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03 October 2023 Venue The Completely-Suzuki Stadium Attendance

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Match Previews

Match Preview: Fleetwood Town (H)

3 October 2023

The Robins return to the Completely-Suzuki Stadium this evening (Tuesday 3 October, 7:45PM) to take on Fleetwood Town in Darrell Clarke's first game in charge.

Clarke became the new Town manager on Friday evening and was in attendance at Saturday's defeat to Lincoln City, before his first day in the role yesterday.

The Robins will be hoping to kickstart their season against a Fleetwood side who we took four points from during the 2022/23 season. The last meeting between the two came back in March, when the Robins ran out 1-0 winners.

Tickets for tonight's game will be available to buy right up until kick-off. Supporters can purchase match tickets both online and from the ticket office at the Completely-Suzuki Stadium, which will be open all day.

You can see the full list of ticket prices and the stadium plan by clicking here.

First time at the Completely-Suzuki Stadium? Click here to see our Visitors Guide and see below the directions to Whaddon Road.

The gates will be open from 6:15PM for tonight's game. Supporters will be able to buy food and drink in and around the Completely-Suzuki Stadium from our several kiosks.

*Please note there will be no car parking available for tonight's match, unless you have a car parking season pass. 

Matchday programmes will be available to buy around the ground and from the club shop for just £3. Supporters can also access the programme and the rest of this seasons programmes by clicking here.

The club shop will also be open for Robins fans ahead of today's game. You will be able to purchase kit, leisurewear, programmes and more from 6PM.

If you are unable to make it to tonight's game don't worry. Fans in the U.K and overseas will be able to watch the action by purchasing a Video Match Pass over on iFollow for £10.

You can also keep up to date with all the action from tonight's game by following @CTFCofficial over on Twitter/X. 

To read the post-match report and reaction, head over to after the game for more on how the action unfolded. 

We would also like to remind supporters of our reporting line at the Completely-Suzuki Stadium. If you experience any discrimination or anti-social beaviour close to you on a matchday, you can confidentially report it to the club’s control room by texting us on 07856 869985.

We're looking forward to welcoming all the Robins and Fleetwood fans to the Completely-Suzuki Stadium this evening. We hope you enjoy your evening.

Come on you Robins!

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Match Reports

Report and reaction: Robins 0-2 Fleetwood Town

3 October 2023

The Robins suffered a 2-0 defeat to Fleetwood Town in new manager Darrell Clarke’s first game in charge at the Completely-Suzuki Stadium.

A goal in either half from Junior Quitirna and Jack Marriott condemned the hosts to another defeat as Curtis Davies was shown red in the second half for a late challenge.

“The players need all the support they can get from myself and my staff moving forward because we are a million miles off,” said Clarke post-match.

“There’s young lads out there who look a million miles away, there’s a lack of confidence, picking the wrong options and the only way you get through these things is a hell of a lot of hard work on the training pitch.

“I would love to tell the fans it will be a quick fix but it will not.”

The first opportunity of the game fell to the visitors with Ben Heneghan heading over from a corner before Bosun Lawal scooped an effort over five minutes later.

Either side of those chances, Jovan Malcolm spun his man before seeing his effort rebound back off the bottom of the upright and captain Sean Long couldn’t direct his follow up effort.

Malcolm would force Jay Lynch into a save 10 minutes later after cutting in from the right hand side and firing across goal but it was parried away.

Fleetwood soon took back control and opened the scoring through Quitirna’s free kick from the edge of the box with Luke Southwood at full stretch unable to prevent it going in.

Chances were few and far between for the rest of the half with Long’s low cross that was headed wide by Rob Street the only highlight.

The Robins came out on the front foot in the second half with a pair of Davies headers from close range forcing Lynch into a couple of saves with Street nearly getting a toe on the end of one.

However, the Robins were stopped in their tracks in the 70th minute after Davies flew into a challenge on former Cheltenham man Ryan Broom and after a short delay was given his marching orders.

Initially, one less man didn’t deter the home side with substitute Will Goodwin, after being slipped in behind by Liam Sercombe, shooting across goal but no one was on hand to add the final touch.

Five minutes later the visitors dealt the killer blow with Marriott tapping in a loose ball to hand the hosts the three points.

CHELTENHAM TOWN (3-5-2): Southwood; Bevan (Peupion 56), Davies, Freestone; Long (c), Thompson (Hammond 66), Bonds, Sercombe, Ferry (B. Williams 73); Malcolm (Goodwin 73), Street (Keena 73). Subs not used: Harris (Gk), Smith

FLEETWOOD TOWN (4-1-4-1): Lynch; Lawal, Nsiala, Heneghan (Holgate 82), Earl; Robertson; Omochere (Stockley 76), Broom, Vela, Quitirna; Marriott (Simons 86). Subs not used: McMullan (Gk), Tshimanga, Graydon, Patterson

REFEREE: S Purkiss

ATTENDANCE: 3,104 (93 from Fleetwood)

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