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Cheltenham Town FC Player Profiles

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UPDATED 05:27 15th May 2015

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Central midfielder Kyle Storer signed for Cheltenham Town in June 2015, after departing the Robins’ Vanarama National League rivals Wrexham.
After progressing through the youth ranks at Leicester City, the 28-year-old made his full-debut for Bedworth United, before going on to represent Tamworth, Atherstone, Hinckley United and Nuneaton.
Storer really began to make a name for himself at Kidderminster Harriers, proving instrumental alongside Cheltenham Town men Lee Vaughan and Amari Morgan-Smith as the Aggborough-outfit finished second in the 2012/13 National League season.
The Leicestershire native was named man-of-the-match for Kiddy as they fell to a 1-0 Emirates FA Cup defeat to Premier League side Sunderland in January 2014, netting 13 goals in more than 150 appearances, as well as appearing against the Robins in two pre-season friendlies.
Storer switched to Wrexham in January 2015, making 13 appearances, even donning the captain’s armband in a barnstorming spell in Wales. He has signed a one-year deal to keep in the Cotswolds until the end of the 2015/16 season.