Jimmy Ghaichem

Jimmy Ghaichem

Born 11 April 1984 (Age 22 at debut)

Position: Midfielder

(Diamonds player #253)

Total appearances 1

(1 League)

Debut & Final game:

6 January 2007 (Away Altrincham)

Jimmy started out as a trainee at Mansfield Town but failed to get into first team action after performing well in the youth team. During 2002 and 2003, he went out on trial at various clubs including Sheffield Wednesday, Boston United, Macclesfield Town and Grimsby Town, but the right sided winger returned back to the Stags on each occasion. After a short period at Alfreton Town in November 2004, he got his break after impressing during several pre-season games at Peterborough United during the summer of 2006, eventually joining them for the start of the season.

He mainly featured in the clubs reserve games and came to Rushden & Diamonds on 4 January 2007 on loan until the end of the season. After just a single substitute appearance at Altrincham, he returned to Peterborough after just 12 days and was later released. He joined Belper Town of the Northern Premier League – Division One South during August 2008, but then made appearances for a succession of clubs during the season, including Buxton, Worksop Town, Alfreton Town, Parkgate and Goole Town. He joined Harrogate Town for the 2009/2010 season, playing 26 games, before joining Ilkeston in January 2010. After a brief return to Parkgate, he joined Scarborough Athletic in August 2011.  Another change of clubs for the winger for the following season, saw him join NPL Premier side Frickley Athletic for the start of the 2012/2013 season. Despite offers from other clubs, Jimmy later signed a contract extension until the summer of 2013. After a further season with the Blues, Jimmy left at the end of the season, and on 29 May 2014,  returned to NPL Division One South side Scarborough Athletic for a second spell with the club. He then moved to AFC Mansfield in 2015, and was still there for the 2018-19 season.

 

Appearances

2006/2007 – squad number 28

Conf

6.1.07

Altrincham (A)

Jamie Cook

Jamie Cook

Born 2 August 1979 (Age 27 at debut)

Position: Midfielder

(Diamonds player #252)

Total appearances 10 – 1 goal

(8 League, 2 FA Trophy)

Debut:

6 January 2007 (Away Altrincham)

Final game:

24 February 2007 (Away Aldershot Town)

The 27 year old midfielder / striker was signed by Graham Westley on 4 January 2007 from Hellenic Football League Premier Division side Witney United after scoring 7 goals in the previous month. He started out with his hometown team at Oxford United in 1997, though the majority of his 77 appearances were off the bench. In February 2000, he joined Boston United, helping them earn League status the following season. He was released however, and joined Graham Westley at Stevenage Borough. After a loan spell with Bath City, he joined Maidenhead United, before Witney United.

Jamie made seven starts in the league and two in the FA Trophy, with his only goal coming in the 2-1 over Stafford Rangers at Nene Park on 20th January 2007. He made his final appearance for the Diamonds in the 2-2 draw at Aldershot.

Jamie Cook

After suffering a foot injury in that final appearance, and the arrival of new boss Garry Hill, he left by mutual consent on 20 March 2007. Jamie joined Crawley Town, where he remained for two years, before moving to Oxford United on 1 September 2009 for a £5,000 fee. Despite a year to run on his contract with the U’s, he was released by mutual consent on 28 June 2010 and the following day, joined Crawley Town on a one year deal. He was released at the end of the season following Crawley’s promotion to the Football League, and joined Conference side Bath City on 31 May 2011 on a one year deal. At the start of the following season on 15 June 2012, Jamie joined newly promoted Conference North side Oxford City. He retired in the summer of 2013, hoping to become a professional golfer, but returned to the game the following season, re-joining Oxford City in July 2014. Jamie was released a month into the season, and joined Southern League Division One South & West side North Leigh on 20 September 2014. He stayed at North Leigh until retiring from the game in April 2017.

