List of York City F.C. players

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York City Football Club is an English association football club based in York, North Yorkshire. Formed in May 1922, the club was elected to play in the Midland League later that year, after failing to gain admission into the Football League.[3] After seven seasons of competing in the Midland League, the club was elected to play in the Football League ahead of the 1929–30 season.[4] After 75 years of League membership, York were relegated to the Football Conference in 2004.[5] This is where the club remained for eight years before promotion back into the League was achieved with victory in the 2012 Conference Premier play-off Final.[6] The club's first team have competed in numerous nationally organised competitions, and all players who have played in 100 or more such matches, either as a member of the starting eleven or as a substitute, are listed below.

Each player's details include the duration of his York career, his typical playing position while with the club, and the number of games played and goals scored in domestic league matches and in all senior competitive matches. Where applicable, the list also includes the national team for which the player was selected, and the number of senior international caps he won. The names are ordered first by number of appearances in total, then by number of league matches played, and then if necessary by date of debut. All statistics are correct up to and including the match played on 18 April 2014.

Introduction[edit]

Barry Jackson holds the record for York total and league appearances, having played 539 games in all competitions and 482 games in the Football League between 1958 and 1970.[7] He is followed by Andy McMillan, who made 492 total appearances and 421 league appearances from 1987 to 1999.[7] The appearance record for a goalkeeper is held by Tommy Forgan, having played 428 games between 1954 and 1966.[8] The player who has won the most international caps while at the club is Peter Scott with seven for Northern Ireland from 1976 to 1978.[9]

The goalscoring record is held by Norman Wilkinson, with 127 league goals, and 143 in total, scored between 1954 and 1966.[7] Keith Walwyn came three goals from equalling Wilkinson's total goals record, with 140 goals, including 119 in the league, scored between 1981 and 1987.[7] Jimmy Cowie holds the records for the most league and total goals scored in a season, set in 1928–29, with 49 league goals in as many games in the Midland League and 56 goals in all competitions.[10] For the Football League-era, the record for most goals in a season is held by Arthur Bottom, who scored 39 in the 1954–55 season.[11]

Key[edit]

Player

  • Players marked * were registered for the club as at the date specified above.
  • Players with name in italics and marked on loan were on loan from another club for the duration of their York career. The loaning club is noted in the Notes column.
  • Players marked double-dagger have won the Clubman of the Year award.[12]
Positions key
Pre-1960s 1960s–
GK Goalkeeper
FB Full back DF Defender
HB Half-back MF Midfielder
FW Forward
U Utility player

Position

  • Playing positions are listed according to the tactical formations that were employed at the time. Thus the change in the names of defensive and midfield positions reflects the tactical evolution that occurred from the 1960s onwards.

Club career

  • Club career is defined as the first and last calendar years in which the player appeared for the club in any of the competitions listed below.

League appearances and League goals

Total appearances and Total goals

International selection

  • Countries are listed only for players who have been selected for international football. Only the highest level of international competition is given, except where a player competed for more than one country, in which case the highest level reached for each country is shown.
  • For players having played at full international level, the caps column counts the number of such appearances during his career with the club.

Players with 100 or more appearances[edit]

