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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 Physio/Therapist First Team Opposition Scout First Team Coordinator/Kit Man First Team Sports Therapist First Team Chiropractor First Team Video Analysts

OFFICIALS

Dean White Chris Agutter Andrew Brown John McCrae Steve Hedges Ben Cornelius Dane Martin Paige Wise Stuart Soffe Liam Jefferson/ Joe Stewart Development Squad Manager Andrew Brown Dave Ormerod Development Squad Asst Manager Steve Sands Tony Cosens CLUB DETAILS

Club President Club Secretary/ Treasurer Commercial Team: Commercial Director Kevin Martin Events & Fundraising Director Jo Nesbit Commercial Manager Hayley Clout Programme Editor Press Officer/Web Admin Public Address 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

Paul Hoggard Kirsty Thompson Eddie Denyer / Pat McCrossan Steph McCrossan Scott White David Russell Ged Clout & Sue Gallop Jo Nesbit Sam Smith June Barry Kath Ward Simon Rudkins

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

Club Formed 1901 Sussex RUR Cup Winners 1939, 1940 FA Cup Third Round Proper Runners Up 1908, 1925, 1926, 2012/2013 1927, 1947, 1980, 1983 Southern League Sussex County League Southern Division Champions 1991/92 Div 1 Runners Up 1922, 1926 Eastern Division Champions 2001/02 Div 2 Winners 1980 Southern League Cup Div 2 Runners Up 1960 Winners 1995 Runners-Up 2000 Sussex County Cup Ryman League Division One South Winners 1981 Play-Off Final Winners 2006/07 Play-Off Semi-Final 2013/2014 2016/2017 Sussex County Division 2 Cup Winners 1980 Sussex Senior Cup AFA Senior Cup Winners 1936, 1938, 1996, 1998 Runners-Up 1933, 1935, 1940, 1946, 1986, Winners 1938 Runners Up 1936 1989,1999, 2000 Kent Mid-Week League 02 www.hastingsunited.com 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 Southern Amateur League Div 1 Winners 1935, 1936, 1937, 1939 Runners Up 1934, 1938, 1946 Southern Amateur League Div 2 Winners 1928 War League East Division Div Winners & Overall Runner Up 1940 Hastings Senior Cup Winners 1909, 1910, 1911, 1938, 1946, 1992, 1998, 2002, 2009


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WELCOME

Sam Adams First Team Captain Midfielder Good afternoon all.

Welcome to the Pilot Field for today’s Bostik League Division One South East match against Whitstable Town FC. We extend a warm welcome to the officials, players and supporters of the north Kent coast club. We hope they have an enjoyable afternoon, and wish them a safe return trip, hopefully without any of the spoils from the contest. A similar warm welcome is extended to the three match officials, Referee Isaac Searle and his two Assistants, Aaron Conn and Joseph Dann-Pye. We return to Pilot Field action this aftermoon following Tuesday’s emphatic 5-0 win over Whitstable Town’s near neighbours Herne Bay FC. An excellent clean sheet performance was played out in front of a great midweek attendance of 360. Today is a special day for Tuesday evening’s ‘Man of the Match’, Sam Adams. A very significant career fixture, as Sam is set to make his 500th senior Club appearance. What a tremendous achievement. It is not very often you get to congratulate a player for making 500 appearances for his hometown club. On behalf of everyone involved with the Club - Congratulations Sam for reaching this remarkable sporting milestone. Back to today’s fixture ... our visitors currently sit in 8th position in the league table with 18 points from 12 matches. A full listing of Whitstable Town’s results, for this season to date, can be found on the centre pages. Finally, thank you for your support this afternoon ... I hope you enjoy the match ... Win it boys! ... COYU’s ... Have a good one Sam!

Paul Paul Hoggard Programme Production Editor

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MANAGER’S NOTES Good afternoon everyone. I think it’s only fitting to talk about the Club legend that is Super Sammy Adams .... He rejoined the Club during Hinsh’s tenure and I can remember the debate amongst staff as to whether or not Sammy was the right fit. Was he too similar to then Captain Simon Johnson, did Sammy bring what was needed to the squad at the time ..... thank God Hinsh took the plunge! I can remember so clearly after 5 minutes of his first session back I thought wow! ..... both feet, a great ability to receive with good body shape, hardworking, energetic, great awareness, a talker, a leader ....... I was shocked how good he was!! So, following Hinsh’s departure when I was given the gig I knew from day one that this guy would be my Captain ...... a role model who EVERYONE at the Club could aspire to again he’s that good!!