Appearances

2006/2007 – squad number 30

Conf

6.1.07

Altrincham (A)

FAT2

13.1.07

Witton Albion (A)

Conf

20.1.07

Stafford Rgrs (H)

1 goal

Conf

23.1.07

Cambridge Utd(H)

Conf

29.1.07

Oxford Utd (A)

FAT3

3.2.07

Gravesend&Nflt(A)

Conf

10.2.07

Dagenham&Rdg(A)

Conf

17.2.07

St.Albans (H)

Conf

20.2.07

Exeter City (A)

as sub

Conf

24.2.07

Aldershot Tn (A)

Daniel Webb

Daniel Webb

Born 2 July 1983 (Age 23 at debut)

Position: Forward

(Diamonds player #251)

Total appearances 2

(1 League, 1 FA Trophy)

Debut:

6 January 2007 (Away Altrincham)

Final game:

13 January 2007 (Away Witton Albion)

Daniel is the son of the Chelsea legend David Webb and started out as a trainee with Southampton as a striker, before Southend United agreed a £10,000 transfer fee to take him to Roots Hall in December 2000. Goals were hard to come by during his stay and he went out on loan to Brighton & Hove Albion in December 2001 until the end of the season. He returned to Southend, but went on loan to Brighton again in November 2002 for one month before returning to join Hull City in December. Again, he had trouble finding the back of the net, and went on a one month loan to Lincoln City in March 2003. A further loan in December 2003 saw him spend three months with Cambridge United, before joining the League Two side at the end of February 2004. In January 2006, he was released again, and joined Yeovil Town on an eighteen month deal. He never actually started a game for the Glovers, his appearances limited to coming off the bench. Daniel arrived at Nene Park on 4 January 2007 on a one month loan, but was released on 22 January returning back to Yeovil Town, before another loan deal with Woking.

Daniel Webb

He was was released by Yeovil in May and spent the summer with Brian Talbot’s Marsaxlokk side in Malta, before returning to England in July 2007 to sign for AFC Wimbledon. He was released by Wimbledon on 12 May 2008 and spent time with Chelmsford City, Sutton United an Havant & Waterlooville, before signing for Salisbury City on 28 November 2008. Due to the club’s financial problems, he joined Conference newcomers Bath City on 27 May 2010 on a one year deal, extending it for a second year in June 2011. On 4 November 2011, he went on a loan deal with Conference South side Salisbury City, before making the move permanent in the January transfer window, moving into a central defensive role. On 28 May 2012, he joined fellow Conference South side Dover Athletic on a one year deal. After a season at the Crabble, Daniel joined Conference South side Chelmsford City on 3 June 2013 on a one year deal. He left Chelmsford in order to further his coaching career at Leyton Orient, and he became first team coach there in July 2016. He had a brief spell as manager at Brisbane Road, but returned to being a youth coach with the club after resigning the Manager’s role. His Wikipedia page is here.

Appearances

2006/2007 – squad number 27

Conf

6.1.07

Altrincham (A)

FAT2

13.1.07

Witton Albion (A)

Curtis Woodhouse

Curtis Woodhouse

Born 17 April 1980 (Age 26 at debut)

Position: Midfielder

(Diamonds player #250)

Total appearances 83 – 8 goals

(65 League, 3 FA Cup, 6 FA Trophy, 6 League Cup, 2 Hillier Senior Cup, 1 Maunsell Cup)

First spell

Debut: 25 November 2006 (Home Aldershot Town)

Final game: 1 January 2007 (Home Tamworth)

Second spell

Debut: 3 March 2007 (Home Exeter City)

Final game: 26 December 2008 (Away Stevenage Borough)

Curtis began his career at the York City Centre of Excellence before joining Sheffield United as a seventeen year old midfielder for a £15,000 fee/compensation. His footballing prowess soon saw him become a regular in the side, and at just nineteen, became the club’s youngest ever captain. Whilst with the Blades, he also made several appearances for the England Under-21 side. After over 100 appearances, he moved to Birmingham City for £1m in February 2001. Controversy reared its head just three weeks after his move, when he received a 120 hour community service sentence after a brawl with some students. In January 2003, he went to Rotherham United on loan, before signing for Peterborough United in October 2003. A £25,000 fee took him to Hull City in the summer of 2005, before joining Grimsby Town in January 2006 on a two year deal, but his love of boxing led him to announce his retirement from football at the end of the season, to concentrate on Boxing.

