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James

ALLEN

Reserves & Youth : A ...

H.

ABBOTT

1913-14

2008-09 Under-18:

2009-10 Reserves:

2009-10 Under-18:

2010-11 Reserves:

 

Ahmed

ABDULLA

Born:

Position:

Born: 12 November 1991

Saudi Arabia

Position: Striker

A.

ABERDEEN

1955-56 Metropolitan League

2001-02 Friendly

1964-65 South East Counties League

Yassine

ABDELLAOUI

Tony

ACKERMAN

Born:

Position: Inside-right

Born: Den Bosch, Netherlands

21 June 1975

Position: Midfield

Born: Islington, London

20 February 1948

Position:

Kenny

ACHAMPONG

1988-89 Overden Papers Football Combination

1972-73 South East Counties League (Div 1)

1972-73 South East Counties League (Div 2)

1973-74 South East Counties League (Div 1)

 

Marios

ACHILLEOS

Born: 26 June 1966

Kilburn

Position: Inside-left

Born: Unknown

Position:

A.

ADAMS

1948-49 Football Combination

1948-49 Eastern Counties League

1948-49 Friendlies

1992-93 South East Counties League

1918-19 WW1 London Combination

Danny

ADAMS

F.T.

ADAMS

Born: Unknown

Position: Goalkeeper

Born:  Unknown

Position: Left-half

Born: Unknown

Position: Inside-Left

W.

ADAMS

1929-30 London Professional Mid-Week League

2017-18 Under-23

2017-18 Under-18

 

Sean

ADARKWA

Born: Unknown

Position: Inside-Right

Born: 11 October 2000

Position: Striker

Versatile forward Sean Adarkwa became a full-time scholar at the Academy of Football in July 2017.

 

The teenager appeared 17 times in U18 Premier League South as a first-year scholar in 2017/18, starting eleven games and scoring two goals.

 

Adarkwa made his Premier League 2 Division 1 debut as a substitute at Swansea City on 29 January 2018 and continued to impress sufficiently to be given regular opportunities at U23 level at the start of the 2018/19 season.

J.

ADCOCK

1958-59 London Mid-Week League

2014-15 Youth Academy Under-18

Fatai

ADEBAYO

Born: Unknown

Position: Outside-Left

Born: 11 September 1997

Position: Defender

Iyiola

ADEBAYO

2019-20 Youth Academy Under-18

Born: 7 September 2002

Postgion: Midfielder

Michael

ADU

2019-20

 

Born: 13 October 2002

Position: Midfielder

Tunde

AJAYI

1991-92 South East Counties League (Div 1)

Born: Unknown

Position: Centre-forward

Olatunji

AKINOLA

2013-14 Youth Academy Under-18

2014-15 Under-21 Premier League

2014-15 Youth Academy Under-18

2015-16 PL2 (Division Two)

2015-16 Youth Academy Under-18

 

 

2016-17 PL2 (Division Two)

2016-17 Youth Academy Under-18

2017-18 PL2 (Divison One)

 

 

Born: 21 November 1998

Position: Defender

Ajibola

ALESE

2015-16 Youth Academy Under-18

2016-17 Youth Academy Under-18

2017-18 PL2 (Divison One)

2017-18 Youth Academy Under-18

2018-19 PL2 (Division One)

2018-19 Youth Academy Under-18

 

Born: 17 January 2001

Position: Defender

Cheye

ALEXANDER

2011-12 Development

2011-12 Youth Academy Under-18

2012-13 Youth Academy Under-18

 

Born: 6 January 1995

Position: Defender

Released: June 2013

Gary

ALEXANDER

1995-96 Avon Insurance Football Combination

1995-96 Sprintheath Print Capital League Capital League

1996-97 Avon Insurance Football Combination

1997-98 Avon Insurance Football Combination

1998-99 Avon Insurance Football Combination

1998-99 FA Premier Reserve League

 

Born: 15 August 1979

Lambeth, London

Position:

2000-01 Youth Academy Under-19

2000-01 Youth Academy Under-17

2001-02 Premier Reserve League

2002-03 Premier Reserve League

2003-04 Youth Academy Under-19

2003-04 Youth Academy Under-17

2004-05 Premier Reserve League

 

