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OFFICIAL PROGRAMME - SIXPENCE Headquarters & Ground: Park Lane,

Leigh Beck,

Canvey Island,

Essex.

Telephone: Canvey Island 2991

CANVEY ISLAND FOOTBALL

CLUB

(Affiliated to Essex County F.A. - Members of the BetVictor Isthmian League) Chairman: J. BATCH Esq.

Team Manager: M. BENTLEY Esq.

Secretary: G. SUTTON Esq.

Assistant: B. WELLMEN Esq.

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BETVICTOR ISTHMIAN LEAGUE NORTH

CANVEY ISLAND F. C. Versus

CAMBRIDGE CITY TUESDAY, 14th JANUARY 2020 CANVEY ISLAND 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

R. BUDD D. HUMPHREYS G. WOODWARD J. WHITE (c) D. PHILLIPS M. LOCK R. LACEY A. LEVETT J. HALLETT S. BANTICK R. MELAUGH

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K. GILBERT T. JOSEPH M. FINNERAN A. STEPHENSON S. DULIEU

M M. BENTLEY A B. WELLMEN

KICK-OFF 7.45 p.m.

CAMBRIDGE Referee: Michael Robertson-Tant SOUTHEND SPORTS CENTRE 663 SOUTHCHURCH ROAD Tel: Southend 67688

Assistants: Jamie Garwood Craig Charles

CITY

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D. GEORGE Y. OFOSU S. SIMPSON T. GARDINER J. GENT D. UBAH J. ROBSON K. MICHAEL A. AMU C. REGIS N. DEMBELE

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M. GYASI T. RIGBY I. MAYNARD T. HORNE N. OLUKANMI

M R. NIGHTINGALE A N. MIDGLEY

Registered in England and Wales with Company Registration Number 04522700 Park Lane, Canvey Island, Essex, SS8 7PX www.canveyislandfc.com - info@canveyislandfc.com - 01268 682991 People With Significant Interest In The Club: Mr JB Batch, Mr GL Sutton and Mr MC O’Brien “The Isthmian Football League strongly supports the FA statement that there should be a zero tolerance approach against racism and all forms of discrimination. Accordingly any form of discriminatory abuse whether it be based on race or ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender, faith, age, ability or any other form of abuse will be reported to The Football Association for action by that Association.” (The FA 0800 085 0508 / Kick it Out 020 7253 0162)


INTRODUCTION

WELCOME TO PARK LANE Good evening Ladies and Gentlemen and welcome to Park Lane for tonight's BetVictor Isthmian League North match against Cambridge City. We hope that the players, officials and supporters of the Lilywhites, along with tonight's match officials, enjoy their time with us and have a safe journey home afterwards. Cambridge City Tonight's visitors are currently 13th in the table and come into this match following a 1-0 win at home to Romford on Saturday. This will be our 7th competitive match against the Lilywhites, with our record so far reading P 6, W 3, D 2, L 1, F 9, A 6. Recent Results We come into this match following a disappointing 2-1 defeat here against Dereham Town. Our goal was scored by Rob Lacey. Upcoming Fixtures After today we will play two Essex derbies away from home. On Saturday we

travel to play Basildon United (15:00), and next Tuesday we go to Witham Town (19:45). Our next home match is on Saturday 25th January when Soham Town Rangers are the visitors, kick off at 15:00. In other matches taking place here at Park Lane, on Saturday Benfleet host Hackney Wick in the Thurlow Nunn League First Division South, kick off at 15:00. Admission is priced at £5.00 Adults, £3.00 Concessions (Over-60’s, Students with Valid ID) and £1.00 Under-16’s. Tribute Acts Elvis tribute act Patrick Byrne and Oasis tribute band Shoasis will be back by popular demand in early 2020. The Elvis Tribute Night will take place on Friday 17th January, while Shoasis will come to Park Lane on Friday 7th February. Doors open at 19:30 with the bar available throughout. Tickets are priced at only £10.00 each and can be purchased from behind the bar in the clubhouse. For more information please call Billy Heale on 07831 472 639 or speak to a member of the bar staff.


MANAGER'S NOTES MARK BENTLEY

Hello everyone and welcome to today's match against Cambridge City. It's difficult to describe how disappointing it was to lose here against Dereham Town on Saturday, conceding with the last touch of the ball. I can only apolgise for another home defeat, our results here have to drastically improve and fast if we're to be anywhere near the playoffs come the end of the season. Overall I felt that it was a even match and that a draw would have been a fair result. However, we switched off at the vital time, not taking responsibility and letting their tallest player have a free header inside the six yard box. We can't afford to dwell on another poor result at home, and thankfully tonight's game gives us the opportunity to get straight back on the horse and put the Dereham result behind us. That being said, this will be another tough match, especially as they come into the game following a 1-0 win against big-spending Romford at the weekend. I'm sure that they will look at our recent home results and feel as though we are there to be turned over. We need to roll our sleeves up and show that this isn't the

case. I'm fully expecting the weather to play it's part tonight with extremely strong winds forecast. It's windy here at the best of times, so when it really gets going it really can have an impact on a match. Neil Midgley and Dave Theobald on their coaching staff will know this only too well having both played for Canvey in the past. Even more than normal, I'll be encouraging the lads to get the ball down as much as we can and use the good playing surface here to prevent the conditions from spoiling our work. Of course, if we go about it the right way, there will be opportunities to use the wind in our favour, either by putting extra zip on our shots or by holding the ball up in behind the defence. The team who make the best decisions are likely to be victorious. On the injury front, Kane Gilbert dislocated his shoulder last Thursday night in training so he will be out for a while as he recovers, for which we wish him all the best. Enjoy the match,

