Former players - where are they now?


He’s back again !!!

6 Likes

You will be there then won’t you @Killer78 :grinning:

1 Like

Isaiah Osbourne scored today for Barwell, against St Ives Town.

Freddie for Lincoln, who are now in the play-off positions.

Cry God for Freddie Lincoln and Walsall who are now in the play-off positions.Well (nearly)

Corey Blackett-Taylor missing a sitter for Derby.

1 Like

Friend sent me this.
He scored the first competitive goal there when City moved to their new stadium

6 Likes

Joe Edwards has just been subbed on for Plymouth after half hour. Scarr is also playing and they’re beating Leicester 1-0.

He has played over 200 games now for Plymouth…. Big mistake releasing Edwards, he has played a massive part at that club since joining them

1 Like

I think the new stewardship of the club will not be making, or hopefully not making, the same mistakes, as we have already seen to a degree.

Scarr and Edwards were imperious in that back 5.

I think that was the problem with Scarr here, always felt like he had a mistake in him in a back 4 but was decent at Wycombe in back 5 and same again at Plymouth two leagues higher and against top class forwards.

Edwards is the ultimate pro, back at RWB and as good as he was in central midfield.

1 Like

Scarr MOM Man mountain

Kieran Phillips joins Sacramento Republic FC on loan

Scott Laird scored a penalty for Barnstaple the other day

Has he left Gloucester already?

It did and many supporters though he was due for non-league. It does show how difficult it is to judge the level of p[layers.

Appears so

He joined Gloucester City on dual registration from Barnstaple, helping the manager, who’s an old friend. His job means he’s not available on Saturdays during term time and he wanted game time on Tuesday nights and school holiday Saturdays.

Dual registration - non league players are allowed to be registered with different teams as long as they are at different levels. This helps when clubs don’t run reserve teams, fringe players can play for lower teams but still be available for selection for the higher team if needed. Like a loan but much more flexible.

2 Likes

Mark Gillespie on the bench for Newcastle today

Is Adebayo out for the season.

Probably means he won’t leave in the summer now as if he’d stayed fit he’d probably have been on 14-15 goals.

So sell on clause gate will rumble on for another year…