Chris Agutter

... Sammy is an HUFC legend, a fantastic servant to the Club who has consistently delivered whilst being a man of principle, honesty and integrity ...

Not only is he a great player (who’s already bagged another 10 goals this season) ..... Sammy more importantly is a proper decent human being. The ‘Sammy story’ that epitomises the man better than most is ...... in the car together, heading up to the U23 Cup Final last season, me and Sam we’re discussing next season, new players, ideas, plans etc etc ...... and he said one of the most refreshing things I’ve ever heard ..... he said, “Aggi, if you ever needed more money to bring in a better player I’d take a pay cut to help you out” ..... selfless, honest and always putting the team before himself - that’s why he’s our captain!! Irrelevant of today’s result and how he performs Sammy is an HUFC legend, a fantastic servant to the Club who has consistently delivered whilst being a man of principle, honesty and integrity ... on behalf of the staff and players ... THANK YOU SUPER SAMMY ADAMS!

CHRIS AGUTTER

COYU’s ...... WinnersDoMore ...... WeWorkOurWay

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HAYLEY CLOUT COMMERCIAL MANAGER

Good afternoon everyone.

needs of all events. They are currently the medical providers for the Sussex Sharks Welcome back to the Pilot Field after a great cricket team and have also covered several 5-0 win and some brilliant football played large music events including Madness, Sir here on Tuesday night against Herne Bay. Tom Jones and Olly Murs. They are registered with British Eventing and the British Board of I would like to start by saying congratulations Boxing. All their paramedics are HCPC to Sam Adams on his 500th appearance registered. They can also provide first aid today, what an amazing record and what a training, workplace mandatory training and great player! safeguarding. Please call Tim Hodgson on 07887 920911 or contact him via email I would like to welcome and thank our at tim@wealdenambulanceservices.co.uk for Match Sponsor to today's game Caisters Hair further information. Lounge who are based in Hawkhurst and opened on 14th July 2007. Their commitment We thank them for their continued support is to offer a friendly and relaxed environment, and we hope Bob and his guests enjoy their with soft colours and subtle lighting, together day with us. with friendly smiles from their team. I would finally like to welcome and thank all of Since 2012 the salon has been consistently our Mascots to today's game, Sam Adams’ awarded with the 5-Star Good Salon Guide children, Lola, Lexi and Wilfie, who will be rating and they are also a destination salon leading out the team along with Theo, William for Matrix and GHD. and Jonah. We also welcome and thank all our Ball Boys/Girls who are from Hastings United They aim to provide a professional and Youth U11s, we hope you all have a great day welcoming ambience, catering for the many and enjoy your experience with us today. different needs of all their clients, including women, men and children. Enjoy the game and hopefully 3 points! The salon is fully air-conditioned, with 8 work Hayley stations and comfortable sofas to relax in. They stock Matrix, Men-U, GHD & Tangle Teezer products and also offer gift vouchers for the perfect present idea. We hope Darren and his guests enjoy their day with us and we would also like to thank them for sponsoring our Mascot shirts this season. I would also like to welcome and thank our Matchball Sponsor to today’s game, Wealden Ambulance Services, who are leading the way in medical event cover. First aid to paramedic level, they can cater to the 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.

MOST EMPHATIC Well done all. Despite the inconvenience of a kick off at 3.45 am, Pilot Field affairs were monitored here in Angeles City and any potential banana skin scenarios were emphatically despatched five times over. Herne Bay might be struggling at the opposite end of the table but it's still 90 minutes graft to be put in. And after the disappointment at Hayes Lane on Sunday, this was just what the doctor ordered. The clean sheet was very welcome too. It's early days still - lots of ups and downs ahead - but Cray do appear to be getting all the ingredients in place for a Folkestone / Burgess Hill like runaway at the top. At this stage of the season the serious contenders begin to make themselves properly known. Tuesday night's win was very welcome. Sunday's result, the Thamesmead issue notwithstanding - we are rightly well in the chase.

TILEKILN FULL CIRCLE So, looks like we're back where we started in terms of where, er, we might end up. Personally

Great sporting picture from '17 of the All Blacks and Lions rugby teams after the 1-1 series draw.

