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Examples of "gavin_tomlin"
More recently, Morgaro Gomis, Solomon Taiwo and Gavin Tomlin played for the club.
In a month with a punishing eight matches to be played, Torquay had to be at full strength if they were to make any kind of push for promotion. With that in mind, Paul Buckle once again dipped into the loan market. Although current loanee Ryan Gilligan unfortunately had to make an early return to Northampton following a family bereavement, Buckle was able to make an immediate replacement in the form of young Derby midfielder Ben Pringle. Shortly afterwards, Plainmoor also saw the arrival of two loan strikers in Ronan Murray from Ipswich Town and Gavin Tomlin of Dagenham & Redbridge. With Buckle eventually negotiating for both forwards to remain with Torquay until the end of the season, the Gulls now had a variety of attacking options with the likes of Jake Robinson, Chris Zebroski, Eunan O’Kane and Billy Kee already causing problems to opposition defences.
The U's were leapfrogged by relegation rivals Crawley Town on 14 March after suffering another defeat at the Community Stadium. Their twelfth home loss of the campaign began brightly, with Sammie Szmodics with a half-volley after 11 minutes. Ex-Colchester player Ryan Dickson scored a 15th-minute equaliser, before Gavin Tomlin put the Red Devils ahead prior to half-time. U's captain David Fox scored his first goal of his second spell with a quality free-kick shortly after the restart, but the 3–2 defeat was sealed when former loanee Izale McLeod scored from the spot after he was brought down by Sam Walker. The match featured newly signed Norwich City loanee Jacob Murphy, while South Africa captain Bongani Khumalo signed on loan until the end of the season from Tottenham, but didn't receive international clearance in time to face Crawley. Fellow Spurs player Kenneth McEvoy returned to White Hart Lane after making just one substitute appearance for the club.
The draw for the second round of the League Cup saw Middlesbrough handed a historic game versus League One side Yeovil Town – the game being the first ever competitive meeting between the two clubs. It turned out to be a comfortable victory for the home side. Gareth Southgate fielded a slightly weakened side, though handed Marvin Emnes his debut, along with first starts for Justin Hoyte and Didier Digard. Mido made his record three goals in three games after he opened the scoring, before Digard got his first goal for the club. Jérémie Aliadière added the third before Gavin Tomlin pulled one back for Yeovil. Emnes got a goal on his debut just after half-time, then Adam Johnson got the final goal to make it 5–1. Meanwhile, there was a full debut for Rhys Williams and a home debut for Josh Walker as they both came on as substitutes.
Corr signed for Southend United on 9 July 2010 along with Peter Gilbert, both of whom had played previously for Southend's manager Paul Sturrock at Sheffield Wednesday. From 47 appearances he netted 21 goals for the Shrimpers, making him the club's highest scorer that season. Corr missed out on the 2011–12 season due to an ongoing knee injury but returned on 22 September 2012 to score against former club Exeter. He spent most of the 2012–13 season on the bench due to the good form of Gavin Tomlin and loanee Britt Assombalonga, but became a mainstay of the team the following season as Sturrock was replaced with Phil Brown. On 26 June 2013, Corr signed a new two-year deal with Southend, much to present manager Phil Brown's delight after a degree of speculation and uncertainty around Corr's tenure at Southend. He made his 150th appearance for the Blues on 27 September 2014 against Shrewsbury
Defender Marcel Seip left the club on loan, joining Charlton Athletic until January. An early goal from striker Gavin Tomlin gave Dagenham & Redbridge the lead in the club's next game before second half goals from Craig Noone and Rory Patterson earned Argyle a 2–1 win. It was confirmed that the club had been presented with a winding-up petition from HM Revenue and Customs in October relating to unpaid tax debts. Former Leeds United and Cardiff City chairman Peter Ridsdale confirmed that he was in talks with the club regarding possible investment. "I must point out that I am not the only person in discussion with the Argyle board, there are plenty of other interested parties," he said in an interview with the BBC. "But I am certainly not in a position to announce anything at the moment as negotiations are ongoing." On the same day, Rory Fallon signed for Ipswich Town on loan until January, with a view to a permanent transfer. Midfielder Sean Kinsella signed for Stafford Rangers on loan for one month. Having not received their salaries for November, along with the playing squad, the club's staff released a statement declaring that they would do "everything they can to help the club during this difficult period."
