Jerry Nash

Jerry Nash

Born 18 July 1994 (Age 16 at debut)

Position: Midfielder

(Diamonds player #365)

Total appearances 1

(1 Hillier Senior Cup)

Debut & Final game:

12 January 2011 (Home Brackley Town)

Another product of the Youth set up at Nene Park, the creative midfielder was a first year scholar when he made his debut for Diamonds when he was came on as a first-half substitute in the Hillier Cup game against Brackley Town on 12 January 2011.

Following the demise of Diamonds and a year to go with his scholarship, Jerry joined the youth set-up at Luton Town for the 2011/2012 season and made his first team debut in the FA Trophy tie at Hinckley United in January 2012. On 31 August 2012, Jerry joined Southern League Division One Central side Leighton Town on work experience. He was released at the end of his scholarship in the summer of 2013, and signed for Southern Premier side Bedford Town on 3 July 2013. Whilst studying in the Nottingham area he joined Basford Town, helping them to promotion in 2017-18 before moving to Matlock Town in June 2018, but after a short spell there he moved on to AFC Mansfield in September 2018.

Appearances

2010/2011 – squad number =

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12.1.11

Brackley Town (H)

as sub

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Michael Gash

Michael Gash

Born 9 March 1986 (Age 24 at debut)

Position: Forward

(Diamonds player #359)

Total appearances 19 – 6 goals

(18 League, 1 Hillier Senior Cup)

Debut:

1 January 2011 (Away Luton Town)

Final game:

2 April 2011 (Away Mansfield Town)

Michael was born in Germany and started his career with Cambridge City. After a move to Cambridge United in 2006, he returned to City a year later and struck 27 goals in the 2007/2008 season. He then moved to Ebbsfleet United in the summer of 2008, and scored some 13 goals for the Fleet in his one season at Stonebridge Road. His impressive strike rate earned him a £55,000 transfer move to York City at the start of the 2009/2010 season, but fitness and injury problems restricted his appearances during his first season at Bootham Crescent. He won an England C cap whilst with York, and arrived at Nene Park on 1 January 2011 on a loan deal until the end of the season, making his debut the same day at Luton Town. He scored his first goal for Diamonds at Newport County three weeks later.

He scored four goals in the home game against Bath City, but a toe injury against Mansfield Town resulted in him missing the final seven games of the season, and he returned to York, only to be released at the end of the season. On 30 June 2011, Michael signed a one year deal with Cambridge United, which was later extended for another season in May 2012. On 17 August 2012, he went out on loan with fellow Conference side Braintree Town, before returning after one month. On 4 March 2013, Michael joined Kidderminster Harriers, initially on a loan deal until the end of the season, and the move was made permanent on 1 May 2013, when he signed  a two year deal. He left the Harriers at the start of 2015, joining Barnet, but after some success there a serious injury meant he missed much of the 2016-17 season. He joined Kings Lynn Town in July 2017. His Wikipedia entry is here.

Michael Gash v Bath City

Appearances

2010/2011 – squad number 30

Conf

1.1.11

Luton Town (A)

Conf

3.1.11

Kettering Town (H)

Conf

8.1.11

Altrincham (H)

HSC2

12.1.11

Brackley Town (H)

Conf

18.1.11

Hayes&Yeading(A)

Conf

22.1.11

Newport Co (A)

1 goal

Conf

29.1.11

Tamworth (H)

Conf

1.2.11

Cambridge U (H)

Conf

5.2.11

Cambridge U (A)

Conf

12.2.11

Gateshead (H)

Conf

22.2.11

Eastbourne B (H)

Conf

1.3.11

Bath City (H)

4 goals

Conf

5.3.11

Hayes&Yeading(H)

1 goal

Conf

8.3.11

Forest Green (H)

Conf

12.3.11

Wrexham (A)

Conf

19.3.11

Southport (H)

Conf

22.3.11

Luton Town (H)

Conf

26.3.11

AFC Wimbledon(A)

Conf

2.4.11

Mansfield Town (A)

Lewis Wilson

Lewis Wilson

Born 19 February 1993 (Age 17 at debut)

Position: Midfielder

(Diamonds player #358)

Total appearances 2

(2 Hillier Senior Cup)

Debut:

12 October 2010 (Home Daventry United)

Final game:

12 January 2011 (Home Brackley Town)

Lewis was a striker from Milton Keynes who was scouted whilst playing for Newport Pagnell Town at the end of the 2008/2009 season, and taken on by Diamonds youth team after a successful trial. He is a natural goalscorer with quick feet, and can play wide midfielder as well as up front. During his time as a first year scholar he was a regular for the Under 18s in the Football Combination Youth Alliance – Midland Division, scoring 16 goals and hee moved into the second year of the scheme for the 2010/2011 season.