Oliver

ALLEN

Born: 8 October 1983

Position: Striker

Signed: 1 July 2000

Born: Harold Wood, Essex,

7 September 1986

Position: Striker

Signed: 1 July 2003

Ron

ALLIX

1963-64 South East Counties League

1964-65 South East Counties League

2012-13 Youth Academy Under-18

2013-14 Youth Academy Under-21

2013-14 Youth Academy Under-18

2014-15 Youth Academy Under-18

Jeremiah

AMOO

Born: Unknown

Position:

Born: 10 June 1997

Postion: Winger

Chris

AMPOFO

1979-80 South East Counties League (Div 1)

1979-80 South East Counties League (Div 2)

1980-81 South East Counties League (Div 1)

1980-81 South East Counties League (Div 2)

1981-82 Football Combination

1981-82 South East Counties League (Div 1)

1982-83 Football Combination

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Gerhardt

AMPOFO

Born: Paddington

Position:

Apprentice: 9 July 1980

Born: 29 January 1965

Kilburn, London

Apprentice: 14 July 1981

Professional: 29 January 1983

Joseph

ANANG

2017-18 Youth Academy Under-18

 

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Born: 8 June 2000

Ghana

Position: Goalkeeper

Scholar: July 2017.

ABBOTT H ABDULLA Ahmed Signature

Joined West Ham United after being released by Arsenal in the summer of 2008, elusive forward. Having arrived at Little Heath, the young forward from the Middle East caught the eye by scoring five goals in 23 league and cup appearances for Tony Carr's Under-18's in the 2008-09 season. He also turned out three times in the Barclays Premier Reserve League South, completing a full 90-minutes in a memorable 1-0 win at former club Arsenal

ABDULLA Ahmed

Abdellaoui is of Moroccan descent, the international played in a 5-0 victory trial practice match against Queens Park Rangers at Chadwell Heath 21st March 2002. Glenn Roeder didn't take up the option to sign him.

 

After retiring as a player in 2004, he worked as a coach, and in August 2016 was working with the Dutch Willem II youth team.

Tony Charles George Ackerman was on the books of West Ham United as an amateur, and moved on to Orient. After a couple of appearances for the O's reserve team, Ackerman signed a professional contract with the Brisbane Road club on 28 October 1966.

ACHAMPONG Kenny ACHILLEOS Marios

Marios was with the Hammers for three years and he was offered an apprenticeship at the same time as Geoff Pike, but decided to decline the offer as his family were granted immigration to Canada. A sad Ron Greenwood sent him off with a nice reference letter and suggested he pursue his footballing career with his new hometown club in Toronto.

 

The local NSL semi-professional team in Toronto accepted Marios onto their playing staff, he even managed to sign on for the Canadian National team where he remained a regular for a number of years, going on to win 15 caps for his new country. Outside of football he finished his academics at University in Engineering.

 

Marios missed his time at West Ham, but very much valued the opportunity to represent his new country as an international!

World War One 'Guest' player who played one game in the London Combination against CHELSEA 15 March 1919

ADARKWA Sean ADEBAYO Fatai

Left-footed attacking midfielder who hails from nearby Canning Town. Joined West Ham United as an Under-13. Appeared as a substitute in the Under-18s pre-season match at Charlton Athletic on 30 July 2013, when just 15. Made his competitive Under-18 debut as a second-half substitute in the 3-1 Barclays Under-18 Premier League South Group win at West Bromwich Albion on 16 August 2014.

ADEBAYO Iyiola

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ADU Michael

Louis

AFFOR

1988-89 South East Counties League (Div 1)

1906-07 London League (Premier Division)

1971-72 South East Counties League (Div 2)

A.

AGGETT

L.

AGGIO

Born: Unknown

Position: Outside-Right

Born: Unknown

Position: Centre-Forward

Born: Unknown

Position: Outside-Left

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David

ADELMAN

1977-78 South East Counties (Div 1)

1977-78 South East Counties (Div 2)

1978-79 Football Combination

1978-79 South East Counties (Div 1)

Born: Unknown

Position: Centre-Half

ADELMAN David

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H.