Mark


FIXTURES & RESULTS 2019/20 Date

K/O

Oppositon

Score

H/A

Competition

Sat 13th Jul

15:00

Hornchurch

W 3-1

H

Friendly

Sat 20th Jul

15:00

Bowers & Pitsea

W 1-0

H

Friendly

Tue 23rd Jul

19:45

Walthamstow

L 1-0

A

Friendly

Sat 27th Jul

15:00

Ashford United

W 2-0

H

Friendly

Mon 29th Jul

19:45

Leyton Orient XI

W 3-2

H

Friendly

Sat 3rd Aug

15:00

Cheshunt

L 2-0

H

Friendly

Sat 10th Aug

15:00

Waltham Abbey

W 4-2

A

Friendly

Sat 17th Aug

15:00

Romford

W 2-1

A

League

Tue 20th Aug

19:45

Grays Athletic

W 2-1

H

League

Sat 24th Aug

15:00

Stotfold

W 2-0

A

FA Cup Prelim

Mon 26th Aug

15:00

Hullbridge Sports

W 3-1

A

League

Sat 31st Aug

15:00

Bury Town

L 2-0

H

League

Tue 3rd Sep

19:45

Hullbridge Sports

D 0-0

H

Velocity Trophy Group 6

Sat 7th Sep

15:00

Waltham Abbey

D 2-2

A

FA Cup 1st Qual

Tue 10th Sep

19:45

Waltham Abbey

W 2-1

H

FA Cup 1st Qual Replay

Sat 14th Sep

15:00

Coggeshall Town

L 3-1

A

League

Tue 17th Sep

19:45

Maldon & Tiptree

L 5-0

A

League

Sat 21st Sep

15:00

St Ives Town

D 0-0

A

FA Cup 2nd Qual

Tue 24th Sep

19:45

St Ives Town

W 3-2 AET

H

FA Cup 2nd Qual Replay

Sat 28th Sep

15:00

Welwyn Garden City

W 4-1

A

FA Trophy Extra-Prelim

Sat 5th Oct

15:00

Bowers & Pitsea

D 1-1

H

FA Cup 3rd Qual

Tue 8th Oct

19:45

Bowers & Pitsea

D 1-1 (L 5-3p)

A

FA Cup 3rd Qual Replay

Sat 12th Oct

15:00

Ashford Town (Middx)

D 2-2

A

FA Trophy Prelim

Tue 15th Oct

19:45

Ashford Town (Middx)