Manager Micky Adams' first signing of the season was winger Kaid Mohamed, who stepped up to League One from League Two play-off semi-finalists Cheltenham Town; he was seen as a replacement for departing left-winger Ashley Vincent. Also joining the club were Preston North End defender Chris Robertson, Southend United forward Gavin Tomlin, and Sheffield Wednesday central midfielder Chris Lines. Liam Dickinson joined the Vale on trial for the second summer in a row, and again left without a contract after failing to prove his fitness. Adams, known for his gruelingly tough pre-season workouts, did not disappoint and left his players exhausted following their trip to Ireland. Following the trip, Anthony Griffith re-joined the club after securing his exit from League One rivals Leyton Orient. Mathias Kouo-Doumbé, Paul Reid and Ben Parker joined the club on trial, as Vale desperately needed more defensive cover. However the sixth signing of the summer was revealed as former Stoke City left-back Carl Dickinson, who secured his release form Watford in order to join the Vale. Chairman Norman Smurthwaite then told fans that there were to be no new signings as the club's wage bill was now up to 60 per cent of turnover – the maximum allowed under the Football League's new Financial Fair Play rule.
In preparation for League One football, Adams signed winger Kaid Mohamed to replace the departing Ashley Vincent. He also signed defenders Chris Robertson and Carl Dickinson, midfielders Chris Lines and Anthony Griffith, and forward Gavin Tomlin. On 22 September, Rob Page was put in temporary charge of first team affairs at Vale Park after Adams took the decision to take time off work to have hip replacement surgery. The club overstretched itself financially, meaning that as they lay outside the play-offs in January Adams could only sign largely untried youngsters on loan whilst releasing higher paid players either on free transfers or on loan. Their promotion push fell away but they ended the season in ninth place – far exceeding their original aim of avoiding relegation. During this time he had to deal with issues such as sacking defender Daniel Jones for physically attacking captain Doug Loft during training, and had to deal with months of speculation over his own future after chairman Norman Smurthwaite took until May before offering him a new one-year rolling contract. He signed the contract the following month.
With the squad now missing Chris Robertson and Billy Bodin, Martin Ling sought to bring in replacements for the departed pair. First in was former Wales under-21 winger Nathan Craig. Currently a free agent, Craig had impressed Ling while playing for the reserves and was offered what amounted to an extended trial until the end of the season. Another new face arrived in the shape of defender Angus MacDonald who was brought in on loan from Reading for the rest of the season. The new players had yet to make an appearance before Torquay's run of good form came to a shuddering halt with a surprise 2–1 defeat at Plainmoor to struggling Bradford City. Fans may well have been wondering if they were feeling the delayed effects of the Manager of the Month 'curse' when the Gulls suffered a second successive loss away to Gillingham. The 2–0 defeat at Priestfield ended in bizarre circumstances with the assistant referee flagging for a penalty when Brian Saah had seemingly brought down former Gulls-loanee Gavin Tomlin in the penalty box. However, referee Jock Waugh (who had originally waved play-on) decided to send off Joe Oastler instead of Saah. However, following an appeal, the FA rectified the error and the one-match ban was switched from Oastler to Saah.
Gavin Tomlin was to make an instant impact, scoring just five minutes into his debut in the home match against Shrewsbury. It was a game in which the Gulls went on to win 5-0, a particularly impressive performance considering the Shrews were currently 4th in the table and had spent the majority of the season in the play-off positions. Even that result was arguably bettered by Torquay’s trip to Gigg Lane three days later where they beat 2nd placed Bury 2-1 after coming back from a goal down. Earlier in the month, Torquay had already claimed four points from two other play-off challengers, grabbing a 1-1 draw with Rotherham and a 2-0 victory against Stevenage. In fact, Torquay seemed to be experiencing more problems against teams lower down in the division; the only defeat of the month came away to Aldershot and the Gulls only just managed to sneak a point with a 91st minute Guy Branston header to secure a 3-3 draw away at Macclesfield.
Walsall signed Ibehre up following his release from Leyton Orient on 2 July 2008, signing a one-year contact at the club. He scored in the pre-season friendly win against Port Vale on 3 August, and looked to have cemented his place in the starting lineup for the opening League One fixture against Yeovil Town. He started the game on 9 August and duly scored on his professional debut for the club, netting a 77th-minute equaliser after Gavin Tomlin had opened the scoring for Yeovil in the tenth minute. He brought his tally to two goals in two league games on 16 August when he fired home an 89th-minute winner in the Saddlers 2–1 win at home to Scunthorpe. At this stage, Ibehre kept his goal target for the season a closely guarded secret, but did say that he believed the decision to leave Brisbane Road would make him a better player and the time was right for a fresh challenge. Manager Jimmy Mullen was impressed by Ibehre's early performances, where he formed a good partnership with former England international striker Michael Ricketts.