- mixed feelings for your correspondent regarding a new stadium. The first time I came here 42 years ago I was taken with the old place - it oozed character and still does. I have always liked the idea of a renovated Pilot Field with the old speedway track removed, being closer all round and new infrastructure. Expensive stuff all of it - who pays etc etc. All the logical points. I've never been entirely sure about local authorities putting public money into sporting facilities and in these never ending days of Austerity it seems all the more questionable. But then I seem to recall public money going into the White Rock Theatre years ago and thinking then that if that was good for theatre goers etc etc...... Whatever, wherever - the team, the club is what it's all about. Let's all carry on following the U's and leave the new stadium to the experts. Just one thing though - talk of a 1950 capacity? Rather low?

Continuing on the rugby theme - heading into Edinburgh on the train from Aberdeen recently Scottish Rugby HQ at Murrayfield.

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PPG Points per game - the new football benchmark brought in by the FA as part of it's utterly inept, needlessly complex, long drawn out and most unfair way of reconstructing the semi pro game. The perfect 'pyramid' structure? Absolutely. The way you're going about it? Clueless. Peter Miller, a Ware FC supporter follows his lot in Bostik South Central - step 4 like us. Windy Gale, a long time U's follower pointed me via Twitter to Peter's excellent spreadsheet (I really REALLY must get to grips with how to do spreadsheets) illustrating the automatic promotion / play-off scenarios as they unfold. What is reproduced here is the situation as it was after last Saturday's results. United have dropped below Bracknell in the PPG mini-league (shown above in the chart) as I call it - we were top till the

Cray game and remain 2nd after Tuesday’s result with a PPG of 2.455. Peter's fine work illustrates nicely how the playoff shambles 'works'. Check it out. That PPG minileague is only of interest to clubs in play-off places. You'll find @petermiller36 on Twitter should you wish to follow him.

500 It seems not too long ago that 400 appearances for our Sam Adams were being rightly applauded by the Pilot Field faithful. And in no time at all here he is hitting 500 as a vital part of the team. Nice one Sam. Well done fella and now the trek to 600 commences.

Hastings football HQ. Say no more.

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TODAY’S VISITORS

The first recorded football match took place in the town during October 1885 when, under the name “Whitstable United”, a team played Whitstable College. Earliest use of the name “Whitstable Town” can be traced to the following season (1886-87) when matches were played were played on a Friday at “Mr. Saddleton’s field” – an area of ground near the railway station. The use of the club’s current Belmont ground began in January 1888 with a friendly game against Herne Bay. There was a change in name briefly to “Whitstable Swifts” in 1893 but reverted to “Whitstable Town” just two years later. Whitstable Town played their first competitive game in 1897 – a Kent Junior Cup match that resulted in a 7-1 defeat by Dover Star FC. Shortly after this, the club joined the “East Kent League” and later played in both the “New Brompton” and “Faversham & District” Leagues. The club folded in 1904 only to be reformed in 1908. In 1908-09 Whitstable Town joined the Kent League Division 2 and achieved a respectable fourth place in their first season. Two teams were also entered in the Thanet League and they were both successful in lifting both the first and second division titles. The first FA Cup campaign came in 1910. A 3-2 victory over Folkestone preceded a defeat by Dartford in front of a crowd of estimated at 2,150. Following the First World War, Town rejoined the Kent League and remained in the competition until the outbreak of World War II. The club won the Division 2 title in 192728 and 1933-34. However, the key success came in 1928-29 when the team lifted the Kent Amateur Cup (now superseded by the Kent Senior Trophy). After one season in the New Brompton League following the Second World War, Whitstable returned to Kent League in 1947-48 (also playing in the K Division of the New Brompton League.) Success came to the club as they won the Division 2 title in the 1949-50 season and gained promotion to the First Division until the League disbanded in 1959. These were sometimes considered the glory years as Whitstable temporarily became a professional club but the problems of competing with much wealthier clubs proved difficult and put considerable pressure on the clubs finances. The loss of the Kent League came as a hammer blow. Wealthier clubs moved onward and upward to the

