemed title of "Mr Gloucester City"!

A former T-Ender himself Neil has travelled the full footballing spectrum by not only supporting the club but also playing for them, captaining them but also managing them for a brief period in January 2006.

After starting his career with Manchester United alongside the likes of Paul Scholes and Ryan Giggs Neil found himself as one of the many players who try but don't eventually make it at Old Trafford and after a short spell with Wigan Athletic made his name at Cambridge United.

After four good seasons at the Abbey Stadium he was released by new manager John Beck and joined up with the Tigers after failing to find a new league club and played his part in the FA Trophy run before accepting short term deals with both Stevenage Borough and then Yeovil Town.

Yeovil dispensed of his services after they won promotion to the Football League and Mustoe found himself back at City where he found himself as a permanent fixture in the team until he broke his leg playing against Evesham United in February 2006. A few weeks earlier, after Chris Burns had stepped down he managed the team in the 4-5 home defeat to Tiverton Town.

 Neil Mustoe

Manchester United, Wigan Athletic, Cambridge United (99-4), Cambridge City (loan), Gloucester City, Stevenage Borough, Yeovil Town, Gloucester City, Cirencester United (loan)

Appearances & Goals:

Season Apps Subs Goals
 2002/03    33      -      -  
 2003/04    44      4      1  
 2004/05    40      -      2  
 2005/06    27      -      4  
 2006/07    41      4      -  
 2007/08    50      -      -  
 2008/09    43      2      2  
 2009/10    38      4      -  
 2010/11    17     17      -  
 2011/12     2      9      -  
 2012/13     2      3      -  
 2013/14     -      1      -  
Total  337     44      9  

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Page last updated : 23rd August 2013

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