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Vanarama Conference Premier Champions at the Ready?

Barnet, Bristol Rovers, Wrexham FC,  FC Halifax, Torquay UTD, Woking FC and Gateshead FC are all there or thereabouts in the  Vanarama Conference aka the People’s Premiership as we get ready to salute the heroes and zeroes that will earn those tears and jeers again this Saturday.  Simon Yeo the ex Chester FC and Imp goal machines tries to guess the scores, but as he says

‘Games are won and lost on the pitch by goals and more than a bit of luck.  Everybody is a champion when we win or score but I wont say what I’ve been called up the wrong end or on a bad day’

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Welcome to The Vanarama Conference Premier – aka The People’s Premiership Football Bingo bunch of fives including the fixtures, last fives,  left peg synopsis, Simon Yeo’s result forecast and the Vanarama goal machines for Sat 4th October.  Enjoy fellow football fans enjoy we hope to make football Bingo part of your Saturday experience.

 

Vanarama Conference logo.png Barnet face Eastleigh who got a draw against 9- man Bristol Rovers after keeper Mildenhall and Clarke saw red.  The Bees look certain to stay top given The Dragons burned them to a cinder with 3-0 not exactly flattering the score. The Bees have actually been suffering with injuries during their recent romp to the top and returning goal machine Cook could feature.  Halifax entertain Altrincham after beating Alfreton 2-0 with both sides in the relegation zone.  The Shaymen have had an easy run with Telfor (5-0) the week before.

 

Vanarama Conference logo.pngWrexham now third may have to wait to progress then, although the trip to Torquay (4th) may have come at the right time for the Dragons. The Gulls were flying until Telford and Forest Green inflicted two defeats in a week. Two reds and injuries have not helped but with most returning this is the game of the day and a play-off six-pointer.

Vanarama Conference logo.pngWoking went back to winning ways and should use the trip to Southport as a springboard in both their away form and a continued assault on the play-offs. Southport, beat Grimsby away 1-0 to move out of the drop zone on goal difference. Its a start but Simmo’s Imps could do with a Cards win as we go there Tuesday.

 

Vanarama Conference logo.pngBristol Rovers entertain Dover tomorrow and Dartford on Tuesday suggesting the next four days will see the giants of the division really prove their credentials. Dover have won two on the trot, conceding none and got three against Aldershot in midweek.

Vanarama Conference logo.pngGateshead also need to get back to winning ways after a draw at Lincoln, with Braintree the visitors. The Iron held Barnet 1-1 on Tuesday and Halifax 0-0 last week.  Great a passing side as the Heed is they will need to cut to the chase with Devonshire’s pride and joy.

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home win score draw Aldershot Town v Alfreton Town
home win home win Barnet v Eastleigh
home win home win Bristol Rovers v Dover Athletic
away win score draw Chester v Welling United
score draw score draw Dartford v Grimsby Town
home win home win FC Halifax Town v Altrincham
score draw score draw Gateshead v Braintree Town
home win home win Kidderminster Harriers v AFC Telford United
score draw away win Macclesfield Town v Forest Green Rovers
away win away win Nuneaton Town v Lincoln City
away win away win Southport v Woking
home win away win Torquay United v Wrexham

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Pos Hero Club
1 Scott Rendell Woking 8
2 John Akinde Barnet 7
2 Harry Beautyman Welling United 7
2 Lee Cook Barnet 7
2 Damian Reeves Altrincham 7
3 Scott Boden FC Halifax Town 6
3 Giuseppe Sole Woking 6
3 Brett Williams Aldershot Town 6