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HISTORY

more prestigious Southern League leaving behind a small band of teams fighting for survival. Town joined the Aetolian League briefly. Gone were the days of the money-spinning East Kent derby games against the likes of Folkestone, Dover, Sittingbourne and Margate. Matches against far off London-based sides were no substitute and, inevitably, the 1960’s became a period of financial problems and decay. The end of the 1959-60 season saw Whitstable bottom of the Aetolian League and a decision was taken to drop into the Kent Amateur League for a short period – an all time low for a senior side with such a rich history – We were champions in 1960-61 and were as runners up in the Kent Amateur Cup.. At the end of the 196162 season a decision was taken to enter the Seanglian League for the following season but this was a disaster as Whitstable mixed with the second string of a number of larger local clubs. The club then had one season back in the Aetolian League before joining the Greater London League. One piece of success was that the Town finished runners up in the Greater London League Group B Cup in 1965-66 losing the final 3-1 against Crittall Athletic in the final staged at Cray Wanderers FC. The Kent League was reformed in 1967 and Town rejoined immediately. However, this was not the Kent League of the “heady” 1930s and 1950s. Populated by a large number of reserve sides from Southern League Clubs, there was little to appeal to supporters… but it was a start. Gradually, former Kent League clubs began to return. Some like Whitstable had wandered various leagues over the years. Others had encountered financial problems in the Southern League. At last, the League Management Committee was in a position to remove reserve sides from the competition and impose strict conditions governing grounds and facilities. East Kent derby matches became a reality once more – against Ramsgate, Canterbury City, Folkestone, Deal, Faversham Town, Chatham and, of course, our oldest and nearest rivals, Herne Bay. The club responded – building a club house and attempting to restore the Belmont to its former glory on limited funds. The “Town” celebrated its centenary in 1985-86 in a healthier state and the occasion was marked by games against Charlton Athletic and Crystal Palace. Both matches attracted large crowds to the Belmont. There were many developments that followed the appointment of Joe Brownett as chairman in the late 1980’s and sponsorship by D&J Tyres of Herne Bay. Since then, dressing rooms have been refurbished, the club house re-fitted, floodlights erected, a new snack bar created, committee rooms extended, the pitch levelled and a drainage system installed.


Success on the pitch had been elusive since the re-formation of the Kent League. Despite a regular “top 10” position, the best league finishes had been two “third place” spots. Cup competitions yielded greater success but there has been heartache as well…. “Runners up” in Kent League Cup twice and the Kent Senior Trophy on three occasions. The only major reward came in 1979-80 – a 4-3 victory over Chatham to lift the Kent League Cup at the Bull Ground at Sittingbourne. Trailing 2-0 and 3-1 in the final, the team recovered to score two late goals and an “extra time” winner. The club achieved it best FA Vase run during 1996-97. Despite being drawn away from home in virtually every round, Whitstable reached the last 16…just 3 matches from an appearance at Wembley in this nationwide competition. With everyone praying for a home draw, luck deserted us…North Ferriby United (near Hull) … away. A tight 1-0 defeat ended the dream on Humberside. A few years ago in March 1989, the club and one of its most popular players (Gerry Allan) received coverage in the national press following one of the quickest goals in football history – timed at just over 4 seconds. From the kick off, the ball was rolled forward and Gerry attempted to lob the ball over the goalkeeper from the half way line. A slight miscue caused the ball to drop short but it skidded on the damp surface and passed under the goalkeeper’s body. Everyone dived for the Guinness book of records but it seems that there have been slightly quicker strikes. Had Gerry made a clean connection, it might have been the fastest goal of all time! Towns longest serving chairman Joe Brownett stepped aside at the end of 2004-05 season when supporter Tony Rouse took over the chair. 2006-07 marked the best season in the club’s history. Under player manager Marc Seager’s leadership the team won the Kent League and the Kent Senior Trophy. A treble was just missed out on the last day of the season as we ended up as runners-up in the Kent League Cup. We also had a good run in the FA Cup ending with a narrow home defeat against Margate in front of 1,144 people. The championship brought about the long awaited promotion to the Ryman League. The first year in the Ryman League (2007-2008) started shakily but an excellent end to the season brought us into mid table and respectability with chairman Tony Rouse stepping aside and Joe Brownett taking the reins as chairman once again. After a difficult start to the second season it was a mirror image of the previous year as we found ourselves again in the lower reaches of mid table.

WHITSTABLE TOWN FC managerial changes with the side always providing a sprint finish to the season to ensure survival. Ex-referee Gary Johnson became chairman at the start of the 2012-13 season. Nicky Southall led the team to the last 32 of the FA Trophy in 2013-14, including memorable wins at Carshalton Athletic and Hendon before losing 2-1 to Ebbsfleet United in front of 742 supporters at the Belmont Ground. Jim and Danny Ward took over as the management team from Nicky Southall at the start of the 2014-15 season and produced the club’s best position in the league, finishing in eighth place. The Wards moved back to manage Ramsgate after just one year and the whole of the season 2015-16 was one of constant change with managers and players coming and going. Chairman Gary Johnson then stepped down and Joe Brownett once again was the safe pair of hands to settle the club down. Scott Porter was appointed manager in an attempt to avoid relegation, but despite some encouraging results it was not to be and the club dropped back to the Southern Counties East Football League. The club regained stability off the pitch and Joe and Scott continued in their respective roles and a 5thplace finish was achieved in 2016-17. The following season ended successfully with the team going on an incredible four month unbeaten run that brought two cup final wins, defeating Sheppey United in the Kent Senior Trophy and Tunbridge Wells in the SCEFL Challenge Cup. The main objective of promotion back into the Bostik (Isthmian) League was also achieved, as finishing runners-up to Sevenoaks Town was enough to restore Step 4 football to the Belmont. The club set up a football academy at the start of the 2017-18 season and in association with Whitstable Town Junior Football Club offers opportunities for young players up to the age of 18 to be a part of the future of the club.