AGG

1950-51 London Mid-Week League

1950-51 Eastern Counties League

Born:

Position: Inside-Right

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Iyiola

ADEBAYO

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R.

AHLFELD

1965-66 Metropolitan League

1942-43 WW2 League South

1965-66 Metropolitan League

AIbert

AICKEN

D.

AINSCOUGH

Born: Unknown

Position: Outside-right

Born: 29 October 1914

Belfast, Ireland

Position: Right-half

Born: Unknown

Position: Outside-left

Began his career in his native Northern Ireland with Glentoran, before joining First Division club Brentford in a £1,000 deal in the summer of 1937. He failed to break through and spent much of his time with the Bees in the reserve team. Aicken made three appearances for Brentford, at left and right half.

The outbreak of the Second World War ultimately ended his professional career. He guested for West Ham United and Watford,. He then returned to Northern Ireland to sign for Dundalk.

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AKINOLA Olatunji

Ayo AKINSETE

Tony Carr Youth Director said that Ayo Akinsete was probably the success story of the players that were released in May 2003. Tony added that the Second year boy was released rather than failed because no one fails in the academy system, they just find the level where they are going to be comfortable.

"By coming through the system they are going to be better players and better people for it and it opens the door for them in other avenues. "This has happened to Ayo who is academically quite bright and I am pleased to say had the opportunity to go to America on a four-year football scholarship.

2000-01 Youth Academy Under-19

2000-01 Youth Academy Under-17

2002-03 Barclaycard Reserve League

 

AKINSETE Ayo

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Charles

ALCOCK

1924-25 London Combination

1924

William

ALDOUS

M.

ALDRIDGE

Born: Unknown

Position: Left-Half

Born: Unknown

Position: Unknown

Born: Unknown

Position: Outside-Right

From Upney Youth Club

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1958-59 South East Counties League

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Ron

ALDRIDGE

1943-44 WW2 League South

1968-69 South East Counties (Div 1)

1968-69 South East Counties (Div 2)

1969-70 South East Counties (Div 1)

1969-70 South East Counties (Div 2)

1970-71 Metropolitan League

1970-71 South East Counties (Div 1)

 

Leslie

ALDRIDGE

Martin

ALESINLOYE

Born: Unknown

Position: Left-Back

World War Two 'Guest' player

Born: Unknown

Position: Left-Back

Born: Unknown

Position: Centre-Forward

16-year-old trialist

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1972-73 Football Combination

1972-73 South East Counties League (Div 1)

1972-73 South East Counties League (Div 2)

Ajibola Alese made his U18 debut at the age of just 14 in a 2-0 away league victory over Leicester City on 15 November 2015. Having been one of the hottest defensive talents in the schoolboy ranks, Alese showed great strength and speed. Alese followed up his U18 debut with starts against Arsenal and Chelsea, along with a substitute appearance in the 4-3 home defeat by Norwich City.

Centre-back Ajibola Alese became a full-time Academy of Football scholar in summer 2017, by which time he had already made his U18 Premier League debut against Norwich City on 4 February of the same year.

The defender featured eight times in total in 2016-17 while still a schoolboy before making a further four U18 Premier League South appearances the following season. The 2017-18 campaign also saw Alese debut in Premier League 2 Division 1 in a goalless draw with Everton on 11 August 2017, and keep clean sheets on each of his first three starts.

At international level, he was capped three times at U16 level before graduating to the Young Lions' U17 squad in February 2018. Alese helped England to reach the semi-finals of the 2018 UEFA European U17 Championship finals, where they were edged out 6-5 by the Netherlands in a penalty shootout. The defender featured three times at the tournament, also starting the group-stage defeat by Switzerland and quarter-final win over Norway.

ALEXANDER Cheye & Steve Blue

Signed for West Ham United: YTS 8 July 1996

Professional: 1 July 1998

 

Gary George Alexander was a prolific striker at youth level and was in fact top scorer for two seasons.

