|FULL NAME||Colin Larkin|
|DATE OF BIRTH||April 27, 1982 (age 30)|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Dundalk, Ireland|
|HEIGHT/WEIGHT||5 ft 9 in (1.75 m)/10st (63.49kg)|
|POSITION SQ NO.||Striker Number 34|
|SENIOR STATS (LGE & CUP)|
|1999-2002||Wolverhampton Wanderers||4 aps||(1) goals|
Manchester United incredibly agreed up to £136,000 with Preston North End for Danny at 12. Fleetwood Town also paid good money for the 23 year-old who spent last season on loan at Stockport County and Barrow. This is a landmark signing and shows the scope of Simmo’s ambition for Lincoln City as he can play in an attacking midfield, wing or central striking role. For Danny, the one year deal is a chance to ram those promising youth comments down the throats of those who wanted him to develop gently and Simmo will give him every bit of help he can to follow in the footsteps of his million pound plus finds.
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Danny became the star of the Manchester United U13 side, scoring for fun in the FA Premier Academy League. Preston were not best pleased as they had developed him from the age of six only to lose him at 12, when United offered him a 4 year deal (lads can’t properly join the payroll until 16). It went to tribunal with staggered payments agreed. The payments were to be £8,000 up front, £8,000 if Daniel signined a scholarship, £20,000 when he turned pro and £100,000 after 10 first-team appearances. Preston had argued that he would have been worth a million if he had gone through their system and then been sold. It might have been the best option for a lad who was swamped at United despite the teenage promise.
Kendal Town took him on and after an impressive first half to the season he was sold to Fleetwood with Nathan Pond coming on loan the other way. Danny was sent out on loan to gain experience in the first half of the 2011/12 season, becoming the BSN player of the month in November, a month that saw him bang in 7 goals. Danny got 12 for the bloods in his short stay and caught Stockport’s eye hammering in another 8 including a brace against the Imps when County trounced us 4-0 in April 2012.
Danny spent the first half of last season on loan at Stockport, a side in meltdown on and off the pitch, playing in a variety of positions, mainly from the bench to the frustration of the Edgeley faithful. He got one goal and laid on 3 in just 612 sporadic minutes of football. Fleetwood then sent him on a half season loan to Barrow in January. Danny was an inspiration at the relegation haunted Bluebirds who almost escaped the drop. He scored 4 and was credited with 3 assists, although his all round contribution led to far more (he played with namesake Danny Rowe at Barrow confusing the life out of the stattos).
Raid the bookies Imps. This lad will be the first player since Yeo (bow thrice) to bag 20 goals. He has it all. He has the touch and brain of Jamie Taylor. He is a playmaker, who can turn a game either as an attacking central midfielder or left-winger. At 6′ 1″ he can play as a target man or support striker. His signing should worry Power, who has still to put pen to paper on a new deal.
Welcome Danny, with assist king Sean Newton also aboard Sincil salivates……………….
|Full name||Danny Lucas Rowe
|Date of birth||29 January 1990 (age 23)
|Place of birth||Blackpool,|
|Height||1.86 m (6 ft 1 in)|
|Weight||84Kg (13 st 2 lb)|
|Position: LW/AMC / CF|
|Current club||Lincoln City|
|1996–2008||Preston /Manchester United|
|2013||Stockport County (loan x 2)||22||(9)|
The Imps have signed Stockport County and former Chester City, Barrow and AFC Telford, left-back Sean Newton today. The former fans favourite will be a big hit with the Imps faithful, as he gets up and down the line like a bull through a china shop, a veritable Newton’s cradle of energy that dispenses the theory of relativity to full-backs and wingers left in his wake.
Sean has phenomenal pace and takes a great free-kick, scoring 5 times for The Hatters last season. He does get some goals for a full-back as well, 6 last season as well as netting 12 in 109 aps for Telford before going on loan and, eventually becoming a permanent signing last summer.
