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Eales Peter

1982-83 and 1983-84 Goalkeeper

NPL    League 35(0)0    Cups 16(0)0

Debut 25 September 1982 Workington (Home)

Peter had NPL experience at South Liverpool, Altrincham, Wigan and Bangor but signed from Runcorn. He was a real character whose record spoke for itself, having won all the major awards at non-League level. In the 1982-83 he became the first choice ‘keeper but with the signing of Mike Sherlock in the summer of 1983 he lost his place, although he played for 10 consecutive matches in the middle of the season. In his 51 appearances he kept 14 clean sheets. Gained a winners' medal in the Cheshire Senior Cup in 1983.

Eales_Peter

 

Eastwood

1926-27 Inside-right

 

CL     League 1 App 1 Goal

 

Debut 28 April 1927 Tranmere Rovers Reserves (Away)

 

A member of the Macclesfield reserve team, his one senior appearance came in the penultimate match of the season when he played in the same position he filled for the reserves.  He scored Macclesfield first goal in the 2-8 away defeat.

   

Eaton

1922-23 Centre-forward

 

CL     League 1 App 0 Goals

 

Debut 30 December 1922 Saltney Athletic (Away)

 

A member of the Macclesfield reserve team given a one match trial.

   

Eaton David

David Eaton

2002-03 Forward

FL    League 8(12)5   Cups 2(2)0

Debut 12 October 2002 Sub Kidderminster Harriers (Away)

A regular in Everton’s reserve side in the 2001-02 season, but was unable to break into the first team and was released by them in the summer of 2002. Initially signed non-contract forms with the Silkmen, eventually being awarded a contract to the end of the 2002-03 seasons.  A tall forward with good pace, David had a dream start scoring with his first touch on his Football League debut and went on to score a further four goals. Opportunities were limited for him, and David was released in the summer of 2003 when he moved to Witton Albion. Has since played for Stafford Rangers, Burscough, Leigh RMI, Marine, Skelmersdale United, Bamber Bridge and AFC Liverpool.

 

Eaton ES

1937-38 Outside-left

CL     League 4 Apps 1 Goal

Debut 11 September 1937 Hurst (Away)

Had been a member of Macclesfield's reserve side earlier in the 1930s, returning to the Moss Rose having played for Hyde United he found himself in the reserves again. Made a handful of senior appearances, including the 2-0 home win against Stalybridge Celtic in April 1938 when he scored the opening goal. On leaving Macclesfield returned to Hyde United in summer 1938.  He was not related to Frank Eaton.

 

 

Eaton Frank

1934-35 to 1937-38 Inside-right/outside-right

CL    League 103 Apps 39 Goals    Cups 27 Apps 12 Goals

Debut 5 September 1934 Hurst (Home)

Frank commenced his career at Cressbrook before moving to Oldham Athletic Reserves(1923) and then New Mills before signing for Barnsley in September 1925 where he made 155 appearances scoring 51 goals. Next stop was Reading in 1930 making 110 appearances and scoring 34 goals before signing for Queens Park Rangers in 1933.

Signed for Macclesfield in the summer of 1934 featuring regularly in the senior side. He filled the outside-right position during the 1934-35 season moving to inside-right at the beginning of the 1935-36 season.

He left Macclesfield to play for Rossendale in the Lancashire Combination in the summer of 1936.

Re-signed for the Silkmen in January 1937. Described as a skilful player and the schemer of the attack which was born out by the number of goals he scored. He was a member of the side which won the Cheshire Senior Cup in 1934-35.

On leaving the Moss Rose, Frank signed for Rossendale again.

 

Eaton H

1934-35 Outside-right

CL     League 3 Apps 1 Goal

Debut 20 April 1935 Prescot Cables (Away)

An 18 year old who played in three matches over a seven day period at the end of the 1934-35 season when George Sproson had suffered a loss of form and had been dropped from the senior side.  Eaton scored on his debut in the

3-4 defeat.

 

Eccles AW

1931-32 Left-half

Eccles_AW

CL      League 1 App 0 Goals

Debut 23 January 1932 Hyde United (Home)

A former Congleton Town player who signed for Macclesfield in the summer of 1931.  However, he was unable to take part in the pre-season matches due to blood poisoning. He only featured in one match in place of George Stockton and, probably because of his pre-season illness, other players had established themselves in a very successful team such that he was unable command a place.