Curtis Woodhouse tangles with Michael Standing

He was persuaded out of retirement by Chairman Keith Cousins after he had been temporarily suspended by the British Board of Boxing Control, and he joined Diamonds on 24 November 2006 but was allowed to leave again on 8 January 2007 after his licence was returned. He decided to re-sign on 1 March, after an agreement that he could combine both sports. At the end of the season, he signed a two year contract until the end of the 2008 / 09 season. At the start of the 2008/2009 season, he was named as Diamonds Team Captain, but on 5th January 2009 he left the club to join Mansfield Town having appeared in 83 games for the Diamonds. He was released by Mansfield at the end of the 2008/2009 season and joined Harrogate Town of the Conference North on 18 June 2009. He was released from his contract by mutual consent on 25 February 2010 and joined Northern Premier (Unibond) League Division One South side Sheffield FC. He stepped up to join Conference North side Eastwood Town on 7 June 2011, but never made an appearance for them, choosing to help out on the coaching side at Lincoln City during the season, while concentrating on his boxing. On 2 May 2012, Curtis was appointed manager of NPL Division One South side Sheffield FC. Out of football, Curtis continued his boxing career, winning the English light-welterweight title on 28 September 2012. On 28 December 2012, Curtis resigned from his post as manager after finding it increasingly difficult to combine both boxing and football management. Despite his boxing commmitments however, he was appointed Assistant Manager to David Holdsworth at NPL Division One South side Goole AFC on 14 October 2013. After Holdsworth stepped down as manager on 27 January 2014, he was appointed manager on the same day. Curtis achieved his dream of becoming British Light Welterweight Champion at Hull Ice Arena on 22 February 2014, beating Darren Hamilton on a split decision, and then immediately announced his retirement from boxing. The victory meant he finished his boxing career on 22 wins and 6 defeats.

He returned to Football Management with Hull United in January 2015, moving on to Bridlington Town in September 2016, where he stayed for two years before leaving in September 2018. He returned to the game as manager of Tadcaster Albion in June 2019, before moving to take over the reins at Gainsborough Trinity in October 2019. His Wikipedia page is here.

Appearances

2006/2007 – squad number 26

Conf

25.11.06

Aldershot Tn (H)

FAC2

2.12.06

Tamworth (H)

Conf

9.12.06

Oxford Utd (H)

1 goal

FAT1

16.12.06

Scarborough (H)

1 goal

Conf

26.12.06

Cambridge Utd (A)

as sub

Conf

30.12.06

Gravesend&Nflt(A)

Conf

1.1.07

Tamworth (H)

2006/2007 – squad number 27

Conf

3.3.07

Exeter City (H)

1 goal

Conf

6.3.07

Morecambe (H)

Conf

13.3.07

Halifax Town (A)

Conf

23.3.07

Crawley Town (H)

Conf

27.3.07

Grays Athletic (A)

Conf

31.3.07

Forest Green (A)

Conf

3.4.07

Weymouth (H)

Conf

7.4.07

Southport (H)

Conf

21.4.07

Woking (H)

Conf

23.4.07

Northwich Vic (H)

1 goal

Conf

28.4.07

Burton Albion (A)

1 goal

2007/2008 – squad number 8

MCF

4.8.07

Northampton Tn(H)

Conf

11.8.07

Woking (A)

1 goal

Conf

14.8.07

Farsley Celtic (H)

Conf

18.8.07

Ebbsfleet Utd (H)

Conf

25.8.07

Torquay Utd (A)

Conf

30.8.07

York City (A)

Conf

4.9.07

Crawley Town (H)

Conf

8.9.07

Salisbury City (A)

HSC2

13.11.07

Cogenhoe Utd(H)

Conf

17.11.07

Aldershot Tn (A)

as sub

Conf

24.11.07

Northwich Vic (A)

FAC2

1.12.07

Bristol Rvrs (A)

Conf

8.12.07

Droylsden (A)

FAT1

15.12.07

Bamber Bdge (A)

SS4

21.12.07

Cambridge Utd (A)

Conf

26.12.07

Stevenage B (H)

Conf

29.12.07

Northwich Vic (H)

Conf

1.1.08

Stevenage B (A)

Conf

5.1.08

Salisbury City (A)

FAT2

12.1.08

Exeter City (H)

Conf

19.1.08

Crawley Tn (A)

Conf

29.1.08

BurtonAlbion (A)

Conf

16.2.08

Altrincham (H)

FAT4

23.2.08

York City (H)

SS5

26.2.08

Kidderminster (A)

Conf

1.3.08

Woking (H)

Conf

4.3.08

Farsley Celtic (A)

SSQF

8.3.08

Northwich Vic (A)

Conf

22.3.08

York City (H)

Conf

24.3.08

Kidderminster (A)

SSSF

27.3.08

Halifax Town (H)

Conf

29.3.08

Droylsden (H)

SSF

3.4.08

Aldershot Tn (A)

Conf

8.4.08

Cambridge Utd (H)

Conf

12.4.08

Forest Green (A)

Conf

15.4.08

Stafford Rgrs (A)

Conf

17.4.08

Torquay Utd (H)