W 5-0

H

FA Trophy Prelim Replay

Sat 19th Oct

15:00

Basildon United

W 2-1

H

League

Tue 22nd Oct

19:45

Great Wakering Rovers

L 2-0

H

Velocity Trophy Group 6

Sat 26th Oct

15:00

Chipstead

D 3-3

A

FA Trophy 1st Qual

Sat 26th Oct

15:00

Chipstead

W 2-1

H

FA Trophy 1st Qual

Sat 2nd Nov

15:00

AFC Sudbury

L 2-1

A

League

Tue 5th Nov

19:45

Harlow Town

W 2-0

A

Essex Senior Cup 3rd


Date

K/O

Oppositon

Sat 9th Nov

15:00

Haringey Borough

L 2-1

H/A A

Competition FA Trophy 2nd Qual

Tue 12th Nov

19:45

Brentwood Town

W 3-2

H

League

Sat 16th Nov

15:00

Great Wakering Rovers

D 1-1

A

League

Tue 19th Nov

19:45

Basildon United

L 5-3

A

Velocity Trophy Group 6

Tue 26th Nov

19:45

Witham Town

W 5-0

A

Velocity Trophy Group 6

Sat 30th Nov

15:00

Histon

L 3-0

H

League

Tue 3rd Dec

19:45

Tilbury

W 4-1

A

Velocity Trophy Group 6

Sat 7th Dec

15:00

Heybridge Swifts

W 3-2

A

League

Wed 11th Dec

19:45

Grays Athletic

L 2-1

A

Essex Senior Cup 4th

Sat 14th Dec

15:00

Felixstowe & Walton Utd

W 3-1

H

League

Sat 21st Dec

15:00

Aveley

D 1-1

H

League

Thu 26th Dec

13:00

Tilbury

L 5-3

A

League

Sat 28th Dec

15:00

Hullbridge Sports

L 3-0

H

League

Sat 4th Jan

15:00

Bury Town

W 1-0

A

League

Tue 7th Jan

19:45

Soham Town Rangers

W 3-1

A

League

Sat 11th Jan

15:00

Dereham Town

L 2-1

H

League

Tue 14th Jan

19:45

Cambridge City

H

League

Sat 18th Jan

15:00

Basildon United

A

League

Tue 21st Jan

19:45

Witham Town

A

League

Sat 25th Jan

15:00

Soham Town Rangers

H

League

Fri 31st Jan

19:45

Brentwood Town

A

League

Tue 4th Feb

19:45

Maldon & Tiptree

H

League

Sat 8th Feb

15:00

Heybridge Swifts

H

League

Tue 11th Feb

19:45

Hullbridge Sports

H

Thameside Trophy 1st

Sat 15th Feb

15:00

Felixstowe & Walton Utd

A

League

Sat 22nd Feb

15:00

AFC Sudbury

H

League

Sat 29th Feb

15:00

Cambridge City

A

League

Sat 7th Mar

15:00

Great Wakering Rovers

H

League

Sat 14th Mar

15:00

Aveley

A

League

Sat 21st Mar

15:00

Coggeshall Town

H

League

Sat 28th Mar

15:00

Dereham Town

A

League

Sat 4th Apr

15:00

Romford

H

League

Sat 11th Apr

15:00

Grays Athletic

A

League

Mon 13th Apr

15:00

Tilbury

H

League

Sat 18th Apr

15:00

Witham Town

H

League

Sat 25th Apr

15:00

Histon

A

League


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MATCH REPORT DEREHAM TOWN (H) Canvey Island 1 Rob Lacey (51') Dereham Town 2 Robbie Linford (58') Ryan Crisp (95') Attendance: 164 Starting XI: Rob Budd, Dan Humphreys, George Woodward, James White (c), Darren Phillips, Matt Lock, Rob Lacey, Albert Levett, Jason Hallett, Sam Bantick, Ryan Melaugh (Off 80'). Subs: Tobi Joseph (On 80'), Alex Stephenson, Michael Finneran, Mark Bentley. A 95th minute goal condemned Canvey to another home defeat, losing 2-1 at Park Lane to Dereham Town on Saturday. Manager Mark Bentley made one change from the side that beat Soham Town Rangers away on Tuesday night, bringing Matt Lock back into the starting XI in place of Alex Stephenson. James White dropped back into central defence and Lock slotted in the middle of midfield.

Canvey started brightly, creating a number of chances inside the opening ten minutes. The first came on five minutes when Jason Hallett was fouled on the left wing. Sam Bantick curled the free kick to the back post where it was met by George Woodward, although his shot from close range went across the face of goal and wide of the far post. Bantick was in behind himself soon afterwards when he latched onto a through ball. However, goalkeeper Elliot Pride was alert to the danger and charged down the shot, meeting it just inside his area to save. On nine minutes a good ball into the box from the left by George Woodward narrowly evaded the head of a defender and landed at the feet of Jason Hallett. The forward took a touch and managed to poke a shot goalwards, but once again the Dereham keeper did well to come off his line and smother the effort. James White curled a free kick a couple of yards wide for Canvey on 21 minutes, but after this point the visitors went on to dominate the rest of the half, causing plenty of problems from wide areas in particular. On 31 minutes a low ball from left


back Jack Imrie was pulled across from the face of goal and met by Ryan Crisp sliding in. Crisp managed to steer the ball goalwards, but thankfully James White was well placed to clear the ball inside the six yard box. Crisp had another chance four minutes later when he was played in down the right, getting past James White and getting his shot off. However, Rob Budd was equal to the wellstruck effort, getting his top hand to the ball diving to his right and palming it away. On 38 minutes Tom Hilliard found himself in a similar position coming in from the opposite flank, making his way into the box and bearing down on goal. However, just as he was about to pull the trigger, Canvey captain James White slid in with a last ditch tackle to force a corner. Crisp drilled a shot into the side netting from 20 yards just before the break, with the Magpies going into the break well in control. Canvey took the lead against the run of play six minutes into the second half after Jason Hallett had been fouled out on the right. Matt Lock delivered the ball to the back post which was knocked back across goal for Rob Lacey to tap home unmarked from close range. Dereham will wonder how they didn’t level the score four minutes later when they were awarded a right wing free kick of their own. The ball into the box caught Canvey’s defence

statuesque, with as many as four opponents beating the offside trap and getting in behind. Matthew Castellan looped the ball onto the crossbar before a teammate forced a save from Rob Budd diving to his right. The ball remained in play and fell perfectly for Dion Frary on the left, but he dragged his shot across goal and wide. The visitors didn’t need to rue this missed opportunity for long, as on 58 minutes some more poor defending gifted them an equaliser. Canvey failed to clear a ball on the edge of the box which was charged down by Robbie Linford. He kept the ball under control and slotted coolly past Rob Budd from 12 yards to score. Sam Bantick had an opportunity to restore Canvey’s lead on 67 minutes when Ryan Melaugh clipped the ball to the back post from the left. Bantick rose but was always stretching, sending his header a yard wide of the top corner. It looked as though the match was destined for a draw as the two sides cancelled each other out for the rest of the match, but there was a twist in the tale still to come. Dereham were awarded a free kick out on the right wing in the 95th minute which was delivered to the back post and headed home by Ryan Crisp to ensure the three points went back to Norfolk.


PLAYER INTERVIEW ROB BUDD

Ahead of tonight's match, we spoke with goalkeeper Rob Budd about his career to date and an unexpected return to Park Lane. Q. You've returned to the club for a second spell this season, putting in some impressive performances. How have you found your time at Park Lane so far? A. I've really enjoyed. The gaffa is a good bloke and has been honest with me from start in regards to my role. Lamz is his number one and someone I know well, plus he's a very good keeper who has been having a good season. I understand that I'm just keeping his gloves warm for him while he recovers and that he will come back in when he's fit. I'll just keep enjoying my football until then. Q. Being from the island, did you always think that you would turn out for your home town club at some point in your career? A. To be honest - no! iOver the

years at different points there been different people at the club who have asked me to come over, but for one reason or another it has never been the right time for the club or for me so it never materialised. Also, I'm not getting any younger so thought it probably wasn't going to be. But I'm really pleased that I have been able to play for Canvey, plus my son gets to see me play which is something that I love. Q. Saturday's defeat against Dereham Town was your first in Canvey colours. How disappointing was it to concede so late in the match and how keen are the team to get back on track against Cambridge City? A. It was gutting to lose the game like that and definitely ruined my Saturday night. I don't think we were at our best but should have had enough about us to have seen it out for the draw. However, if we can get back on track against Cambridge City then we will have picked up 9 points from 12 which will be a good return, so that's the challenge and


