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2010–11 York City F.C. season

York City
2010–11 season
Chairman Jason McGill
Manager Martin Foyle (until 24 September 2010)
Andy Porter (from 24 September 2010 to 6 October 2010)
Steve Torpey (from 8 October 2010 to 13 October 2010)
Gary Mills (from 13 October 2010)
Ground Bootham Crescent
Conference Premier 8th
FA Cup Third round
(eliminated by Bolton Wanderers)
FA Trophy First round (eliminated by Boston United)
Top goalscorer League: Michael Rankine (12)
All: Michael Rankine (14)
Highest home attendance 3,176 vs Darlington, 27 September 2010
Lowest home attendance 1,318 vs Boston United, FA Trophy first round, 11 December 2010
Average home league attendance 2,485 (League matches only)[1]
Home colours
Away colours

The 2010–11 season was the 89th season of competitive association football and seventh season in the Football Conference played by York City F.C., an English football club based in York, North Yorkshire. Their fifth place finish in the 2009–10 season meant it was their seventh successive season in the Conference Premier. The season covers the period from 1 July 2010 to 30 June 2011.

Ahead of Martin Foyle's second start to a season as manager a number of summer signings were made, including Duane Courtney, David Knight, David McDermott, George Purcell, Jonathan Smith, Peter Till and Greg Young. With York 15th in the table 10 games into the season Foyle resigned, with Andy Porter and Steve Torpey subsequently having spells as caretaker managers. Tamworth's Gary Mills was appointed manager in October and under his guidance York enjoyed an unbeaten run at home in the league that lasted until April 2011, when York were beaten by Mills' former side. York's push for a play-off place was ended late in the season and the team eventually finished eighth in the table.

The team reached the third round of the FA Cup for a second successive season, again playing a Premier League side away from home, this time going down 2–0 at Bolton Wanderers. In this cup run York played four of their five games away from home, and the one home game was a 3–0 victory over League Two side Rotherham United. The team was knocked out in the first round of the FA Trophy for the first time since the 2006–07 season after being beaten 1–0 by Boston United. Michael Rankine was the club's top goalscorer after scoring 14 goals, with 12 in the league and two in the FA Cup, and at the end of the season departed to sign for Aldershot Town. Danny Parslow was voted Clubman of the Year for the second time in three seasons.

Background

The 2009–10 season was Martin Foyle's first full season in charge at York City and the team reached the play-offs after finishing fifth in the Conference Premier table.[2] After defeating Luton Town 2–0 on aggregate in the semi-final,[3][4] York were beaten 3–1 by Oxford United in the 2010 Conference Premier play-off Final at Wembley Stadium.[5] Jamie Clarke, Kevin Gall, Josh Mimms, Craig Nelthorpe, Alan O'Hare, Richard Pacquette and Simon Russell were released by York following the play-off defeat,[6] with Luke Graham, Ben Purkiss and Adam Smith leaving for Kettering Town, Oxford and Mansfield Town respectively.[7][8][9] Andy McWilliams was loaned out to Stalybridge Celtic.[10] Levi Mackin and Djoumin Sangare signed new contracts with the club.[11][12]

Goalkeeper David Knight was brought in on a season-long loan from Histon before the start of the season,[13] while two defenders, Duane Courtney and Greg Young, signed from Kidderminster Harriers and Altrincham respectively.[11] Midfielder Jonathan Smith was signed from Forest Green Rovers,[14] with wingers David McDermott and Peter Till joining from Kidderminster and Walsall respectively.[15][16] Striker George Purcell was signed from Braintree Town for an undisclosed fee.[14] Defender Dean Lisles and winger Jamie Hopcutt entered the first team squad from the youth team after agreeing professional contracts.[6][17]

The team adopted new home and away kits, with the home kit featuring red shirts with white collars, white trims on the shoulders and white sleeves that included red trims.[18] York started the season wearing red shorts with white trims, but these were replaced later in the season with navy blue shorts with white trims.[18] The home kit also featured red shorts with white trims.[18] The away kit comprised light blue shirts with white horizontal stripes, light blue shorts and light blue socks.[19] Pryers Solicitors continued as shirt sponsors for the second successive season.[18]