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P W D L F A +/- Pts
1 Barnet 13 9 2 2 31 8 +23 29
2 FC Halifax Town 13 8 3 2 24 9 +15 27
3 Wrexham 13 8 1 4 18 14 +4 25
4 Torquay United 13 7 3 3 23 11 +12 24
5 Woking 13 7 3 3 21 12 +9 24
6 Bristol Rovers 13 7 3 3 16 12 +4 24
7 Gateshead 13 6 5 2 22 17 +5 23
8 Forest Green Rovers 13 6 4 3 17 12 +5 22
9 Kidderminster Harriers 13 6 3 4 16 10 +6 21
10 Braintree Town 13 6 2 5 19 12 +7 20
11 Macclesfield Town 13 5 5 3 14 10 +4 20
12 Eastleigh 13 5 5 3 21 19 +2 20
13 Grimsby Town 13 5 4 4 24 11 +13 19
14 Lincoln City 13 5 2 6 19 22 -3 17
15 Aldershot Town 13 4 4 5 13 15 -2 16
16 Chester 13 5 1 7 14 23 -9 16
17 Welling United 13 3 5 5 16 20 -4 14
18 Dartford 13 3 4 6 14 20 -6 13
19 Dover Athletic 13 4 1 8 13 22 -9 13
20 Southport 13 3 2 8 9 20 -11 11
21 Altrincham 13 3 2 8 13 29 -16 11
22 Alfreton Town 13 3 1 9 11 28 -17 10
23 Nuneaton Town 13 2 2 9 6 21 -15 8
24 AFC Telford United 13 1 3 9 18 35 -17 6

 

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Conference Preview: Derbies, Dragons, Imps? It’s Time for Mythical creatures and Heroes Tonight

Woking FC, Kidderminster Harriers, Eastleigh, Gateshead FC, Wrexham FC and Grimsby Town will look to get into the play-off spots on a night where the emotions of local derbies could play a big part.  We preview the games for tonight  – love and peace to all people’s premiership fans.

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With Barnet facing Dover in the live one on Wednesday FC Halifax will be hoping the manager of the month curse will not curtail the bid to go top at Macclesfield Town.  It wont be easy in a derby atmosphere although Macc lost their first game of the season at Chester (0-1) on Non-League day, whereas Aspin’s Shaymen went to Chester and humiliated them 3-0. Macc beat Eastleigh the week before and have four clean sheets under their belt, with ex-Imp Fairhurst on fire.

The Mariners manager is already playing the ‘please be strong ref ‘ card ahead of the trip to Lincoln . The Lincolnshire Derby has never been one for the faint hearted, the incredibly named yellow bellies have changed the confrontation from Christmas so the cards and cash can come early. He has a point there have been six red cards in the last six games –  a score of three all.

Woking travel to Aldershot in another derby fixture that will test that unbeaten record that has seen a climb to third. Kidderminster, in third, will not relish a trip to Southport, who are not the force they have been these last few years. Then again the Harriers wont be if the financial rumours and threat to the playing budget is true.  Surprise package Eastleigh could top fifth by tonight, with a long trip to Dartford, down in 20th and struggling.

 

Gateshead look ready to pounce and, at the very least leapfrog a few, with a plumb home clash with Telford, second from bottom and struggling to adjust to the sunnier climbs of the People’s Premiership.  So do Wrexham, although a tough trip to Bristol Rovers, will be a real test, for the Dragons.

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Aldershot Town v
Woking
Alfreton Town v
Altrincham
Bristol Rovers v Wrexham
Chester FC v Torquay United
Dartford v
Eastleigh
Gateshead FC v AFC Telford Utd
Lincoln City FC v Grimsby Town
Macclesfield Town v
FC Halifax Town
Nuneaton Town v Forest Green Rovers
Southport v Kidderminster Harriers
Welling United v Braintree Town

 