Conf

19.4.08

Exeter City (H)

Conf

22.4.08

Oxford Utd (A)

Conf

26.4.08

Aldershot Tn (H)

HSCF

29.4.08

Brackley Town (H)

1 goal

2008/2009 – squad number 8

Conf

9.8.08

Eastbourne B (A)

1 goal

Conf

12.8.08

Ebbsfleet Utd (H)

Conf

17.8.08

Wrexham (H)

Conf

23.8.08

Kettering Tn (H)

Conf

25.8.08

Histon (H)

Conf

2.9.08

Barrow (A)

Conf

6.9.08

Crawley Town (H)

Conf

11.9.08

Lewes (A)

Conf

23.9.08

Wrexham (A)

Conf

29.9.08

Altricham (H)

Conf

4.10.08

Oxford Utd (A)

Conf

7.10.08

Grays Ath (H)

Conf

12.10.08

Torquay Utd (H)

Conf

18.10.08

York City (A)

FAC4q

25.10.08

Evesham Utd (A)

Conf

1.11.08

Cambridge Utd (A)

SS3

4.11.08

Stevenage B (H)

as sub

Conf

8.11.08

Weymouth (H)

Conf

15.11.08

Kidderminster (H)

Conf

9.12.08

Woking (A)

FAT1

13.12.08

Newport Co (A)

FAT1r

16.12.08

Newport Co (H)

Conf

20.12.08

Northwich Vic (H)

Conf

26.12.08

Stevenage B (A)

Chris Plummer

Chris Plummer

Born 12 October 1976 (Age 30 at debut)

Position: Defender

(Diamonds player #249)

Total appearances 2

(2 League)

Debut:

18 November 2006 (Away St.Albans)

Final game:

25 November 2006 (Home Aldershot Town)

Chris progressed from the QPR youth team to earn a contract at Loftus Road and the centre-half won five England under-21 caps during his early career. He made his Premiership debut for QPR in the last game of the 1995/96 season against Nottingham Forest in May 1996 before the club were relegated to the Championship. Injuries caused a severe set back. A broken leg in the summer of 1997 was followed by a broken ankle the following year which kept him sidelined for nearly two seasons and in nine years, he only made some 71 appearances. The defender went on a one month loan to Bristol Rovers in November 2002, and following the arrival of new manager Ian Holloway, he was released in June 2003. He spent the following season at Barnet making 42 appearances, and was transferred to Peterborough United on 3 September 2004 for a £30,000 fee. Despite a spell on the sidelines in 2005/06 due to testicular cancer, Chris recovered and went on loan to Grays Athletic in October 2006, before arriving at Nene Park on loan in 17 November 2006.

After just two appearances, he returned to Peterboroughbefore announcing his retirement from the professional game on 11 December 2006 following the cancellation of his contract. He went into the financial services industry, although he joined Peterborough Northern Star of the UCL Division One in August 2007 where he assisted with training, before becoming their player-manager in May 2009. He resigned as manager at the conclusion of the 2011/2012 season, and became Assistant Manager to Ian Sampson at Conference North side Corby Town on 22 May 2012. Following Sampson’s resignation on 1 September following five successive defeats, Chris became caretaker manager, and was appointed Manager on 12 September 2012. After two defeats in two games at the start of the 2013/2014 season however, he resigned as manager on 20 August 2013. On 14 February 2014, it was announced he had been appointed manager at UCL Division One side Peterborough Sports. He left that role 18 months later. No record of his involvement with the game has been found between 2016 to 2018.

Appearances

2006/2007 – squad number 25

Conf

18.11.06

St.Albans (A)

Conf

25.11.06

Aldershot Tn (H)

Ben Sedgemore

Ben Sedgemore

Born 5 August 1975 (Age 31 at debut)

Position: Midfielder

(Diamonds player #248)

Total appearances 3

(1 League, 1 FA Cup, 1 FA Trophy)

Debut:

4 November 2006 (Home Dagenham & Redbridge)

Final game:

16 December 2006 (Home Scarborough)

Ben began his football career with the Birmingham City youth set up, but never broke into the first team. A loan spell with Northampton Town led to his first League game, before joining Mansfield Town, Peterborough United and Mansfield Town again. In the summer of 1998, he joined Macclesfield Town making over 100 appearances in three years. This was followed by a three year stint at Lincoln City, again playing over 100 games for the Imps. In 2004, he dropped down to non-league football with Canvey Island, before a short period with Cambridge United. Ben arrived at Nene Park in November 2006 and made one starting appearance for the club against the Daggers, and came off the bench for the last couple of minutes in his other two outings.