Best FA Cup Performance 3rd Qualifying Round 1986/87, 1989/90 Best FA Vase Performance 5th Round 1996/97 Best FA Trophy Performance 2nd Round 2013/14

The following five seasons saw a number of

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

P 12 11 12 13 12 10 12 12 12 12 10 12 12 12 11 12 11 11 10 7

HW 5 6 4 3 5 2 2 2 2 2 3 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 0 2

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

HL 0 0 2 1 0 1 3 1 3 2 2 3 3 2 3 4 4 5 5 2

HF 18 21 14 12 19 9 5 5 11 13 12 9 8 10 10 9 6 6 5 10

HA 7 2 10 9 9 6 4 4 12 11 10 9 9 10 10 13 14 11 16 8

AW 6 3 4 4 2 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 0

AD 0 0 0 1 1 2 2 0 1 2 1 2 1 0 1 0 1 0 2 0

AL 0 2 2 2 3 1 1 3 2 2 2 2 3 4 3 5 4 4 2 3

AF 13 9 13 17 9 10 15 8 9 7 6 7 11 14 4 7 9 6 8 2

AA 3 9 9 14 12 6 13 11 4 7 8 8 13 22 9 15 14 14 13 8

+/- Pts Home Att Away 21 34 1-2 L 19 27 8 24 6 24 3-0 W 393 7 23 1-3 L 7 18 3 18 -2 18 4 17 2 16 3-2 W 0 16 2-0 W 479 -1 15 3-2 W -3 14 -8 14 -5 11 -12 9 1-0 W -13 7 2-1 W 479 -13 6 4-0 W 409 -16 5 5-0 W 360 -4 3 5-1 W 404

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HUFC PLAYER APPEARANCES & GOALSCORERS 2018/19 @ 16 NOVEMBER 2018 STARTS PLAYER

SEASON CAREER SUB TOTAL GOALS APPS GOALS

STARTS PLAYER

Sam Adams

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4

16

8

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Adam Lovatt

3

17

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50

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Daniel Ajakaiye

19

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19

20

22

21

Panashe Makwiramiti -

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1

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1

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Lanre Azeez

4

-

4

1

4

1

Emmanuel Mensah

9

5

14

-

14

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Youssuf Bamba

6

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6

4

6

4

Kelvin Ogboe

9

4

13

3

13

3

Sam Beale

17

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17

-

55

2

James Pool

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-

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Sinnkaye Christie

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1

9

1

23

3

Davide Rodari

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50

17

Tom Climpson

10

2

12

-

49

1

Tommy Taylor (GK)

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Sam Cruttwell

10

4

14

3

232 17

Tom Vickers

4

4

8

-

110

6

Jack Dixon

14

3

17

4

179 13

Antonio Walker

5

7

12

4

32

5

Sonny Dullaway

1

5

6

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25

1

Opposition Own Goals

Jamie Fielding

8

4

12

1

20

2

DEPARTED PLAYERS

Dayshonne Golding

13

3

16

4

47

11

5

Charlie Horlock (GK) 19

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19

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63

J Howlett-Mundle

18

-

18

-

18

Hassan Ibrahiym

7

4

11

2

11

2

22

14

SEASON CAREER SUB TOTAL GOALS APPS GOALS

2

Ansu Janneh

2

-

2

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39

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Louis Rogers (GK)

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Alex Smith

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2-2 4-3 0-2 2-0 1-4 1-0 0-5 2-0 0-0 1-1 1-1 2-1 1-1 2-0 2-0 4-1 1-3 1-3 2-3 0-2 4-1 2-1 4-3

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Substitutes used, replaced in brackets Goalscorers in bold