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P W D L F A +/- Pts
1 Barnet 7 6 0 1 18 3 +15 18
2 FC Halifax Town 7 6 0 1 15 5 +10 18
3 Woking 7 4 3 0 16 6 +10 15
4 Kidderminster Harriers 7 4 3 0 9 3 +6 15
5 Eastleigh 7 4 1 2 12 8 +4 13
6 Gateshead 7 4 1 2 13 12 +1 13
7 Wrexham 7 4 1 2 10 10 0 13
8 Grimsby Town 7 3 3 1 17 4 +13 12
9 Torquay United 7 3 3 1 12 5 +7 12
10 Braintree Town 7 4 0 3 12 7 +5 12
11 Forest Green Rovers 7 3 3 1 8 5 +3 12
12 Macclesfield Town 7 3 3 1 8 5 +3 12
13 Aldershot Town 7 3 2 2 9 6 +3 11
14 Lincoln City 7 3 1 3 11 13 -2 10
15 Bristol Rovers 7 2 2 3 5 8 -3 8
16 Dover Athletic 7 2 1 4 8 14 -6 7
17 Chester 7 2 1 4 8 15 -7 7
18 Altrincham 7 2 0 5 8 12 -4 6
19 Southport 7 1 2 4 7 12 -5 5
20 Dartford 7 1 2 4 5 11 -6 5
21 Nuneaton Town 7 1 1 5 2 13 -11 4
22 Welling United 7 0 3 4 4 14 -10 3
23 AFC Telford United 7 0 2 5 8 16 -8 2
24 Alfreton Town 7 0 0 7 4 22 -18 0

Skrill Premier Away Support (Aug-Oct)

Luton Town, Chester FC, Cambridge Utd, Lincoln & Grimsby Town still top the Away stats, with Wrexham FC,  Barnet FC, Aldershot Town, FC Halifax and Kidderminster Harriers all still above the 200 mark.

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The Hatters hordes continue to raise the bar with an unbelievable take to Tamworth – 1199 (and that is/was some round trip). Aldershot also took a credible 193 to Impdom, with Grimsby taking 285 & 272 all the way to Salisbury & Aldershot respectively, to move within 10 of the Imps average away support. The Lincoln legions topped the Fishy foe however with 483 to Nuneaton.

Cambridge are travelling well too with 331 at Chester who continue to confound their League position with 220 at Alfreton.  The League leaders also took 239 to the Fishy foe on a Tuesday night.

The second highest for the month was the Hatters once again with 840 trooping down to Aldershot.  Barnet mustered 358 for Welling, with 260 Shaymen at Luton and The Harriers also took 259 to Chester.

Outstanding support as ever with every regular traveller deserving a medal for what they shell out financially and emotionally for the cause.  Here is the table in full, please feel free to put a link on your forums to ensure STMI get the reads. Our prof is a sad so and so but he his harmless really.

Total turnstile clicks Away-days Average
1 Luton 5856 8 732
2 Chester 3248 8 406
3 Cambridge 3064 8 383
4 Lincoln 2552 8 319
5 Grimsby 2472 8 309
6 Wrexham 1864 8 233
7 Barnet 1498 7 214
8 Aldershot 1908 9 212
9 Halifax 1477 7 211
10 Kidderminster 1616 8 202
11 Hereford 1104 8 138
12 Woking 959 7 137
13 Nuneaton 910 7 130
14 Southport 882 9 98
15 Dartford 712 8 89
16 Macclesfield 704 8 88
17 Salisbury 616 8 77
18 Forest Green 603 9 67
19 Welling 456 8 57
20 Alfreton 424 8 53
21 Tamworth 392 8 49
22 Gateshead 352 8 44
23 Hyde 328 8 41
24 Braintree 256 8 32

Skrill Premier Home Crowd Stats

Luton Town, Wrexham FC, Grimsby Town and Cambridge United all top 3,000 with Lincoln, Chester FC, Aldershot and Kidderminster Harriers all  averaging over 2,000 home gates in the Skrill Premier League so far this season.

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The Luton Town effect has seen them not only pitch in with a seventh of the total turnstile clicks for the SPL (just under 352,000 with an 1826 average), but also feature in seven of their counterparts seasonal highs (we will cover the away crowds separately later today).  Lincoln City have featured in four, which is incredible given our mid-table position.