what we need to be 100% focussed on achieving. Q. You've been part of the nonleague scene for many years now, playing for a number of clubs. Where have you spent your most enjoyable spells, and what would you say your career highlights have been? A. Well apart from this season where I've struggled to settle, I've enjoyed it all. I loved my time at Ilford when I was young. Every year was a struggle but it was enjoyable and I learnt a lot. We had a great bunch of lads at Thamesmead Town and a great setup. It was such a shame that the club was run by some stupid people and doesn't exist anymore, but I really enjoyed my spell there. The promotion year with Thamesmead was probably my favourite season overall. The campaign as a whole was great, going so close and to win promotion on penalties was an amazing feeling. Staying up with Romford was a miracle and something that was great to be a part. I'd been out for two years so going back in a scrap was great. Last year at Brentwood were another good bunch of lads who we

all still in touch with each other now which shows how close we were as a group. If that squad had stayed together for this season then who knows what we could have achieved. Q. Finally, what are your goals and ambitions for the rest of your time in the game? A. I just want another year or two settled at a club and enjoying my football really. I'm still fit, as long as I manage the body these days! After that I'll probably going into management/coaching. That's the plan anyway, but I'll worry about that when I retire!


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LEAGUE TABLE

BETVICTOR ISTHMIAN NORTH 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

Maldon & Tiptree (-3) Aveley Heybridge Swifts Bury Town Tilbury Coggeshall Town Great Wakering Rovers Dereham Town Histon Canvey Island Grays Athletic Hullbridge Sports Cambridge City Witham Town AFC Sudbury Brentwood Town Soham Town Rangers Basildon United Felixstowe & Walton United Romford

P

W

D

L

F

A

GD

PTS

15 18 20 18 18 19 20 21 21 19 19 18 18 19 16 18 20 19 20 16

14 11 11 10 9 8 9 8 9 9 8 6 7 6 6 5 5 4 4 2

1 4 3 3 5 8 4 6 3 2 2 4 1 4 2 4 3 5 4 2

0 3 6 5 4 3 7 7 9 8 9 8 10 9 8 9 12 10 12 12

40 48 40 30 33 26 36 40 34 30 34 23 24 27 27 31 30 26 23 23

8 20 32 21 20 16 27 35 45 37 33 28 32 40 29 37 38 36 38 53

32 28 8 9 13 10 9 5 -11 -7 1 -5 -8 -13 -2 -6 -8 -10 -15 -30

40 37 36 33 32 32 31 30 30 29 26 22 22 22 20 19 18 17 16 8

Today's Fixtures BetVictor Isthmian League North Canvey Island v Cambridge City BBC Essex Senior Cup Quarter Final Billericay Town v Grays Athletic Waltham Abbey v Maldon & Tiptree


ISTHMIAN UPDATE LEAGUE NEWS Basildon United

Ramsgate

BetVictor Isthmian League North club Basildon United have appointed former player Alex Salmon as their new manager - their fifth of the campaign to date! Salmon quit as boss of Thurlow Nunn League Division One South side Burnham Ramblers, where he gained a reputation for bringing through talented youngsters. A former forward with the likes of Enfield 1893, Southend Manor and Basildon, Salmon told the club website: “I am excited to be joining Basildon United at the start of this new project. I understand the local community and really buy into the club’s plans. It is part of my philosophy that I am a manager of a club and not just a first team.” Meanwhile, with Salmon coming in, Basildon announced the departure of their interim boss Kris Newby. Newby was brought to the club by former manager John Sussex in September as a player, and thrust into the hot-seat at the end of last year, overseeing his first match as manager on New Year's Day as the Bees beat Grays Athletic 4-2. A club statement read: “The club have parted ways with interim manager Kris Newby by mutual consent. “We would like to thank Kris and his management team for their hard work during their time in charge”.

Matt Longhurst, the recently appointed manager of BetVictor Isthmian League South East club Ramsgate has added to his squad in recent days by bringing in midfielder Phil Starkey defender Will Thomas and young forward Charlie Meade. Starkey was on Arsenal’s books as a youth and in the summer of 2004 joined Crystal Palace, playing for their under-18s and reserve sides, and was given a professional contract in the summer of 2006. In April he had a trial with Shrewsbury Town, before returning to Selhurst Park but was released by the Eagles in August 2007 and signed for Vanarama National League side Ebbsfleet United. After two appearances he fell out of favour and went on loan to then-Isthmian Premier outfit Tonbridge Angels where the deal was made permanent in February 2008. In the summer of 2009, he signed for National League South side Braintree Town before leaving in January 2010 to re-join Tonbridge. He was back at Braintree in June 2010 where he was virtually ever-present as they won the National League South title. He moved to Dover Athletic in June 2011 and then Isthmian Premier outfit Margate in June 2012 and was off to Gate's league


rivals AFC Hornchurch in July 2013. He signed for Maidstone United from AFC Hornchurch in September 2014 before switching to then-Isthmian South side Folkestone Invicta in June 2015 where he helped Neil Cugley's side to win the league and gain promotion to the Isthmian Premier. He was released by Folkestone Invicta in February 2019 and joined Southern Counties East League side Canterbury City. The 32-year-old teacher signed for Ramsgate's league rivals Herne Bay towards the early part of this season. Thomas joins the Rams from Canterbury. The centre-half was formerly with Sheppey United, Hythe Town and East Grinstead Town, where he had two spells. He started out in the academy at National League South side Maidstone United and made a handful of first team appearances in cup games. Longhurst has also signed Charlie Meade. The versatile forward had originally come through Ramsgate’s youth system at a young age but moved to Maidstone’s academy before switching to National League outfit Dover Athletic's equivalent. Romford Glen Tamplin has had his signing-on book open again, bringing in two players from Vanarama National League South side Welling United. Experienced midfielder Danny Waldren is a familiar face to Tamplin from his Billericay Town days. The 30-year-old signed for Welling in September from the Essex outfit, having made the reverse journey in May 2017.