Howlett-Mundle Howlett-Mundle Howlett-Mundle Howlett-Mundle Howlett-Mundle Howlett-Mundle Howlett-Mundle Howlett-Mundle Howlett-Mundle Howlett-Mundle Howlett-Mundle Howlett-Mundle Howlett-Mundle Howlett-Mundle Howlett-Mundle Howlett-Mundle Christie Howlett-Mundle Howlett-Mundle

Janneh Golding Cruttwell (1) Ajakaiye (2) Janneh Golding (1) Cruttwell Ajakaiye (2) Christie Golding Dixon Ajakaiye (1) Climpson Golding (1) Cruttwell Ajakaiye (2) Christie Golding Cruttwell Ajakaiye (2) Christie (1) Golding Cruttwell Ajakaiye (1) Christie Golding Adams Ajakaiye Vickers Golding Cruttwell (1) Ajakaiye (4) Christie Walker Cruttwell Ajakaiye (1) Climpson Golding Dixon Ajakaiye (1) Climpson Walker Dixon Ajakaiye Climpson Golding Dixon Ajakaiye Christie Golding Dixon (1) Ajakaiye (1) Climpson Golding Dixon Ajakaiye Climpson Azeez Dixon Ajakaiye (2) Climpson Azeez Ibrahiym Ajakaiye Climpson Golding Ibrahiym (1) Ajakaiye Climpson Azeez Dixon Ajakaiye Cruttwell Azeez (1) Dixon (1) Ajakaiye (1)

Adams (1) Dixon Walker (1) Fielding Dixon (1) Dixon Dixon Walker (2) Adams (2) Adams (1) Adams (1) Adams Adams Adams (1) Adams (1) Adams Dixon (1) Adams Adams (1)

Ogboe OG (1) Fielding (6) Climpson (2) Walker (11) Ogboe Mensah (6) Walker (11) Vickers (2) Ogboe Cruttwell (1) (10) Dullaway (11) Vickers (8) Ogboe Dullaway (2) Dixon (11) Mensah (7) Ogboe Adams (9) Walker (7) Dullaway (3) Ogboe Dullaway (7) Walker (11) Adams (10) Dullaway Cruttwell (6) Ogboe (11) Ibrahiym (1) (4) Ibrahiym Adams (11) Mensah (3) Ogboe (1) (10) Ogboe (1) Dixon (7) Ibrahiym (11) Climpson (9) Walker Lovatt (4) Ogboe (7) Fielding (2) Ogboe Golding (2) (7) Lovatt (3) Dullaway (11) Vickers Lovatt (4) Cruttwell (11) Ogboe (8) Bamba Mensah (2) Vickers (6) Ibrahiym (12) Bamba Fielding (7) Vickers (11) Bamba (1) Ibrahiym (8) Golding (7) Walker (11) Bamba (2) Dixon (10) Christie (11) Fielding (2) Ogboe (1) Mensah (5) Walker (1) Adams (4) Bamba OG (1) Cruttwell (4) Golding (11) Bamba (1) Walker (9) Makwiramiti (10)

PREVIOUS MEETINGS WITH WHITSTABLE TOWN FC

Meetings between the sides date back to when we were Hastings Town and playing at “The Firs” where we first met in a pre-1980/81 season game which we won 3-1. Eleven seasons later we went to the Belmont on Saturday, 27th July, 1991 for another pre-season match where a Danny Whyman goal secured us a 1-1 draw. Whitstable first played us here on Tuesday, 15th February, 1994 when they progressed in a Kent Midweek League Cup second round tie which they won 3-1, before a crowd of just 47 who saw Nick Hall net our goal. Almost a decade then elapsed until our next meeting as we visited them three times for pre-season matches in 2003 (won 2-1), 2004 (lost 0-4) and 2009 (drew 2-2).

We renewed acquaintances with the Oystermen in 2013/14 after their earlier promotion into the Ryman Isthmian League; when our record was as follows:Away Home

P. 3 3

W. 1 2

D. 1 0

L. 1 1

GF. 3 10

GA. 3 6

Overall

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2

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Saturday 16 January 2016 Ryman Div One South

Saturday 5 March 2016 Ryman Div One South

Whitstable Town 1 – 2 Hastings United

Hastings United 6 – 1 Whitstable Town

Att 197 Scorers: Stuart King

Scorers: Sam Adams Sean Ray

Att 387 Scorers: Scorers: Billy Medlock (2) Stuart King Sean Ray (2) Tyrell Richardson-Brown Ollie Rowe

We do not visit Whitstable for the return game until the New Year on Saturday, 9th February.

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On the eve of Sam’s 500th senior appearance for Hastings United Football Club we asked him a few questions ... and thank Sam’s wife Kay for emailing back his answers ... When growing up as a schoolboy who were your football heroes?