Home stats (to Oct 31 3013)

Team Turnstile Clicks Average Highest
1 Luton Town 51,620 6,452 7517
2 Wrexham 28,258 3,532 6037
3 Grimsby Town 27,150 3,393 4386
4 Cambridge United 24,586 3,073 3740
5 Lincoln City 19,473 2,434 2748
6 Chester City 18,714 2,339 2900
7 Aldershot Town 19,248 2,138 3138
8 Kidderminster Harriers 16,965 2,120 2866
9 Hereford United 14,274 1,784 2386
10 Barnet 12,453 1,779 2543
11 Halifax 13,515 1,501 1805
12 Woking 11,961 1,495 1955
13 Macclesfield Town 11,055 1,381 1720
14 Nuneaton Town 11,017 1,224 1634
15 Forest Green Rovers 8,397 1,199 1858
16 Tamworth 8,846 1,105 2066
17 Dartford 8,806 1,100 1386
18 Southport 7,579 1,082 2210
19 Braintree Town 8,395 1,049 1480
20 Salisbury City 7,409 926 1313
21 Welling 6,562 820 1017
22 Gateshead 5,632 704 944
23 Alfreton Town 5,392 674 783
24 Hyde 4,455 556 786

Skrill Premier Away Support 2013/14 (Aug & Sept)

Luton Town, Chester FC, Cambridge United, The Imps & Grimsby Town are all averaging 300+ with Wrexham FCFC Halifax, Barnet FC, Aldershot Town and Kidderminster all averaging over 200. You all deserve away season tickets and there have been some outstanding takes already. Please feel free to put a link to this article on any forums and credit STMI so that we get the reads.

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The Hatters have already taken 837 to Southport and 821 to Kidderminster, but Cambridge still boast the highest with 963 going to Luton. Chester just pip the Hatters into third on the individual away-days with 888 travelling to Wrexham. Lincoln kicked off last month’s highs with 574 to Barnet, which was topped by the Hatters who took 731 to Woking and 580 to Hereford. Chester and Grimsby also boosted the Halifax coffers with over 450 and 428 respectively.

Total turnstile clicks Awaydays Average
1 Luton 3812 6 635
2 Chester 2711 6 452
3 Cambridge 2475 6 412
4 Lincoln 2030 6 338
5 Grimsby 1839 6 306
6 Wrexham 1566 6 261
7 Halifax 1121 5 224
8 Barnet 1287 6 215
9 Aldershot 1294 6 216
10 Kidderminster 1214 6 202
11 Woking 1052 6 175
12 Nuneaton 1014 6 169
13 Hereford 917 6 153
14 Southport 837 7 120
15 Dartford 579 6 97
16 Macclesfield 478 5 96
17 Salisbury 454 6 76
18 Forest Green 421 6 70
19 Tamworth 367 6 61
20 Alfreton 349 6 58
21 Welling 329 6 55
22 Gateshead 268 5 54
23 Hyde 266 6 44
24 Braintree 208 6 35

Skrill Premier Away Support 2013/14 – Hatters & Chester unreal

Luton Town, Chester FC, Cambridge UTD, The Imps & Wrexham FC are all averaging 300+ with FC Halifax, Grimsby Town, Woking FC and Barnet FC not far behind. You all deserve away season tickets and there have been some outstanding takes already.

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The Hatters have already taken 837 to Southport, 821 to Kidderminster, but Cambridge still boast the highest with 963 going to Luton. Chester just pip the Hatters into third on the individual awaydays with 888 travelling to Wrexham for the non-League’s first bubble derby (a horrible experience where you have to go from ground to ground on an escorted coach before getting your ticket just before you are led into the stadium). Chester also took 670 to Barnet and 396 to Kidderminster but still trail the Hatters who average 770.  The Imps average of 361 is all the more impressive when considering two of the games have seen over 3 hours away at Dartford and Woking.  Barnet took 500 to Braintree and must be rubbing their hands with glee knowing the Imps will be inhabiting the New Hive on Saturday. Woking also took an impressive 652 to Aldershot

Total turnstile clicks Awaydays Average
1 Luton 2311 3 770
2 Chester 1954 3 651
3 Cambridge 1978 4 495
4 Lincoln 1082 3 361
5 Wrexham 1300 4 325
6 Halifax 847 3 282
7 Grimsby 1061 4 265
8 Woking 970 4 243
9 Barnet 955 4 239
10 Aldershot 719 3 239
11 Kidderminster 901 4 225
12 Nuneaton 620 3 207
13 Southport 736 4 184
14 Hereford 573 4 143
15 Dartford 420 4 105
16 Tamworth 272 3 91
17 Macclesfield 233 3 78
18 Forest Green 308 4 77
19 Salisbury 303 4 76
20 Welling 197 3 66
21 Hyde 171 3 57
22 Alfreton 171 3 57
23 Gateshead 151 3 50
24 Braintree 136 3 45