Vale faced a kind draw in the First Round of the FA Cup, as their opponents were Southern League Division One South & West outfit Shortwood United, an amateur side five leagues below League One who had never before qualified for the First Round of the competition. The game was broadcast live on "BT Sport", earning the club £67,500 in television money. Vale avoided an upset and recorded a 4–0 win. They then disposed of Conference Premier outfit Salisbury City with a 4–1 win, though the game had been level at 1–1 with less than 15 minutes to go. In the Third Round were League Two side Plymouth Argyle, and Vale seemed to be on their way through to the Fourth Round after first half goals from Gavin Tomlin and Tom Pope, but failed to make the most of their advantage and instead were forced to go to a replay after conceding two goals in the second half. Manager Micky Adams was angry with his team's performance, particularly the defending. Vale twice came from behind in the replay and went on to win 3–2 and survived having Chris Lines sent off for a foul in the box as Chris Neal saved the resulting penalty. The Fourth Round would be where Vale's adventure ended, as Championship club Brighton & Hove Albion put in a professional performance at Vale Park and left with a 3–1 victory.
Easter Monday’s trip to Burton saw Torquay find their shooting boots again with Chris Zebroski and Gavin Tomlin putting the Gulls 2-0 up within the first 15 minutes. However, not for the first time this season, Torquay managed to surrender a two-goal lead and had to rely on a stunning 78th-minute strike from Billy Kee to rescue a point in a thrilling 3-3 draw. This was a result which left Torquay just outside the play-offs with two games remaining. The penultimate game of the league campaign was a Friday night encounter at home to champions-elect Chesterfield. Over 5,000 supporters witnessed yet another 0-0 draw which was also Craig Stanley’s last game before having to return to parent club Morecambe. Stanley was perhaps one of Paul Buckle’s most successful loan signings and many Gulls fans were hopeful that the midfielder would make a return to Plainmoor next season. The significance of the Chesterfield draw was only fully felt the following day with Gillingham and Stevenage both losing their matches. This meant all three teams would go into the final day of the season tied on 68 points with just two play-off spots remaining, although Torquay’s superior goal difference left them in pole position. The Gulls now had to travel to Rotherham knowing they only had to equal or better the Gillingham and Stevenage results in order to guarantee a place in the play-offs.
April began with a 2–1 win over Crawley, the only negative in the game being a red card for Chris Robertson, who seemed baffled as to why he was dismissed. His ban was later overturned and handed to Chris Lines, who had committed the tackle from behind which started the brawl in which Robertson had attempted to intervene as peacemaker. Vale went on to beat Walsall 1–0 with a controversial penalty and in doing so recorded their first double over Walsall in 114 years. Captain Loft and Dan Jones were ruled out of the Vale's next fixture after a training ground confrontation between the pair left Loft with a facial injury. Following a short investigation Jones was sacked by the club. This upheaval seemed not to affect the team as they went 2–0 up over Notts County at Meadow Lane, but then four goals without reply from County all but ended Vale's faint hopes of a play-off push. Vale then recorded their fourth straight home win after Jordan Hugill scored the only goal of the game against Milton Keynes Dons. A trip to third-place Rotherham ended with a 1–0 defeat, despite the hosts going down to ten men. In their final home game of the season, Vale let slip a one-goal lead to lose 2–1 to Sheffield United. The season ended with a 0–0 draw with Peterborough United at London Road. Three players were released in the summer: Anthony Griffith, Liam Chilvers and Rob Taylor, whilst Chris Shuker announced his retirement due to a chronic knee injury. Micky Adams elected to sign a new contract with the club, as did most the club's out-of-contract players. However a big blow to the club was the departure of Doug Loft, who joined hometown club Gillingham. Another big name to leave the club was Jennison Myrie-Williams, who signed with Scunthorpe United. Promising forward Jordan Hugill also rejected a contract, and instead signed with Preston North End. Meanwhile, Gavin Tomlin was sold to Crawley Town for a small fee, after deciding to relocate back to London after failing to settle in the Midlands. The final departure was young defender Joe Davis, who left to join the Leicester City Academy.