 

Eccleshare Keith

1973-74 to 1975-76 Full-back

NPL    League 115(0)5   Cups 51(0)2

Debut 14 August 1973 Buxton (Away)

Keith was previously with Fleetwood and Bury where he was an England Youth International. He was a consistent performer who used his pace to press forward into attack but because of his commitment to professional cricket he often started the season late.  He was the scorer of the goal against Sheffield Wednesday in the FA Cup in the 1975-76 season, and was virtually ever-present in both 1973-74 and 1974-75 and for much of the 1975-76 season. Keith moved to Northwich Victoria in March 1976.

 

Edey Cec

1990-91 and 1995-96 to 1997-98 Defender

Edey_Cec

Conf   League 48(11)0   Cups 33(2)1

Debut 26 March 1991 Sub Barrow |(Home)

FL       League   9(4)0      Cups 1(0)0

Debut 4 October 1997 Leyton Orient (Away)

Cec was initially signed on loan from Winsford United towards the end of the 1990-91 season as cover for Peter Wraggs’ injury hit side. He had played for a string of non-League clubs including Lancaster City, Chorley, Morecambe, Winsford and Witton Albion winning various NPL Honours along the way. 

He joined Macclesfield on a permanent basis on 13 October 1995 from Witton Albion for a fee of £4,000. He was a member of the FA Trophy winning side in 1996 having made an astounding clearance off the line at Chorley in the semi-final tie, and his sole goal came in the Championship Shield match against Stevenage Borough in October 1996. Nicknamed ‘Super Cec’ for his important contribution in the 1995-96 season. Gained a winners' medal in the Staffordshire Senior Cup in 1997.

Having been a member of the 1997 Conference Championship side, on promotion to the Football League Cec decided to remain a part-time player.  A versatile defender who was capable of playing in any position in the back-line. However, during his one season in the Football League he was used mainly as cover for injured or suspended players, nevertheless, played an important role in the team's success in completing the season as runners-up in the Nationwide League Division 3 gaining promotion to Division 2. Also gained a winners' medal in the Cheshire Senior Cup in 1998.

On leaving Macclesfield, Cec also played for Maidstone United, Stalybridge Celtic and Hyde United. Having retired from playing he has worked for Liverpool City Council and has held numerous public sector roles in Manchester

   

Edge Alf

1893-94 Forward

 

#TC     League 4 Apps 2 Goal     Cups 2 Apps

Debut 24 February 1894 Nantwich (Home)

 

With Stoke for the 1888-89 and 1889-90  and 1892-93 seasons where he made a total of 36 senior appearances scoring 8 goals. He played three games for Northwich Victoria in September 1893 and one for Ardwick in January 1894 before featuring for Macclesfield in the second half of the 1893-94 season.  Despite only making a few appearances, Alf was described by John Earles as 'a rattling good forward', Alf was the manager of the Moss Rose Tavern.

   

Edge Derek

Edge_Derek

1962-63 and 1963-64. 

CL    League 24 Apps 2 Goals      Cups 12 Apps 1 Goal

Debut 16 March 1963 Ellesmere Port Town (Away)

Started his career as a member of the Stoke City youth set up, signing his first professional contract with Port Vale in 1960 but only made two senior appearances in two seasons. Derek signed for the Silkmen in March 1963 on a free transfer from Crewe Alexandra, when he was brought into the side to replace Freddie Stroh.  He had not played during the previous three months but soon became a useful addition to the side, appearing regularly for the remainder of the 1962-63 season and in the early months of the following season. On leaving Macclesfield signed for Stafford Rangers.

He was also a cricketer playing for Norton in Staffordshire.

  

Edghill Richard

2007-08 Defender

Edghill_Richard

FL    League 13(2)0   Cups 1(0)0

Debut 11 August 2007 Bradford City (Away)

A former trainee at Manchester City, Richard was given his first professional contract by City in 1992 and went on to make over 200 appearances for them playing at full-back alongside Ian Brightwell (see separate entry). Whilst at City Richard gained England International Honours at “B” and Under-21 levels. After a loan spell at Birmingham City, Richard moved to Wigan in October 2002, Sheffield United in January 2003, Queens Park Rangers in August 2003 before a transfer to Bradford City in August 2005. Having been released by Bradford in the 2007 close season, Richard signed for the Silkmen where he played either at full-back or as a central defender, but broken ribs at the beginning of November 2007 saw him side-lined.  Having recovered, Richard only made one further appearance and was released in the summer of 2008.

