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Player Profiles
  Ross Worner
Apps: 107

Squad Number 1. Signed at the start of last season having been released by AFC Wimbledon, his performances saw him voted Player of the Year by the supporters and also earned him the Goalkeeper of the Year accolade at the National Game Awards. He began his career with Woking before joining Charlton, and also played for Aldershot before joining Wimbledon in 2013. After making 50 senior appearances he rejoined Woking on loan for the second half of the 2014-15 season. 

  Kevin Amankwaah
Apps: 112   Goals: 5

Squad Number 2. Signed in September 2014, 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 the 2013-14 season with Salisbury.

  Dean Beckwith
Apps: 83   Goals: 4

Squad Number 4. Experienced centre back who celebrated his second National League South championship last season having also won the league with Eastleigh in 2014, and was named in the divisional team of the year. Began his career with Gillingham before going on to make over 130 appearances for Hereford, winning promotion to the Football League in 2006. He also played for Northampton and Luton before joining Eastleigh in January 2013, and moved to Sutton at the start of last season.

  Afolabi Coker
Apps: 1   Goals: 0

Centre back signed in January. A former Leeds United junior, he was also on the books of Norwich and has played for Lewes and Staines this season.

  Jamie Collins
Apps: 114   Goals: 17

Squad Number 6. Signed at the start of 2015 after being released by Eastleigh, he was appointed captain early last season and named in the National League South team of the year. Originally a youth player with Watford, he then spent four seasons with Havant & Waterlooville, making over 150 appearances and captaining them in the FA Cup run that ended with a game against Liverpool at Anfield. He subsequently played for Hampton & Richmond, Newport, where he featured in the 2010 Conference South success, Aldershot and Forest Green before joining Eastleigh in summer 2013.

  Simon Downer
Apps: 252   Goals: 8

Squad Number 27. Defender who rejoined Sutton for a third spell at the start of last season after spending the previous campaign with Maidenhead.  After initially having a short spell during the 2008-09 season, he was then with Rushden & Diamonds for a season and a half, appearing regularly in the Conference, and returned to Sutton in summer 2010, featuring in the Ryman League championship success the following season. He began his career with Leyton Orient, making 80 Football League appearances, and has also played for Aldershot, Gray and Weymouth. He won the Players Player of the Year award in the 2011-12 season, and made his 200th appearance for the club at the end of September.

  Ben Jefford
Apps: 10   Goals: 1

Squad Number 3. Left back signed in November from Forest Green, for whom he played in the National League play-off final at Wembley last season. Began his career with Reading and has also played for Port Vale and Welling, from where he joined Forest Green early in 2015.

  Louis John
Apps: 64   Goals: 3

Squad Number 5. Defender who was a member of the Sutton reserve and youth teams five seasons ago before joining Crawley, from where he returned on loan in January 2014 before signing on a permanent basis at the start of the following season.Had spells on loan last season at Metropolitan Police and Hemel Hempstead before returning to help Sutton to the championship, and then made his England C debut in June, scoring twice in the 4-3 defeat by Slovakia at Gander Green Lane. Currently on loan at Ebbsfleet.

  Dan Spence
Apps: 67   Goals: 1

Squad Number 17. At home in either full back position, he was signed from Eastleigh in summer 2015. A trainee with Reading before spending 18 months at the Glenn Hoddle Academy in Spain, he played for Woking, Salisbury and Hayes & Yeading before joining Eastleigh, where he was a member of the 2014 Conference South championship squad.

  Nicky Bailey
Apps: 185   Goals: 43

Squad Number 16. A midfielder who began his career as a youngster with Fulham before moving to Sutton, where he graduated through the youth team to make over 100 senior appearances. Joined Barnet in 2004 and helped them to promotion to the Football League, playing over 100 games in three years and earning four England C caps. Moved to Southend for a six figure fee in 2007, before joining Charlton the following year and, after two seasons at the Valley, moving to Middlesbrough for £1.4 million. After playing nearly 100 games on Teesside he joined Millwall, and after a brief second spell at Barnet he rejoined Sutton in January 2016.

  Craig Eastmond
Apps: 82   Goals: 3

Squad Number 15. Midfielder who began his career with Arsenal and was part of the side that won the double of the FA Youth Cup and Premier Academy League in 2009. He made four senior appearances before loan spells at Millwall, Wycombe and Colchester, who he then joined on a permanent basis, making over 50 appearances in all before a brief spell at Yeovil at the end of last season. Signed early last season, he won the Player of the Year and Players Player of the Year awards and was also in the National League South team of the season.