Lewis Wilson

On 12 October 2010, he made his first appearance at first team level when he appeared as a substitute in the Hillier Senior Cup win over Daventry United. He had work experience spells with Northampton Spencer, before playing for Newport Pagnell Town. He also helped Diamonds Youth Team reach the Final of the Midland Youth Cup. At the end of his scholarship, he joined UCL side Newport Pagnell Town on a permanent basis in July 2011. After some 7 goals in 12 games since November 2011, he attracted the attention of League Two side Northampton Town, and joined the Cobblers on 31 January 2012 on a deal until the end of the season.  On 23 November 2012, Lewis joined Southern League Premier side Kettering Town on a loan deal until 2 January 2013 and scored 7 goals in 8 appearances for the Poppies before returning to the Cobblers on 3 January 2013. After being on the bench for several Northampton Town games, Lewis rejoined Kettering Town on 8 February 2013, on loan until 31 March. His loan was however cut short on 18 March, when he was recalled by the Cobblers, and he went out on a further loan the following day to Conference North side Bishops Stortford, until the end of the season. On his return to the Cobblers however, Lewis was released on 21 May 2013. On 13 August 2013, Lewis joined Southern League Division One Central side Kettering Town. After an approach from Conference South side Whitehawk, he joined them during early-October 2013, but he struggled with the travellling to the South Coast side. On 24 October 2013, Lewis joined Southern Premier side St.Neots Town, later dual signing for UCL Division One side St.Neots Town Saints. He left at the end of the season, and joined Conference North side Oxford City on 3 July 2014. Lewis went on a one month loan deal to Southern Division One Central side Kettering Town on 26 September 2014. Since then he has been with St Neots Town and Oxford City before joining Arlesey Town. He joined AFC Rushden & Diamonds in October 2016, and after 13 games for the club during the 2016-17 season he moved to St Neots Town in March 2017. He joined Cambridge City for the start of the 2017-18 season. He started the following season at Stratford Town.

Appearances

2010/2011 – squad number =

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12.10.10

Daventry Utd (H)

as sub

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12.1.11

Brackley Town (H)

as sub

Aaron King

Aaron King

Born 18 December 1992 (Age 17 at debut)

Position: Midfielder

(Diamonds player #356)

Total appearances 4

(1 League, 1 FA Trophy, 2 Hillier Senior Cup)

Debut:

12 October 2010 (Home Daventry United)

Final game:

12 January 2011 (Home Brackley Town)

Aaron joined the Diamonds Youth Development at the age of 11, moving into the Centre of Excellence in his Under 13 year where he continued through to Under 16 level. After his excellent progress, he was scouted by Liverpool and after a successful trial with the Reds, he was offered a two-year scholarship at Anfield, signing for them in June 2009. Aaron began his scholarship on 6 July 2009, becoming the third player in the last two seasons to move from Rushden & Diamonds Youth System to a Premiership club. During his time in the North-West however, he struggled with injury and rejoined the Diamonds in October 2010, still aged 17.

On 12 October 2010, he made his first appearance at first team level when he played in the Hillier Senior Cup win over Daventry United. He was given a place in the First Team squad during November 2010, and made his first appearance in the Conference as a substitute at Luton Town on 1 January 2011. He went on to make another two appearances. Towards the end of January 2011, he went on work experience with Barton Rovers of the Southern League Midland Division. Aaron spent some time with Southern League Division One Central side Woodford United during the 2011/2012 season, before signing for rival side Daventry Town in June 2012. In January 2013 he joined UCL Division One side AFC Rushden & Diamonds, playing for his former youth team manager at R&DFC, Mark Starmer. Aaron scored 8 times in 52 appearances for Diamonds, but on 7 March 2014, he signed for Southern League Division One Central side Rugby Town, making his debut the following day. He left at the end of the season, signing for Southern Division One Central side Bedford Town on 10 June 2014. before moving on to Northampton Sileby Rangers and then back to Daventry Town before joining Woodford United prior to the 2015/16 season. He was back with Daventry Town for the 2016/17 season in UCL Division One. He then signed for Winslow United in 2017/18 before signing for Aylesbury FC ahead of the 2018/19 season, although he continued to play for Winslow United at the start of that season.