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Paul Barnes, who was York's top scorer in each of his four seasons at the club, won the Clubman of the Year award in the 1993–94 season.[15]
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Matty Blair scored the goal that sent York back to the Football League with the winner in the 2012 Conference Premier play-off Final.[6]
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Chris Brass was player-manager from 2003 to 2004, in which time the club was relegated to the Conference National.[16]
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Richard Cresswell was sold to Sheffield Wednesday for a club record fee of £975,000 in 1999.
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Wally Gould was noted for his speed while playing on the wing for York from 1961 to 1963.[17]
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Goalkeeper Michael Ingham is the second highest appearing goalkeeper in York's history behind Tommy Forgan.
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John Mackin was a key figure in the York side that won promotion to the Third Division in the 1970–71 season.[19]
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Gordon Staniforth was voted Clubman of the Year in successive seasons, winning the award in 1977–78 and 1978–79.
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Steve Tutill made 366 appearances for York between 1987 and 1997.
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Norman Wilkinson is York's record goalscorer with 143 goals in a 12 year career with the club.
Players with 100 or more competitive appearances for York City F.C.
Player Position Club career League
apps
League
goals
Total
apps
Total
goals
International selection Caps Notes Refs
Jackson, BarryBarry Jackson DF 1958–1970 482 9 539 10 &
[A]
McMillan, AndyAndy McMillan double-dagger DF 1987–1999 421 5 492 5 &
Topping, ChrisChris Topping double-dagger DF 1968–1978 412 11 463 13 &
Hall, WayneWayne Hall DF 1989–2001 373 9 438 11 &
Ford, GaryGary Ford MF 1978–1987 366 53 435 64 &
Forgan, TommyTommy Forgan GK 1954–1966 388 0 428 0 &
[B]
Canham, TonyTony Canham MF 1985–1995 347 57 413 70 &
Wilkinson, NormanNorman Wilkinson FW 1954–1966 354 127 401 143 &
[C]
Burrows, PhilPhil Burrows clubman of the year DF 1966–1974 337 14 390 15 &
Hughes, BillyBilly Hughes FW 1951–1961 349 55 380 58 &
Tutill, SteveSteve Tutill clubman of the year DF 1987–1997 301 6 366 7 &
Storey, SidSid Storey FW 1947–1956 330 40 354 42 &
Hood, DerekDerek Hood clubman of the year DF / MF 1980–1988 300 32 354 36 &
Brown, GordonGordon Brown FW / HB 1950–1958 322 25 351 25 &
Howe, GeorgeGeorge Howe FB 1954–1961 307 0 338 0 &
McGurk, DavidDavid McGurk * clubman of the year DF 2004– 284 6 332 6 &
[L 1]
Parslow, DannyDanny Parslow * clubman of the year DF 2006– 260 3 315 4 Wales Wales Semi-Pro &
[9]
Swallow, BarryBarry Swallow DF 1969–1976 269 21 312 27 &
[D]
Spence, RonRon Spence HB 1948–1958 280 25 306 26 &
Ingham, MichaelMichael Ingham * clubman of the year GK 2003
2008–
253 0 303 0 Northern Ireland Northern Ireland 0 [L 2] [20]
Pollard, BrianBrian Pollard clubman of the year MF 1972–1977
1981–1984
264 60 302 68 England England youth &
[21]
Wragg, PeterPeter Wragg FW / HB 1956–1963 264 78 297 87 &
Walwyn, KeithKeith Walwyn clubman of the year FW 1981–1987 245 119 291 140 &
Pepper, NigelNigel Pepper MF 1990–1997 235 40 281 45 &
Crawford, GraemeGraeme Crawford GK 1971–1977
1980
252 0 280 0 &
Fenton, BillyBilly Fenton FW 1951–1958 257 118 278 124 &
[E]
Patrick, MattMatt Patrick U 1946–1954 248 47 261 48 &
[F]
Middlemas, JackJack Middlemas HB 1923–1929 228 4 259 5 &
Woods, AlanAlan Woods MF 1960–1966 228 4 259 4 England England youth &
[24]
Wass, TedTed Wass FB / HB 1932–1939 222 0 253 0 &
Fenoughty, TomTom Fenoughty FW 1926–1934 229 97 252 104 &
Hathway, TedTed Hathway HB / FW 1933–1939 218 38 250 43 &
[G]
Aimson, PaulPaul Aimson FW 1964–1966
1969–1973
219 98 248 113 &
Patrick, AlfAlf Patrick FW 1946–1953 228 109 241 117 &
[F][H]
Kiely, DeanDean Kiely GK 1991–1996 210 0 239 0 Republic of Ireland Republic of Ireland 0 [27]
Baker, GerryGerry Baker DF 1963–1968 214 7 234 9 &