  Bedsente Gomis
Apps: 115   Goals: 15

Squad Number 8. French-born Senegalese midfielder who was signed in September 2014 after being released by Southend, and was voted Player of the Year by the supporters at the end of that season. He made two first team appearances for Southend and has previously played for French clubs US Quevilly and Lens, and in Spain for Puertollano and Almeria. 

  Bradley Hudson-Odoi
Apps: 24   Goals: 4

Squad Number 7. Winger signed in May 2016 from Wealdstone, where he was voted Player of the Season last season after scoring fifteen league and cup goals. Previously with Hereford, Grays and Metropolitan Police, he appeared for Ghana in the 2007 Toulon Under-20 tournament.

  Jack Jebb
Apps: 3   Goals: 0

Midfield player signed in early February.A graduate of the Arsenal Academy who has represented England at Under 16 and Under 17 level, he has more recently played for Stevenage and Newport.

  Adam May
Apps: 20   Goals: 2

Squad Number 12. Midfielder signed on loan at the end of October from Portsmouth, where he was given a professional contract at the start of last season after progressing through the youth ranks.

  Jeffrey Monakana
Apps: 5   Goals: 0

Squad Number 19. Winger who began his career as a youth player with Arsenal before joining Preston, where he made nearly 50 senior appearances. Subsequently moved to Brighton, and played on loan at Crawley, Aberdeen, Mansfield, Carlisle and Bristol Rovers before a spell in Romania earlier this year with FC Voluntari. Signed for Sutton in December.

  Jamie Smith
Apps: 1   Goals: 0

Midfield player who was signed at the beginning of November after two years as a youth player with Walsall.

  Baboye Traore
Apps: 4   Goals: 0

Squad Number 23. Midfielder signed in January after five years with Paris FC, for whom he made nearly 100 appearances.

  Maxime Biamou
Apps: 37   Goals: 8

Squad Number 24. French striker signed at the start of this season, having played in his native country for Yzeure AS and Villemomble.

  Adam Coombes
Apps: 1   Goals: 0

Squad Number 30. Signed from Welling in February, a former Chelsea academy player  who has represented England at Under 16 and Under 17 level. He also played for Notts County and Bromley before moving at the start of this season to Welling, where he averaged better than a goal a game, including a double hat trick against Swindon Supermarine in the FA Cup.

  Roarie Deacon
Apps: 43   Goals: 10

Squad Number 21. A close season signing from Crawley, for whom he made 40 appearances in League Two last season after joing from Stevenage. Previously with Arsenal and Sunderland, he has represented England at Under-19 level.

  Craig Dundas
Apps: 440   Goals: 96

Squad Number 14. 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 who made his 400th appearance for the club in January and finished as leading scorer in the 2012-13 and 2013-14 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 three seasons ago. Had a spell on loan at Tonbridge earlier this season.

  Dan Fitchett
Apps: 108   Goals: 33

Squad Number 10. Striker signed in January 2015 from Aldershot, who he had joined in the summer from Salisbury, last season he became the first player since the 2000-01 season to score over 20 league goals for the club. A regular scorer during his three years at Salisbury, he scored 16 goals at Conference Premier level in the 2013-14 season and featured in the England C squad. He was previously with Wycombe after originally being a youth player at Aldershot. 

  Pape Gueye
Apps: 3   Goals: 0

Squad Number 11. Striker signed in January from French club JA Drancy, who he joined at the start of last season. He has also played in Belgium and Malta.

  Matt Tubbs
Apps: 12   Goals: 3

Squad Number 28. Joined at the beginning of December from Forest Green, for whom he signed at the start of this season, although he had more recently been on loan at Woking. A prolific scorer who came to prominence with Salisbury, scoring over 100 goals before joining Crawley, where 49 goals in 65 games helped them in to the Football League and earned an £800,000 move to Bournemouth. After three years with Bournemouth he joined Portsmouth at the start of last season, although he finished the campaign on loan at Eastleigh. He has also scored twice in two games for England C, and scored on his Sutton debut in the FA Cup win over Cheltenham.

  Tommy Wright
Apps: 23   Goals: 3

Squad Number 20. Young striker who gained a place in the first team squad last season after impressing in the pre-season friendlies, having played Hampshire Premier League football for Otterbourne two seasons ago

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