Still only 24, Sean is an inspirational lad and just makes Simmo’s height criteria at 6′ 2″. Sean scored 6 goals and laid on 6 assists last season, firing off 49 shots from a left-foot cannon. His tackling and shadowing are first rate, with just two yellow cards in his 44 appearances last term. He is infectious lad, on and off the field, who will build morale no end, to become one of the leaders we will need all over the park this season
Welcome aboard Sean,
|Full name||Sean Michael Newton
|Date of birth||23 September 1988 (age 24)
|Place of birth||Liverpool,|
|Height||1.87 m (6 ft 2 in)|
|Weight||87Kg (13 st 6 lb)|
|Position: Left Back|
|Current club||Stockport County|
|2009–2012||AFC Telford United||109||(12)|
|2012||Stockport County (loan)||7||(1)|
Former Walsall winger Jake Jones did a huge about turn last week, thanks to intervention and a better offer elsewhere (Tamworth do now look the favourites to sign him) despite agreeing terms with the Imps. The club had even been willing to contribute to the young lads expenses and fully expected him to honour a verbal commitment to sign for the club on Friday. We Imps can hold our heads up high here, because a handshake and a verbal ‘yes’ is the gentlemanly way of doing thing sand a credit to our club, even if it may leave egg on the faces of a hard-working director and manager’s. That is why the two new arrivals, who look to be coming through the door to sign today, are not signed until the Ink is dry. Sharpen your horns, shine your hooves, onwards, upwards, Sincil Salivates……
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Footballers, like musicians, do in many cases require professional representation to help them through the legal jungle of the contract. They also keep them in work, because it pays them to. However the nature of agents remuneration at BSP level, makes for an incredibly short term view. With the agent getting 10% of the weekly wage they are living on tenners, not thousands like the big boys, taking what lads chasing the dream can ill afford. So a 1 year deal will benefit them as they can get an agents fee for smoothing the deal as well as a cut of any signing on fee. In some cases there is also a transfer fee. The agent may also have to pay out part of their percentage to additional representatives who are not official agents and can therefore not conclude deals.
This cut from a players point of view will mean that they will jump at the chance of another 100-200 a week, even if a lower paying club is looking longer term. The Imps are looking to develop young players, therefore, although the wages may not be at the top of the pay bracket, they will in the medium and long term gain. This could be in terms of a better club in the medium term. Here an agent will also chance a one year deal if it will take the player passed the U-24 clause that is protecting the Imps with a player or two.
To many in the game a player and agents word is still his bond. Not all agents are as bad as they are painted with many looking long term. Many are not into the get rich quick or pyramid nature to the transfer world. They are also terrific sources of information for amateur journalists, who share their genuine love and optimistic view for the future of the game, However at this end of the market, quantity can clearly kick quality into touch with every £20 – £90 a week counting towards the overall pot. But as one agent said to me this morning.
‘I see players like a fruit cake, that needs the right time to mature. Every baker will tell you things need time to rise. Then, see, everyone’s slice of the action can be bigger. The player will be right, not a bench warmer, but someone who is getting the right guidance and playing to his full potential because the team’s style suits him. Its hard, less wedge short term, but you get the longer term money and the saticefaction of knowing you’ve done right by the lad”
Oh and of course it will be to the long term betterment of the player and the people’s game. But then some will sleep well at night whatever the day has brought in.
Talented former Grimsby Town and Lincoln City utility player Peter Bore’s career continued its decline as Gateshead released him last week. It could and should have been oh so different as Peter refused a new deal at Grimsby Town and then elected to try his luck trialling at Bournemouth and Shrewsbury Town. Both subsequently declined his services with Simon Weaver rescuing him with a deal at Harrogate Town of the Conference North, before Holdsworth threw him a bone with a chance for the Imps .
You could excuse the rustiness after being part-time with harrogate, but he did show glimpses during the remainder of 2011/12. This season saw high hopes, given he would have a preseason fitness regime behind him.
|Peter Bore’s Imp stats 2011/12|
See above for Gateshead this season only.
Mamadou Fofana keeps his English football dream alive with a one year deal at Lincoln City. Brought in as a squad player by David Holdsworth, Simmo has built his confidence and shown him the importance of the role a defensive midfielder plays in protecting the back four.
Mamadou impressed during pre-season trials last season and earned enough for a short-term deal that was extended, in the January, to the end of the season. He is a competitive lad who will battle for the side and has become an unsung hero. Fans need to remember that a defensive midfield players job, he can also play centre-back at 6’1″, is one where the player is only supposed to venture beyond the centre circle for set pieces. He did that well for his one and only goal last season against Hyde.
