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HASTINGS UNITED FOOTBALL CLUB DIRECTORS, MANAGEMENT & OFFICIALS

DIRECTORS

FOOTBALL MANAGEMENT

Chairman / Director David Nessling Director Tony Cosens Director Pat McCrossan Director Peter Sherlock Director Dave Ormerod Director Kevin Martin Director Jo Nesbit Non-Executive Director Daren Burney

Director of Football First Team Manager First Team Assistant Manager First Team Goalkeeping Coach First Team Sports Therapist First Team Opposition Scout First Team Coordinator/Kit Man First Team Chiropractor First Team Video Analysts

OFFICIALS

Dean White Chris Agutter Andrew Brown John McCrae Steve Hedges Ben Cornelius Dane Martin Stuart Soffe Liam Jefferson/ Joe Stewart Development Squad Manager Andrew Brown Development Squad Asst Manager Steve Sands

Club President Secretary/ Treasurer Commercial Team: Commercial Director Events & Fundraising Director Commercial Manager

Dave Ormerod Tony Cosens

Programme Editor Press Officer/Web Admin Public Address

Paul Hoggard Kirsty Thompson Eddie Denyer / Pat McCrossan Steph McCrossan Scott White David Russell Ged Clout & Sue Gallop

Match Day Liaison Officer Club Photographer Health & Safety Officer Club Shop Managers HUSSC Fundraising & Events Coordinator Pilot Bar Manager Boardroom Manager Kit/Laundry Manager Groundsman

CLUB HONOURS

Kevin Martin Jo Nesbit Hayley Clout

Jo Nesbit Sam Smith June Barry Kath Ward Simon Rudkins Club Formed 1901

Southern League Southern Division Champions 1991/92 Eastern Division Champions 2001/02 Southern League Cup Winners 1995 Runners-Up 2000 Ryman League Division One South Play-Off Final Winners 2006/07 Play-Off Semi-Final 2013/2014 2016/2017 Sussex Senior Cup Winners 1936, 1938, 1996, 1998

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CLUB DETAILS Co Name: Hastings United Football Club Limited The Pilot Field Elphinstone Rd Hastings TN34 2AX Private Limited Company: Incorporated 24/9/1997 Company Registration Number: 03441850 Registered office address: 36 Cambridge Road Hastings East Sussex TN34 1DU

Ownership - Major shareholders: Bohemia Hastings LLP: 38.79% D.G. Ormerod: 38.79% - D.S. Nessling: 16.86%. Telephone 01424 444635 Email club@hastingsunited.com Website www.hastingsunited.com Members of: The Isthmian Football League The Sussex County Football Association The National League U/19 Alliance

LIFE MEMBERS Les Britton Peter Eastman David Harding David Nessling Dave Ormerod Charles Pilbeam Tony Cosens

Sussex RUR Cup Runners Up 1980 Sussex County League Runners Up 1922, 1926 Division 2 Winners 1980 Division 2 Runners Up 1960 Sussex County Cup Winners 1981 Sussex County Division 2 Cup Winners 1980 AFA Senior Cup Winners 1938 Kent Mid-Week League Winners 1995

VICE PRESIDENTS C Barrow J Downton A Keen

Kent League Division 2 Winners 1996 Cup Winners 1997 Sussex Intermediate Cup Winners 1933, 1992 Gilbert Rice Floodlit Cup Winners 1990 FA Cup Third Round Proper 2012/2013 Bostik U23 Development League League Cup Winners 2017/18

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WELCOME Good afternoon all. Welcome to the Pilot Field for today’s exciting FA Cup 1st Qualifying Round encounter against Kingstonian FC. We extend a warm welcome to the officials, players and supporters of today’s visitors. We hope they enjoy their brief visit to Hastings, albeit it brings them to the end of their FA Cup journey, and wish them a safe trip back up to Kingston upon Thames. A similar welcome is extended to today’s three match officials, Alexander, Christopher and Mark. Following our impressive 3-0 home win, last Saturday, over Phoenix Sports, I’m sure all the boys in the first team squad are eager and confident to continue the winning run in this afternoon’s FA Cup tie! 5 wins from 5 has certainly given us an excellent early platform to build momentum from, with U’s striker, Daniel Ajakaiye, netting 9 goals from 5 starts, an excellent strike rate at any level. He currently sits one goal clear, at the top of the Bostik SE goalscorers table. Kingstonian have opened their Bostik Premier season with just the one win from five league encounters. That being a 1-0 home result on August Bank Holiday Monday against Corinthian-Casuals. Elliott Buchanan scoring the all-important winning goal in the 76th minute. Last Saturday they returned pointless from another Sussex coast trip, this time to the west of the county, following a 3-1 defeat at the hands of high-flying Bognor Regis Town. Elliott once again netting for the K’s. Today though, both teams put their regular league accomplishments to one side, to battle out for a place in the next round of this money-spinning, and as we know, often magical, FA Challenge Cup. Once again, thank you all for your support today, it makes a huge contribution to a positive team spirit. I hope you enjoy the match. Let’s keep the FA Cup dream alive boys! ... COYU’s