Assists as a coach at the Manchester City Soccer School.

 

Edmans Rob

Edmans_Rob

2012-13 Forward

NC   League 0(3)0

Debut 10 August 2012 Sub Hereford United (Away)

Rob attended Loughborough University and then in 2006 played college soccer in the United States of America for the Virginia Teck Hokies.  Returning to England in 2007 he signed for Tiptree United, Maldon Town and Loughborough Dynamo before joining  Chelmsford City in 2009. During his two years there he made 70 league appearances scoring 19 goals.  He joined Dagenham & Redbridge in 2011, but found difficulty in obtaining senior team appearances and spent time on loan at Dover Athletic.

Rob signed on loan for Macclesfield Town at the start of the 2012-13 season, returning to Dagenham & Redbridge in the middle of September 2012 having made three appearances from the substitutes' bench. After a loan spell at Chelmsford he signed a permanent contract with them in February 2013 and was released by them in the summer of 2014.

   

Edwards

1921-22 Centre-forward

 

CL     League 3 Apps 1 Goal

 

Debut 26 November 1921 Crewe Alexandra Reserves (Away)

 

A member of the Macclesfield reserve team, he played in three consecutive matches  at a time when there was no specific player filling the centre-forward position.  Edwards was one of several players given an opportunity in this position but despite scoring on his debut he returned to the reserves.   On leaving Macclesfield signed for Northwich.

   

Edwards

1927-28 Defender

 

CL     League 4 Apps 0 Goals

 

Debut 15 October 1927 Whitchurch (Away)

 

From Sandbach Ramblers, he appeared in four consecutive matches, the first two at left-half and the second two at centre-half.

   

Edwards

1928-29 Outside-right

 

CL     League 22 Apps 5 Goals     Cups 1 App 1 Goal

 

Debut 15 December 1928 Port Vale Reserves (Home)

 

Initially the club encountered difficulties in completing the signing of Edwards from Leek Alexandra resulting in Edwards making one appearance in December 1928, but the problems were resolved and he returned on 1st January 1929.  He was signed specifically to fill the outside-right position which had been filled by five different players before his arrival. From January to the end of the season he was ever-present with all but one of his goals scored in winning matches.

 

Edwards Elfyn

1986-87 to 1992-93 Defender

Edwards_Elfyn

NPL    League   37(0)9      Cups 16(0)0

Debut 16 August 1986 Caernarfon Town (Away)

Conf   League 221(1)14   Cups 88(1)3

Elfyn made 62 appearances for Tranmere Rovers before playing for Wrexham and Runcorn, where he was a member of their 1986 FA Trophy final team and an APL Champions Medal holder. Elfyn moved to the Moss Rose from Altrincham where he had fallen out of favour because of his role as a fireman meant that he was unavailable during one of the Robins FA Cup runs due to Fire Service training, but such was his dedication to the Silkmen there were times when he played after a 15-hour shift. 

He was an inspirational team captain, rock-solid defender and always marshalled the back line effectively. Virtually ever-present in his time at the Moss Rose, including as a member of the NPL treble-winning team (NPL Championship, League Cup and Presidents Cup), was a member of the losing FA Trophy team at Wembley in 1989 and lifted the Cheshire Senior Cup in 1991 and 1992. Was voted Player of the Year for the 1991-92 season. Elfyn was nicknamed ‘Mr Reliable’ as a compliment to his outstanding skill and ability. He also represented his national Fire Service team and captained the Wales semi-pro international team.

On leaving the Moss Rose Elfyn joined Peter Wragg at Halifax but on his departure moved to Southport and later played for Winsford United and Warrington Town.

Elfyn continues to work for the Fire Service and is now a Station commander.

 

Edwards Graham

1957-58, 1959-60, 1962-63 and 1965-66 Defender

CL  League 51 Apps 2 Goals  Cups 4 Apps 0 Goals

Debut  24 August 1957 Buxton (Home)

Graham played for Macclesfield on four occasions with the majority of his appearances in his first two seasons.  Whilst serving with the Forces in Germany he played for the Dutch First Division club Verlo.  He had also played for Altrincham and Northwich Victoria.