Appearances

2010/2011 – squad number 28

HSC1

12.10.10

Daventry Utd (H)

as sub

Conf

1.1.11

Luton Town (A)

as sub

FAT1r

11.1.11

Eastwood Tn (A)

as sub

HSC2

12.1.11

Brackley Town (H)

Max Porter

Max Porter

Born 29 June 1987 (Age 22 at debut)

Position: Midfielder

(Diamonds player #325)

Total appearances 96 – 8 goals

(88 League, 5 FA Cup, 3 FA Trophy))

Debut:

8 August 2009 (Home Salisbury City)

Final game:

30 April 2011 (Away Darlington)

Max started his career with Southend United’s youth team, and joined Conference side Cambridge United in November 2005. He made his debut the following month, and played some nine games for them that season. He was released in the summer however, and joined Bishop Stortford for the 2006/2007 season. In July 2007, he signed for League Two side Barnet and played some 66 games for the Bees over the following two years. Max signed for Diamonds on 27 May 2009 on a one year deal.

Max Porter Mansfield

He made his Diamonds debut on 8 August 2009 as a substitute in the 2-0 defeat by Salisbury City at Nene Park and scored his first goal on 6 March 2010 to give the Diamonds a 1-0 victory at Tamworth. He then went on to score in both of the following two games. During his first season at Nene Park, he was almost an “ever-present” in the Diamonds side with 45 appearances in the Conference, 50 overall in all Competitions, and scored four goals.

Max Porter Tamworth

Max played many of those at central midfield, but also deputised as a wing back when required. His efforts saw him also getting call ups to the England C side where he has faced the Republic of Ireland U23, The East of Scotland League XI, and Poland U23, scoring the decisive goal against Ireland, and he was also on the scoresheet against the East of Scotland. After a successful first season with the club, he signed to remain at Nene Park for the 2010/2011 season and won further England C caps, and captained the side in their victory in Estonia that sealed qualification from the Group Stage of the International Challenge Trophy. He went on to captain the England C team as they reached the final of the International Challenge Tournament before leaving the club at the end of the Season, moving to AFC Wimbledon on 2 June 2011 following their promotion to the Football League. Max was expected to leave during January 2012, but an ankle injury meant he was unable to secure a deal elsewhere. Following his recovery, he went on an end of season loan to Newport County on 1 March 2012, joining his former boss Justin Edinburgh. On returning to Wimbledon in May 2012, he was released and signed a one-year deal with Newport County on 29 June 2012. A persistent groin injury kept him sidelined in January 2013, missing the remainder of the season, but he agreed a further one year deal with the club in April 2013, and again for the following season. Max suffered a further groin injury on 8 July 2014 during a pre-season game, keeping him out for another six weeks.

He left Newport after helping them win promotion to League 2, moving to Bromley in May 2015, staying there for just over a season before joining Chelmsford City, where he now also has a coaching role. His Wikipedia page is here.

 

Appearances

2009/2010 – squad number 4

Conf

8.8.09

Salisbury City (H)

as sub

Conf

11.8.09

York City (A)

Conf

15.8.09

Eastbourne B (A)

Conf

18.8.09

Hayes&Yeading(H)

Coinf

22.8.09

Forest Green (H)

Conf

29.8.09

Stevenage Boro(A)

Conf

31.8.09

Cambridge Utd (H)

Conf

5.9.09

Barrow (A)

Conf

8.9.09

Ebbsfleet Utd (A)

Conf

12.9.09

Grays Athletic (H)

Conf

19.9.09

Mansfield Tn (H)

as sub

Conf

22.9.09

Gateshead (A)

Conf

26.9.09

Crawley Tn (A)

as sub

Conf

3.10.09

Altrincham (H)

as sub

Conf

17.10.09

Tamworth (H)

FAC4q

24.10.09

Workington (A)

Conf

31.10.09

Luton Town (A)

FAC1

7.11.09

Hinckley Utd (A)

Conf

14.11.09

Histon (H)

Conf

21.11.09

Salisbury City (A)

Conf

24.11.09

Cambridge Utd (A)

FAC2

28.11.09

Brighton&HA (A)

Conf

1.12.09

York City (H)

Conf

5.12.09

Forest Green (A)

FAT1

12.12.09

Billericay Tn (H)

Conf

28.12.09

Kidderminster (H)

FAT2

19.1.10

Workington (A)

Conf

23.1.10

Barrow (H)

as sub

Conf

26.1.10

Wrexham (H)

as sub

Conf

30.1.10

Hayes&Yeading(A)