Review

August

York started the season with a 2–1 defeat at home to Kidderminster, who opened the scoring with a goal direct from a corner kick, and after Michael Rankine equalised with a penalty kick Kidderminster won the game with an 89th minute penalty.[20][21] Hopcutt was loaned out to Northern Premier League Premier Division side Whitby Town for a month.[22] The team's first away game of the season was away at Grimsby Town, with the match finishing a 0–0 draw.[23] This was followed by another away draw, with Michael Gash and Till scoring against Bath City as the match finished 2–2.[24] York then drew 0–0 at home to Barrow and the team's first victory of the season came after Rankine and Richard Brodie scored to beat Altrincham at home 3–0.[25][26] The team were defeated 2–1 away at Fleetwood Town, where Young made his debut and scored York's only goal.[27] Brodie joined fellow Conference Premier side Crawley Town for an undisclosed fee believed to be around £300,000, with the transfer being completed three minutes before the transfer deadline.[28][29]

September

Following Brodie's departure, two strikers were signed; Leon Constantine joined as a free agent on a contract until the end of the season after leaving Hereford United and youth team coach Steve Torpey was registered as a player.[30][31] Till and debutant Constantine scored in the space of two minutes in a 2–0 home victory over Rushden & Diamonds.[32] Striker David Dowson, defender Jamal Fyfield and midfielder Danny Racchi joined the club on trial and played for the reserve team in a 1–1 draw with Chesterfield.[33] Having fallen a goal behind, York earned a 1–1 draw at Wrexham after Till scored the equalising goal.[34] Ahead of York's game against Hayes & Yeading United, the club signed Fyfield from Maidenhead United for a nominal fee and Racchi from Wrexham where he had been on non-contract terms.[35][36] The same day, York beat Hayes & Yeading 2–0 with goals from Rankine and Constantine, the latter making his first start for the team.[37] York were subsequently defeated 5–0 away at Mansfield, with Jonathan Smith being sent off on 34 minutes after receiving a second yellow card.[38] Hopcutt and Lisles were loaned out to Stokesley of the Northern League Division One.[39][40] Manager Foyle resigned 10 games into the season, with the team 15th in the table, and assistant manager Andy Porter was appointed caretaker manager.[41] Porter's first game in charge was a 3–1 victory at Tamworth, York's first away victory of the season, with goals scored from Rankine, Alex Lawless and debutant Fyfield.[42] Ahead of this game, Dowson was signed and made his debut as an 85th minute substitute.[43] The first home game of Porter's tenure was a 0–0 draw with Darlington,[44] which was York's first televised appearance on sports channel Premier Sports.[45]

October

A 2–1 defeat at Eastbourne Borough followed, with Lawless scoring York's only goal.[46] McDermott was released having made four appearances for the club after his month-to-month contract was not extended.[47] Striker Mark Beesley was signed on a one-month loan from Fleetwood before the game against Kettering Town.[48][49] York lost this game 1–0 at home and the following day Porter left the club after four games in charge,[50][51] with Torpey being appointed player-caretaker manager.[52][53] He led the team for a 4–0 defeat at Newport County before Tamworth manager Gary Mills was appointed as Foyle's successor as manager, with Darron Gee following as assistant manager.[54][55] Mills' first game in charge was a 1–1 draw at home to Bath, with York taking the lead through a first half penalty scored by Rankine before Bath equalised in the second half.[56] McDermott was re-signed by the club on another month-to-month contract to become Mills' first signing.[57] Former York defender Chris Smith, who played under Mills at Tamworth, was signed from Mansfield on a three-month loan with a view to a permanent transfer.[58][59] With Mills stating his desire to reduce the size of a squad that was too "too big" Dowson, Hopcutt and Lisles were released by the club.[60][61] The first victory under Mills' management was a 2–0 win away at Kidderminster in the fourth qualifying round of the FA Cup, with Racchi and Jonathan Smith scoring their first goals for the club.[62] Courtney was made available for loan having made seven appearances for the club.[63] Mills' first defeat came at Forest Green Rovers in a 2–1 loss, with former Forest Green player Lawless scoring York's only goal.[64]

