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Worksop Town Football Club!
Tigers Squad!
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This is the current Worksop Town Squad 2003/2004 season.

Ian Bowling
Dave McCarthy-
Carl Perry
Ryan Ludlam
Ryan Davis
Darren Bradshaw
Mark Haran
Fabrizio De Laur
Sean Beamish
Linden Whitehead
Steven Hawes
Kevin Davies
Alex Callery
Neil Glasser
Paul Sykes
Joe Taylor
Mike Gray
Ahyed Al-Dosari
Matt Caudwell
Simeon Bambrook
Darren Roberts
Adam Muller
Ben Chasing


Thirty five year old Ian Bowling has joined the Tigers from Kettering. He is an experienced goalkeeper with over 300 League appearances to his name, and a former club included Mansfield Town. He made 30 appearances last season for Kettering in the Conference League.


Dave started his football career as a centre back but soon switched to the goal-keeping position he still holds today. Thirty year old Dave, who hails from Mansfield, is married with two boys and hopes that they follow him into football. His previous clubs include Chesterfield, AFC Bournemouth, Hucknall Town, where he spent six seasons before signing for the Tigers.


Former Tottenham Hotspur U 13s Keeper signed for Worksop recently on a free transfer from Bristol Manor Farm, he has yet to play for The Tigers and has only appeared in the reserve side so far.
Ryan began his football representing his school - All Saints of Sheffield - and progressed to the Sheffield Boys Team, where they won the British Gas Final. He joined Sheffield United on a YTS Scheme and spent a further two years as a professional. He was a regular with their reserve side and is an exciting player on the ball.
A 21 year old ex Sheffield Wednesday player, he was at Luton Town for a short spell before signing for the Tigers. A strong defender with pace. Lucking to progress at the club and is a current fans fave.

Joined the Tigers two years ago and has made a big impact on the team, he has played for many clubs at the highest level, including Newcastle, Chesterfield and York.


Mark is a 62 defender who became the second player signed from Kettering. His previous club was Hednesford Town. He has also represented England at semi-pro level. Mark was handed the captaincy of the Club on 28 October 2003 and celebrated by scoring one of the goals against Ashton in the team's 3-0 victory.


Italian stallion who used to play for Perugia Youths back in Italy before being trialed by Sheffield United,Grimsby Town and Nottingham Forest, however reserve team football is as good as it gets.


Irish defender with plenty of guts recently joined from Belevdere United.


Linden has been a magnificent servant to Worksop Town and has celebrated his testimonial after ten years service. After serving the Club as captain for eight seasons, he has had the honour of raising the Unibond Division One runners up trophy, and he also led the team out to win the Chairmans Cup against Droylsden in April 2002. Last season he led the Tigers to victory in the Sheffield Senior Cup after beating Doncaster Rovers 2:1 in the final held at Hillsborough. He relinquished his captains armband following the home match against Marine on 25 October 2003. The team is now captained by Mark Haran.


24 years old signed from Altrincham summer 2002, ex Sheffield United player, he is also a semi-pro international player. Has the title of youngest player to play for Sheffield United in the Premiership


Twenty four year old Kevin Davies joined the Tigers from Nationwide Conference side Telford United in July 2003 after being voted Telford's Player of the Year for the season 2002/03. Kevin started his football career at Sheffield United Football Club where he spent two years as an apprentice and three years as a professional. He then transferred to Telford United where he spent the last three years.


Twenty year old Alex Callery signed for Worksop after playing for Sheffield Wednesday Academy team for three years. He signed for Worksop last season and spent a loan spell with Gainsborough Trinity before returning to the Tigers later in the season.


Twenty eight year old Neil Glasser has joined the Tigers in a two year deal following a career which saw him at Nottingham Forest under the eye of top England Manager, Brian Clough. He then spent two years with Notts County before joining Bromsgrove Rovers where he spent two years in the Conference League. Following his stint at Bromsgrove he enjoyed three years with Grantham Town before moving to Burton Albion where he spent four successful years.


Versatile 26 year old Paul Sykes has signed a two year deal with the Tigers after gaining a free transfer from Harrogate Town. Sykes previous clubs include Sheffield Wednesday, Bradford Park
Avenue and Ossett Town.


Born in April 1980, 23 year old defender and former Manchester Utd junior, Joe Taylor, is Worksop's latest new signing. Joe joined the Tigers on 8th November 2003 from Tamworth. He was spotted by Tamworth after playing against them in the 2002/3 final of the FA Trophy at Villa Park, whilst playing for Burscough. Having signed for Tamworth in July 2003, his appearances were limited after he was selected for the British University team to play in the World Student Games.


Versatile powerhouse speedy sweeper who can play in all over the park via GK but prefered postion is on the left wing. Gray is strong and powerful but has a way of losing his cool and often is carded. Formerly with Gainsborough Trinity for a short while but was deemed surplus to requirements and has been involved in the reserve setup at Worksop for a short while, has good potential to soon be a first team member and has shone in recent reserve games.


Gutsy English/Saudi Arabian midfielder who can use his pace to beat of defenders with ease, has yet to be given a place in the first team but like Mike Gray has shone since arriving at Sandy Lane. Al-Dosari formely with Bawtry Town and Bradford City YTS is a great prospect.


Another player in his early twenties signed from Doncaster Rovers summer 2002.


Simeon Bambrook is Worksop Town's very latest signing after he agreed his contract on September 1st 2003. Bambrook was in his second term with Wakefield and Emley when Tigers manager Steve Ludlam stepped in to sign the striker. Previously with North East Counties side Garforth, Bambrook has been a regular scorer in the Unibond League, but was set to leave after the departure of former manager Ronnie Glavin but current manager Ian Banks persuaded him to stay. The Tigers had been following his progress for some time and now they have their man they hope he will add some fire-power to their attack.


32 years old Centre forward, signed from Tamworth 2002, prolific scorer wherever he has been playing, previous clubs include Scarborough, Darlington, and Burton.


Twenty One year old Adam Muller (Forward) joined the Tigers from Sheffield Wednesday two seasons ago after a loan spell with us


Short 17 year old reserve player with and eye for goal but lacks speed for his age however is tipped for the step up to first team next season.



This page you can view the squad list and read about the Worksop Town Players below!

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In this column I'll talk about another favorite player. I'll mention what I think this player contributes to the team and his or her career highlights. I might also talk about how I first became interested in this player.