He made his debut for Croydon Athletic in 2005 aged just 16. By the time he had reached 100 appearances, he was captain and skippered the side to the Isthmian South title in 2009/10. In June 2011, he moved on to then-National League South side Bromley and as captain, he lifted the London Senior Cup in 2013 and crowned a four-year spell with the Ravens by winning the 2014/15 National League South title. In June 2015, he dropped down to the Isthmian Premier and made 66 appearances in a single season with Dulwich Hamlet before signing for the Wings in the summer of 2016. Ejiro Okosieme is a 25-year-old centreback who signed for Welling in July. The Anglo-Nigerian began his career with Championship side Middlesbrough and played for their under-18 and under-21 teams. To enhance his chances of playing firstteam football, he was loaned out to Northern League side Billingham Synthonia and Northern Premier outfit Workington AFC. After being released by Boro he signed for then-Isthmian Premier side Billericay before quickly switching to Bishop’s Stortford in August 2015. After a year with the Blues, he moved to then-Isthmian South side Chatham Town and was offered a route back up the Pyramid by then-National League Macclesfield Town in February 2017. He moved back south to Dover Athletic in October 2017 and then switched to Braintree Town in November 2018. Source for all stories: Non League Today


PLAYER STATS 2019/20

2018/19 League

Manny Adelokunbo

Azeez Alabi Sam Bantick Mark Bentley Rob Budd Hamilton Bunga Charlie Cobb Danny Confrey Mitch Curran Finley Dopson Sam Dulieu Freddy Eastwood Ethan Evison Jose Figura Michael Finneran Samrai Gebrai Kane Gilbert Enoch Gyimah Jason Hallett Dan Humphreys Josh Hutchinson Emmanuel Idem Lamar Johnson Tobi Joseph Max Kent Sammy Knott Martyn Lacey Rob Lacey Taylor Lawrence

Start (Sub) 0(0) 0(0) 7(1) 0(0) 2(0) 0(0) 0(0) 0(0) 0(0) 0(0) 3(2) 3(0) 0(0) 0(1) 13(1) 0(4) 6(8) 0(0) 16(2) 15(2) 9(3) 1(0) 14(0) 14(4) 3(0) 4(1) 0(0) 9(2) 0(0)

Cup

Goals 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 3 0 7 0 1 0 0 5 0 0 0 1 0

Start (Sub) 1(1) 1(0) 1(0) 0(2) 0(0) 0(1) 0(1) 5(0) 1(0) 0(1) 8(5) 3(0) 0(1) 0(0) 17(2) 3(0) 11(7) 1(0) 15(1) 15(4) 15(5) 0(0) 16(0) 15(4) 6(0) 4(1) 1(1) 9(3) 1(1)

Career Total

Total

Goals 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 4 0 10 2 1 0 0 10 0 0 0 1 1

Start (Sub) 1(1) 1(0) 8(1) 0(2) 2(0) 0(1) 0(1) 5(0) 1(0) 0(1) 11(7) 6(0) 0(1) 0(1) 30(3) 3(4) 17(15) 1(0) 31(3) 30(6) 24(8) 1(0) 30(0) 29(8) 9(0) 8(2) 1(1) 18(5) 1(1)

Goals 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 7 0 17 2 2 0 0 15 0 0 0 2 1

Start (Sub) 1(1) 1(0) 8(1) 0(4) 2(0) 0(1) 0(1) 5(0) 1(0) 0(1) 15(14) 6(0) 0(1) 25(5) 30(3) 3(4) 27(25) 1(0) 150(76) 30(6) 45(18) 1(0) 30(0) 29(8) 9(0) 8(2) 1(1) 18(5) 1(1)

Goals 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 1 0 7 0 68 2 8 0 0 15 0 0 0 2 1


2018/19 League

Albert Levett Zack Littlejohn Matt Lock Alfie Macdonald Jerome Mayhew Ryan Melaugh Ade Osifuwa Darren Phillips George Purcell Aaron Russell Alex Stephenson Charlie Sullivan Aaron Tatham Elliott Warren James White Jamie WIlliams George Woodward

Cup

Career Total

Total

Start (Sub)

Goals

Start (Sub)

Goals

Start (Sub)

Goals

Start (Sub)

Goals

17(2) 0(0) 7(2) 0(0) 0(0) 6(4) 8(0) 3(0) 5(0) 0(0) 15(0) 0(0) 0(0) 5(2) 15(0) 0(0) 7(0)

2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

13(6) 2(0) 5(1) 1(0) 0(1) 5(5) 10(2) 0(0) 8(0) 1(0) 11(2) 0(1) 1(0) 8(0) 16(0) 1(0) 0(0)

0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0

30(8) 2(0) 12(3) 1(0) 0(1) 11(9) 18(2) 3(0) 13(0) 1(0) 26(2) 0(1) 1(0) 13(2) 31(0) 1(0) 7(0)