Paul Scholes & Stevie Gerrard Who in football has influenced/helped your playing career the most? As a Youth … manager/coach?

Paul Chandler & Robin Gunn As a Senior … manager/coach?

All have played their part but this year and back end of last year has been the most enjoyable so I’d have to say AGGY!

SAM ADAMS Born: 11th December 1986 Hastings SAM’S THREE CHILDREN MATCH MASCOTS

Match details of first appearance for HUFC?

August 2005 vs Corinthian Casuals Match details of first goal scored for HUFC?

I think my first goal was in the FA Cup at home vs Tonbridge Angels Most memorable/important HUFC match?

Winning the play-offs Most memorable/important goal you have scored for HUFC?

vs Ashford away - scoring the winner after Ade being sent off in the promotion season Do you have a special routine or superstition before you play a game?

Always put left boot/shin pads on first Outside of the Pilot Field what stadiums/pitches do you enjoy playing football on?

Guernsey is always a good day out and always a good crowd Would you like to continue in a football coaching capacity when you retire from playing?

I don’t see myself going into coaching when I finish playing What job/career do you have outside football?

Fixing burst water pipes for Southern Water What do you like to do in your spare time?

In my spare time I like Carp fishing Favourite Music/Band?

Favourite Movie?

Old School Garage

Taken

Favourite Food?

I love my food, my favourite has to be Mum’s Roast Pork

Lola is 12 and Sam’s first born daughter, she enjoys dancing and spending time with her friends, in year 8 at school. Lexi is 9 and a complete daddy’s girl, she has lots of hobbies including dancing, drama, singing and boxing, Wilfie is 2 at the end of the month, and is a mini Sam! Already loves football and is forever kicking a ball around the house! 29


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ON THIS DAY A look back at some of the matches played in past seasons on: Saturday, 17th November.

1945 A national football league did not return until the following season 1946/47, however, there was a demand for leisure entertainment and there were a number of memorable games played including Moscow Dynamo’s tour of Britain and this day they gave a master class at Ninian Park where they strolled to a 10-1 victory against a Cardiff City XI. One competition that had restarted was the F.A. Cup where after six seasons absence the competition proper was played according to a unique two legged format so as produce more games; this day it was first leg ties in the first round. At the Goldstone Brighton defeated Southern League side Romford 3-1 with goals from Jock Davie (2) and Frank Hindley.

We, then Hastings & St. Leonards, visited Winchmore Hill in Division One of the Southern Amateur League but lost 1-6, our consolation goal scored by Tony Thornton.

1973 Two days earlier the Government banned the use of floodlights as an energy saving measure in the National Fuel Crisis which saw regular power cuts and the three day working week. Accordingly, midweek games were to be played in the afternoon and all matches had to kick-off at a time to allow a finish in day light. Division One leaders Leeds United extended their advantage with a 3-0 victory over Coventry City and Burnley’s 0-2 defeat at Leicester City – a result with cost them three places – Newcastle United going second after beating Manchester United 3-2 while Liverpool went third with a 4-2 win against Ipswich Town and Everton went fourth with a 3-1 victory at Norwich City. With none of the top six sides in Division Two being unbeaten there was no change in the leadership Middlesbrough being five points clear after a 3-0 win over Cardiff City. In Division Three Brighton remained in the bottom third after being held 0-0 at home by Chesterfield.

We, then Hastings & St. Leonards, entertained Wick on The Firs in the first round of the Sussex Senior Cup and won 3-0 with goals from Keith Turk (2) and Steve Benton.

2001 Despite most of the leading sides being in action there were just eleven goals in six games, three of which were drawn, in the Barclaycard Premiership: Leaders Liverpool were held 1-1 at Blackburn Rovers while third placed Aston Villa were held in a goal less encounter with Middlesbrough at Villa Park. Immediately below them Manchester United made up ground with a 2-0 win over Leicester City and Arsenal lost ground with a 1-1 draw at Tottenham Hotspur where they thought they had won it with a late Pires’ goal only for Gus Poyet to score an equaliser for the home side four minutes into added time. In Nationwide Division One there was no change at the top as leaders Burnley won 1-0 at Coventry City and second placed Crystal Palace beat Crewe Alexandra 4-1. There were no third or fourth tier games as this was F.A. Cup first round day with those forty-eight sides being joined by thirty-two from the non-league ranks. At full time, twelve ties remained unresolved with several outstanding performances as Barrow drew 1-1 at Oldham Athletic and Whitby Town had a similar score at home to Plymouth Argyle. At the Withdean Brighton progressed knocking out Shrewsbury Town 1-0 with a bobby Zamora goal. The following day Lewes lost 0-2 at home to Stoke City.