Paul Paul Hoggard Programme Production Editor

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MANAGER’S NOTES

Chris Agutter

Good afternoon everyone. Another big big welcome to our HUFC support once again. Three great home wins to date, 5-1 vs Thamesmead Town, 3-2 vs VCD Athletic and last Saturday’s ‘season-best’ performance to date, which saw us beat Phoenix Sports 3-0. Fingers crossed for another positive performance today against Kingstonian!

Rest assured we are not resting on our laurels ...... on Tuesday night we worked harder than we have all pre-season ......

A second welcome to the Pilot Field goes to Leigh Dynan, Paul Dale and everyone associated with Kingstonian. Paul I know particularly well from the ‘football coaching circuit’ and he’s one of the good guys in non-league football, a top top coach and most importantly a great human being who I wish ever success to (apart from today). 5 wins from 5, 3 average performances, 1 decent and 1 exceptional - happily we are on an upward curve on the performance front. Genuinely I feel the 3-0 win against Phoenix Sports was the best of my tenure to date, the only negative was that the scoreline didn’t do the performance justice! Rest assured we are not resting on our laurels ....... on Tuesday night we worked harder than we have all pre-season, so much so that an onlooker referred to us as ‘animals’ - and the best part of this is the fact that myself and the staff are not having to shout, scream and demand effort from the group - it’s automatic. The hardwork is almost treated as a privilege ..... a great start, somebody said the best start the club has had in years ..... but as I said to the players it’s a start and only a start ...... with still a middle and end to be played out!! COYU’s......WinnersDoMore......WeWorkOurWay

Chris

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Bostik League Division One South East

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AVERAGE ATTENDANCES

LEADING LEAGUE GOALSCORERS

@ 3 September 2018

@ 3 September 2018

Team Guernsey HASTINGS UNITED Ashford United Whitstable Town Hythe Town Ramsgate Faversham Town Cray Wanderers Herne Bay Horsham Sevenoaks Town Whyteleafe Sittingbourne Three Bridges Thamesmead Town East Grinstead Town Greenwich Borough Haywards Heath Town VCD Athletic Phoenix Sports

Average 578 398 386 273 268 238 234 224 222 217 214 171 148 147 133 118 110 110 107 100

PLAYER

Daniel Ajakaiye Eddie-Louis Dsane Zak Andy Ansah Jeff Opoku Duah-Kessie Rory Smith Charlie MacDonald Thomas Loynes Kweku Katabra Ansah Nassim Dukali Harry Goodger Michael Power Ira Alexander Jackson Dayshonne Golding

TOTAL CLUB

8 7 6 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2

HASTINGS UNITED Whyteleafe Hythe Town Phoenix Sports Ramsgate VCD Athletic Sittingbourne Phoenix Sports Thamesmead Town Faversham Town Cray Wanderers Sittingbourne Town HASTINGS UNITED

LEADING U’S GOALSCORERS - All Competitions Daniel Ajakaiye Dayshonne Golding Sam Cruttwell

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HAYLEY CLOUT COMMERCIAL MANAGER

Good afternoon everyone. Welcome back to the Pilot Field for an exciting FA Cup game where Chris, his staff and the players will be hoping and confident, after a great 3-0 home win against Phoenix Sports last Saturday, to make it 6 wins out of 6. I would like to welcome and thank our Match Sponsor to today's game, Country Furniture Barns who are based in Wadhurst and sell high quality furniture for every home. They are also one of our Diamond Scheme Business Partners and we thank them for their continued support. We hope Paul, Kelly, Cameron, Erinna and Lily enjoy their day with us.

Phil and Barbara sell programmes and 50/50 tickets on a matchday and also help us out around the ground in the summer as well as with various other events we have throughout the season. We thank them for their continued support and hard work and we hope they enjoy their day with us celebrating Phil's belated 70th Birthday! Enjoy the game ...

