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Reported in the Gloucester Echo 26th October 2015
"Cirencester Town will have a chance to put their 5 - 1 defeat at home to Dunstable behind then quickly when they male the long trip to Bideford Town on Tuesday night.
The Centurions have now lost their last three games and five of their last six in the Southern League Premier Division and club legend Jody Bevan, now a coach at the Corinium Stadium, offered no excuses for their latest offering.
He said: "It was terrible and very disappointing. We just didnt get going at all and found ourselves 3 - 0 down inside 25 minutes. The first half was as bad as anything Hughsey (manager Brian Hughes) and I can remember. We didn't paper over the cracks but credit to the lads they came out in the second half and gave it a right go.
They had a good chance to make it 3 - 2 with 25 minutes to go and if that had gone in I fancied us to get something because we'd turned it round but from there the game petered out and the two late goals put the gloss on it for them.
There's no getting away from teh terrible first half performance and we'll look to put that right on Tuesday night."
With Cirencester needing to trim their squad following recent signings to ease their injury crisis, defender Gethin Jones has left and joined league rivals Merthyr Town.