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Re:Former Players 11 years 3 months ago #151

Tony who ?

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Re:Former Players 11 years 3 months ago #152

He got the last Red Card at the Central ground anyway!!

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Re:Former Players 11 years 3 months ago #153

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Think it was Mark Edwards who scored the final goal at the Central Ground, and Tony Jarvis was sent off in that game! Good centre forward, put himself about and scored a fair number of goals.
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Re:Former Players 11 years 3 months ago #154

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Re:Former Players 11 years 3 months ago #155

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Mark Edwards did score the last Witton goal at the central Ground and Jarvo was sent off, I saw Tony a couple of years ago in Manchester before a concert (yes it was Bruce) and we had a good laugh about his time at Witton. Marks wasn't the last goal at the central ground though because Frickley equalised I think the guys name was Peach but like TT says I'm sure Chad will put us right.
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Re:Former Players 11 years 2 months ago #156

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See that Peers and Warlow were not in Fleetwood squad in Tuesdays defeat Injured or suspended ? and Coo has gone on loan to Halifax.
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Re:Former Players 11 years 2 months ago #157

Will not be long before both are playing across the M62 hills I am sure!

As the old expression goes the grass is not always greener (although the money may be better)!
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Re:Former Players 11 years 2 months ago #158

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Still catching up on the last two weeks but Tony"who"Jarvis scored 56 goals in 172 appearances between Jan 1988 and Sep 1991. He did have the "dubious honour" of being sent-off in that very last Central Ground match on May 1st 1989.

It was Mark Edwards who netted for Albion in the first half and "Eddie" also struck the post in the final minute, thus leaving the former Barnsley striker John Peachey to claim the last ever goal with Frickley's equaliser.

Another observation from this match was that the referee was Ken Mead who has been very much involved over the past years with Congleton Town. He'll no doubt be recalling the match - again! - when the Bears come a calling in November

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Re:Former Players 11 years 2 months ago #159

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GAVIN SALMON (04/05 Season) - THREE GOALS FOR WOODLEY SPORTS LAST NIGHT AGAINST THE LIZARDS - Get Innnnn!!!!!!!!!

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Re:Former Players 11 years 2 months ago #160

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macca scored the only goal in staffords 1-0 win at gateshead the other night

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Re:Former Players 11 years 2 months ago #161

Liam Coyne has signed for Mossley
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Re:Former Players 11 years 2 months ago #162

" Liam Coyne has signed for Mossley " says TT

And he was MoM in their 2-1 FA Cup win at Kendal ! :)

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Re:Former Players 11 years 2 months ago #163

Phil Chad will be pleased to hear that Neil Parsley is back in meaningful employment, as he has been appointed caretaker manager at Farsley Celtic.

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Re:Former Players 11 years 2 months ago #164

Adam Morning has been released by Halifax and has now joined New Mills

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Re:Former Players 11 years 2 months ago #165

Former Fulham, Birmingham and West Brom striker Geoff Horsfield has revealed he is suffering from testicular cancer.

The 34-year-old, who was released by Sheffield United last summer, has been forced to retire as a result and will undergo surgery next week.

He told the Daily Mirror: "I was diagnosed last Friday and I'm going in for surgery next Thursday.

"The surgeon has told me that this is the end of my professional career, but that's at the back of my mind now."

Horsfield began his career at Scarborough in 1992, and his scoring exploits at Halifax earned him a £300,000 move to Fulham in 1996.

He said: "I've had 10 good years with Fulham, Birmingham, Wigan, West Brom and all the other clubs I've played for and enjoyed it.

"But all I'm thinking about now is beating this. I've always been a fighter right through my football career and I'm going to fight this and win."

Horsfield has been told he has a good chance of recovery after the diagnosis was made early.

"The specialist told me I did well to find the lump because it is so small," he added.

Horsfield, who finished last season on loan at Scunthorpe, had been training recently with League One Walsall.

The Barnsley-born forward has also played for Wigan, Leeds and Leicester.

AND WITTON!

Best wishes to Geoff, let's hope he gets through it.

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