Conference Fans Must Back Grassroots Petition – nearly 18k have heard MP Crausby’s Call Already

STMI urge fans of Aldershot Town, Alfreton Town, Barnet FC, Braintree Town, Cambridge United, Chester FC, Dartford FC, FC Halifax, FGR, Gateshead FC, Grimsby Town, Hereford United, Hyde, Kidderminster Harriers, Luton Town, Macclesfield Town, Nuneaton Town, Salisbury City, Southport FC, Tamworth FC, Welling United, Woking FC, Wrexham FC, to back the petition to ensure grass roots football gets 7.5% of the from broadcasting rights. MP David Crausby’s petition already has 17,700 signatures so please get on board before the 20th September. Please get this on your forums.

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HM Government

The petition, to the Department for Culture, Media and Sport, calls on the Government to ensure that grassroots football receives financial support from the Premier League. At a time when Government cuts mean that many Local Authorities are no longer able to fund grassroots football transfer fees and players wages are spiralling to obscene levels and, very much wasting the bounty.  Similarly fees for basic facilities are climbing to the point where ordinary people are being priced out of our national sport.

The Premier League continues to grow in popularity around the world. Domestic broadcasting rights for 2013-14 to 2015-16 have been sold for £3bn, combined with global rights the Premier League could bring in as much as £5bn over the next three seasons.
This cash boost must not be wasted on ever-increasing wages for players when grassroots football is struggling. Just 34% of the starting line ups during the Premiership’s opening weekend were home-based talent
The Government must encourage the FA to ensure that 7.5% of money from broadcasting rights goes to fund grassroots football. If the FA and Premier League are unable to do so voluntarily the Government must be willing to take further action to make this compulsory.
Sign this petition and pass it on to everyone you know.
Current Number of signatures: 17,700
Created by: David Crausby MP
Closing Date : 20/02/2014 10:21

Dartford Look Easier Than Wrexham’s Bubble Derby V Chester.

Lincoln can continue their best start for 6 years with a first away win at improving Dartford FC, 2-0 victors at Tamworth FC. Wrexham, play Chester FC in non-league’s first bubble fixture (a police escort on official from your home ground to the away one and back – and you only get your ticket when you get off the coach as you go in) will have a harder ordeal you feel even though we are yet to win away and they are pleased to see the back of us. The Imps strangled the Dragons passing football last week but the ferocity of the derby could see them jumping from the frying pan into the fire.  Lose this one and Morrell’s passing Princes will really need to go back to the drawing board and quick.

Old school tabloid hack Vic Erzantartz pulse begins to quicken………………….

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Simon Yeo scored a penalty in that one a few years ago – up the Wrexham end – and can vouch for the ferocity of the affair, when Wales meets England in the most policed derby, per head, in world football.  The last one he played in saw 500 police with  the capacity restricted to under 5,000.  Chester have been given 1200 tickets for this one  and will want to bounce back from a 1-2 defeat to Forest Green and a 1-3 loss at Kidderminster.

Happier times perhaps for Lincoln City, who have a 100% home record, but just a draw and a defeat on the road. Indeed it is almost the reverse mirror image of the 2006/7 season that saw three (eventually 5 alas ending at Boston 0-1) wins on the road with two draws at home.  The Imps currently have 10 points to the 11 of the Schofield and Deehan season, but are not really getting the credit they deserve it would seem.

Thomlinson has come out and said that teams should start to fear Lincoln and even the manager is confident enough to say we are ready for everyone.  But we should not underestimate a Dartford side who won 2-0 at big spending Tamworth last week to end a run of three defeats to nil.  Dartford do not do draws having won 2 and lost 3. They have won one and lost one at home so far this season and given the Imps form this is unlikely to end up a draw.  The Darts beat Alfreton 1-0 on opening day at their lovely Princes Park venue then lost at home to Braintree 2-0.