November

Beesley prematurely returned to Fleetwood after Mills decided to cut his loan short.[65] York drew 0–0 at League Two side Rotherham United in the first round of the FA Cup, which resulted in a replay at home.[66] Lawless joined divisional rivals Luton on loan until January, when a permanent transfer for an undisclosed fee would take place.[67] Two loan signings were subsequently made; Leicester City striker Ashley Chambers joined until January and Sunderland midfielder Robbie Weir joined on a one-month deal.[68] Rankine scored York's equaliser in a 1–1 home draw against Wrexham with a second half penalty.[69] York beat Rotherham 3–0 in their FA Cup first round replay, with Chris Smith opening the scoring before Rankine scored twice.[70] David McGurk handed in a transfer request having expressed his desire to join Luton, after they had a number of bids for him rejected and he had turned down a contract extension with York.[71] York achieved their first league win under Mills with a 4–0 victory away to Rushden with Racchi, Rankine, Chambers and Neil Barrett scoring.[72] Purcell was loaned out to Conference South team Dartford until January in order to regain match fitness following his return from injury.[73][74] The Rushden win was followed by the season's first successive league victory, after York beat Southport 2–0 at home with late goals from Constantine and McDermott.[75] Midfielder Andre Boucaud was signed from Kettering on loan until January, with a view to a permanent transfer.[76] York progressed to the third round of the FA Cup for the second season running after beating Darlington 2–0 away in the second round.[77] The team's run of three straight wins came to an end after a 0–0 draw at Kidderminster.[78]

December

Weir's loan from Sunderland was extended until January, with Mills commenting "He’s a fit lad who’s totally committed in what he does and I’ve been impressed with him".[79] Mills was named the Conference Premier Manager of the Month for November after leading York to a seven-match unbeaten run, while Michael Ingham picked up the Player of the Month award after he kept six clean sheets and conceded one goal throughout the period.[80] York were knocked out of the FA Trophy in the first round after being beaten 1–0 by Conference North club Boston United, which was the team's first home defeat under Mills.[81] Racchi's contract with York expired, although Mills stated his intention to re-sign him once the January transfer window opened.[82] York's game with Luton was abandoned after 55 minutes due to heavy snow, with the score at the time being 0–0.[83] Sangare agreed to sign for Moroccan Botola champions Wydad Casablanca pending the expiry of his York contract at the end of December,[84][85] although after the transfer fell through he signed for Oxford.[86] McDermott and Racchi agreed to sign new contracts with York once the January transfer window opened, which would keep them at the club until the end of the season.[87] Having failed to establish a place in the team under Mills, Gash agreed to join Rushden in January 2011 on loan for the rest of the season.[88]

January

York started the New Year with a 3–0 victory at Gateshead, with Jonathan Smith, Barrett and Constantine scoring in the second half.[89] Chambers' loan at the club was extended until the end of the season.[90] Boucaud signed a two-and-a-half-year contract for a fee of £20,000 and Chris Smith signed a one-and-a-half-year contract to join the club permanently,[91][92] while Lawless departed for Luton permanently.[93] Jamie Reed was signed from Welsh Premier League side Bangor City for an undisclosed fee, signing a two-and-a-half-year contract, after York had an earlier bid for him rejected in November 2010.[94][95] York were defeated 2–0 away against Premier League side Bolton Wanderers in the FA Cup third round, with Kevin Davies and Johan Elmander scoring late in the match.[96] Weir returned to Sunderland after his loan expired, although Mills wanted to re-sign the player.[97] Constantine scored the only goal in a 1–0 victory at home to Grimsby with a lob over goalkeeper Kenny Arthur.[98] York came from behind to beat Histon 2–1 away after Constantine and Till scored in the last 15 minutes.[99] A 5–0 defeat at Luton followed after Ingham was sent off in the 15th minute, with Chris Smith subsequently playing in goal until half time when Young took over.[100]

Following a trial with League Two club Cheltenham Town, Courtney was released by the club after having his contract cancelled.[101] Mackin scored the winning goal in the 85th minute of a 2–1 home victory over Forest Green, in which Reed scored his first goal for the club.[102] Leeds United midfielder Will Hatfield was signed on a one-month loan following a trial.[103] York were beaten 4–0 at Southport, with McGurk being sent off in the second minute.[104] On transfer deadline day, former Leeds trialist Liam Darville signed a contract until the end of the season and former Lincoln City midfielder Scott Kerr signed a one-and-a-half-year contract on transfer deadline day following their release by their respective clubs.[105] On the same day, Fyfield joined former club Maidenhead on a one-month loan and Purcell joined Eastbourne on loan until the end of the season.[105][106]

