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The match at the Millennium Stadium on 28 May 2006 was attended by 29,196 people. [13], Cheltenham's survival was secured on the final day of the season as they beat Doncaster Rovers 2–1 at Whaddon Road, denying their opposition automatic promotion. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. [citation needed] The reverse fixture was even more impressive as the Robins became the first team to complete a double over Leeds during their first visit to the third tier of English football. In the 2017-18 season the club ultimately only gained one point more than in the previous year (51 compared to 50), and finished in 17th place in League 2. [39], December was largely successful however with wins at Morecambe FC, Fleetwood Town and at home to Exeter City on Boxing Day showing promise once again but Cheltenham were beaten by Mansfield Town to end the year and an 11 league game unbeaten run with fans left unsure of what was to come from their faithful Robins in 2014.

[9], Cheltenham opened up the 2007–08 season with a 1–0 win against Gillingham, but suffered an early exit to Southend United 4–1 from the League Cup. [6] In the play-off final, Cheltenham beat Grimsby Town 1–0, securing a place in League One for 2006–07. [50] Cheltenham subsequently appointed Paul Buckle as team manager,[51] but he was dismissed after just 79 days.

The club said it would also name a stand and supporters' player-of-the-season award in Jacob's memory. [56] The team amassed 101 points, scored the most and conceded the fewest goals, and won the most and lost the fewest games, on their way to becoming Champions, finishing 12 points clear of second-placed local rivals Forest Green Rovers. To do this click on the cookie settings button below. [citation needed] Two hard fought 2–2 draws followed against Portsmouth FC and Oxford United before another disappointing 4–2 defeat at Torquay United. [5], During the 2005–06 season, a new stand for visiting fans was added (The Carlsberg Stand) and a small electronic scoreboard was installed. [citation needed] They however narrowly lost out on two awards for that month; Manager and Player of the Month—after losing to Millwall in the final game of January. [19] Cheltenham won their first match of the season against Grimsby Town 2–1, but fell dramatically down the table soon after. The Cheltenham Football Netball Club boasts a proud history that dates all the way back to 1891. [citation needed] In the semi-final Cheltenham beat Wycombe Wanderers 2–1 away and drew 0–0 in the second leg at Whaddon Road. Traditionally, Cheltenham's main rivals were Gloucestershire neighbours Gloucester City. Results improved and they climbed to third place by the start of November, as well as progressing to the third round of the FA Cup, where they were drawn at home to Premier League side Everton, losing 1–5, with goals from Fellaini, Baines, Coleman, Osman and Jelavic. [21], Yates, ahead of his first full season with Cheltenham, revamped the squad, releasing eight players,[22] including defender Shane Duff, who had just completed his tenth year with the club. [citation needed], After two mid-table finishes in Division Three, Cheltenham finally won promotion to Division Two (via the Division Three playoffs) at the end of the 2001–02 season. Fixtures between the two are humorously nicknamed El Glosico.

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