2 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 6 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 1

33(10) 9(0) 12(3) 1(0) 0(1) 42(30) 31(3) 3(0) 13(0) 1(0) 32(2) 0(1) 1(0) 60(15) 61(1) 1(0) 7(0)

2 1 0 0 0 15 0 0 6 0 1 0 0 1 4 0 1


CLUB HISTORY CAMBRIDGE CITY Early Years The club was formed in 1908 as Cambridge Town, the direct descendant of the earlier Cambridge St Mary’s club which had folded at the end of the 1907-1908 season following a dispute with the local Cambs FA. As a torchbearer for amateur football in the days when many clubs viewed the professional game with disdain, the new club affiliated itself with the recently established Amateur Football Association rather than the local FA. Trophy success came early, with a notable victory being achieved in the International Du Nord Trophy in 1912 after beating host club Tourquennois in Northern France. Cambridge Town amalgamated with an earlier Cambridge United club in May 1914, joined the Cambs FA for the first time and in turn gained entry into the FA Cup and the FA Amateur Cup for the first time, whilst retaining their AFA links. The club’s best ever run in the Amateur Cup came in 1928 when they reached the semi Final only to lose to Leyton at Fulham’s Craven Cottage ground. The club moved to the Town Ground in Milton Road in April 1922, having previously played at Purbeck Road (19081911), the Hills Road Bridge Ground (1911-1914), Trinity College New Field

(1920-1922) and various other grounds in the period 1919 to 1920. Town v Town A rivalry developed with Ipswich Town during the late 1920’s and mid 1930. Huge crowds attended these games at Milton Road, peaking at 11,916 in 1929. Both clubs’ success in the Southern Amateur League prompted invitations to join the newly formed semi-professional Eastern Counties League in 1935. Ipswich accepted, but the Cambridge Committee declined on account of their commitment to amateur football, so the two Towns went their separate ways. Within three years Ipswich had been elected to the Football League leaving Cambridge fans wondering what might have been! Cambridge Town moved on to the Spartan League, winning three league titles between 1945 and 1950. Shortly after progression to the Athenian League, Cambridge was granted City status in 1951 and with it the club’s name change to Cambridge City Southern League Champions City finally left the amateur game in 1958 and joined the Southern League, gaining a place in the Premier Division


of the Southern League ahead of local rivals Cambridge United in their first season. City won the Premier Division in 1962/63, edging out United in an enthralling title race with the local derby at Milton Road being witnessed by over 11,500 people. The absence of automatic promotion to the Football League put a lid on City’s ambitions. Nevertheless, City were regular challengers for the title and had the highest attendances in non-league football up until the mid1960s. But City lost their way and were relegated to Southern League Division 1 in 1967/68. Promotion back to the Premier Division followed in 1969/70, but this was the same season Cambridge United were elected to the Football League. City were left to reflect that, in 12 Southern League seasons together, they had finished above their local rivals in 7 of them. Strife in the 1970s City finished Southern League runners up in 1970/71, but the latter years of the decade were dreadful. Relegation in 1975/76 saw crowds dwindle and the Club fall into decline. In 1977, Directors decided to return the Club to amateur status by joining the Isthmian League but, in scenes that would be repeated 30 years later, subsequent fans’ protests forced most of the Board to resign. The club thus remained in the Southern League. Better Times After the redevelopment of the ground

in the mid 1980’s, City gradually improved and a new generation of fans mobbed their heroes after the 1985/86 Southern League Southern Division championship was won on the last day of the season. The goal scoring exploits of Gary Grogan were instrumental in City’s recovery, according him a ‘City Legend ‘status. Since 1993, City have reached the 1st round proper of the FA Cup five times and the 2nd round once, which is a far better record than achieved by the more illustrious City sides of the 1960s. Ups and Downs Recent seasons have been a rollercoaster ride for the City faithful. City’s best season for 30 years saw them finish runners up in the inaugural Conference South season in 2004/05, going on to lose in the play-offs. Off the field the ground had been sold to pay off mounting debts and matters took a turn for the worse in 2006 when the then Board announced an agreement to allow City to be absorbed into Cambridge United. With City on the brink of extinction, supporters were galvanised into a campaign which eventually forced Directors to resign, to be replaced by members of the Cambridge City Supporters’ Trust. The opening league match of 2006/07 was arguably the most memorable since the early 1960s – not merely because City won with a stoppage time winner at Havant & Waterlooville, but because it offered irrefutable proof that that City had survived a blatant attempt to kill it off and were very much alive and


kicking. City celebrated their centenary in 2008, but were demoted at the end the 2007/08 season due to overzealously applied ground regulations. This decision ended 22 consecutive seasons in the 2nd tier of non-league football. City lost out to Gloucester City in the 2008/09 play-off. In the 2009/10 season, City won the Southern League Cup for the first time and finished one point shy of a playoff place. With the ground sold, a groundshare agreement was in place with Newmarket Town for the 2010/11 season but a last minute offer from our landlord meant that City had another season in its own stadium and celebrated by securing a place in the playoffs with a 4th place finish in the league. However, this was met with disappointment again as the team went down one nil away to Salisbury City. Another reprieve following a new deal with the landlord gave City two more seasons at Milton Road, 2011/12 and 2012/13. Once again the play-offs were reached but again an away defeat in the semi final, this time at Oxford City. This disappointment was however tempered by the news that the club has secured a site on which to build a new stadium and training complex. City ultimately missed out on a play-off spot in the 2012/13 season, but the club enjoyed a FA Cup run, with a televised first round proper home tie with MK Dons producing a fantastic night with a nil nil draw at Milton Road before losing in the replay at Stadium MK. With our lease on the stadium finally coming to an end, April 27th 2013 saw the last ever first team match at the ground before a large