February

Danny Parslow, James Meredith, Rankine and Chambers scored as York beat league leaders AFC Wimbledon 4–1 at home.[107] Young returned to Altrincham on an emergency loan for the rest of the season.[108] York were defeated in a second consecutive game against Wimbledon, being beaten 1–0 away.[109] This was followed by a 1–0 victory at home to Fleetwood, with Reed scoring the only goal of the game in the second half.[110] York drew 0–0 at Altrincham, which was the team's first draw since November,[111] before Jonathan Smith and Rankine scored as York won 2–1 away to Hayes & Yeading.[112]

March

Jonathan Smith scored in a second successive match to give York the lead against Gateshead, although the winning goal of a 2–1 victory was scored by Constantine from the penalty spot.[113] Hatfield's loan from Leeds was extended until the end of the season, after he made three appearances during his first month at the club.[114] McGurk signed a new contract with York, which contracted him to the club until the summer of 2013.[115] York drew 0–0 at Barrow.[116] Fyfield opted not to extend his loan at Maidenhead in order to fight for a place in the team.[117] Rankine scored the only goal to give York a 1–0 victory at home to Eastbourne, with a header from a Till cross during the first half.[118] Reed came off the bench to score both goals as York came from behind to defeat Mansfield 2–1 un a home win.[119] He scored for a second successive game at Cambridge United, although York eventually lost 2–1.[120] Winger Aidan Chippendale was signed on loan from Huddersfield Town until 30 April.[121] Reed scored his fourth goal in three games as York beat Histon 1–0 at home.[122]

April and May

Rankine missed an 87th minute penalty for York at Kettering, with Reed scoring the team's goal in a 1–1 draw.[123] Jonathan Smith scored in the first half for York against league leaders Crawley, who equalised in the second half, with the match finishing a 1–1 draw.[124] Racchi was released from his contract with immediate effect after requesting a transfer, having failed to establish himself in the team.[125] York beat Newport 2–1 at home, with Rankine opening the scoring before assisting Reed for the second goal.[126] During this match McGurk picked up an ankle ligament injury, which ruled him out for the rest of the season.[127] York suffered their first defeat at home since December after losing 2–1 to Tamworth, with Constantine scoring a consolation goal in the 89th minute.[128] Having not made any appearances for the club, Chippendale was recalled by Huddersfield.[129] Reed scored the only goal to give York a 1–0 victory at home to Luton.[130] Young was recalled from his loan at Altrincham after Parslow suffered a head injury during the match against Luton.[131] York were beaten 2–1 at Darlington, with Chris Carruthers scoring a consolation goal in the 87th minute.[132] York's hopes of making the play-offs were ended after drawing 0–0 with Cambridge in the team's last home game of the season.[133] The last game of the season was a 1–1 at champions Crawley, with York taking the lead in the 5th minute through an own goal scored by David Hunt, before the home side equalised with a Matt Tubbs penalty in the 6th minute.[134] York finished the season in eighth place in the Conference Premier table, seven points adrift of a play-off spot.[135] Parslow was named Clubman of the Year for the second time at an awards' presentation evening held at Bootham Crescent.[136]

Summary and aftermath

York spent most of the season in mid-table, and having been as low as 19th in the table in November went on to reach sixth place during the last month of the season.[137] The team's goals scored tally of 55 was the lowest of any team in the top half of the table, and the sixth lowest of any team in the division.[135] Ingham and Meredith made the highest number of appearances during the season, each appearing in 51 of York's 52 games.[138] Rankine was York's top scorer in the league and in all competitions, with 12 league goals and 14 in total.[138][139] He was the only player to reach double figures, and was followed by Reed with nine goals.[138][139]