The youngster certainly gets stuck in, but his tackling is measured and clean, given he only received 6 yellows, of which 3 ‘were taken for the team’ as KA comically used to refer. He is a big strong lad, with a telescopic tackle not unlike Arsenal’s Patrick Vierra in his younger days. Mamadou would be the first to admit he is not at that level yet, but then his attitude and aptitude to learning is first rate. Thus Simmo can work with this lad and hopefully the unsung hero will get a bit more of the limelight as he goes from strength to strength next season.
Mamadou’s Stats 2012/13
|FULL NAME||Mamadou Fofana|
|DATE OF BIRTH||7 January 1988 (age 25)|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Sarcelles, France|
|HEIGHT||6 ft 1 in (1.81 m)|
|WEIGHT||12st 4lbs (78.2kg)|
|POSITION: CD / DM / CM|
|CURRENT CLUB||Lincoln City / 1 year deal|
Boston have signed former Mansfield Town, Rushden & Diamonds, Crawley Town, Stevenage Borough and Kettering and Lincoln City midfield dynamo Gary Mills. Holdsworth, who has always rated his noble qualities, even signed him and made him Captain last season, at the expense of Nutter.
The BSN is a level Mills will excel at. He loves to be at the centre of things and has the ability to become Boston’s much needed midfield boss, being an instrumental part of Nuneaton’s rise to the BSP last season in 2011/12.
He leads by example in the good times and the bad, i;;ustrated by his time at the Stags, the Imps and Rushden where he spent a large phase of his career, enjoying their football League highs and financial, as well as,non-league lows. It was character building stuff as he endured their demise, before moving to Bath and then Nuneaton. Borough would go on to enjoy their third promotion in 4 seasons with Gary a key component in the engine room. He is a battler, can pass and has sufficient pace and stamina to always turn up to help out or motivate his team-mates pace. He backs down to no one in the challenge.
His passing is more solid than spectacular, but he is able to unlock a defence with a deft threaded ball. At 32 he certainly has the experience, let us hope the injuries will not catch up with him over a 46 match marathon, because his heart alone deserves an Indian summer or maybe even two.
Good luck Gary, definitely one to watch.
|FULL NAME||Gary Leonard Mills|
|DATE OF BIRTH||20 May 1981 (age 32)|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Isle of Sheppey, England|
|HEIGHT||5 ft 9 in (1.75 m)|
|WEIGHT||11 st 5lb (72 kg)|
|POSITION WINGBACK / MIDFIELDER|
|CURRENT CLUB||Lincoln City|
|1999–2000||Rushden & Diamonds|
|2000–2006||Rushden & Diamonds||124||(0)|
|2007||Rushden & Diamonds||17||(0)|
|2010||Forest Green Rovers (loan)||2||(0)|
|2011||Rushden & Diamonds||19||(0)|
Ex Hartlepool United, Mansfield Town, Chesterfield FC, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Northampton Town and Lincoln City striker Colin Larkin. has joined Gateshead. The free agent, who bagged 8 from 13 starts in a struggling side last term, still has plenty about him, at 31, to do a job at BSP level. His touch,link up play and finishing is first rate. He also doesn’t miss from the spot.
The no-nonsense Monkey-Hanger - not goal hanger – bagged 26 goals in 66 Stags starts, after being signed for £125,000 from Wolves. Colin had also enjoyed a successful season long loan spell at Kidderminster Harriers where he notched 7 in 35 games, as a babe in boots, to show he could punch above his weight against bigger and more experienced adversaries.
He has a knack of scoring on his debut which stretches back to his bow for Wolves in the League Cup, where he came from the bench as a starry eyed 17 year-old youth trainee. The Stags released him on a free in June 2005 so that he could join up with League 1 Chesterfield. He plied his trade at the crooked church club for two seasons bagging a not too unlucky 13 from 88 appearances in all competitions.
League 1 Northampton nabbed him on a free in June 2007, offering him another two year deal, where he scored 5 goals from 61 appearances. The free agent has spent the last three seasons at League 1 Hartlepool aka the Monkey-hangers (they hung a monkey in the town square as a French spy during the Napoleonic war and have Angus the Monkey as a mascot) but was released after getting just 4 goals in 54 appearances.