Conf

6.2.10

Grays Athletic (A)

Conf

9.2.10

Eastbourne B (H)

Conf

13.2.10

Stevenage Boro(H)

Conf

16.2.10

Oxford Utd (A)

as sub

Conf

27.2.10

Kettering Tn (H)

Conf

3.3.10

Histon (A)

Conf

6.3.10

Tamworth (A)

1 goal

Conf

13.3.10

Gateshead (H)

1 goal

Conf

20.3.10

Altrincham (A)

1 goal

Conf

24.3.10

Oxford Utd (H)

Conf

27.3.10

AFC Wimbledon(A)

Conf

30.3.10

Kettering Tn (A)

Conf

2.4.10

Crawley Tn (H)

Conf

5.4.10

Kidderminster (A)

1 goal

Conf

10.4.10

Ebbsfleet Utd (H)

Conf

13.4.10

Mansfield Tn (A)

as sub

Conf

17.4.10

Wrexham (A)

as sub

Conf

24.4.10

Luton Tn (H)

POSF1

29.4.10

Oxford Utd (H)

POSF2

3.5.10

Oxford Utd (A)

2010/2011 – squad number 4

Conf

14.8.10

Fleetwood Tn (H)

Conf

17.8.10

Bath City (A)

1 goal

Conf

21.8.10

Barrow (A)

Conf

24.8.10

AFC Wimbledon(H)

Conf

28.8.10

Grimsby Town (H)

1 goal

Conf

30.8.10

Kettering Town (A)

Conf

4.9.10

York City (A)

Conf

11.9.10

Newport Co (H)

Conf

18.9.10

Southport (A)

Conf

21.9.10

Histon (H)

Conf

26.9.10

Crawley Town (H)

Conf

29.9.10

Eastbourne B (A)

Conf

2.10.10

Altrincham (A)

Conf

5.10.10

Darlington (H)

Conf

9.10.10

Mansfield Tn (H)

Conf

16.10.10

Tamworth (A)

FAC4q

23.10.10

Kettering Town (A)

Conf

30.10.10

Barrow (H)

1 goal

FAC1

6.11.10

Yeovil Town (H)

Conf

9.11.10

Kidderminster (A)

Conf

13.11.10

Fleetwood Tn (A)

Conf

20.11.10

York City (H)

Conf

27.11.10

Forest Green (A)

Conf

3.1.11

Kettering Town (H)

Conf

8.1.11

Altrincham (H)

FAT1r

11.1.11

Eastwood Tn (A)

Conf

18.1.11

Hayes&Yeading(A)

Conf

22.1.11

Newport Co (A)

Conf

29.1.11

Tamworth (H)

Conf

1.2.11

Cambridge U (H)

Conf

5.2.11

Cambridge U (A)

Conf

12.2.11

Gateshead (H)

Conf

22.2.11

Eastbourne B (H)

Conf

1.3.11

Bath City (H)

Conf

8.3.11

Forest Green (H)

Conf

12.3.11

Wrexham (A)

Conf

19.3.11

Southport (H)

1 goal

Conf

22.3.11

Luton Town (H)

Conf

26.3.11

AFC Wimbledon(A)

Conf

2.4.11

Mansfield Town (A)

Conf

5.4.11

Histon (A)

Conf

9.4.11

Wrexham (H)

Conf

13.4.11

Grimsby Town (A)

Conf

16.4.11

Gateshead (A)

Conf

22.4.11

Crawley Town (A)

Conf

30.4.11

Darlington (A)

Aaron O’Connor

Aaron O’Connor

Born 9 August 1983 (Age 25 at debut)

Position: Forward

(Diamonds player #321)

Total appearances 84 – 29 goals

(76 League, 5 FA Cup, 3 FA Trophy)

Debut:

8 August 2009 (Home Salisbury City)

Final game:

30 April 2011 (Away Darlington)

Aaron started his career at Ilkeston Town, before making a number of appearances for Scunthorpe United reserves. He joined them on a non-contract basis in November 2002, but his stay at the Iron did not go well and he was released by manager Brian Laws blaming a poor attitude. He started the following season with Nuneaton Borough, but re-joined Ilkeston Town after only a few games. On 15 July 2004, he joined rivals Gresley Rovers where he became a prolific goalscorer, and in 127 games over a three year period, scored some 80 goals, picking up numerous awards along the way.