   

Edwards William

Edwards

1946-47 to 1948-49 Centre-half/Manager

CL     League 85 Apps 6 Goals   Cups 16 Apps  2 Goals

Debut 26 October 1946 Chester Reserves (Away)

Formerly with Everton, the captain of the Macclesfield team was appointed player/manager in January 1947 taking charge of his first match on 25 January 1947 against Chester Reserves. Edwards was the first manager in the history of the club to have sole charge of signing players and team selection (previously this had been undertaken by a selection committee) although he still had to submit the team to the Board of Directors for their sanction. He was also in charge of the ground and staff. Making just over 100 appearances spread equally over his three seasons with the club, he led his side as player/manager to win the Challenge Cup competition in 1948.

He resigned in the final week of the 1948-49 season possibly because of an overbearing committee coupled with the fact that he had been upset by a number of townspeople persistently barracking him. However, the majority of the supporters valued his two-and-a-half year stint, including his tough calculated tackling and good distribution, such that they chaired him off the pitch after his final game.

 

Egerton

1887-88

Debut - unknown due to missing information

 

There is no information recorded for this player.

   

Ellershaw Brian

1994-95 Midfielder

Conf    Cups 1(0)0

Debut 5 April 1995 Stoke City (Home) Staffordshire Senior Cup Semi-final

Brian made just one senior appearance in the Staffordshire Senior Cup whilst on loan from Nantwich Town during his first stint with the Dabbers. He moved to Ashton United in the summer of 1996 but his progress was dogged by illness, making only five appearances for them and went on loan to Glossop North End. Returned to Nantwich Town during the 1996-97 season and later played for Caernarfon Town.

 

Elliot Alexander

1977-78 Midfielder

NPL    League 3(0)0    Cups 2(0)0

Debut 20 August 1977 Mossley (Away)

Alex was with Bury as a teenager in 1971, and then played for Stalybridge Celtic, Ashton United (twice) and Witton Albion before signing for Macclesfield.

 

Elliot Colin

1976-77 Forward

NPL    League 18(0)6    Cups 4(0)1

Debut 24 August 1976 Gainsborough Trinity (Away)

A tall powerfully-built forward who was good in the air and a skilful ball player. Colin initially signed non-contract forms and had previously played for York City Reserves and Droylesden.

 

Elliot Tom

Elliot_Tom

2008-09 Forward

FL    League 4(2)0

Debut 27 January 2009 Sub Wycombe Wanderers (Home)

A Leeds United trainee who claimed his place in the Elland Road record books when he became the first player to make his debut for the club whilst still at school. The striker spent a month on loan at the Moss Rose but could not find his form at League Two level and returned to Leeds at the end of his loan. Subsequently had loan spells at Bury and Rotherham United, played for Hamilton in Scotland and signed for Stockport County in the summer of 2011. Tom moved to  Cambridge United in the summer of 2012 signing for AFC Wimbledon in the summer of 2015.

Represented England at Under 16 and Under 18 levels.

 

Ellis

1956-57 Outside-left

 

CL  League 1 App 0 Goals

Debut 3 November 1956 Runcorn (Away)

 

A young amateur who was given a trial match.

   
   

Ellis Ronnie

Ellis_Ronnie

1989-90 to 1991-92 Midfielder/forward

Conf    League 58(19)8    Cups 18(5)3

Debut 28 October 1989 Kettering Town (Home)

Ronnie started his football career with Burscough, then Winsford and Runcorn before his transfer to Altrincham, where he spent seven seasons finishing as top scorer for two seasons and won a FA Trophy winners’ medal in 1986. As an experienced and versatile striker, Ronnie appeared regularly under the management of Peter Wragg and was a member of the side which won the Cheshire Senior Cup for two consecutive seasons in 1991 and 1992. On leaving the Silkmen he retired from football.

 

Elsby Ian

1981-82 to 1986-87 Full-back

NPL    League 168(2)0     Cups 51(0)0

Debut 15 August 1981 Gateshead (Home)

Ian started his career with Port Vale where he made 43 league appearances. Described as a player with tremendous ability, he was voted Silkmen Player of the Year for the 1981-82 season and was ever present in the 1981-82 and 1982-83 seasons winning a Cheshire Senior Cup winners' medal in 1983.  Along with three other players he was involved in a very serious car crash at the start of the 1986-87 season injuring his back and legs resulting him never playing for Macclesfield again. Ian was an engineer by trade.