League 1 was a step too far for Colin, but the Blue Square was a happy hunting ground for the Irish terrier last season. He only started 13 games (16 sub) but showed technique and tenacity by the bucket-full. At just 5′ 9″ he was not going to win a lot in the air, but he took his chances when they came including a brace and a hat-trick.
Ex- Millwall FC manager Kenny Jacket looks set for the Wolverhampton Wanderers hot-seat whilst Paul Dickov is on the verge of the Doncaster Rovers job, even though Millwall and Sheffield United are keen to secure his services. Bircham should get the Millwall job if East London sources are to be believed. STMI take a look at the credentials of the favourites to get the jobs, which in the case of Wolves has back to back promotions potential written all over it.
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Paul Dickov replaced Dave Penny, a Rovers legend it has to be said, at Oldham and went on to build a youthful footballing side. The Latics peaked at ninth halfway through the 2010/11 season before finishing 15th. The following season saw them finish a credible 16th. Last season his shock resignation on 3rd February came a week after beating Liverpool 3-2 in the cup. The finances at Oldham are similar to the current ones at Sheffield United. Upon taking the reigns at The Latics, he had to shift Captain and player of the season Sean Gregan as well as top scorer Pawol Abbott. Whoever takes over at the Blades must face a big budget reduction, with most of what is left taken up by those on contracts through next season at least. Will Dickov want that or a patient, financially strong club like Doncaster who love a passing attacking game?
|Paul Dickov’s Managerial CV||From||To||Record|
|Oldham Athletic||9 June 2010||3 February 2013||141||43||37||61||30.50|
Kenny Jacket was the longest serving manager in the Championship up until his resignation this week. He cut his managerial teeth at Watford, before being relegated to assistant manager under old fox and enticer Graham Taylor. The duo got two successive promotions before finishing bottom of the Premier League in 1999/2000. When Taylor left Watford incoming Vialli did not fancy him, but Holloway at QPR did. Kenny spent 3 years as an assistant at Rangers, learning from another master, Holloway, before taking up the Swansea job, still warm from Flynn. He worked miracles in his first season getting promotion from League 2 and winning the Welsh Cup. The following season saw them win the Football League Trophy, retain the Welsh Cup, but lose to Barnsley in the play-offs.
Jackett left the Swans of his own accord in Feb 2007, taking up the job of reserve team manager at Manchester City 3 weeks later. However Millwall came knocking in the November and despite ruling himself out initially he accepted the job. The following season saw the revitalised Lions lose the League 1 play-off final 3-2 to Scunthorpe, at Wembley. They were back the following season, beating Swindon 1-0. Millwall finished 9th in their first season in the Championship – a tremendous achievement given the resources of the club and the unfair financial competition from ex-Premier League sides. The last two seasons have been solid with a semi-final appearance against eventual winners Wigan.
The Wolves job is the perfect project for Jackett. He will get the backing and has the ability to get a relegated giant back into shape and fast. Wanderers relegation and League 1 footing is a travesty for a club with such a heritage. He has learned from some of the most cunning managers in the game, takes no prisoners and can make water into wine. There are plenty of ex-Prem sides who have dropped to this level, got the right man in and been back in the Premiership with successive promotions. Kenny Jackett is that man.
|Watford||10 June 1996||2 June 1997||59||24||19||16||40.68|
|Swansea City||5 April 2004||15 February 2007||156||69||40||47||44.23|
|Millwall||6 November 2007||7 May 2013||307||130||74||103||42.35|
Here are the released and retained lists plus transfer gossip for Alfreton Town, Braintree Town, Cambridge United, Dartford FC, Forest Green Rovers, Gateshead FC, Grimsby Town, Hereford United, Hyde FC, Kidderminster Harriers, Lincoln City, Luton Town, Macclesfield, Nuneaton Town, Southport, Tamworth FC, Woking FC and Wrexham FC.
Appreciate it’s a work in progress but it will grow during the summer. Thanks for reading Neil Gentleman-Hobbs
Released - No news as yet however 4 loans have gone home - Keeper Jordan Pickford, defender Jordan Rose, midfielders Steven Hewitt & Louie Soares
Agreed Deals - 2 year deal for Paul Clayton. Dan Bradley, Darran Kempson, Danny Meadows and Ben Tomlinson start 2nd year of their contracts
At The Table - Terms of re-engagement for Leigh Franks, Josh Law, Alastair Taylor or Ashley Worsfold.