Before the start of the new season York released Barrett, Carruthers, Constantine, Darville, Gash, Mackin and McWilliams, with Purcell, Rankine, Jonathan Smith, Till and Young leaving for Dover Athletic, Aldershot Town, Swindon Town, Fleetwood and Alfreton Town respectively.[140][141][142][143][144][145][146] Fyfield, Ingham and Meredith signed new contracts with York,[147][148][149] and McDermott was retained on non-contract terms.[150] The club's new arrivals were goalkeeper Paul Musselwhite from Lincoln, defender Lanre Oyebanjo from Histon, midfielders Patrick McLaughlin from Newcastle United, Adriano Moké from Jerez Industrial and Michael Potts from Blackburn Rovers, winger Matty Blair from Kidderminster and strikers Chambers from Leicester, Liam Henderson from Watford and Jason Walker from Luton.[151][152][153][154][155][156][157][158]

Match details

League positions are sourced from Statto,[137] while the remaining contents of each table are sourced from the references in the "Ref" column.

Conference Premier

Date League
position
Opponents Venue Result Score
F–A
Scorers Attendance Ref
15th Kidderminster Harriers H L 1–2 Rankine pen 2,682 [20]
21st Grimsby Town A D 0–0 5,037 [23]
19th Bath City A D 2–2 Gash, Till 1,066 [24]
21st Barrow H D 0–0 2,212 [25]
14th Altrincham H W 3–0 Rankine 2, Brodie pen 2,095 [26]
16th Fleetwood Town A L 1–2 Young 2,020 [27]
12th Rushden & Diamonds H W 2–0 Till, Constantine 2,306 [32]
13th Wrexham A D 1–1 Till 2,446 [34]
10th Hayes & Yeading United H W 2–0 Rankine, Constantine 2,252 [37]
15th Mansfield Town A L 0–5 2,202 [38]
10th Tamworth A W 3–1 Rankine pen, Lawless, Fyfield 1,282 [42]
10th Darlington H D 0–0 3,176 [44]
13th Eastbourne Borough A L 1–2 Lawless 1,104 [46]
15th Kettering Town H L 0–1 1,978 [50]
16th Newport County A L 0–4 2,802 [54]
16th Bath City H D 1–1 Rankine pen 2,331 [56]
19th Forest Green Rovers A L 1–2 Lawless 792 [64]
19th Wrexham H D 1–1 Rankine pen 2,601 [69]
16th Rushden & Diamonds A W 4–0 Racchi, Rankine, Chambers, Barrett 1,132 [72]
12th Southport H W 2–0 Constantine pen, McDermott 2,104 [75]
14th Kidderminster Harriers A D 0–0 1,066 [78]
12th Gateshead A W 3–0 J. Smith, Barrett, Constantine 1,231 [89]
12th Grimsby Town H W 1–0 Constantine 3,028 [98]
10th Histon A W 2–1 Constantine, Till 578 [99]
10th Luton Town A L 0–5 5,997 [100]
10th Forest Green Rovers H W 2–1 Reed, Mackin 2,468 [102]
11th Southport A L 0–4 1,308 [104]
10th AFC Wimbledon H W 4–1 Parslow, Meredith, Rankine, Chambers 2,438 [107]
12th AFC Wimbledon A L 0–1 3,532 [109]
9th Fleetwood Town H W 1–0 Reed 2,220 [110]
11th Altrincham A D 0–0 1,143 [111]
7th Hayes & Yeading United A W 2–1 J. Smith, Rankine 458 [112]
7th Gateshead H W 2–1 J. Smith, Constantine pen 2,290 [113]
7th Barrow A D 0–0 1,342 [116]
7th Eastbourne Borough H W 1–0 Rankine 2,357 [118]
6th Mansfield Town H W 2–1 Reed 2 2,261 [119]
7th Cambridge United A L 1–2 Reed 2,474 [120]
7th Histon H W 1–0 Reed 2,364 [122]
7th Kettering Town A D 1–1 Reed 1,365 [123]
7th Crawley Town H D 1–1 J. Smith 3,060 [124]
7th Newport County H W 2–1 Rankine pen, Reed 2,565 [126]
7th Tamworth H L 1–2 Constantine 2,484 [128]
6th Luton Town H W 1–0 Reed 2,955 [130]
7th Darlington A L 1–2 Carruthers 2,966 [132]
7th Cambridge United H D 0–0 2,939 [133]
8th Crawley Town A D 1–1 Hunt og 2,945 [134]

