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Symons makes Gloucester switch

Worcester Editorial 20th May, 2015 Updated: 19th Oct, 2016

MIKE Symons has rejoined Gloucester City following his release from arch-rivals Worcester City.

The striker bagged ten goals in 45 games last season but was shown the door at the Blue and Whites as part of the side’s summer shake-up.

Symons wasted no time in finding a new club and was snapped up by former employers Gloucester, who he has scored for 28 times in just over 100 appearances.

It will be the third spell the targetman has had at the Tigers.

Gloucester manager Tim Harris told the club website: “I am delighted Mike has agreed to return, he is in really good shape, very much looking forward to the season ahead and he will add additional experience to the side.

“Mike is one of the best at holding the ball up in the Conference North and he will provide plenty of options to the attacking alternatives we are assembling.”

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