Transfer Gossip – Louie Soares has been released by Grimsby Town and could join.
Released – No data as yet
Agreed Deals -
At The Table -
Released - 6 out with Craig Ross, Joe Anderson, Charlie Wassmer, Curtis Haynes-Brown, Rossi Jarvis and Billy Gibson all leaving the U’s
Transfer Listed - Goalkeeper Jonathan Hedge and defender Scott Garner
Agreed Deals - see Transfer gossip
At The Table -
Transfer Gossip - The U’s are off to a storming start with 5 new faces. Cunnington is in from Tamworth (brilliant signing). In come defender Richard Tait, (Tamworth) and forward Delano Sam-Yorke (Basingstoke Town). Tom Champion and Tom Bonner in from Dartford. Gash leaves for Kidderminster.
Released - Goalkeeper Louis Wells and striker Jacob Erskine.
Agreed Deals - Midfielders Elliot Bradbrook and Jon Wallis have both sign 1-year deals. Danny Harris, Ryan Hayes, Lee Burns and Lee Noble have also agreed new 1 year deals.
At The Table -
Transfer Gossip - Tom Champion and Tom Bonner leave for Cambridge. Left back Adam Green leaves for Basingstoke.
Released - Just James Rowe so far
Agreed Deals - Bar Williams remainder of squad are under contract according to manager Dave Hockaday.
At The Table - Saul Williams
Transfer Gossip – Danny Wright in from Wrexham (2 year deal). Hockaday in discussions to keep existing loan players. James Norwood and Chris Stokes join England C ahead of the Bermuda trip.
Released - Seven are axed, Yemi Odubade, Chris Bush, Glenn Wilson, Nathan Fisher, Liam Henderson, Peter Bore and Ryan McGorrigan.
Agreed Deals -
At The Table -
Released - 8 go, Ian Miller, Derek Niven, former youth teamer Bradley Wood, Frankie Artus, Greg Fleming, Simon Ford, Louie Soares and Greg Pearson
Agreed Deals - Craig Disley signs new 1-year deal
At The Table - Shaun Pearson and Dayle Southwell
Transfer Gossip – the Duo are letting the dust settle and trying to avoid fees – although Wes York has refused a new deal at Nuneaton.
Released - 6 axed, Brian Smikle, Andy Gallinagh, Dan Hanford, Simon Clist, James McQuilkin and Michael Townsend. Loans Joe Connor, Kingsley James and Chris Bush have all gone home to their parent clubs.
Agreed Deals -
At The Table - Sam Clucas, Ryan Bowman and Marley Watkins have been offered new deals. Martin Foyle is also in talks with Rod McDonald, Luke Graham, Chris Carruthers, James Bittner, Marlon Jackson, Josh O’Keefe, Joe Heath, Craig Jones and Stefan Stam.
Transfer Gossip -
Released - No data as yet, but then Scott McNiven and his assistant Gavin McCann have only just signed new two-year contracts.
Agreed Deals -
At The Table -
Transfer Gossip – Scott Hogan has left for Rochdale
Agreed Deals - Goalkeeper Nathan Vaughan and midfielders Jack Byrne and Callum Gittings. James Vincent triggered an appearance clause to net a new deal. There are 12 signed up Lewis, Dunkley, Gowling, Vaughan, Demetriou, Storer, Jackman, Vincent, Rowe, Malbon, Gash and Blissett
At The Table - Marvin Johnson.
Transfer Gossip – Michael Gash joins from Cambridge (cracking signing). Anthony Malbon and left-back Mickey Demetriou are off to Bermuda with England C.
Released - Seven axed with Frazer Cobb, Gomez Dali, Nick Draper, Peter Gilbert, Nicky Nicolau, Adam Smith and Jamie Taylor leaving, although JT has already signed for BSS side Sutton United.
Agreed Deals – The following have accepted new deals - Paul Farman, Mamadou Fofana, Dan Gray and Jake Sheridan.
At the table Despite Boyce being under contract he has been offered an improved deal along with Conner Robinson and Jordan Thomas. Terms of re-engagement have been offered to Karl Cunningham, Tom Miller and Vadaine Oliver. The Imps are still in negotiations with Todd Jordan, Alan Power and David Preece.