FA Cup

Main article: 2010–11 FA Cup
Round Date Opponents Venue Result Score
F–A
Scorers Attendance Ref
Fourth qualifying round Kidderminster Harriers A W 2–0 Racchi, J. Smith 1,123 [62]
First round Rotherham United A D 0–0 3,227 [66]
First round replay Rotherham United H W 3–0 C. Smith, Rankine 2 (1 pen) 2,644 [70]
Second round Darlington A W 2–0 Sangare, Chambers 3,481 [77]
Third round Bolton Wanderers A L 0–2 13,120 [96]

FA Trophy

Main article: 2010–11 FA Trophy
Round Date Opponents Venue Result Score
F–A
Scorers Attendance Ref
First round 11 December 2010 Boston United H L 0–1 1,318 [81]

League table

Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Qualification or relegation
1 Crawley Town (C) (P) 46 31 12 3 93 30 +63 105 Promotion to the 2011–12 Football League Two
2 AFC Wimbledon (P) 46 27 9 10 83 47 +36 90 Qualification to the Conference Premier play-offs
3 Luton Town 46 23 15 8 85 37 +48 84
4 Wrexham 46 22 15 9 66 49 +17 81
5 Fleetwood Town 46 22 12 12 68 42 +26 78
6 Kidderminster Harriers 46 20 17 9 74 60 +14 072*
7 Darlington 46 18 17 11 61 42 +19 71
8 York City 46 19 14 13 55 50 +5 71
9 Newport County 46 18 15 13 78 60 +18 69
10 Bath City 46 16 15 15 64 68 −4 63
11 Grimsby Town 46 15 17 14 72 62 +10 62
12 Mansfield Town 46 17 10 19 73 75 −2 61
13 Rushden & Diamonds (R) 46 16 14 16 65 62 +3 057 Club expelled
14 Gateshead 46 14 15 17 65 68 −3 57
15 Kettering Town 46 15 13 18 64 75 −11 056
16 Hayes & Yeading United 46 15 6 25 57 81 −24 51
17 Cambridge United 46 11 17 18 53 61 −8 50
18 Barrow 46 12 14 20 52 67 −15 50
19 Tamworth 46 12 13 21 62 83 −21 49
20 Forest Green Rovers 46 10 16 20 53 72 −19 46
21 Southport 46 11 13 22 56 77 −21 46
22 Altrincham (R) 46 11 11 24 47 87 −40 44 Relegation to the 2011–12 Conference North/South
23 Eastbourne Borough (R) 46 10 9 27 62 104 −42 39
24 Histon (R) 46 8 9 29 41 90 −49 028*

Updated to games played on 30 April 2011.
Source: Statto
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
*Histon and Kidderminster Harriers were deducted five points for submitting misleading financial information.[159]
Rushden & Diamonds were initially deducted five points for submitting inaccurate information in their quarterly financial reports,[160] but were later expelled on 11 June 2011.[161]
Kettering Town were deducted two points for fielding an ineligible player.[162]
(C) = Champion; (R) = Relegated; (P) = Promoted; (E) = Eliminated; (O) = Play-off winner; (A) = Advances to a further round.
Only applicable when the season is not finished:
(Q) = Qualified to the phase of tournament indicated; (TQ) = Qualified to tournament, but not yet to the particular phase indicated; (DQ) = Disqualified from tournament.