 

He began his career with West Ham United, but his first taste of first team football came with a loan spell at Exeter City in the 1999–2000 season. Alexander scored 16 goals in 37 league games for the Grecians and although he was only on-loan to Exeter, became their Player of the Season. His form with Exeter convinced Swindon Town to sign him from West Ham for £300,000 on 11 July 2000.

ALESE Ajibola ALEXANDER Cheye ALEXANDER Gary ADAMS William

Sven

ANDERSSON

2001-02 Premier Reserve League

Born: 6 October 1963

Stromstad, Sweden

Position: Goalkeeper

ALLEN James ALLEN Oliver

A former Kent schoolboy, James can play as a striker or wide on the right. Has excellent pace and strength and made a good impression with the reserve team.

Son of former Hammer Clive Allen, Ollie is a striker like his famous dad. The former West Ham United trainee also played for Tottenham Hotspur at youth level. He moved to Birmingham City during 2005. He scored 13 goals in 18 games for Birmingham's reserves, but never played for the first team, moving to Barnet on a free transfer in January 2007. He had some success at Barnet, scoring four goals in four consecutive games in February, but did not add to that tally, and was released by the club in May 2007.

After impressing on trial – scoring a goal against Tottenham Hotspur in a friendly – Allen signed a two-year contract with Conference National side Stevenage Borough. In February 2008, he went on loan to Crawley Town. At the end of the 2007–08 season he retired from football due to a persistent knee injury and the remainder of his contract was cancelled by Stevenage.

However, in January 2009, he returned to football with Conference South side Thurrock,  but made only one appearance from the substitutes bench, against Hampton & Richmond Borough, before leaving the club because of injury. On transfer deadline day in March 2009, Allen joined Billericay Town.

Born: 26 September 1984

South London

Position: Striker

 

Signed: 1 July 2001

Versatile forward able to play out wide or through the middle. Joined the Hammers at the age of 12. Made his U18s debut by starting at Tottenham Hotspur on 2 March 2013 - his only appearance of the 2012-13 season.

In 2013/14 he scored twice in 17 U18 appearances. Netted in the 2-1 opening-day Barclays U18 Premier League win over Manchester United in August 2013. Scored his second league goal of the 2013-14 season in a 3-0 victory over Arsenal in March 2014. Made two appearances for the U21s in 2013-14, scoring once in a 2-1 defeat at Chelsea in January 2014. Netted in a 2-0 win over Belgian club Anderlecht at the Eurofoot Tournament in France in August 2014.

Schools soccer with Brent, Middlesex, London England trial.

Signed Apprentice 9 July 1980. Played in the 1981 F.A. Youth Cup Final against Tottenham Hotspur.

Gerhardt comes from a footballing family. His eldest brother Peter plays for Feltham in the Isthmian League, and brother Chris preceded him by one year in becoming a Hammers' apprentice. Gerhardt played for Brent, Middlesex and London Schools, and had England trials.

He played in the side which won the Div. II Championship of the S.E. Counties League last season, and signed apprentice forms on 14 July 1981. He was a keen table-tennis player and his hobbies are water skiing and listening to jazz music.

 

In 1983 the youngster suffered a compound fracture to his right leg and had several operations over the next 2 years. He never played again after breaking the leg for a second time in a training session and was forced to retire at 21.

AMPOFO Chris AMPOFO Gerhardt AMOO Jerry

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ANANG Joseph

The teenager made five U18 Premier League starts during his first season in Claret and Blue in 2017-18, having moved to England to pursue his dream of becoming a professional footballer.

 

Anang spent July 2018 on pre-season tour with the first-team squad before kicking-off the 2018-19 campaign as the U18s' first-choice goalkeeper. The England U19 call-up has also trained and traveled to first-team matches regularly with Manuel Pellegrini's squad.

 

2018-19

Traveled with the first-team squad to Austria in pre-season. Started seven of West Ham United's opening U18 Premier League South fixtures, helping the Hammers to wins in their opening four matches. Made his first U23 start of the season in a 2-1 Premier League 2 Division 1 defeat at Brighton and Hove Albion on 14 September 2018. Started the Checkatrade Trophy group-stage defeat at Bristol Rovers on 18 September 2018.

