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Player Profiles

  Alan Julian

Apps: 13

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

Apps: 88

Goalkeeper in his third season with the club, having joined after being released by Leyton Orient, where he had progressed from the youth team. He finished his first season as first choice keeper and won the Ralph Carr Trophy for the Young Player of the Year.

  Kevin Amankwaah

Apps: 12   Goals: 0

Signed in September, an experienced defender who began his career with Bristol City, making over 50 appearances, before going on to appear for Yeovil, Swansea, Swindon, Burton, Rochdale, Exeter and Northampton, playing over 200 games in all before finishing last season with Salisbury.

  Charlie Clough

Apps: 69   Goals: 6

Commanding centre back and team captain signed in September 2013 from Dorchester, where he won two Player of the Year awards the previous season, and finished last season with the same accolade at Sutton as well as being named in the Conference South team of the 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.

  Shaun Cooper

Apps: 7   Goals: 0

Centre back who was signed in October having left Torquay in the summer. A graduate of the youth team at Portsmouth who went on to have loan spells at Leyton Orient and Kidderminster before joining Bournemouth, where he made over 200 appearances in a seven year stay. Subsequently played for Crawley before returning to Portsmouth, then joined Torquay at the beginning of 2014.

  Jack Evans

Apps: 20   Goals: 2

Full back signed on the eve of the new season having played in the Conference for Tamworth last season. A former Gillingham trainee who graduated to the first team, he also had loan spells at Corby and Dartford.

  Callum Hart

Apps: 14   Goals: 0

Defender signed in the summer after three seasons with Salisbury. He began his career with Bristol City before joining Bournemouth, for whom he made nearly 50 appearances, and has subsequently played for Weymouth, Farnborough, Bath and Weston-super-Mare.

  Louis John

Apps: 28   Goals: 2

Defender who was a member of the Sutton reserve and youth teams four seasons ago before joining Crawley, from where he returned in January on loan until the end of the season, before joining on a permanent basis at the start of this season.Currently on loan at Lewes.

  Jordan Oldershaw

Apps: 1   Goals: 0

Centre back who has been a mainstay of the defence in the successful reserve side over the last two seasons and who made his senior debut in the Surrey Senior Cup at South Park.

  Harry Osborne

Apps: 9   Goals: 0

Right-sided defender who was re-signed in November on loan from Charlton, where he was a member of the successful Development Squad two seasons ago and has captained the Under 21 side this season. He has had two previous loan spells with the club last season and earlier in this campaign.

  Dale Binns

Apps: 58   Goals: 5

Left winger who was signed from Eastleigh in summer 2013. A member of the Woking side who won the Conference South championship three seasons ago, he also won promotion with Lewes in 2008 and includes Hendon, Hayes & Yeading and Stevenage among his former clubs.

  Bedsente Gomis

Apps: 10   Goals: 1

French-born Senegalese midfielder who was signed in September after being released by Southend, for whom he made two senior appearances. He has previously played for French clubs US Quevilly and Lens, and in Spain for Puertollano and Almeria.

  Brandon Johnson

Apps: 2   Goals: 0

A graduate from the youth team who has been with the club since the 2010-11 season and captained the reserves to a clean sweep of trophies last season.

  Warren Morgan

Apps: 1   Goals: 0

A regular member of the successful reserve side since 2012 who made his senior debut at South Park in the Surrey Senior Cup.

  Glen Southam

Apps: 14   Goals: 4

Midfielder signed at the beginning of September having started the season with Chelmsford. He came to prominence making over 100 appearances for Bishops Stortford before joining Dagenham & Redbridge, for whom he played over 200 games in five years. Subsequently played for Histon, Barnet, Dover and Eastleigh, who he captained to the Conference South championship last season. He has 13 caps for the England C team.

  Michael Spillane

Apps: 42   Goals: 3

Republic of Ireland Under-21 international who was signed in March having started last 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

Apps: 20   Goals: 2

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.

  Dan Wishart

Apps: 5   Goals: 0

Left-sided player signed in November from Hayes & Yeading United, where he was in his second spell having originally progressed through the youth scheme to make over 100 appearances before joining Alfreton at the start of last season. He had loans last season to Margate and Eastleigh, and rejoined Hayes in the summer.

  Nick Bignall

Apps: 9   Goals: 1

Signed at the beginning of September after beginning the season with Basingstoke, who he joined in March. Began his career with Reading, twice top-scoring for the Under 18s, and had loan spells with several clubs before an injury sidelined him for two years.

  Jerson Dos Santos

Apps: 20   Goals: 5

Striker who was a prolific scorer at reserve and youth level and broke in to the first team late in the 2007-08 season, becoming the youngest player to play for the first team for 31 years three months short of his 17th birthday. He then went on to have a brief spell at Crystal Palace before a two-year stay at AFC Wimbledon, and rejoined Sutton in November after playing for Whyteleafe and Staines.

  Craig Dundas

Apps: 337   Goals: 84

Powerfully built player at home in midfield or attack, he 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. Since returning from Hampton he has become a hugely influential and popular player, making his 300th appearance in March and finishing as leading scorer in each of the past two seasons. He has won the Club Player of the Year on two further occasions as well as the Players Player of the Year three times and the supporters award once, and was also named in the Conference South team of the season last season.

  Shaquille Hippolyte-Patrick

Apps: 10   Goals: 1

Striker who scored fifteen goals for the reserves last season and whose continued good form this term earned him a place in the first team squad in October.

  Jo Kuffour

Apps: 4   Goals: 0

Striker signed in September after being released by Wycombe Wanderers at the end of last season. Originally a youth player at Arsenal, where he was a member of the FA Youth Cup winning team in 2000, he went on to play over 450 games in a career that also included Torquay, Brentford, Bristol Rovers and Gillingham, scoring over 100 goals.

  Billy Medlock

Apps: 6   Goals: 4

Signed at the end of October on a dual-registration basis from Tonbridge, who he joined at the start of this season after being leading scorer for Eastbourne Town last season with 26 goals. He has also played for Horsham, Lewes and Eastbourne Borough

  Ollie Sitch

Apps: 1   Goals: 0

The scorer of over 50 goals at reserve and youth level over the past two seasons, he is already in double figures in the reserves this season and made his senior debut in the Surrey Senior Cup at South Park.

  Jamie White

Apps: 4   Goals: 1

Signed from Bristol Rovers in November, a striker who scored on his debut against Bromley. A former Southampton Academy Player of the Year who was unlucky with injury early in his career but who came to prominence with over 50 goals in a season for Wessex League Winchester City three seasons ago. He then joined Salisbury, his goals helping them to promotion from Conference South in 2013, and moved to Bristol Rovers at the start of this season.

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