crowd with mixture of tears and smiles. Adrian Cambridge had the honour of scoring the last ever goal at Milton Road in the one nil victory over Redditch United. New Era A new era for the club commenced in August 2013 starting with a groundshare at Histon FC. City once again reached the play-offs that season but once again tasted semi final defeat, this time at home to St Albans City. The 2015-16 season saw City move to share at St Ives Town FC. Manager Gary Roberts left in the summer of 2016 after 13 years at the club. His replacement Dan Gleeson had a short and ultimately unsuccessful spell in charge, former player Robbie Nightingale taking over as manager in December 2016. Robbie won his first game in charge to boost City’s hopes of avoiding the drop. City’s playing record improved culminating in five wins and a draw in their last six games but ultimately it was not enough and the club were relegated to step four for the first time in our history. Hopes of bouncing straight back were dashed when City lost in the play-off to Hartley Wintney. After three seasons at St Ives, City are now back at Histon FC whilst waiting for the new ground in Sawston to be built. In the summer of 2019 City were moved laterally to The Isthmian League, which is the first time we have competed in said league.


PLAYER PROFILES CAMBRIDGE CITY Robbie Nightingale - Manager - Cambridge born and a member of City’s youth setup in his early teens, Robbie progressed into the first team and made over 350 appearances in two spells at the club, sandwiching a few years at Histon during their climb through the leagues. He left City for Royston Town in summer 2013 before becoming manager at Soham Town Rangers in 2015. Robbie took the helm at City in December last season and nearly pulled off a miracle escape from relegation. Neil Midgley - Assistant Manager - In summer 2013 Neil was appointed as first team coach. Neil is a product of Ipswich Town’s Academy but he made his name at Barnet where he scored freely. He moved on to Kettering Town via Canvey Island. Neil had a threemonth loan spell with City in 2006 before returning to Kettering for three weeks when he made the move to City permanent. Neil has made over 300 appearances for City and is now Assistant Manager. Dave Theobald - Head Coach - Cambridge born and bred, Dave is one of the finest centre halves ever to play for

City. In six seasons he made 261 appearances and scored 39 goals. He cut his teath in management with Robbie Nightingale at Soham Town Rangers and joined City with Nightingale in 2016 as Head Coach. Another formerCanvey Island player. Jamie Head - Goalkeeper - Jamie is an experienced keeper at this level. He started his career with hometown club, Dunstable Town before switching to AFC Dunstable. He signed for City in 2014/15 season covering for long term injured Zac Barrett for 14 games. From City he then went via Hemel Hempstead and Biggleswade Town back to Dunstable Town and then again AFC Dunstable from where City signed him again in November last season. Dan George - Goalkeeper - He was first choice between the sticks at Corby Town for almost three seasons before joining City in November this season. Tom Gardiner - Defender - Tom is primarily a centre back who can also play centre midfield or right back. He is a product of Spurs Academy but his first senior football was with Hibernian


from where he joined City in 2014. After 14 impressive performances he moved on to Dartford and later St Albans, Eastbourne and Chelmsford. He re-signed for City on New Year’s Eve. Jordan Gent - Defender - Jordan originally joined City in December 2016 and soon became a fans’ favourite during the relegation battle that failed on goal difference and the following seasons run to the playoff final. Last season he moved up a level to Biggleswade Town, but returned to City in September this season. Jordan is a centre back. Yaw Ofosu - Defender - Yaw joined City in November this season from Newport Pagnell Town. He came in as cover centre back but has proved to be a very capable right back. Seb Simpson - Defender - Seb is a fullback who can put in a shift in midfield or at centre back. He joined City in November last season from Kempston Rovers. Seb’s only other club was Bedford Town. Derek Ubah - Defender - Derek is a 6ft 5in centre back. He has pace, tenacity and good heading skills. He is currently on loan from Bedford Town and previously was with Maldon & Tiptree. Mikey Davis - Defender/Midfielder Mickey was originally with City in his teens before winning a scholarship

with Grimsby Town. He wasn't kept on by the Mariners and moved on to join Haverhill Borough, his hometown side, before later switching to Haverhill Rovers. He signed for City in November '18 and can operate either as a full-back or wide midfielder. Nicki Dembele - Midfielder - Nicki joined City on New Year’s Eve. He is a free scoring left winger formerly with Waltham Forest, Metropolitan Police and Lingfield (Surrey). Joel Gyasi - Midfielder - Joel joined City in January 2019 from Bedford Town but moved to Stratford Town in the summer to play at a higher level. Unfortunately, that didn’t work and was one of a number of players released in October and re-joined City. Joel is an experienced wide midfielder with a good turn of pace and good crosser of the ball. Luke Knight - Midfielder - Luke was signed from Royston Town in October this season. He is a very experienced and competitive central midfielder. He captained St Ives Town to promotion three years ago. Isaac Maynard - Midfielder - Isaac is a silky skilled hard-working midfielder previously with Ipswich Town’s academy. He joined our development squad last season and soon became a regular in the first team squad.