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I would also like to welcome and thank our Matchball Sponsors to today's game, Phil and Barbara Glazier who have been loyal supporters and involved with the Club for many many years. For details of commercial opportunities please visit our website or alternatively please call me on: 07766 825573 or email: hayley.clout@hastingsunited.com

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GUT FEELING Simon Stoddart A light hearted and serious look at football (not necessarily just football) at all levels, those who play, those who administrate and those of us who follow our various teams in this vast, lop sided pyramid of the game. At all times, views expressed are mine.

PHOENIX SPORTS Well, well done to all concerned. Phoenix Sports came here with an identical record to the U's, p4, w4 and ended up being seen off pretty comprehensively with that man Ajakaiye grabbing another two goals. His second – that turn and finish – something else, eh? Obviously far too early to draw any conclusions, let's see where we are in a couple of months, but there is nothing wrong with a good start. The clean sheet must have pleased the boss as much as anything.

STEVE WATT Hum drum 18 months or so for our ex assistant boss. Leaves here in October 16 for the job at Margate who he is reorganising nicely after relegation from National South – then it's back to his old outfit at Maidstone in the top National league as assistant to Jay Saunders – and last weekend he's in charge for their trek all the way up to Gateshead after Saunders, out of the blue, calls it a day. Must have been a quiet drive home after losing to an 89th minute goal. All that way .......... Good luck to him anyway.

IT'S ONLY NON-LEAGUE....... cont'd

had to cover Southern Prem distance wise 20 odd years ago and at long last, the FA has tackled that by creating a new division at step 3 so that the area that was covered by three divisions is now covered by four. Much more like it. Tinkering. Lots of it. Too much of it. Making things over complicated and creating needless anomalies and treating clubs unfairly. All of these have been thrown into the pot. Start off with step 3. We now have four divisions feeding into step 2 (National South / North). Relegation and promotion should be dead easy – four down from each of the National divisions, two up from each of the step 3 divisions = 8 down, 8 up. Yea right. What does the FA come up with? 3 down from the two National divisions results in 6 clubs to be promoted from four step 3 divisions – a mathematical shambles on a par with the equivalent shambles from step 4 up to step 3 which has been ranted and raved on about in this column already – and will be again. The step 3 sides finishing top go up as champions – the play off winners will, er, play off again to get the additional two promoted clubs. It will be a one leg affair with home advantage to whoever has the best points per game over the season. All totally needless if common sense had applied as per the previous paragraph. 8 down, 8 up. Points per game? PPG the new “football formula”? That crept in last season and was used to decide the final automatic promotion place from step 4 to step 3. And it will be used again at the end of this season for the step 3 second stage play offs (!) and at step 4 level where United are. If what I read in the NLP is correct, five play off winners at step 4 will go up, two will miss out – this being based on the PPG formula.

This will run and run. The FA's shambolic reorganisation of semi-pro football, the implications of which became very apparent last season when the structure of the game was tinkered with as never before. Teams avoiding relegation who shouldn't have done, teams going up who shouldn't have etc etc ........ The overall aim is actually a laudable one – step 3 (that's the level above United's current status) really needed sorting out – and has done for many years. Three divisions at that level, Southern Prem, Northern Prem and Isthmian Prem, covered far too big an area – the travelling for part time clubs and players and supporters was on occasions, beyond belief. Especially for the Southern and Northern Prems. I illustrated in the previous GF what Hastings Town

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2004-2005, United at what was then Kingstonian's Kingsmeadow ground that they shared with with AFC Wimbledon who were climbing back up the leagues. Above is Ryan Peters in the U's game away to Wimbledon. Decent performance but we lost 3-1 to the Ryman South champions to be. Kingstonian now share with Corinthian Casuals, AFC Wimbledon still play at Kingsmeadow which they have sold to Chelsea while plans are underway for AFC to return to Plough Lane.


Chart of the 2018-2019 semi-pro structure from step 1 to step 4 - handy to refer to while enduring my rant and rave on the big re-org! And we will know as the season comes to an end, who has the best PPG. Last season's GF presented the PPG scenario as it unfolded in the last weeks. Play offs feature sides finishing 2nd to 5th. Now you create a PPG “mini league” of seven clubs who have finished 5th in their respective divisions – the clubs finishing in the bottom two places of that mini league will know that even if they win their play-offs, they can't go up because of their inferior PPG tally! Only 5 clubs can go up via the play offs – as per yet another mini league of the 7 play off winners, the winners with the two worst PPG tally will, um, win nothing. They won't go up. Now, I am 100% anti play off anyway – but tell me how that can be right? Never mind, (as that final box is ticked at FA HQ) “It's only Non-League”.......