He very nearly signed for Diamonds in June 2006, having a trial period under manager Paul Hart, and playing in some of the pre-season friendlies, but he returned to Gresley Rovers. In January 2007, he joined Conference side Grays Athletic, managed by Justin Edinburgh, spending 1½ seasons at the club. In August 2008, he moved to Mansfield Town, where he spent the following season, before joining Diamonds on 30 June 2009.

Aaron O'Connor Mansfield New Strip

He made his Diamonds debut on 8 August 2009, missing the chance to score on his debut from the penalty spot as Diamonds lost 0-2 against Salisbury City at Nene Park. He scored his debut goal for the club two weeks later against Forest Green Rovers. During the 2009/10 season Aaron scored a total of 15 goals in all competitions, which made him joint-top scorer for the club in that category. After a successful season as Diamonds’ captain in 2010/2011 where again, he was top goal-scorer, he also picked up the Sponsors’ Player of the Season award, the Diamond Minors Player of the Season award and the Supporters’ Player of the Season awards.

Aaron O'Connor at Kettering

Following uncertainty at Diamonds during the summer of 2011, he was released and joined Luton Town on 6 June 2011 on a two-year deal. After just one season with the Hatters however, he was re-united with former Diamonds Manager Justin Edinburgh at Newport County and played in a pre-season friendly against Bristol Rovers, before signing officially for the club on 25 July 2012. His 19 goals in 41 appearances guided the Welsh side to promotion into the Football League via the Wembley Play-Off Final and he was rewarded on 20 May 2013, with a two year contract. He was released by the Welsh Club at the end of his contract in 2015, and he joined Forest Green Rovers prior to the start of the 2015-16 season. In February 2016 he joined Stevenage after a short loan spell, before moving to Kettering Town in September 2016. His Wikipedia entry is here.

Appearances

2009/2010 – squad number 7

Conf

8.8.09

Salisbury City (H)

Conf

11.8.09

York City (A)

Conf

15.8.09

Eastbourne B (A)

Conf

18.8.09

Hayes&Yeading(H)

Coinf

22.8.09

Forest Green (H)

as sub

1 goal

Conf

29.8.09

Stevenage Boro(A)

Conf

31.8.09

Cambridge Utd (H)

Conf

5.9.09

Barrow (A)

as sub

Conf

8.9.09

Ebbsfleet Utd (A)

as sub

Conf

12.9.09

Grays Athletic (H)

Conf

19.9.09

Mansfield Tn (H)

Conf

3.10.09

Altrincham (H)

Conf

17.10.09

Tamworth (H)

as sub

1 goal

FAC4q

24.10.09

Workington (A)

1 goal

Conf

31.10.09

Luton Town (A)

FAC1

7.11.09

Hinckley Utd (A)

2 goals

Conf

21.11.09

Salisbury City (A)

as sub

2 goals

Conf

24.11.09

Cambridge Utd (A)

FAC2

28.11.09

Brighton&HA (A)

1 goal

Conf

1.12.09

York City (H)

Conf

5.12.09

Forest Gn Rvrs(A)

FAT1

12.12.09

Billericay Tn (H)

1 goal

Conf

28.12.09

Kidderminster (H)

Conf

26.1.10

Wrexham (H)

as sub

Conf

30.1.10

Hayes&Yeading(A)

1 goal

Conf

6.2.10

Grays Athletic (A)

1 goal

Conf

9.2.10

Eastbourne B (H)

Conf

13.2.10

Stevenage Boro(H)

Conf

16.2.10

Oxford Utd (A)

Conf

27.2.10

Kettering Tn (H)

Conf

3.3.10

Histon (A)

Conf

6.3.10

Tamworth (A)

Conf

13.3.10

Gateshead (H)

Conf

20.3.10

Altrincham (A)

as sub

Conf

24.3.10

Oxford Utd (H)

as sub

Conf

27.3.10

Wimbledon (A)

Conf

30.3.10

Kettering Tn (A)

Conf

2.4.10

Crawley Tn (H)

as sub

Conf

5.4.10

Kidderminster (A)

Conf

10.4.10

Ebbsfleet Utd (H)

2 goals

Conf

13.4.10

Mansfield Tn (A)

1 goal

Conf

17.4.10

Wrexham (A)

1 goal

POSF1

29.4.10

Oxford Utd (H)

POSF2

3.5.10

Oxford Utd (A)

2010/2011 – squad number 8

Conf

4.9.10

York City (A)

as sub

Conf

11.9.10

Newport Co (H)

Conf

18.9.10

Southport (A)

1 goal

Conf

21.9.10

Histon (H)

1 goal

Conf

26.9.10

Crawley Town (H)

