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The 61-year-old has recovered from heart surgery and will be back on the Cheltenham bench next season.Read the full story ›
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The Cheltenham manager, who is recovering from heart surgery, has thanked people for their well wishes and called on fans to back the teamRead the full story ›
Cheltenham Town manager Gary Johnson has thanked the Bristol Heart Institute for their hard work as he continues his recovery from heart surgery.
Johnson missed Cheltenham's recent match at Doncaster Rovers having gone down with a heavy cold.
After continuing to feel unwell, he was admitted to hospital over the weekend of March 11.
He is expected to miss a few weeks of action but is looking forward to getting back to the team.
Watch Johnson's full thank you video below, (footage from BHI):
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The club are using a crowdfunding scheme to raise money for the new scoreboard at the LCI Rail Stadium.Read the full story ›
Thousands of football fans have lined the streets at Cheltenham town paraded their National League trophy.
The Robins' open top bus tour left Whaddon Road stadium at 3pm.
Thousands turned out to applaud the team - and the manager who guided them to success.
Gary Johnson said they have much to celebrate, including a rather dubious honour; Cheltenham Town were top of the list for person with the most red and yellow cards:
As Cheltenham Town are promoted we get reaction from not only manager Gary Johnson - but his son, and Bristol City's boss - Lee Johnson too.Read the full story ›