NON-LEAGUE PAPER It's a good paper, I get it every weekend. And it should be ranting and raving continually about the FA's convoluted reorganisation of the game it reports on.

Twitter update on the Rodari rehab. Coming along well!

PPG PPG – points per game – daft really. We already have that - as in whoever finishes the season with the best PPG finishes top of their league and wins it, goes up etc etc with the odd allowance made here and there for goal difference when necessary. We could use that same formula for runners up and scrap the play offs altogether! That way – revolutionary thinking here – the two best sides over 38-40-42 games get promoted! Just an idea .........

EFL 2 – AS YOU WERE And while the semi pro game (I use “Non-league” occasionally for illustrative purposes – I detest the expression as much as ever) goes through unbelievably complex upheaval, as you were in the EFL 2 comfort zone. The National League is a decent competition yet we still have this daft arrangement of 2 up, 2 down between the two leagues. The FA continues to do nothing.

6K Yes. £6000 awaits today's winners plus that tension on Monday to see who awaits in the next round. Kingstonian haven't started well – we have – but that's a big gap between Bostik SE and Bostik Premier. Today is a big test. Be lucky, U's.

Sevenoaks away recently, final whistle just blown and a nice touch by ex-United keeper Ryan Nicholls going along the line-up of U's supporters shaking mitts.

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TODAY’S VISITORS The Kingstonian club came into being in 1919 as a result of the merger between Kingston Town FC and Old Kingstonians FC. However, the club can trace its origins even further back and celebrated its centenary in 1985; the reason for this is that one of its forerunners, Kingston & Surbiton YMCA FC played its first match on a ground in Bushy Park in 1885.

KINGSTONIAN FC Previous Grounds: • Several (1885-1921) • Richmond Road (1921-1989) • Kingsmeadow (1989-2017) • Fetcham Grove, Leatherhead (2017-18 ) • King George's Field, Tolworth (2018-)

Record Attendance:

Kingstonian FC Limited

• 8,760 v Dulwich Hamlet (Richmond Road 1933) • 4,582 v Chelsea (Kingsmeadow 1995)

Nickname: The K's

Record Goalscorer:

Formed: 1885

295 Johnny Whing (1948-62)

Club Colours:

Record Appearances:

Red & White hooped shirts, black shorts and socks

555 Micky Preston (1967-85)

Registered Name:

Record Victory: 15-1 v Delft (1951)

Change Colours:

Yellow shirts, blue shorts, blue socks

Record Defeat: 0-11 v Ilford (1937)

Previous Leagues:

Record Fee Paid: £18,000 David Leworthy (Rushden and Diamonds 1997)

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Kingston and District (1896-1898) East & West Surrey League (1898-1905) London League (1903-1904) West Surrey League (1905-1909) Southern Suburban League (1909-1914) Athenian League (1919-1929) Isthmian League (1929-1998) Football Conference (1998-2001) Isthmian League (2001-)

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Kingston & Surbiton YMCA (1885-1887) Saxons (1887-1890) Kingston Wanderers (1890-1893) Kingston-on-Thames (1893-1919) [Old Kingstonians (1908-1919)] Kingstonian (1919- )

Record Fee Received: £150,000 Gavin Holligan (West Ham United 1998)

Best League Position: Football Conference 5th Place (2000)

Best FA Cup Season: Fourth Round Replay (2001)

Best FA Trophy Season: Winners (1999, 2000)

Best FA Amateur Cup: Winners (1933)


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PLAYER PROFILES Scott Day

Toby Ajala

Defender Age: 26 Toby joined Kingstonian in February 2018 from Harlow Town. He started his career with Ilford and joined Bristol City in the 2012-13 season. He made two appearances for the Robins and subsequently had loan spells with AFC Wimbledon and Cheltenham Town before joining Welling United in January ‘14. Since then, he has had spells with Torquay United, Dover Athletic, Gateshead, Dartford and Thamesmead Town before his move to Harlow in November 2017.

Tommy Brewer Midfield/Defender Age: 25 A tall commanding player equally effective either in defence or midfield who shows great composure for his age. Good in the air, comfortable on the ball with a good passing range, and should prove an integral part of our side this season. Was spotted last season at Herne Bay from where he joined us and looks to be an excellent acquisition. Elliott Buchanan

Forward Age: 28 Elliott is another who has joined the K’s in the summer of 2018 from Staines Town. In the 17-18 season, he was the Golden Boot winner, having scored 39 league goals for the Swans. He has extensive experience in higher divisions, having played for the likes of Hayes & Yeading Utd, Newport County, St Albans City, Bishop’s Stortford and Chelmsford City before his move for his second spell at Wheatsheaf Park.

