Aldershot Town (home), Pre-season friendly
Tuesday 29th July, KO 7.45
 

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Player Profiles


  Alan Julian

Goalkeeper
Apps: 0

A close season signing from Dartford, where he was a regular in the Conference Premier Division last season. Previously played over 200 games for Stevenage and Gillingham, and was capped at Under-21 level by Northern Ireland.

  Tom Lovelock

Goalkeeper
Apps: 71

Goalkeeper signed at the start of last season after being released by Leyton Orient, where he had progressed from the youth team, and after a loan spell at Concord Rangers he returned to establish himself as first choice keeper and win the Ralph Carr Memorial Trophy as the Young Player of the Year.

  Charlie Clough

Defender
Apps: 39   Goals: 3

Commanding centre back signed in September from Dorchester, where he won two Player of the Year awards last season. Began his career with Bristol Rovers, making his Football League debut as a 17-year-old, and has also played for Newport, Weymouth and Bath.

  Louis John

Defender
Apps: 16   Goals: 0

Defender who was a member of the Sutton reserve and youth teams three seasons ago before joining Crawley, from where he returned in January on loan until the end of the season.

  Matt Lockwood

Defender
Apps: 0   Goals: 0

Signed in June in a player-coach role after four seasons with Dundee, including one in the Scottish Premier League. He previously made over 300 appearances in a nine year spell with Leyton Orient, three times being named in a PFA Divisional Team of the Year, and has also played for Bristol Rovers, Nottingham Forest, Colchester and Barnet. 

  Isaac Philpott

Defender
Apps: 2   Goals: 0

A regular member of the reserve side that has enjoyed such success this season, he made an impressive senior debut during the Easter programme.

  Will Spetch

Defender
Apps: 6   Goals: 0

Highly rated defender signed in March from Poole Town, where he progressed from the youth team. Voted Player of the Year at Poole by the supporters and the players last season, his performances attracted the attention of several Football League clubs.

  Kane Haysman

Midfielder
Apps: 33   Goals: 4

Attacking midfielder who is a member of the Development Squad at Gillingham, making his Football League debut at the end of last season, and joined Sutton on work experience in September.

  Claudiu Hoban

Midfielder
Apps: 0   Goals: 0

Romanian-born winger who joined the club in the summer after playing for Tamworth last season. A former junior with Leicester City, he has also played for Kettering, Daventry and Histon.

  Lee Sawyer

Midfielder
Apps: 26   Goals: 0

Midfielder signed in December after being released by Woking, who he joined in summer 2012. A former Chelsea youth and reserve player, he has also played for Southend and Barnet, and represented England ay Under 16, Under 18 and Under 19 level.

  Dammy Shitta

Midfielder
Apps: 11   Goals: 0

Midfielder signed at the beginning of January having played at Under 21 level for Millwall last season and also had a spell on loan at Ebbsfleet.

  Michael Spillane

Midfielder
Apps: 13   Goals: 1

Republic of Ireland Under-21 international who was signed in March having started the season with Cambridge United. A midfielder who can also play at right back, he began his career with Norwich and after a loan spell with Luton, winning the Football League Trophy with them at Wembley, he has subsequently played for Brentford, Dagenham & Redbridge and Southend.

  Ricky Wellard

Midfielder
Apps: 0   Goals: 0

A close season signing from Salisbury, where he appeared regularly in the Conference Premier Division last season. Began his career with Ashford Town (Middlesex) before moving to AFC Wimbledon, for whom he made over 80 appearances. He has also played for Cambridge United.

  Dale Binns

Striker
Apps: 49   Goals: 4

Left winger who was signed from Eastleigh during the close season. A member of the Woking side who won the Conference South championship two seasons ago, he also won promotion with Lewes in 2008 and includes Hendon, Hayes & Yeading and Stevenage among his former clubs.

  Ben Cheklit

Striker
Apps: 2   Goals: 0

Former Barnet Under-18 striker who joined the club at the start of this season and whose twelve goals at reserve team level earned him a first team chance at the start of April.

  Craig Dundas

Striker
Apps: 309   Goals: 80

Powerfully built striker who rejoined the club in summer 2010 after a season with Hampton & Richmond. First signed from Carshalton in November 2007, having previously played for Dulwich and Croydon, he ended that season being voted Player of the Year by the Football Club and the supporters. His performances helping Sutton to the Ryman League title won him the Football Club award again in 2011, when he was also voted Players Player of the Year, and in finishing as leading scorer last season, when he made his 250th appearance and scored his 50th goal for the club, he won all four Player of the Year trophies available to him.

  Jessy Reindorf

Striker
Apps: 0   Goals: 0

Striker signed in the summer who finished last season with Tamworth, scoring four goals in eight games having previously played for Bury, for whom he scored in the League Cup against Norwich last season. Born in France, he is a full international for Rwanda, for whom he has played in World Cup qualifiers.

  Jamie Taylor

Striker
Apps: 44   Goals: 15

A close season signing from Lincoln City, where he was leading scorer last season. First came with Horsham, scoring 105 goals in 135 games over two spells, and he has also played for Aldershot, AFC Wimbledon, Grays, Woking, Dagenham & Redbridge and Eastbourne Borough, from where he joined Lincoln two years ago. He had a month on loan at Eastbourne Borough either side of Christmas.

  Marvin Williams

Striker
Apps: 52   Goals: 14

Striker who scored a hat-trick against Sutton for Salisbury two seasons ago and after starting last season with Eastleigh he joined Sutton in October, scoring eight goals in nine games in April to win the Conference South Player of the Month award . He began his career with Millwall, making over 50 senior appearances, and also played in the Football League for Yeovil, Brentford and Torquay before a spell with Swedish side Ostersunds FK. He joined Salisbury last season after a spell with Hemel Hempstead.


Management Profiles

  Paul Doswell
Manager
Appointed in May 2008, he joined the club after enjoying great success with Eastleigh, with whom he gained three consecutive promotions to guide them from the Wessex League to Blue Square South, and won the BBC South Sports Personality of the Year award in 2006. After reaching the play-offs in his first two seasons at Sutton he guided them to the Ryman League title in 2011 and the Blue Square South play-offs the following season, when he was voted Clubman of the Year.

  Micky Stephens
Assistant Manager
A Sutton United legend who made over 550 appearances for the club between 1977 and 1996, featuring in two Isthmian championship teams and also playing in the FA Cup victory against Coventry in 1989. He was also capped by England at semi-professional level. Rejoined the club as scout in 2008 after Paul Doswell’s arrival, and was appointed assistant manager at the end of March 2013.
  Peter Beadle
Head Coach
Joined the club in the summer from Hereford United, where he had finished last season as caretaker-manager and guided them out of the Conference Premier Division relegation zone on the last day of the season. He was previously director of youth football, seeing the youth team reach the 4th round of the FA Youth Cup before losing to Manchester City, and prior to that worked in West Bromwich Albion's development centre and managed Newport County for three seasons. As a player he made over 400 appearances, half of them with Bristol City and Bristol Rovers, while other clubs included Gillingham, Port Vale and Notts County.
  Jamie Lawrence

Coach

Appointed to the coaching staff in February 2014, a Jamaican international who won 24 caps and made nearly 300 Football League appearances during his career, over half of them with Bradford City. He also included Sunderland, Leicester, Doncaster, Walsall and Brentford among his Football League clubs as a player, while at non-league level he played for Harrow Borough, Margate and Ashford Town, where he was also manager.
  Bob Childs

Physio

To follow.
  Catherine Chambers

Assistant Physio

To follow.
  Clive Baxter

Kitman

To follow.
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