 

2017-18

Joined West Ham United after a successful trial period in July 2017. Started five times in U18 Premier League South at the end of the 2017/18 season, keeping a clean sheet on his debut in a 2-0 home win over Tottenham Hotspur on 28 March 2018. Featured four times on the bench for the U23s in Premier League 2 Division 1 in April 2018.

 

 

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ANDERSON

1964-65 South East Counties League

1922-23 Friendlies

 

 

 

ANDERSON

Alex

ANDERSON

Born: Unknown

Position: Inside-Left

Born: Unknown

Position: Inside-Right

Born: Unknown

Position: Position: Goalkeeper

Signed from Leytonstone

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1922-23 London Football Combination

Ryan

ANDREWS

2003-04 Youth Academy Under-17

2004-05 Barclays Premier Reserve League

2004-05 Youth Academy Under-18

2005-06 Barclays Premier Reserve League

2005-06 Youth Academy Under-18

 

Born: 29 September 1987

Sidcup, Kent

Position: Defender

(These two ANDERSON's playing at the same time)

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S.

ANDERSON

1970-71 South East Counties League

1975-76 South East Counties League (Div 1)

 

Terry

ANDERSON

Born: Unknown

Position: Outside-Right

Born: Unknown

Position: Inside-Left

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Terry Anderson was a trialist from Wapping. Made a scoring debut against Chelsea 3-4 at Mitcham South East Counties League (Div 1) 6 March 1975

ANDERSSON Sven

Sven Andersson began his professional career in Örgryte IS, a club with which he won the Allsvenskan championship in 1985. He got 1 cap for Sweden, and was called up as a reserve in the Swedish squad for the 1990 FIFA World Cup in Italy.

In 1993, after having retired from professional football, he was persuaded by Helsingborgs IF to make his comeback. Between 1993 and 2001 he played 233 consecutive Allsvenskan matches, and a total of 268 matches for the club. He was suspended from what was planned to be his last match for HIF due to a red card in his 233rd match.

 

Stevland

ANGUS

1995-96 South East Counties League (Div 1)

1996-97 South East Counties League (Div 1)

1997-98 Avon Insurance Football Combination

1997-98 Premier Youth League (Southern Conference)

1997-98 South East Counties League

 

1998-99 Avon Insurance Football Combination

1998-99 Youth Academy Under-19

1999-00 FA Premier Reserve League

1999-00 Youth Academy Under-19

2000-01 FA Premier Reserve League

Born: 16 September 1980

Essex

Position: Central-defender

Signed: 1 July 1997

 

Tony Carr's comment:

Ryan went by the nickname "Redbus" because he supported Charlton Athletic as a kid and that was the name of their sponsor. The fact that he supports Charlton means that he gets ribbed for it daily, but he's still a really committed young lad, a very good team player that we all think very highly of. Ryan's the type of player who will put his head in where it hurts and he's a tremendous little defender. He works really hard on the training pitch and we're hopeful that he might be able to push on and play regularly for the reserves."

 

The Second year Academy scholar was released in May 2006. Later played for Walton & Hersham, Sittingbourne, Thurrock and Alysbury United.

ANDREWS Ryan to Steve (Youth) ANDREWS Ryan

Keenan

APPIAH-FORSON

2017-18 Youth Academy Under-18

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Born: 16 October 2001

Position: Midfielder

Joined July 2018

AKINOLA Olatunji to Steve (Youth)

Defender Tunji Akinola joined West Ham United when he was just eight-years-old and has long been considered one of the Academy of Football's brightest prospects.

 

Tall and composed, Akinola is a ball-playing centre-back who was promoted to the U18 squad at the age of 15 and has already passed 50 appearances at U23 level.

 

Made his debut for West Ham United's U18 side while still an U15 schoolboy when he appeared at Everton on 29 March 2014. Made his debut for the Development Squad at the age of 16 on 6 February 2015, when he appeared in a 2-1 home win over Fulham.

 

Named captain of West Ham United U18s for the 2016-17 campaign. Crowned another promising season by starting the Premier League 2 Play-Off victories at Wolverhampton Wanderers and Newcastle United to secure promotion.