Leo Chambers Defender Age: 23 Leo first joined the club on loan during the 2016-17 season from Billericay Town, and then went on to make the move permanent during the summer. Leo began his career in the youth ranks of West Ham United, signing a professional contract in August 2012. He made three appearances for the Hammers and then six whilst on loan with Colchester United in February 2016. At the beginning of the 2016-17 season, Leo moved to the New Lodge before joining the K’s for his loan spell in January 2018. Greg Cundle Forward Age: 21 Greg originally signed for Kingstonian in the 2017-18 season on loan from Gillingham but made the move a permanent one in the summer. Greg is a product of the Gills’ youth-set up and signed pro forms with the club in 2015. He made six appearances for Gillingham, scoring once, and has had loan experience with East Grinstead Town, Tilbury, Margate, Billericay Town and Bishop’s Stortford.

Midfielder Age: 30 Scott is a player who can play almost anywhere on the park, and has worked before with K’s manager Leigh Dynan at both Farnborough and Whyteleafe. A former Walton Casuals man as well, Scott was both Managers’ and Supporters’ Player of the Year in 201718 for the ‘Leafe and joined Kingstonian in the summer of 2018.

Muhammadu Faal

Forward Age: 21 Mo originally joined the K’s in April 2018 from Dulwich Hamlet, and made an immediate positive impact, scoring seven goals. The K’s then signed him on a permanent basis during the summer. Mo is an exciting, quick and tall forward who originally started his career with Italian club L’Aquila. He made seven appearances in Serie D for the Rossoblu in 2016-17, leaving for Dulwich Hamlet at the beginning of the 17-18 season.

Jay Gasson

Defender Age: 33 A very experienced centre back, Jay joined the K’s in the summer of 2018 from Metropolitan Police. Jay has played most of his career in the National League South and above with the likes of Farnborough Town, Woking, Havant & Waterlooville, Basingstoke Town and Hampton & Richmond Boro and last season was the Supporters’ Player of the Year for Met Police.

Manolis Gogonas Defender/Midfielder Age: 22 Mano joined the club in the summer of 2017 from Windsor, and went on to become the only outfield player to stay at Kingstonian for the whole of the season, finishing second in the voting for Supporters’ Club Player of the Year. He began his career in Greece with Asteras Tripolis and then Panakadikos before moving to England. Hassan Ibrahiym Midfielder Age: 24 A hard-working central midfielder, Hassan played for Whyteleafe in the 2017-18 season, and impressed K’s manager Leigh Dynan enough in the summer of 2018 for him to sign on Bostik League forms for the 201819 season. Aaron Lamont

Midfielder Age: 22 A former Queen’s Park Rangers junior, Aaron is a very popular central midfield player, and he returned to the K’s in the summer of 2018 after a season in the National League South with Truro City. Aaron originally joined the K’s in 2016-17 from Hampton and Richmond Borough and made a positive impact on the squad before his move down to Cornwall.

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Shaun Lucien

Midfielder Age: 26 Shaun is a speedy and exciting midfielder who joined the K’s in the summer of 2018 from St Albans City, though he did begin pre-season with Hampton and Richmond Borough. He played for the Saints for three years, and before that he was at Brentford, Hampton, Uxbridge, Harrow Borough and Wealdstone. In the summer of 2018, he played for the hosts Barawa in the recent ConIFA World Cup that was held in London, scoring twice in their opening game.

Shaun McAuley Midfielder Age: 31 Back for his second spell with Kingstonian, Shaun originally joined the K’s in February 2017 on loan from Oxford City, going on to make 13 appearances. In the summer of 2017 he moved up to the National League South and played a big part in Hampton and Richmond Borough’s run to the play-off final. Before his time with Oxford City, Shaun has also played for Eastleigh, Hayes & Yeading United and Basingstoke Town. Freddy Moncur

Midfielder Age: 22 Son of former Tottenham, Swindon and West Ham player John, Freddy signed for Kingstonian in the summer of 2018 from Wingate & Finchley. A product of the West Ham United youth system, he joined Leyton Orient in 2015, making nine appearances for them. He then had loan spells with Wingate and Finchley (scoring on debut against Kingstonian!) and Bishop’s Stortford, before leaving Leyton Orient in February 2018 and joining Wingate & Finchley on a permanent basis.