Kaidyn Michael - Midfielder - Kaidyn learned his trade in Cambridge United’s Academy and Development teams. He can play anywhere across the middle of the park. Ebby Nelson-Addy - Midfielder - Ebby is a very influential, hardworking midfielder. He joined City in March 2018 from Barton Rovers. By November the following season he had become City’s leading scorer but was lured by the bright lights of Bedford Town, cutting his travelling in half. However, in December this season he decided the grass wasn’t greener and returned to City. Nathan Olukanmi - Midfielder - Nathan’s story mirrors his travelling companion Ebby (above). He joined us from Barton Rovers in November 2017, went off to Bedford before returning in December this season. Nathan is one of the fastest players in non-league football and can play on either wing. Chris Regis - Midfielder - Chris learned his midfield trade in Southampton’s Academy. When released by Saints he joined Colchester United and was a regular in their U23 team before moving on to Torquay United followed by a spell with Truro City. City signed him from Coggeshall Town in November this season. Tommy Rigby - Midfielder - Tommy is a member of City’s youth set up and

played in our Development side last season. Jarid Robson - Midfielder - Cambridge born Jarid is a goalscoring midfielder. He starred for Haverhill Borough before being snapped up by Mildenhall Town where he was spotted by Bury Town who signed him last summer. He moved over to Bury Town in November. Arel Amu - Forward - Arel is a long time target of City manager, Robbie Nightingale, and indeed put in seven days’ notice for him when he was at Dunstable Town last season but Arel joined Hemel Hempstead instead. Arel is a hardworking central striker with an eye for goal. Michael Gyasi - Forward - Joined Northampton Town at the age of nine. Two years later he joined Chelsea and then moved on to Leicester City and Stoke City. City signed him from Coggeshall Town in November this season. Ryan Sharman - Forward - Ryan originally joined City in December 2016 and soon became leading goalscorer during the relegation battle that failed on goal difference and the following seasons run to the playoff final when he scored 40 plus goals. Last summer he moved up a level to Leiston but returned to City in September this season.


ON THIS DAY

14TH JANUARY 2018 The role of the referee is undergoing its biggest evolution in many years at the moment as VAR's controversial introduction continues to create headlines for all the wrong reasons. However, say you want about Video Assistant Referee's - they'll never be able to try and boot one of the players during the match! This is exactly what French referee Tony Chapron did on this day two years ago during a Ligue 1 match between FC Nantes and Paris Saint-Germain. With the match entering injury time at the end of the second half, PSG were leading 1-0 and were looking to seal the points with a typically pacey run from Kylian MbappĂŠ. As the Nantes players attempted to get back, Brazilian defender Diego Carlos accidentally collided with referee Tony Chapron, tripping him over. Amazingly, as Chapron went down

he aimed a kick at Carlos, only to get up and show the defender a second yellow card followed by a red! Chapron was suspended by the French Football Federation the following day and subsequently banned for six months. At the end of this suspension Chapron made the decision to retire. On the incident, Chapron said "It's a pity because I finished my career on this game, on this situation. It's difficult to accept after being a referee for 1,500 matches because in the moment it was just reflex. "I'm a human and I felt a pain and I was scared. I was tired. It was not aggressive. "I just fell down, someone pushed me and as a reflex I put my foot out and said, 'Hey guy, take care!'


15. The Boring Fifties Football club programmes scarcely changed throughout the 1950’s. The decade started with advert-laden 8 or 12-page programmes, in which photographs were a rarity, and finished on the same note. For the vast majority of clubs, the format was predictable: front cover with sketch of footballer or stadium, usually with front page advertisements. Very occasionally, there would be a photograph of the stadium. There would be an editorial on page three which was often continued into other pages. This would give a review of recent matches and a preview of that day’s fixture. The text was rarely revelatory and was never controversial and was usually the work of the club secretary who felt he had better things to do with his time than compile a match programme that would be bought by a small percentage of spectators. There would be an introduction to the visitors, usually comprising pen pictures; match reports of recent first team and reserve games, sometimes including narrative, otherwise just team selections. Half time scoreboard, league tables, fixtures and results for first and second team matches, and not a great deal more interrupted the flow of advertisements. The team selections would invariably be in 2-3-5 formation on the centre pages, surrounded by small advertisements. This format was not only widespread, but it was enduring. Sheffield Wednesday is-

sued only 8-page programmes in 1950 and were still doing so 10 years later. Further down the Leagues, Bournemouth issued an 8-page programme for 3rd in 1955/56 season, and 7 years later, a practically identical 8-page programme was issued, with the same cover design. There was one difference - it now cost 4d. The contrast between these programmes of between 40 and 50 years ago, and today’s glossy magazines could not be starker. There were no policy statements from managers or chairmen; few features on star players; no coverage of commercial activities (for there were none) and photographs were few and far between. As a snapshot of the society in which the club was placed, however, 1950’s programmes paint an instructive picture thanks to the mass of advertisements and occasional editorial nuance. The omni-present theatre advertisement, listing the current show, which characterised most pre-war programmes was replaced by billings for the many cinemas in the towns and cities of Britain. Local breweries were prominent advertisers, as were the major industries of the locality. In pre-supermarket, chain-store and DIY superstore days, the multitude of small trader advertisements shows a very different local economy to the one we know today. For more information and advice on programmes and programme collecting, please visit www.pmfc.co.uk.


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Canvey Island v Cambridge City - Tuesday 14th January 2020  

Programme for the Canvey Island v Cambridge City match in the BetVictor Isthmian League North at Park Lane on Tuesday 14th January 2020.

Canvey Island v Cambridge City - Tuesday 14th January 2020  

Programme for the Canvey Island v Cambridge City match in the BetVictor Isthmian League North at Park Lane on Tuesday 14th January 2020.