Archives for Southern Combination Cup

Dquame Copeland

  Signed for Greenwich Borough in December 2018, and has since played for Welling United with loan spells at Lewes and Merstham, prior to becoming Martin Kuhl’s last signing for Staines Town on 14 February 2020, making his début in the 6-3 league defeat at Chertsey Town the next day. He was retained by Paul Barnes for the abortive 2020/1 season, before rejoining Staines early in September 2021 to add to his 21 previous appearances for the Club. Staines Town début 15.02.2020 –  A v Chertsey Town (ILsc, L3-6)
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Leagues: FA Trophy, Isthmian League Division One South Central, Middlesex Senior Cup and Southern Combination Cup.
Seasons: 2020-21 and 2021-22.
Positions: Defender.

Kristian Campbell

  Started the 21/22 season with Molesey, and previously had two seasons with Colliers Wood United, plus short spells at clubs including Raynes Park Vale and Tooting & Mitcham United. Scored on his club début, the 4-1 friendly v CB Hounslow United on 9.11.21.
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Leagues: FA Cup, FA Trophy, Isthmian League Division One South Central, Middlesex Senior Cup and Southern Combination Cup.
Seasons: 2021-22.
Positions: Midfielder.

Matty Bonnett

  Matty is in his second season with Wraysbury Village and, like Stan Anum, was also signed by Staines on 04/09/2021: he was first named in the squad for the cup ties with Three Bridges and Broadfields United in October 2021, and made his début in the friendly away at Burnham on 30 December 2021. He started with Slough Town at the age of 15, and has also played for Burnham Village.
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Leagues: FA Cup, FA Trophy, Isthmian League Division One South Central and Southern Combination Cup.
Seasons: 2021-22.
Positions: Goalkeeper.

James Norman

A prolific scorer with Teddington Athletic and Hanworth Sports in his youth, James then spent two seasons in the Academy and Reserves at Hampton & Richmond Borough.  As well as trials with North Bangkok (his mother is from Thailand) and Spanish 2nd Division side CD Olimpic Xativa, he has more recently played for London Tigers and Spelthorne Sports, before his Staines Town début on 9.11.21 vs CB Hounslow United.
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Leagues: FA Cup, FA Trophy, Isthmian League Division One South Central, Middlesex Senior Cup and Southern Combination Cup.
Seasons: 2021-22.
Positions: Midfielder.

Isiah Goddard-Joseph

  He was in the Academy at Wycombe Wanderers in 2012, and then went on to play for Ascot United and Windsor (2016).  Between 2015 and Nov ’19 he was studying and playing in the USA, the first two years in Kansas with Bethany College “Swedes”, and then in Tennessee with Milligan College “Buffaloes”.  In 2018, he was capped at U20 level by Trinidad & Tobago.  On his return to England, in Nov 2020, he joined Slough Town’s A23 (Suburban League Development) side (9 apps in 2020/1), where he will again dual-register in 2021/2.
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Leagues: FA Cup, Isthmian League Division One South Central, Middlesex Senior Cup and Southern Combination Cup.
Seasons: 2021-22.
Positions: Defender.

Timi Oshineye

  Oluwatimileyin Oshineye (or Timi Osh for short) reporesented Bexley Borough in 2004, and subsequently played as a junior with Welling United (2008), Tenembee (2009-10), Sporting Hackney, Stevenage (2012, where he was known as Temitope Oshineye), and Oxford United FC (from 2012 until his release as a 1st year scholar in 2014).  He continued to play academy football with Bromley (2014-16, once making the 1st team bench, and then signed for Portsmouth (2016-17) and was on the verge of a pro’ contract until the departure of Paul Cook scuppered those plans.  Following half a season at Tilbury, he played for Merstham in
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Leagues: FA Cup, FA Trophy, Isthmian League Division One South Central, Middlesex Senior Cup and Southern Combination Cup.
Seasons: 2021-22.
Positions: Defender.

Tela Trivelato

  After playing for Colney Heath (2014/15, 4 apps), he made the move to Portuguese 3rd Division side Corunchense, where he spent almost four years.  Played for Harlow Town in 2018/19, and split 2019/20 between Wingate & Finchley and Ilford, before moving to FC Romania for the truncated 2020/1 campaign.   Staines Town début 03.07.21 –  H v Farnborough (fr, 1-1)
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Leagues: FA Cup, FA Trophy, Isthmian League Division One South Central, Middlesex Senior Cup and Southern Combination Cup.
Seasons: 2021-22.
Positions: Midfielder.

Elliot King

  The latest Wraysbury Village player to dual register with Staines Town, doing so in October 2021, only a few weeks after joining The Stags. Started his senior career as a forward in the ranks at Enfield Town when 18. Gained a place in the Ware 1st Team late in the 2011/12 season (8 lg games, 2 goals), and his 36 league outings (11 goals) made him the most appeared player in Nicky Ironton’s side the following season, adding a further 7 lg apps (1 goal) in 2013/14. Also gained experience with Bishop’s Stortford and Hertford Town, but then dropped
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Leagues: FA Cup, FA Trophy, Isthmian League Division One South Central, Middlesex Senior Cup and Southern Combination Cup.
Seasons: 2021-22.
Positions: Midfielder.

David Pitt

  Started as a scholar with Brentford (2008-10), before playing for Cypriot club APEP Pitsilia in 2011/12, followed by a short spell in Albania with VKZ Vllaznia Shkodër.  Had trials at a number of other European clubs, including one in Greece and one in the Romanian 3rd Division, before returning to play for Ascot United in 2015/16.  He then appeared for Brackley Town (2016/17), Hayes & Yeading United (2017/18 2 apps 1 gl), Barton Rovers (2017/18), Bedfont Sports (2018/19), Chalfont St Peter (2019/20, 7 app, 1 gl), and briefly for Stratford Town (2019/20, 1 app).  Added some appearances for Broadfields
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Leagues: FA Cup, FA Trophy, Isthmian League Division One South Central, Middlesex Senior Cup and Southern Combination Cup.
Seasons: 2021-22.
Positions: Forward.