Andrew Musungu Defender Age: 24 Andrew was one of Leigh Dynan’s first signings for Kingstonian as both made the move from Whyteleafe. A full back who likes to go forward and help the attack, Andrew started out as a Chelsea junior before playing for Stoke City’s under 21s. A subsequent move to Hayes and Yeading United and a short spell with FC Oborishte Panagyurishte in Bulgaria led to Andrew joining Whyteleafe in 2016, moving to Kingstonian in October 2017. Matt Saunders

Midfielder Age: 28 Matt signed for Kingstonian in the summer of 2018 from Hemel Hempstead Town. He started his career with Fulham, but went on to play 41 times in the Football League for Dagenham and Redbridge. Since then, he has had spells with Dover Athletic and Aldershot Town in the National League before his move to Hemel Hempstead

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Louie Theophanous Forward Age: 26 Another K’s man back for his second spell with the club, Louie originally joined on loan from Billericay Town in January 2018 before moving to Woking when the New Lodge club released him. When the season ended, the K’s managed to snap him up on a permanent basis. Louie has extensive experience at National League South level with the likes of Chelmsford City, Farnborough, Staines Town (where he won the Conference South Golden Boot in 2013-14) and Bromley. Rob Tolfrey Goalkeeper Age: 31 Undeniably a Kingstonian legend, Rob holds the record for the most appearances made in goal for the K’s. Rob started his career with Crawley Town before spending one season with Whyteleafe and then securing a move to Horsham. In 2009, Rob moved to Kingstonian and has been the K’s number one ever since. Supporters’ Player of the Year on a number of occasions, including last season, Rob was recipient of a testimonial match against AFC Wimbledon in 2015. Ugo Udoji Defender Age: 29 Joined the K’s in the summer of 2018 from Eastbourne Borough, though he spent the second half of last season on loan with Staines Town. Ugo began the 2017-18 season with Maldon and Tiptree, but he has two National League South championship winners’ medals with both Bromley and Salisbury City. Ugo has also played for the likes of Tonbridge Angels, Ebbsfleet United and Havant & Waterlooville. Josh Webb Defender Age: 28 Josh, the son of former Nottingham Forest and England midfielder Neil Webb, joined the K’s in the summer of 2018 from Staines Town. He started his career with Reading and has also played for Weymouth, Farnborough, Eastleigh, Basingstoke Town, Walton and Hersham, Hungerford Town and Harrow Borough, from where he joined Staines Town in July 2017. Reece Williams-Bowers Forward Age: 19 Reece joined from Leatherhead in the summer of 2018. A former AFC Wimbledon junior, Reece joined Lewes in 2017 and then quickly returned to Surrey to play for Molesey. At the beginning of the 2017-18 season, Reece moved to Fetcham Grove and scored twice for the Tanners in their 2-0 win in the Surrey Senior Cup against the K’s in February 2018. Freddy Yao Midfielder Age: 20 Cote d’Ivoire-born Freddy joined Kingstonian in the 2017-18 from Burnley’s Under-23 squad. He began his career with Millwall, then had a spell with Fulham before completing a scholarship with Stoke City. From there, he moved to Burnley in March 2016, leaving the Turf Moor club for Kingstonian in January 2018.


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BOSTIK LEAGUE SOUTH EAST DIVISION TABLE 2018/19 @ 3 SEPTEMBER 2018 Pos Team P HW HD 1 HASTINGS UNITED 4 2 0 2 Cray Wanderers 4 2 0 3 Whyteleafe 4 2 0 4 VCD Athletic 4 2 0 5 Ashford United 4 2 0 6 Phoenix Sports 4 2 0 7 Hythe Town 4 1 1 8 Faversham Town 4 1 1 9 Guernsey 4 1 0 10 Sittingbourne 4 1 0 11 Ramsgate 4 1 0 12 Haywards Heath T 3 0 0 13 Horsham 4 0 0 14 Whitstable Town 3 1 0 15 Thamesmead Town 4 1 0 16 Greenwich Borough 4 0 0 17 Herne Bay 4 0 0 18 Sevenoaks Town 3 0 0 19 Three Bridges 3 0 0 20 East Grinstead Town 4 0 0