Squad statistics

Source:[62][81][139][163]
Numbers in parentheses denote appearances as substitute.
Players with squad numbers struck through and marked left the club during the playing season.
Players with names in italics and marked * were on loan from another club for the whole of their season with York.
Players listed with no appearances have been in the matchday squad but only as unused substitutes.
Players included in matchday squads
No. Position Nationality Name Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
League FA Cup FA Trophy Total Discipline
1 Goalkeeper  England Knight, DavidDavid Knight * 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
2 Defender  England Courtney, DuaneDuane Courtney 4 (3) 0 0 0 0 0 4 (3) 0 0 0
2 Defender  England Darville, LiamLiam Darville 17 0 0 0 0 0 17 0 2 0
3 Defender  Australia Meredith, JamesJames Meredith 43 (2) 1 5 0 1 0 49 (2) 1 3 0
4 Midfielder  England Smith, JonathanJonathan Smith 30 (9) 4 5 1 0 0 35 (9) 5 14 2
5 Defender  England McGurk, DavidDavid McGurk 34 0 5 0 1 0 40 0 5 1
6 Defender  Wales Parslow, DannyDanny Parslow 41 (1) 1 4 0 1 0 46 (1) 1 3 0
7 Midfielder  Wales Lawless, AlexAlex Lawless 16 3 2 0 0 0 18 3 6 0
7 Forward  Wales Reed, JamieJamie Reed 12 (11) 9 0 (1) 0 0 0 12 (12) 9 1 0
8 Midfielder  England Till, PeterPeter Till 29 (12) 4 2 (1) 0 0 (1) 0 31 (14) 4 0 0
9 Forward  England Gash, MichaelMichael Gash 12 (5) 1 0 (1) 0 0 0 12 (6) 1 2 0
10 Forward  England Purcell, GeorgeGeorge Purcell 0 (1) 0 0 0 0 0 0 (1) 0 0 0
11 Midfielder  England Carruthers, ChrisChris Carruthers 14 (12) 1 2 (1) 0 0 0 16 (13) 1 3 0
12 Defender  France Sangare, DjouminDjoumin Sangare 9 (1) 0 3 1 0 (1) 0 12 (2) 1 2 0
14 Midfielder  England Barrett, NeilNeil Barrett 19 (3) 2 1 (2) 0 0 0 20 (5) 2 2 0
15 Forward  England Rankine, MichaelMichael Rankine 34 (8) 12 5 2 1 0 40 (8) 14 5 0
16 Forward  England Brodie, RichardRichard Brodie 6 1 0 0 0 0 6 1 2 0
16 Defender  England Fyfield, JamalJamal Fyfield 9 (2) 1 0 (3) 0 0 0 9 (5) 1 0 0
17 Midfielder  Wales Mackin, LeviLevi Mackin 6 (6) 1 0 (1) 0 0 0 6 (7) 1 1 0
18 Defender  England Young, GregGreg Young 9 (3) 1 0 0 0 0 9 (3) 1 3 0
19 Forward  England Chambers, AshleyAshley Chambers * 22 (4) 2 2 1 1 0 25 (4) 3 7 0
20 Midfielder  England Hatfield, WillWill Hatfield * 1 (3) 0 0 0 0 0 1 (3) 0 1 0
21 Midfielder  Northern Ireland Weir, RobbieRobbie Weir * 5 0 2 0 1 0 8 0 1 0
22 Midfielder  England McDermott, DavidDavid McDermott 8 (9) 1 3 0 1 0 12 (9) 1 0 0
23 Midfielder  England Richardson, TomTom Richardson 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
24 Goalkeeper  Northern Ireland Ingham, MichaelMichael Ingham 45 0 5 0 1 0 51 0 1 1
25 Forward  England Constantine, LeonLeon Constantine 13 (13) 8 1 (1) 0 0 (1) 0 14 (15) 8 0 0
27 Midfielder  England Racchi, DannyDanny Racchi 15 (2) 1 3 (2) 1 1 0 19 (4) 2 2 0
28 Forward  England Dowson, DavidDavid Dowson 0 (5) 0 0 0 0 0 0 (5) 0 0 0
28 Midfielder  Trinidad and Tobago Boucaud, AndreAndre Boucaud 10 (9) 0 0 0 1 0 11 (9) 0 4 0
29 Forward  England Beesley, MarkMark Beesley * 2 (1) 0 0 0 0 0 2 (1) 0 0 0
29 Midfielder  England Kerr, ScottScott Kerr 16 0 0 0 0 0 16 0 6 1
30 Defender  England Smith, ChrisChris Smith 24 0 5 1 1 0 30 1 9 0
Players not included in matchday squads
No. Position Nationality Name
12 Midfielder  England Chippendale, AidanAidan Chippendale *
19 Defender  England Lisles, DeanDean Lisles
20 Defender  England McWilliams, AndyAndy McWilliams
21 Midfielder  England Hopcutt, JamieJamie Hopcutt
21 Midfielder  Ghana Agyemang, PapaPapa Agyemang
26 Forward  England Torpey, SteveSteve Torpey