Conf

29.9.10

Eastbourne B (A)

Conf

2.10.10

Altrincham (A)

1 goal

Conf

5.10.10

Darlington (H)

1 goal

Conf

9.10.10

Mansfield Tn (H)

Conf

16.10.10

Tamworth (A)

FAC4q

23.10.10

Kettering Town (A)

Conf

30.10.10

Barrow (H)

1 goal

FAC1

6.11.10

Yeovil Town (H)

Conf

9.11.10

Kidderminster (A)

Conf

13.11.10

Fleetwood Tn (A)

1 goal

Conf

20.11.10

York City (H)

Conf

27.11.10

Forest Green (A)

1 goal

FAT1

11.12.10

Eastwood Tn (H)

Conf

1.1.11

Luton Town (A)

Conf

3.1.11

Kettering Town (H)

Conf

8.1.11

Altrincham (H)

1 goal

FAT1r

11.1.11

Eastwood Tn (A)

Conf

18.1.11

Hayes&Yeading(A)

Conf

22.1.11

Newport Co (A)

1 goal

Conf

29.1.11

Tamworth (H)

Conf

1.2.11

Cambridge U (H)

Conf

5.2.11

Cambridge U (A)

1 goal

Conf

12.2.11

Gateshead (H)

Conf

22.2.11

Eastbourne B (H)

Conf

1.3.11

Bath City (H)

Conf

5.3.11

Hayes&Yeading (H)

Conf

8.3.11

Forest Green (H)

Conf

2.4.11

Mansfield Town (A)

1 goal

Conf

5.4.11

Histon (A)

1 goal

Conf

9.4.11

Wrexham (H)

1 goal

Conf

13.4.11

Grimsby Town (A)

Conf

16.4.11

Gateshead (A)

Conf

22.4.11

Crawley Town (A)

Conf

25.4.11

Kidderminster H (H)

1 goal

Conf

30.4.11

Darlington (A)

Yannick Bolasie

Yannick Bolasie

Born 24 May 1989 (Age 19 at debut)

Position: Midfielder

(Diamonds player #310)

Total appearances 10

(7 League, 3 FA Trophy)

Debut:

22 November 2008 (Home Eastbourne Borough)

Final game:

10 January 2009 (Away Torquay United)

Yannick was born in Kinshasa, the capital of the Democratic Republic of Congo, and his family moved to England when he was seven months old. His father had played international football for the Democratic Republic of Congo and his cousin is former Newcastle and Portsmouth player Lomano LuaLua. He was brought up in London, but his football career began at the age of 16 with Diamonds youth set up. He only spent around four months with Diamonds before moving to Hillingdon Borough and then to Maltese side Floriana in the summer of 2007. He returned to the UK, and had a successful trial with Plymouth Argyle signing a two year contract despite offers from Austrian side Sturm Graz and German club Hoffenheim.

Yannick joined Diamonds on 21st November 2008 on loan from Plymouth until January 2009 and he made his Diamonds debut in the 2-0 win over Eastbourne Borough the following day. His loan period was extended for a further month at the start of January 2009 but he returned to Plymouth on 22nd January.

Yannick Bolasie slides in to tackle Scott Laird

He immediately went out on loan again, this time to Barnet where he remained until the end of the season. He returned to Barnet at the start of the 2009/2010 season for a half season loan, returning to Plymouth Argyle on 8 January 2010. On 6 June 2011, he was transferred to Championship side Bristol City for an undisclosed fee. After just 1 goal in 25 games during the season, mainly as a substitute, Yannick handed in a transfer request and joined Championship side Crystal Palace for an undisclosed fee on 24 August 2012 on a three year deal. He helped the Eagles to gain promotion to the Premier League in 2014. He moved to Everton early in the 2016-17 season but picked up a serious injury three months later. He returned at the end of the 2017-18 season, but was then allowed to go on a season long loan with Aston Villa in the Championship for the 2018-19 season. His Wikipedia page is here.

Appearances

2008/2009 – squad number 32

Conf

22.11.08

Eastbourne B(H)

Conf

29.11.08

Altrincham (A)

Conf

6.12.08

Barrow (H)

Conf

9.12.08

Woking (A)

FAT1

13.12.08

Newport Co (A)

FAT1r

16.12.08

Newport Co (H)

as sub

Conf

20.12.08

Northwich Vic (H)

as sub

Conf

26.12.08

Stevenage B (A)

as sub

Conf

1.1.09

Stevenage B (H)

FAT2

10.1.09

Torquay Utd (A)

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