 

Elsby_Ian

Ennis J

1899-1900 and 1900-1901 Goalkeeper

 

NSL     League 10 Apps 0 Goals      Cups 1 App 0 Goals

#ML      League 1 App 0 Goals

Debut 21 October 1899 Stoke Reserves (Home)

 

First choice 'keeper for the majority of the 1899-1900 season when Hallefield-Macclesfield finished bottom of the North Staffordshire and District League. (Hallefield had moved to the Moss Rose when Macclesfield FC failed financially in 1897 and called themselves Hallefield-Macclesfield for the 1899-1900 season.) Featured in the first match of the 1900-01 season before Walter Brocklehurst returned to take over as 'keeper.

   

Entwistle Robert Peter 'Bobby'

1958-59 Inside-left

CL     League 3 Apps 1 Goal

Debut 15 November 1958 Wrexham (Away)

A reserve team player who made his three senior appearances in November 1958 at a time when the inside-right position was filled by various players.  He scored the Silkmen's third goal in the 3-4 defeat at Hyde. On leaving the Moss Rose he moved to Rochdale (1958-59), then to Accrington Stanley (1960-61), Llandudno (1961-64), Hartlepool United (14 league appearances and three goals in 1964-65) and Scarborough (1965-67).

 

 

Esser Edward David 'Dave'

1985-86 to 1987-88 Midfielder/striker

Esser_Dave

NPL    League 33(2)17    Cups 19(0)5

Debut 25 January 1986 Bramhall (Home) Cheshire Senior Cup R1

Conf    League    1(4)2       Cups  3(3)1

Dave started his career as a trainee with Everton in 1975 although he never made a senior appearance for them. He signed for Rochdale in 1977 where he made 199 appearances in all competitions scoring 27 goals. 

In 1982 he moved to Cyprus playing for APOEL for a season before moving to Sweden signing for Karlskrona.

On his return to England Dave played for Altrincham, on loan at Hyde United, then Northwich Victoria and Witton Albion (twice) before moving to the Moss Rose in 1985.  He was a highly rated player with an eye for goal and played his part in the NPL Championship side in 1986-87.

On leaving Macclesfield he returned to Witton Albion for a third time before moving to Stalybridge Celtic (1989), Winsford United (1990) and completed his career at Ashton United.

(Thanks go to the Everton Collection for their sanction to use the photograph of Dave)

 

Evans

1937-38 Outside-left

CL    League 2 Apps 2 Goals

Debut 26 February 1938 Altrincham (Home)

An amateur player from North Wales who only made a couple of appearances despite scoring both goals in the 2-1 home win against Altrincham on his debut. He incurred a wrist injury in his second appearance.

 

Evans Brian

1978-79 Forward

NPL    League 4(0)1    Cups 1(0)0

Debut 14 March 1979 Worksop Town (Home)

Played for Wrexham as a junior but was signed by the Silkmen from Bangor. Brian was an enthusiastic player whose five appearances came over a month, with his goal scored in the 1-1 draw at South Liverpool.

 

Evans Callum

2016-17 Defender

NC     League 2(0)0     Cups 1(0)0

Debut 18 February 2017 Braintree Town (Home)

With Manchester United throughout his youth career and signed a professional contract with United in 2013. Moved to Barnsley in the summer of 2015 where he has made two senior appearances but has featured mainly for their under-21 side.

Signed on loan for Macclesfield in February 2017 until the end of the 2016-17 season. Featured at right back in three matches and was unfortunately injured in his third appearance during the FA Trophy match at Dulwich Hamlet in the middle of February. Having made no further appearances for the Silkmen returned to Barnsley in the middle of April 2017. Signed for newly promoted Football League side Forest Green Rovers in the summer of 2017.

Career information prior to loan spell at Macclesfield and photo from National League web site.

Evans_Callum
   

Evans Gareth

2007-08 and 2008-09 Forward

Gareth Evans

FL    League 55(27)19   Cups 4(4)1

Debut 11 August 2007 Sub Bradford City (Away)

As a nineteen year old, Gareth signed  a short term contract in the summer of 2007 to provide Ian Brightwell, at the time the Silkmen manager, with additional attacking options having spent the previous two years at the Crewe Alexandra Academy. Initially most of his appearances came from the substitutes’ bench, but once he had established himself he featured regularly in the starting line-up and scored six goals. In his second season at the club, after two early season suspensions, he changed his all-action approach and then appeared regularly completing the season as top-scorer with 13 goals in all competitions, including five consecutive penalties. Gareth moved to Bradford City for a nominal fee in the summer of 2009, to Rotherham United in the summer of 2011 and Fleetwood Town in January 2013. Having made just over 100 appearances in all competitions for Fleetwood he moved to Portsmouth during the summer of 2015.