 

 

 

 

 

ANDERSSON Sven to Steve

In 2000 he earned his nickname San Siro-Sven with a last-minute penalty save against Inter Milan. In a 2000-01 UEFA Champions League qualifier, Helsingborgs were leading 1-0 on aggregate from the first leg with the second leg delicately poised at 0-0. In the final minute Inter were awarded a penalty but Alvaro Recoba saw his effort saved by Andersson, and Helsingborgs qualified at Inter's expense.

In November 2001 he joined Premier League side West Ham United, but left the following summer having not made a first team appearance for the club.

Sven Andersson later became a goalkeeping coach with Helsingborgs IF.

ANGUS Stevland

Essex schoolboy. Very quick defender, who is equally at home on the left or right. Stevland featured in the 1999 FA Youth Cup win, turning professional in August 1999. In need of first team experience, Angus joined Bournemouth on loan in August 2000, making his league debut on 12 August 2000 in a 1–1 draw away to Bristol Rovers. He returned to West Ham after two months having made nine appearances for Bournemouth, but failed to break into the first team and was released at the end of the 2000–01 season. In July 2001, Angus joined Cambridge United on a free transfer, signing a two-year contract

Robert

APPLEBY

1914-15 South Eastern League

1915-16 WW1 London Combination

1984-85 South East Counties League (Juniors)

1962-63 South East Counties League

Jason

APPS

Terry

ARCHER

Born: Unknown

Position: Inside-Right

Born:  Unknown

Position:  Outside-Right

Born:  Unknown

Position:  Outside-Left

 

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ANTHONY

1901-02 London League (Division One)

1901-02 South Eastern League

 

2011-12 Development Squad

 

 

Juliano Roberto ANTONELLO

Born: Unknown

Position:Left-Half

Born: 19 November 1979

Passo Fundo, Brazil

Position: Defensive Midfielder

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Juliano Roberto Antonello was a trialist. Made one appearance for Ian Henderson's Development Squad side against Queens Park Rangers 1-4 at Harlington Training Ground 6 September 2011.

Harold

ARMSTRONG

1909-10 South Eastern League (Division One)

1909-10 London League (Premier Division)

1909-10 Friendlies

 

2018-19 Youth Academy Under-18

Bright

ARREY-MBI

Born: 1885

Position: Outside-Right

Born: Unknown

Position: Defender

APPIAH-FORSON Keenan

Played in the FA Youth Cup replay at Brighton and scored in the 3-3 draw. Fractured his leg in a London Youth FA trial matchg in December 1963.

AMPOFO Chris Signature ANDERSON Alex APPLEBY Robert

Harrison

ASHBY

2017-18 Youth Academy Under-18

 

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Born: 14 November 2001

Position: Defender

He signed for Sheffield Wednesday from his hometown club, Wearside League champions Southwick, in April 1907. He netted 13 goals for Wednesday's reserve when they won the Midland League in 1908, but made only six first-team appearances for the Owls. He moved on to West Ham United in 1909, but never made an appearance for the first team, and left for Darlington at the end of the season. He played six FA Cup matches for his new club, scoring once, and also scored once in the North-Eastern League, before moving back to the Wearside League with Silksworth Colliery Welfare

ARMSTRONG H

Moses

ASHIKODI

2004-05 Reserves

2004-05 Friendlies

2005-06 Barclays Premier Reserve League

2005-06 Friendlies

 

Born: 27 June 1987

Lagos, Nigeria

Position: Inside-Left

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ARMITAGE

1932-33 Football Combination

 

1959-60 South East Counties League

 

A.

ARMSTRONG

Born: Unknown

Position: Goalkeeper

Born: Unknown

Position: Outside-Left

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ASHDOWN

1898-99 Friendlies

2007-08 Youth Academy Under-18

Anthony

ASHMAN

Born: Unknown

Position: Left-Back

Born: Unknown

Position: Left-Back

Cheye started his career at his boyhood club, spending 10 years in the West Ham Academy. After leaving the Hammers, Alexander spent one year at Port Vale, and impressed in a loan spell at Ilkeston Town from December 2013.