He was released on 5 January 2007 however, and joined Conference South side Havant & Waterlooville. He moved from there to Boston United via Chelmsford City and King’s Lynn, for the closing months of the 2008 / 2009 season, but was released by the Pilgrims at the end of the season. He joined Northern Premier Division One South side Stamford AFC as a player / coach in June 2009, before retiring at the end of the 2010/2011 season.

Appearances

2006/2007 – squad number 24

Conf

4.11.06

Dagenham&Red(H)

FAC1

11.11.06

Yeovil Town (H)

as sub

FAT1

16.12.06

Scarborough (H)

as sub

Ben Reynolds

Ben Reynolds

Born 27 September 1988 (Age 19 at debut)

Position: Defender

(Diamonds player #247)

Total appearances 2

(2 Hillier Senior Cup)

Debut:

31 October 2006 (Away Ford Sports Daventry)

Final game:

20 March 2007 (Away Woodford United)

Ben was another product of the youth set up at Nene Park and made two substitute appearances for the first team, both in the Hillier Senior Cup and picking up a winners medal in the Final against Woodford United. He went on work experience at Rugby Town shortly after that final, but was released in May 2007.

He joined Witney United in the Hellenic League Premier Division and spent a season with the club before joining Ducklington in the summer of 2008, leaving after one season with the club. No record of his involvement with the game has been found between 2010 and 2018.

Ben Reynolds

Appearances

2006/2007 – no squad number

HSCQF

31.10.06

Ford Sports (A)

as sub

HSCF

20.3.07

Woodford Utd (A)

as sub

Jake Beecroft

Jake Beecroft

Born 4 September 1989 (Age 17 at debut)

Position: Midfielder

(Diamonds player #246)

Total appearances 38 – 1 goal

(30 League, 2 League Cup, 6 Hillier Senior Cup)

Debut:

17 October 2006 (Home Cogenhoe United)

Final game:

17 April 2010 (Away Wrexham)

Jake worked his way through the ranks at Nene Park, starting out in the Club’s youth system, and progressing via a number of reserve team games to make a first appearance in the Hillier Senior Cup tie against Cogenhoe United in October 2006, making a League appearance at the end of the 2006/2007 season. He signed a one year contract on 17 May 2007 and after several substitute appearances during the following season, he had an extension option taken out on his contract by the club to keep him at Nene Park for the 2008/2009 season. Jake went out on loan to Solihull Moors in November 2008, and he later signed a further deal to keep him at Nene Park until the summer of 2011. He made some 25 League appearances in 2008/2009 with an extended run in the first team in March 2009, playing first in central midfield, then in right midfield, and then at right-back. He scored his debut goal for the club in the final game of that season – the 3-1 victory over Woking.

Jake Beecroft battles with Russell Penn

At the start of September 2009 he went on loan to Conference North side Ilkeston Town. He also appeared for them in the FA Cup, helping them into the fourth Qualifying Round. He returned to the Diamonds at the end of 2009, but was then sent on loan to St Albans City at the end of January 2010, for a further two months.

Jake Beecroft at Wrexham

He returned to Nene Park towards the end of the 2009/ 2010 season, and made his first Diamonds start in their final away game of the regular season – the 1-0 victory at Wrexham, but that proved to be his final game. He left by mutual consent and joined Conference South side Tonbridge Angels on 21 May 2010. Jake was released by the Angels in early March 2012, and joined Isthmian Division One South side Whitstable Town later in the month. After just over a season with the Oystermen, he joined fellow Isthmian Division One South side Folkstone Invicta on 8 June 2013. He scored once in 12 appearances for Invicta, before joining his local club – Southern Counties East League side Tunbridge Wells on 13 December 2013. After a period with Sittingbourne he joined Dorking Wanderers and left there prior to the 2017/18 season, rejoining Tunbridge Wells.