We should not count our chickens, but The Imps will be favourites to win this one for a change with Fairhurst, Thomlinson and Rowe already amongst the goals backed by a side brimming with confidence. A hearty 200 plus are set to travel and they will make plenty of noise in a stadium that lends itself well to atmosphere.  Win this one and get the away form going and the Imps will go into the home game with Salisbury fancying their chances for the play-offs this season.

The Big Fat Conference Premier Guide

For fans of Aldershot Town, Alfreton Town, Barnet FC, Braintree Town, Cambridge United, Chester FC, Dartford FC, FC Halifax, FGR, Gateshead FC, Grimsby Town, Hereford United, Hyde, Kidderminster Harriers, Luton Town, Macclesfield Town, Nuneaton Town, Salisbury City, Southport FC, Tamworth FC, Welling United, Woking FC, Wrexham FC,  here is the STMI Skrill Premier guide.  Nearly 30,000 of you have read your own team’s now you can have a nosey at the rest.

Thank-you for reading Neil Gentleman-Hobbs – this labour of love has kept me sane (ish) through a foot crush injury this summer

The guide comprises transfer ins and outs, the squads, typical formation, last years position and crowd, tickets, ground guide (thanks Duncan Adams) and plus a gander and forecast for the coming season. Notice no side is foretasted to go down because everyone starts with a clean sheet in a league where everyone can beat anyone. Why, because every big stage is seen as a giant killing opportunity with ex-League giants viewed as scalps. Get your beer-goggles out, Believe, be pure, be vigilant and behave.

STMI looks forward to seeing you all in 2013/14, although you will not bump into me at Sincil Bank as I am still denied the ability to watch my community team. But enough of that to cut to the chase just CLICK ON A NAME, below the badge our heroes kiss.

Newton’s Neutron Bombs Will Blow Imps Away!

Sean Newton showed what made him a fans favourite at Stockport County and Chester FC, with a jaw-dropping 25 yard exocet against Boston Utd to win the game and be worth the admission fee on its own. With three minutes to go he calmly took three strides and with hardly any back-lift blasted a bullet that whistled beyond the impressive Timms.

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The goal crowned another great game going forward with two outstanding crosses that just lacked a finish from young Yussuf and Wright.  Indeed Newton should provide Lincoln with more assists than the ex-basket carrier at the Tower of London,  STMI warned you about his free-kick prowess when he signed and in his pre-season STMIBiopic HERE

Newton is a fans favourite wherever he goes, our new Stuart Bimson, if you will, a veritable Newton’s cradle of energy, the busy bee gets up and down faster than a brides nightie. At 24 Sean is still coming into his peak, but what a talent going forward, the purists left back and no mistake. Now in the right side and with the right manager the shop window beckons for a player who will undoubtedly play higher in the football League.

His free-kicks will make us swoon, so expect more of them, at least 3-4 a season, because Sean certainly gets some goals for a full-back , 6 last season as well as netting 12 in 109 outings for Telford.   He also lets fly from the flank with devastating results, although yesterdays effort will go down as one of those he should have crossed. Sean has also been capped at England C, playing twice and scoring the once, at just 20 .  Stockport asked for a try before we buy loan, loved him and made him a permanent fixture last summer where he scored 6 and was given an assist bonus that was paid out on 16 more.

Sean Newton’s Stockport Stats 2012/13
No NAME Starts Sub Mins Goals Shots Assists Fouls Fouled YC RC
3 Sean Newton 43 1  3877 6 49 6 41 23 2 0
STMI BIOPIC
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 Lincoln City
NUMBER 3
YOUTH CAREER
2005–2007 Chester City
SENIOR CAREER
YEARS Team Apps (Gls)
2007–2008 Chester City 2 (0)
2007 Southport (loan) 13 (1)
2008 Droylsden (loan) 15 (1)
2008–2009 Droylsden 35 (5)
2009 Barrow 4 (0)
2009–2012 AFC Telford United 109 (12)
2012 Stockport County (loan) 7 (1)
2012– Stockport County 43 (6)
NATIONAL TEAM
2009– England C 2 (1)