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Josh Low
Full nameJoshua David Low
NationalityWal Wales
Rovers apps (goals)a22 (0)
PositionMidfielder
Date of birth15 February 1979
in Bristol
Height6 ft 4 in
Joined
August 1995 from Youth
Left
June 1999 to join Leyton Orient
Senior clubs
Bristol Rovers
Farnborough Town
Leyton Orient
Cardiff City
Oldham Athletic
Northampton Town
Leicester City
Peterborough United
Cheltenham Town
Forest Green Rovers
Bath City
a League appearances and goals only
Last updated by Gasheadsteve on 5/07/2013

Joshua Low, known as Josh Low, is a midfielder who came through the Rovers youth system, and was promoted to the professional squad in 1995. He spent four years with the first team and made 22 league appearances in that time.

He was loaned to Farnborough Town during the 1998-99 season, and was released by Rovers in the summer of 1999. Following his release he joined Leyton Orient, and later went on to play for Wales at under-21 level in 2001 while he was a Cardiff City player.

CareerEdit

After beginning his career at Rovers, Josh moved to Leyton Orient for a brief spell in 1999 and in October of that year he moved to Cardiff City, initially on loan but a month later the deal became permanent. After almost three years with the Bluebirds he was signed by Oldham Athletic on a free transfer and a year later Northampton Town paid £165,000 for him.

Josh made 102 league appearances for Northampton, and scored fifteen goals before joining Leicester City on a free transfer in 2006. He spent less than a season at the Walkers Stadium, and was signed by Peterborough United for a nominal fee in January 2007. He was on the move again early in the 2008-09 season, when he joined Cheltenham Town, who loaned him to Forest Green Rovers for a month in December 2008.

He played 121 times in the league for Cheltenham before he was released by them in 2012. At this point to took the decision to retire from full-time football, opting to sign for Bath City.

Career statsEdit

SeasonClubLeague
AppsGoals
1995–96Bristol Rovers 10
1996–97Bristol Rovers 30
1997–98Bristol Rovers 100
1998–99Bristol Rovers 80
1998–99Farnborough Town (loan)??
1999–00Leyton Orient 51
1999–00Cardiff City (loan)20
1999–00Cardiff City 152
2000–01Cardiff City 364
2001–02Cardiff City 220
2002–03Cardiff City 00
2002–03Oldham Athletic 213
2003–04Northampton Town 333
2004–05Northampton Town 347
2005–06Northampton Town 355
2006–07Leicester City 160
2006–07Peterborough United 191
2007–08Peterborough United 152
2008–09Peterborough United 00
2008–09Cheltenham Town 140
2008–09Forest Green Rovers (loan)40
2009–10Cheltenham Town 394
2010–11Cheltenham Town 307
2011–12Cheltenham Town 383
2012–13Bath City 305

Record against RoversEdit

Josh has played against Rovers nine times since leaving the club, winning five times, drawing once and losing three times.

DateClubVenueResultNotes
19 November 2000Cardiff CityNinian Park5–1 to Cardiff
25 September 2004Northampton TownSixfields2–1 to Northampton
3 January 2005Northampton TownMemorial Stadium3–1 to Rovers
7 October 2005Northampton TownMemorial Stadium0–0Subbed off after 70 minutes
19 November 2005Northampton TownSixfields4–0 to Northampton
3 February 2007Peterborough UnitedMemorial Stadium3–2 to Rovers
16 September 2008Cheltenham TownWhaddon Road2–1 to CheltenhamEx-Rovers players Shane Higgs, Craig Armstrong and Barry Hayles also played for Cheltenham
27 January 2009Cheltenham TownMemorial Stadium3–2 to RoversEx-Rovers loanee Elvis Hammond also played for Cheltenham
1 October 2011Cheltenham TownMemorial Stadium3–1 to CheltenhamSteve Elliott and Darryl Duffy also played for Cheltenham

In addition to these games, he was also an unused sub in Rovers' 2–0 victory over Cheltenham Town in January 2012.

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