Appearances

2006/2007 – squad number 15

HSC1

17.10.06

Cogenhoe Utd (H)

as sub

Conf

23.4.07

Northwich Vic (H)

as sub

2007/2008 – squad number 21

HSC1

3.10.07

Corby Town (A)

as sub

HSCSF

21.1.08

North’ton Spcr (H)

as sub

SSQF

8.3.08

Northwich Vic (A)

as sub

Conf

19.4.08

Exeter City (H)

as sub

Conf

24.4.08

Grays Ath (A)

as sub

Conf

26.4.08

Aldershot Tn (H)

as sub

HSCF

29.4.08

Brackley Town (H)

as sub

2008/2009 – squad number 21

Conf

17.8.08

Wrexham (H)

as sub

Conf

30.8.08

Kidderminster (A)

Conf

2.9.08

Barrow (A)

as sub

Conf

6.9.08

Crawley Town (H)

as sub

HSC1

16.9.08

Rothwell Tn (A)

Conf

20.9.08

Burton Albion (H)

as sub

Conf

1.11.08

Cambridge Utd(A)

as sub

SS3

4.11.08

Stevenage B (H)

HSCQF

11.11.08

Rothwell Corin (H)

Conf

26.12.08

Stevenage B (A)

as sub

Conf

1.1.09

Stevenage B (H)

Conf

17.1.09

Ebbsfleet Utd (A)

Conf

27.1.09

Mansfield Tn (A)

Conf

1.2.09

Cambridge Utd(H)

Conf

9.2.09

Burton Albion (A)

as sub

Conf

24.2.09

York City (H)

as sub

Conf

28.2.09

Mansfield Tn (H)

as sub

Conf

7.3.09

Torquay Utd (A)

Conf

10.3.09

Lewes (H)

Conf

14.3.09

Crawley Tn (A)

Conf

21.3.09

Salisbury City (A)

Conf

24.3.09

Oxford Utd (H)

Conf

28.3.09

Northwich Vic (A)

Conf

31.3.09

Grays Ath (A)

Conf

4.4.09

Salisbury City (H)

Conf

11.4.09

Kettering Tn (H)

Conf

18.4.09

Forest Green (A)

as sub

Conf

26.4.09

Woking (H)

1 goal

2009/2010 – squad number 15

Conf

17.4.10

Wrexham (A)

Alex Bolt

Alex Bolt

Born 11 June 1989 (Age 17 at debut)

Position: Midfielder

(Diamonds player #245)

Total appearances 6

(1 FA Trophy, 5 Hillier Senior Cup)

Debut:

17 October 2006 (Home Cogenhoe United)

Final game:

21 January 2008 (Home Northampton Spencer)

After impressing on trial Alex was signed at under-16 level in December 2004. After some good performances he was offered a scholarship, and continued to make good progress starting regularly for the reserves. He made his first team debut in the Hillier Senior Cup tie against Cogenhoe in October 2006, and also made a substitute appearance in the FA Trophy defeat to Gravesend & Northfleet. He went on work experience with Rugby Town on 22 March 2007 making several appearances.

Alex Bolt

Alex was rewarded with a one year contract on 17 May 2007 and went out on a three month loan to St.Albans City on 6 September 2007 for some first time experience. He was recalled however on 26 October 2007, and went to Rugby Town until returning on 14 January 2008. He was released at the end of the season in May 2008 and joined Ryman League Division One North side Potters Bar Town. Injury meant he had time out of the game, but went to Broxbourne Borough in March 2011 in order to regain some fitness. He was back at Potters Bar Town at the start of the following season, playing mainly reserve team football. He appears to have now left the game.

Appearances

2006/2007 – squad number 33

HSC1

17.10.06

Cogenhoe Utd (H)

HSCQF

31.10.06

Ford Sports (A)

FAT3

3.2.07

Gravesend&Nflt(A)

HSCSF

6.2.07

Rothwell Town (H)

HSCF

20.3.07

Woodford Utd (A)

2007/2008 – squad number 20

HSCSF

21.1.08

North’ton Spcr (H)

Sean O’Keefe

Sean O’Keefe

Born 18 June 1989 (Age 17 at debut)

Position: Midfielder

(Diamonds player #244)

Total appearances 3

(3 Hillier Senior Cup)

Debut:

17 October 2006 (Home Cogenhoe United)

Final game:

20 March 2007 (Away Woodford United)

A firey young midfielder with a tough tackling reputation, Sean started his career on the books at Chelsea, Millwall and Watford, before joining Diamonds youth set up prior to the 2004-05 season. He appeared in three County Cup games before leaving the club in May 2007. After failing to make the grade, he decided to turn his back on a footballing career.

Appearances

2006/2007 – squad number N/A

HSC1

17.10.06

Cogenhoe Utd (H)

HSCQF

31.10.06

Ford Sports (A)

as sub

HSCF

20.3.07

Woodford Utd (A)

as sub

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