HL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 2 2 0 1 2 2 2 1 2

HF 8 4 6 4 5 6 5 4 2 4 6 0 5 1 6 1 1 3 0 2

HA 1 0 2 2 1 2 2 2 4 4 4 2 7 0 6 5 3 5 5 6

AW 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

AD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0

AL 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 0 1 2 2 1 0 1 2 2

AF 6 5 4 3 3 3 2 2 6 6 2 5 3 1 1 4 3 1 3 0

AA 4 0 1 1 1 4 3 3 3 6 4 4 4 6 6 5 3 3 7 5

+/9 9 7 4 6 3 2 1 1 0 0 -1 -3 -4 -5 -5 -2 -4 -9 -9

Pts Home Att Away Att 12 12 12 12 9 9 3-0 W 393 7 7 6 6 3 3-2 W 217 3 3 3 3 5-1 W 404 3 2 0 3-2 W 262 0 0

HUFC PLAYER APPEARANCES & GOALSCORERS 2018/19 @ 3 SEPTEMBER 2018 STARTS PLAYER

SEASON CAREER SUB TOTAL GOALS APPS GOALS

Sam Adams

1

1

2

1

Daniel Ajakaiye

5

-

5

9

485 123 8

STARTS PLAYER

SEASON CAREER SUB TOTAL GOALS APPS GOALS

Emmanuel Mensah

2

2

4

-

4

-

10

Kelvin Ogboe

5

-

5

-

5

-

Sam Beale

5

-

5

-

43

2

James Pool

-

-

-

-

-

-

Sinnkaye Christie

2

-

2

-

16

2

Davide Rodari

-

-

-

-

50

17

Tom Climpson

2

1

3

-

40

1

Louis Rogers (GK)

-

-

-

-

2

-

Sam Cruttwell

4

1

5

2

223 16

Alex Smith

-

-

-

-

-

-

Jack Dixon

3

1

4

1

166 10

Tom Vickers

2

2

4

-

106

6

Sonny Dullaway

-

3

3

-

22

1

Antonio Walker

1

3

4

1

24

2

Jamie Fielding

1

1

2

-

10

1

Opposition Own Goals

Dayshonne Golding

5

-

5

2

36

9

DEPARTED PLAYERS

Charlie Horlock (GK) 5

-

5

-

49

-

J Howlett-Mundle

5

-

5

-

5

-

Ansu Janneh

2

-

2

-

39

5

Adam Lovatt

5

-

5

-

38

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KINGSTONIAN FC FIRST TEAM MANAGEMENT PROFILES Leigh Dynan Manager

Paul Dale

Leigh began his footballing career with West Ham United, however injury forced his retirement in the pro ranks, and he began a lengthy non-league career with Fisher Athletic before playing for Carshalton Athletic, Cobham, Walton Casuals for two spells and Leyton before becoming Cobham manager in 2010. He then became Farnborough reserve team manager in 2011 and was promoted to assistant manager in 2012. In 2016 after his successful time at Cherrywood Road, he moved to Whyteleafe before joining the K’s in October 2017.

Paul, a qualified UEFA A-Licence coach, joined the K’s in the summer of 2018, having most recently been the joint manager of Whyteleafe. A former Army captain, Paul has been an integral part of the Army’s football success in recent seasons, and also was an influential factor as assistant manager of Tooting and Mitcham United when they won the London Senior Cup and Isthmian League South titles in 2016-17. Last season, he led Aldershot Town U19s to league success and the Army’s U23s to their third Inter Services Championship.

Assistant Manager

KINGSTONIAN FC MAIN CUP COMPETITIONS - HONOURS LIST FA Cup Fourth Round Proper 2001 Lost 1-0 at home vs Bristol City in a 4th Round Replay match to an 88th minute goal Att: 3,341 FA Cup Second Round Proper 1995, 1996, 1999 FA Cup First Round Proper 1927, 1931, 1933, 1934, 1993, 2000 FA Trophy Winners 1999, 2000 FA Amateur Cup Winners 1933 FA Amateur Cup Finalists 1960 FA Amateur Cup Semi-Finalists 1932, 1956, 1964 Football Conference League Cup Finalists 2000, 2001

KINGSTONIAN FC PREVIOUS MEETINGS WITH THE U’s Our first meeting with Kingstonian took place whilst we were still Hastings and St. Leonards when we travelled to them on Saturday, 25th February, 1939 in the third round of the F.A. Amateur Cup where we lost 0-4. There was then an interval of over sixty-three years until we met again when we, by then Hastings Town, entertained the K’s here for a pre-season match on Saturday, 3rd August, 2002 which they won 2-1 with goals from Donaldson and Mark Jones before a crowd of 203 who saw our lone reply netted by Ellis Remy.