Transfer Dealings The manager is also in discussion to bring Tony Diagne and Nat Brown to the club with another couple of deals thought to be on the verge of a positive conclusion.
Released - Adam Watkins, Janos Kovacs, Tom Craddock, Stuart Fleetwood and Simon Heslop
Transfer listed - Scott Rendell, Simon Ainge, Lathaniel Rowe-Turner, Dean Brill and Arnaud Mendy
Agreed Deals – Alex Lawless (2 years), Solomon Taiwo (1 year), Steve McNulty (2 year), Alex Wall (2 year), Scott Griffiths (1 year),
At The Table – Mark Tyler, Dan Walker
Transfers & Gossip – Southport duo Shaun Whalley and Andrew Parry sign. Andre Grey off to Bermuda with England C.
Released – 7 axed, Antonio Amores, Nat Brown, Lance Cronin, Enes Fermino, Guy Madjo, Amari Morgan-Smith and Carl Tremarco
Agreed Deals – James Bolton, Craig Braham-Barrett, John-Paul Kissock and Peter Winn are already contracted
At The Table - Thierry Audel, Matthew Barnes-Homer, Jay Burgess, Tony Diagne, Waide Fairhurst, Arthur Gnahoua, Ryan Jackson, Jack Mackreth, Carl Martin, Andrew Mills, Pablo Mills, Kieran Murtagh, Rhys Taylor and Sam Wedgbury.
Transfer Gossip – The Silkmen are without a manager at present.
Released – 7 axed Steven O’Halloran, Robbie Thompson-Brown, Ben Ford, Tom James, Ben McNamara, Kyle Perry and Kyle Patterson
Transfer Listed – Wes York
Agreed Deals - Adam Walker,
At The Table – Goalkeeper Neil Collett, centre-half Delroy Gordon and midfielder Danny Sleath. Gavin Cowan, Andy Brown, Simon Forsdick and Gaz Dean have been offered deals.
Transfer Gossip. Wes York has turned down a deal
Released – Managerless Port are undecided after the departure of Liam Watson.
Agreed Deals – as above
At The Table - as above
Transfer Gossip – Simon Grand has joined Telford. Shaun Whalley and Andrew Parry have joined Luton for undisclosed fees
Released – No news as Dale Belford given managers job on a permanent basis & Scott Lindsey made no2. Lee Hendrie retires.
Agreed Deals – Darren Byfield, Lloyd Kerry and left back Connor Gudger have all signed for next season
At The Table – The manager is talking to the squad with a view to finalising the retained and released list next week.
Transfer Gossip: Cunnington and Tate move to Cambridge. Cambridge’s Jonathan Thorpe looks set to join.
Released – 6 axed, defender Adam Doyle, forward Loick Pires, winger Gavin McCallum and goalkeeper Elvijs Putnins, plus youths Josh Griffiths and Jack Mazzone.
Agreed Deals -
At The Table -
Released – Morrell has not released it yet, but after play-off heartbreak, he has a busy time ahead given 15 of the squad are out of contract. Could Danny Wright’s departure signal an exodus.
Agreed Deals -
At The Table – Martin Riley
Transfer Gossip – Danny Wright leaves for Forest Green (2 year deal) with Andy Mangan (released by Fleetwood) in line for a return to the Dragons.
Jake Sheridan has put the disappointment of Notts County and Tamworth rejection behind him, to earn a well deserved new deal at Lincoln City. Jake never lost the faith or his desire, even when he found himself back in factory work. He joined on a pay as you play non contract deal, earned a one year deal last year and a double bubble two year deal this.
After falling from favour at Notts County the midfielder spent a couple of seasons at Tamworth under Gary Mills. But new gaffer Marcus Law froze him out so Jake went part-time with Eastleigh. This lad personifies the virtues of hard graft. He has the determination at the training ground to keep honing his technique and the desire to pick himself up and earn the right to play on the pitch where it really matters. Jake, is a hard-working midfielder and a determined genuine soul who is making his dream come true. He even shared a loan spell at the Imps with minimum wage factory commitments prior to his permanent switch in January 2012. He is not overly blessed but he will give you 100% and has proved he has enough to make a living from the game at our level. Let us hope we see more of the creative side of your game Jake, that step over and eye for a shot or pass does you and us proud.
Jakes Stats 2012/13
Jakes Stats 2011/12