Transfers

In

Date Name From Fee Ref
Courtney, DuaneDuane Courtney Kidderminster Harriers Free
[11]
Young, GregGreg Young Altrincham Free
[11]
Till, PeterPeter Till Walsall Free
[16]
Purcell, GeorgeGeorge Purcell Braintree Town Undisclosed
[14]
Smith, JonathanJonathan Smith Forest Green Rovers Compensation
[14]
McDermott, DavidDavid McDermott Kidderminster Harriers Free
[15]
Constantine, LeonLeon Constantine Hereford United Free
[30]
Fyfield, JamalJamal Fyfield Maidenhead United Nominal
[35]
Racchi, DannyDanny Racchi Wrexham Free
[35][36]
Dowson, DavidDavid Dowson Gateshead Free
[43]
McDermott, DavidDavid McDermott York City Free
[57]
Racchi, DannyDanny Racchi York City Free
[87]
Boucaud, AndreAndre Boucaud Kettering Town £20,000
[91][92]
Smith, ChrisChris Smith Mansfield Town Free
[91]
Reed, JamieJamie Reed Bangor City Undisclosed
[94]
Darville, LiamLiam Darville Leeds United Free
[105]
Kerr, ScottScott Kerr Lincoln City Free
[105]

Out

Date Name To Fee Ref
Brodie, RichardRichard Brodie Crawley Town Undisclosed
[28]
McDermott, DavidDavid McDermott York City Released
[47][57]
Dowson, DavidDavid Dowson Durham City Released
[61][164]
Hopcutt, JamieJamie Hopcutt Ossett Town Released
[61][165]
Lisles, DeanDean Lisles Stokesley Released
[40][61]
Racchi, DannyDanny Racchi York City Released
[82]
Sangare, DjouminDjoumin Sangare Oxford United Free
[84][86]
Lawless, AlexAlex Lawless Luton Town Undisclosed
[67][93]
Courtney, DuaneDuane Courtney Tamworth Released
[101][166]
Racchi, DannyDanny Racchi Kilmarnock Released
[125][167]
Gash, MichaelMichael Gash Cambridge United Released
[141][168]
McWilliams, AndyAndy McWilliams Stalybridge Celtic Released
[141][169]
Rankine, MichaelMichael Rankine Aldershot Town Free
[143]
Till, PeterPeter Till Fleetwood Town Free
[145]
Young, GregGreg Young Alfreton Town Free
[146]
Barrett, NeilNeil Barrett Havant & Waterlooville Released
[140][170]
Carruthers, ChrisChris Carruthers Gateshead Released
[140][171]
Constantine, LeonLeon Constantine Braintree Town Released
[140][172]
Darville, LiamLiam Darville Harrogate Town Released
[140][173]
Mackin, LeviLevi Mackin Alfreton Town Released
[140][174]

Loans in

Date Name From End date Ref
Knight, DavidDavid Knight Histon End of season
[13]
Beesley, MarkMark Beesley Fleetwood Town
[48][49][65]
Smith, ChrisChris Smith Mansfield Town
[58][91]
Chambers, AshleyAshley Chambers Leicester City End of season
[68][90]
Weir, RobbieRobbie Weir Sunderland
[68][97]
Boucaud, AndreAndre Boucaud Kettering Town
[76][91]
Hatfield, WillWill Hatfield Leeds United End of season
[103][114]
Chippendale, AidanAidan Chippendale Huddersfield Town
[121][129]

Loans out

Date Name To End date Ref
McWilliams, AndyAndy McWilliams Stalybridge Celtic End of season
[10]
Hopcutt, JamieJamie Hopcutt Whitby Town
[22]
Hopcutt, JamieJamie Hopcutt Stokesley
[39][61]
Lisles, DeanDean Lisles Stokesley
[40][61]
Lawless, AlexAlex Lawless Luton Town
[67][93]
Purcell, GeorgeGeorge Purcell Dartford
[73][175]
Gash, MichaelMichael Gash Rushden & Diamonds End of season
[88]
Fyfield, JamalJamal Fyfield Maidenhead United
[106][176]
Purcell, GeorgeGeorge Purcell Eastbourne Borough End of season
[105]
Young, GregGreg Young Altrincham
[108][131]

See also

References

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