Released by the Valiants in the summer of 2014, he joined Concord Rangers in September 2014 and moved onto fellow Conference South side Bishop’s Stortford two months and caught the attention of Aldershot following many good performances and he signed for the Hampshire club in 2015 where he went on to make 45 appearances.

Full-back Cheye Alexander arrived at Barnet in June 2018 off the back of three seasons at Aldershot Town, helping them to a play-off spot on two occasions. The 23-year-old, who is no stranger to the National League, penned a two-year deal with the club ahead of the 2018-19 season.

His play-off experience in the National League will undoubtedly help Barnet’s promotion aspirations.

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ASHBY Harrison ASHIKODI Moses

Ashikodi began his career in the Millwall youth system. On 22 February 2003, he made his professional debut as a substitute in a 1–0 defeat at Brighton & Hove Albion. In doing so, at 15 years and 240 days, he became the youngest player to make a first team appearance for Millwall and the youngest player to make his Football League debut between 1988 and 2008.

He made a further four substitute appearances during the 2002–03 season, and was chosen by the club's youth academy staff as Millwall's Schoolboy of the Year award for a second successive season.

Ashikodi's career at Millwall effectively ended in February 2004 after a training ground incident that reportedly saw him threaten teammate Mark McCammon with a plastic knife. The club launched an investigation into the events, and on 29 April he left the club by mutual consent. A club statement read: "The disciplinary process has been concluded. We wish him the best of luck in his future career."

 

West Ham United

On 5 August 2004, Ashikodi joined Championship club West Ham United on a two-year contract after impressing during a trial. Manager Alan Pardew said: "Moses is getting a last chance with us. He is a major talent and, hopefully, he will have learned his lesson." However, he failed to make a first team appearance and was released at the end of the 2005–06 season.

POUNEWATCHY

Sebastien

1997-98 Football Combination

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1997-98 Football Combination

1997-98 Football Combination

POUNEWATCHY

Sebastien

POUNEWATCHY

Sebastien

Born: Islington, London

3 December 1962

Position: Goalkeeper

Born: Islington, London

3 December 1962

Position: Goalkeeper

Born: Islington, London

3 December 1962

Position: Goalkeeper

ASHMAN Anthony (B) Reserves & Youth Who's Who

Stephen

AYLOTT

1967-68 Metropolitan League

1967-68 South East Counties League  (Div 1)

1967-68 South East Counties League  (Div 2)

1968-69 Metro & Cups:

1969-70 Reserves

1969-70 Metropolitan League

1970-71 Football Combination

1970-71 Metropolitan League

 

Born: 5 September 1951

Islington, London

Position: Inside-Right

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ASTON

1906-07 Southern League (Division Two)

1970-71 South East Counties League (Div 1)

1970-71 South East Counties League (Div 2)

D.

ATKINS

Barry

ATTWOOD

Born: Unknown

Position: Inside-Right

Born: Unknown

Position: Goalkeeper

Born: Unknown

Position: Right-Half

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1983-84 South East Counties League (Seniors)

1983-84 South East Counties League (Juniors)

1984-85 Football Combination

1984-85 South East Counties League (Seniors)

1984-85 South East Counties League (Juniors)

1984-85 Friendlies

 

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Peter

AUGER

1957-58 South East Counties League

1958-59 South East Counties League

1957-58 London Mid-Week League

 

AVEDIKIAN

Alfred

AVERY

Born: Unknown

Position: Left-Back

Born: Unknown

Position: Centre-Forward

Trailist from Cambridge United

Born: Unknown

Position: Centre-Forward

Signed on amateur forms from Ilford

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1935-36 London Mid-Week League

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1999-00 Friendly

 

 

José Rodrigues Alves

ANTUNES

Born: 15 July 1976

Belem, Brazil

Position: Midfielder

Brazilian trialist who played in the West Ham United friendly against Maidenhead United at York Road 21 July 1999

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Terry

AVERY

1958-59 South East Counties League

1902-03 London League (Division One)

 

AXCELL

Born: Unknown

Position: Centre-Forward

Born: Unknown

Position: Outside-Left

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AYLOTT Steve

 

AYLWARD

Born: Unknown

Position: Goalkeeper

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1902-03 South Eastern League