 

Evans Gary

1995-96 Midfielder

Conf    League 0(1)0

Debut 9 September 1995 Sub Kettering Town (Home)

Signed from Konica League of Wales club Llansantffraid, but only made one substitute appearance when he replaced Karl Marginson in the 76th minute.  Gary's only other involvement at senior level was as an unused substitute on one occasion before he returned home to Wales.

 

Evans Micah

Evans_Micah

2012-13 Forward

NC     League 1(1)0

Debut 12 February 2013 Sub Tamworth (Away)

A member of the youth system at Blackburn Rovers from 2008-11, he signed his first professional contract at Blackburn in 2011 and has since been on loan at Accrington Stanley and Chesterfield.  Micah joined the Silkmen on loan at the end of January 2013 but only made two appearances, one of which came from the substitutes' bench. He returned to Blackburn at the end of February 2013 and was released in the summer of 2013. He then signed for Burnley but made no senior appearances, however, he spent a short time on loan at Hereford. In the summer of 2014 he signed for Southport and whilst there he was on loan at Worcester City. He moved to Stockport County for the 2015-16 season but with opportunities limited, spent time on loan at Chorley but on returning to Stockport was released. Signed for AFC Telford United in the summer of 2016 but moved to Worcester City before signing for Altrincham in February 2017. Signed for FC United of Manchester in the summer of 2017 but was released within a month of signing without making an appearance when he signed for Witton Albion.

   

Eve

1926-27 Right-half

 

CL     League 7 Apps 0 Goals

 

Debut 26 August 1926 Hurst (Home)

 

Previously with Cheddleton, he played in early season matches prior to the signing of J Plant from Sheffield United.

   

Eyre Harold

1929-30 and 1930-31 Left-back/Left-half

Eyre_H

CL      League 59 Apps 0 Goals      Cups 14 Apps 0 Goals

Debut 31 August 1929 Nantwich (Away) Challenge Cup R1

Harold was on the books of Accrington Stanley and Manchester City before spending the 1928-29 season with Caernarfon where he gained a League Cup winners' medal.

Moving to Macclesfield in the summer of 1929, Harold regularly filled the left-back position using good anticipation, tackled resolutely and had a powerful kick. He was a member of the 1930 Cheshire Senior Cup winning team.  In the 1930-31 season Dennis was the first choice left-back with Harold only making occasional appearances until November when he played fairly regularly at left-half for the remainder of the season.

Moved to Northwich Victoria for the 1931-32 season.

Harold was also a capable cricketer playing for Macclesfield CC scoring several centuries and was also a useful bowler.

 

Eyre Richard

2001-02 Midfielder

FL    League 12(2)0    Cups 2(0)0

Debut 11 August 2001 Swansea City (Home)

Having moved through the ranks at Port Vale, Richard progressed to the senior side and moved to Macclesfield on a short term contract in August 2001 when he played on the left side of midfield.  Whilst he always adopted an enthusiastic approach he found it difficult to perform at a consistent level and was released at the end of January 2002 when he made the move to Kidsgrove Athletic. Since then Richard has played for Hyde United, two further spells at Kidsgrove, Leek Town and Congleton Town.

Richard Eyre

 

 

TC

The Combination

1890-1897

SDL

Stockport and District League

1897-1898

NSL

North Staffordshire and District League

1898-1900

ML

Manchester and District League

1900-1912

LC

Lancashire Combination

1911-1915

CL

Cheshire League

1919-1968

NPL

Northern Premier League

1968-1987

Conf

Vauxhall Conference

1987-1997

FL

Football League

1997-2012

NC

National Conference

     Blue Square Premier 

     Skrill Premier 

     Vanarama Conference 

     Vanarama National League 

 

 

2012-2013

2013-2014

2014-2015

2015-

   
 

From 1965 Statistics are shown - Appearances(Substitutes)Goals

   
 

#Known appearances and goals.    Due to the style of reporting there is no information for teams/goal scorers for many matches and in other cases it has only been possible to extract part teams from match reports. Many matches over the Christmas and Easter holiday periods, together with end of season matches, have not been reported.

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