We, then still Hastings Town, entertained Rothwell Town in the Eastern Division of the Southern League when we won 3-0, before a crowd of 339, with goals from Chris Honey, Stuart Playford and Danny Simmonds.

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HUFC vs HERNE BAY FC - MAN OF THE MATCH - SAM ADAMS

Sam Adams was awarded ‘Man Of The Match’. Sam was presented with his award on behalf of Match Sponsor Littlewood Fencing by Bob from Matchball Sponsor Wealden Ambulance Services.

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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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MATCHDAY MASCOTS THEO, WILLIAM & JONAH

Theo, William, and Jonah have been friends since nursery. Theo is a passionate Liverpool fan and is known to his friends as ‘speedie’ or ‘tiny man’ due to how fast he runs on the pitch. His favourite players are Mo Salah and Trent Alexander-Arnold.

William loves all sports and plays football, rugby, cricket and tennis. He supports Chelsea and his favourite player is Eden Hazard.

Jonah

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William

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

Bostik League Division One South East

Bostik League Division One South East

AVERAGE ATTENDANCES

LEADING LEAGUE GOALSCORERS

@ 16 November 2018

@ 16 November 2018

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

Average 604 420 295 259 220 212 208 203 173 170 159 157 140 122 119 108 106 102 101 87

PLAYER

TOTAL

Zak Andy Ansah Charlie MacDonald Daniel Ajakaiye Jeff Opoku Duah-Kessie Eddie-Louis Dsane Rory Smith Ali Fuseini Jake Embery Harry Goodger Thomas Loynes Karl Akehurst Freddie Parker Michael Power

CLUB

15 13 12 9 8 8 7 6 6 6 5 5 5

Hythe Town VCD Athletic HASTINGS UNITED Phoenix Sports Whyteleafe Ramsgate VCD Athletic Herne Bay Faversham Town Sittingbourne Haywards Heath Cray Wanderers Cray Wanderers LEADING U’S GOALSCORERS - All Competitions Daniel Ajakaiye 20 12 BLSE 3 FAC 1 FAT 4 VT Sam Adams 8 5 BLSE 2 FAC 1 FAT Youssuf Bamba 4 4 BLSE Jack Dixon 4 2 BLSE 1 FAT 1 SSC Dayshonne Golding 4 2 BLSE 2 FAT Antonio Walker-Barth 4 1 FAC 2 VT 1 SSC Sam Cruttwell 3 1 BLSE 1 FAC 1 VT Kelvin Ogboe 3 1 FAC 1 VT 1 SSC BOSTIK DEVELOPMENT U23 SOUTH 12/11/18

NATIONAL LEAGUE U19 ALLIANCE DIV B @ 10/11/2018 Team Pd Dover Athletic 4 Bromley Reds 4 Sutton Utd 3 Tonbridge Angels 4 Dartford Whites 3 Dorking Wanderers 4 Burgess Hill Town 3 HASTINGS UNITED 3 Eastbourne Boro 4 Ebbsfleet United 3 Maidstone Utd 4 Whyteleafe 3

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

D 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0

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

F 15 13 12 14 5 9 4 5 7 4 5 0

A 3 5 4 7 4 10 7 10 13 5 12 13

GD Pts 12 10 8 9 8 9 7 8 1 6 -1 6 -3 3 -5 3 -6 3 -1 2 -7 1 -13 0

Team Tooting & Mitcham Burgess Hill Town Cray Wanderers HASTINGS UTD Herne Bay Lewes Ramsgate Three Bridges Thamesmead T Carshalton Ath Margate Sittingbourne Molesey Horsham

Pd W D 9 8 1 11 5 2 7 5 1 9 5 1 11 5 1 9 5 0 10 5 0 11 5 0 7 4 1 9 3 3 8 3 0 9 2 3 9 1 1 7 0 0

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

F 32 30 26 32 21 32 30 33 20 22 19 20 18 6

A 6 26 9 20 22 22 29 36 21 19 22 35 43 31

HUFC LEADING BOSTIK U23 GOALSCORER Cameron Harding 6

GD Pts 26 25 4 17 17 16 12 16 -1 16 10 15 1 15 -3 15 -1 13 3 12 -3 9 -15 9 -25 4 -25 0


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LANRE AZEEZ

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