MOST RECENT LEAGUE MEETINGS Monday 8 April 2013 Ryman Premier

Kingstonian

0–1

Hastings United

Att 245

Scorer: Danny Ellis

Saturday 27 April 2013 Ryman Premier

Hastings United 1 – 0 Scorer: Alassane N’Diaye

Att 511

Kingstonian

Hastings United’s overall Ryman Isthmian League record from four seasons in the Premier Division and two in the First Division against Kingstonian being:

Away Home

P 6 6

W 2 3

D 2 2

L 2 1

GF 6 9

GA 8 6

Overall

12

5

4

3

15

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ON THIS DAY

SATURDAY 8TH SEPTEMBER 1888 Ironically, this being an F.A. Cup tie, we kick-off today by wishing a Happy Birthday to our friends the Football League who are celebrating 130 years of operation which is the oldest such competition in the world and whose first version ran from the autumn of 1888 until the spring of 1889. Indeed that season began on Saturday, 8th September, 1888 with twelve member clubs all from the Midlands and North namely Accrington, Aston Villa, Blackburn Rovers, Bolton Wanderers, Burnley, Derby County, Everton, Notts County, Preston North End, Stoke, West Bromwich Albion and Wolverhampton Wanderers albeit only ten of the twelve took part in the first round of fixtures the Blackburn and Notts County game being played at a later date. When the league began there was no agreed method to determine the Champions with the thinking that it would be only one point for a win. However, a number of draws caused a re-think and the one and two point system was introduced but not until the ninth week of the season, the first recognisable table being drawn up after the round of matches on 3rd November. Using modern standards Derby would have been top after a 6-3 victory at Bolton just ahead of Preston who defeated Burnley 5-2 while W.B.A. were 2-0 victors at Stoke just bettering Everton’s 2-1 defeat of Accrington. Aston Villa defender Gershom Cox was thought to have scored the first ever goal with an unfortunate own goal in a 1-1 draw with Wolves; Preston’s Fred Dewhurst scoring the first positive. However, post match comparisons of actual kick-off times show most games were delayed to allow the crowds entry; thus a goal two minutes into their game with Derby, at 3.47 p.m., by England and Bolton winger Kenny Davenport was scored comfortably before any other and is now regarded as the first ever football league goal. In context the F.A. Cup competition entries that season had reached a then record 149 – less than a quarter of today’s number – and the first qualifying round ties would not take place until Saturday, 6th October: The only Sussex entrants were Lancing (School) Old Boys and the Old Brightonians. The first Hastings & St. Leonards club (not a predecessor of us) was the first local entrant in the competition but not until season 1901/02 while a Kingston-on-Thames club entered in 1906.

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HASTINGS UNITED FOOTBALL CLUB POLICIES

Customer Charter Full details of our Customer Charter are available at our website: www.hastingsunited.com. These include our policy on ticket and pricing, abandoned matches and our involvement in the Hastings Community.

Health & Safety Hastings United Football Club takes seriously your health and safety during your visit to the Pilot Field.

The Club Believes Customer Care starts on the inside, with a good team of staff and work ethic. Most of our staff are volunteers but The Club expect our staff to always do their best.

Please note that the officers and stewards of Hastings United Football Club will enforce Ground Regulations. A copy of these Regulations is posted at the entrance to each turnstile and within the ground on the wall next to the food bar.

Our staff should remain courteous even in difficult situations. The Club and its staff know they are offering a service and that they would like every customer to return.

Please note that the following are offences under the Football (Offences) Act 1991, as amended: the throwing of any object within the ground without lawful authority or excuse, the chanting of anything of an indecent or racist nature: the entry onto the playing area or any adjacent area to which spectators are not generally admitted without lawful authority or excuse.

We believe that people come first when offering a service.

Under the Sporting Events (Control of Alcohol etc.) Act 1985, the following are offences for which a person can be arrested by a police officer: attempting to enter the ground or being inside the ground whilst drunk: being in possession of any intoxicating liquor, or bottle, can or other portable container which could cause damage or personal injury when entering the ground.

We expect our staff to be friendly and helpful and to know their job or be able to call upon someone who is able to respond to the needs of our customers. We expect our staff to give their full attention to a customer in any situation that arises.

In Addition We expect our staff and volunteers to care about their job as this will ensure they care about our customers. We expect our staff and volunteers to treat every customer as they would like to be treated themselves. We in return expect our customers to treat our volunteers and staff with respect and The Club will not tolerate any physical or verbal abused aimed at them.

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