McCarthy, JonJon McCarthy clubman of the year MF 1990–1995
2002
200 31 234 38 Northern Ireland Northern Ireland 0 [28]
Stewart, AlanAlan Stewart HB 1949–1956 208 1 231 1 &
Pinder, JackJack Pinder FB 1932–1948 199 4 229 4 &
[F]
Smith, ChrisChris Smith DF 2001–2004
2010–2013
188 7 222 9 &
[L 3]
Simpson, JohnJohn Simpson FB 1948–1953 207 0 220 0 &
Brenen, BertBert Brenen U 1939–1951 204 13 218 15 &
[F]
Heron, TommyTommy Heron DF 1961–1966 192 6 216 6 &
Rudd, BillyBilly Rudd FW 1962–1966 193 30 212 31 &
Spooner, PeterPeter Spooner FW 1931–1933
1935–1939
189 42 212 48 &
Barras, TonyTony Barras clubman of the year DF 1994–1999 171 11 206 15 &
Senior, SteveSteve Senior DF 1981–1987 168 6 206 7 &
Bullock, LeeLee Bullock MF 1998–2004
2012–2013
183 24 202 27 &
Bushell, SteveSteve Bushell clubman of the year MF 1991–1998 174 11 201 14 &
Byrne, JohnJohn Byrne FW 1979–1984 175 55 199 64 Republic of Ireland Republic of Ireland 0 [27]
McDonald, IanIan McDonald clubman of the year MF 1977–1981 175 29 195 31 &
Jordan, ScottScott Jordan MF 1992–2001 167 12 194 16 &
Woodward, JohnJohn Woodward DF / MF 1971–1977 167 6 191 6 Scotland Scotland youth &
[29]
Mackin, JohnJohn Mackin DF 1969–1973 160 7 184 8 &
Himsworth, GaryGary Himsworth U 1987–1990
1996–1998
157 11 184 13 &
Nogan, LeeLee Nogan FW 2001–2005 165 35 183 37 Wales Wales 0 [30]
Phillips, ErnieErnie Phillips FB 1954–1958 164 2 183 2 &
Seal, JimmyJimmy Seal FW 1972–1976 161 43 183 48 &
Kay, RoyRoy Kay DF 1978–1982 160 8 183 8 &
Helliwell, IanIan Helliwell clubman of the year FW 1987–1991 160 40 183 48 &
Hay, AlanAlan Hay DF 1982–1986
1988
151 3 182 4 &
Andrews, PercyPercy Andrews FB 1947–1954 176 0 181 0 &
Holmes, IanIan Holmes MF 1973–1977 159 30 180 35 &
Provan, AndyAndy Provan MF 1964–1968 160 49 179 54 &
Ranby, SamSam Ranby FW 1925–1929 158 40 179 52 &
Atkin, PaulPaul Atkin U 1991–1997 153 3 179 3 &
Sbragia, RickyRicky Sbragia DF 1982–1987 149 7 179 10 &
Barnes, PaulPaul Barnes clubman of the year FW 1992–1996 148 76 179 85 &
MacPhail, JohnJohn MacPhail clubman of the year DF 1983–1986 142 24 173 29 &
Banton, DaleDale Banton clubman of the year FW 1984–1988 138 49 173 55 &
Haslegrave, SeanSean Haslegrave MF 1983–1987 142 0 172 0 &
Walker, DennisDennis Walker FW / MF 1964–1968 154 19 169 19 &
Brass, ChrisChris Brass clubman of the year DF 2001–2004 152 6 166 8 &
[D]
Marples, ChrisChris Marples clubman of the year GK 1988–1993 138 0 166 0 &
Brodie, RichardRichard Brodie FW 2007–2010 135 53 165 69 England England C &
[33]
Staniforth, GordonGordon Staniforth clubman of the year FW 1976–1979
1987–1988
147 34 164 40 &
[L 4]
Barratt, TonyTony Barratt DF / MF 1989–1995 147 10 164 10 &
Clements, AndyAndy Clements U 1977–1981 148 6 163 8 &
Meredith, JamesJames Meredith DF 2009–2012 131 3 162 3 &
Bottom, ArthurArthur Bottom FW 1954–1958 137 92 158 105 &
[E]
Fountain, JackJack Fountain HB 1960–1964 130 3 152 4 &
Fox, StanStan Fox FW 1932–1938 136 4 151 5 &
Bingley, WalterWalter Bingley DF 1960–1963 130 5 151 5 &
Blackstone, IanIan Blackstone FW 1990–1994 129 37 148 42 &
Purkiss, BenBen Purkiss DF 2007–2010 120 2 148 3 &
[L 5]
Edmondson, DarrenDarren Edmondson DF 2000–2004 131 6 147 6 &
Jones, BarryBarry Jones clubman of the year DF 1997–2001 134 5 145 6 &
[L 6]
Jones, RogerRoger Jones GK 1982–1985 122 0 141 0 England England under-23 &
[34]
Murty, GraemeGraeme Murty MF / DF 1993–1998 117 7 141 9 Scotland Scotland 0 [35]
Baines, RegReg Baines FW 1924–1926
1931–1933
1937–1938
129 88 140 93 &
Fettis, AlanAlan Fettis clubman of the year GK 2000–2003 125 0 140 0 Northern Ireland Northern Ireland 0 [36]
Chambers, AshleyAshley Chambers MF 2010–2014 121 21 140 23 England England C &
[L 7] [37][38]
Gould, WallyWally Gould MF 1961–1963 120 25 138 27 &
Wharton, NormanNorman Wharton GK 1936–1939 117 0 138 0 &
Johnson, SamSam Johnson FB 1929–1933 124 0 137 0 &
Allen, BillyBilly Allen HB 1946–1950 130 23 136 24 &
[F][G]
Panther, MannyManny Panther MF 2005–2008 121 4 136 4 Scotland Scotland youth &
[39]
Gledhill, SammySammy Gledhill HB 1936–1949 123 6 135 8 &
[F][G]
Thompson, OllieOllie Thompson HB 1929–1932 121 2 133 2 &
Dunning, DarrenDarren Dunning clubman of the year MF 2003–2006 121 7 131 9 &
Beck, HarryHarry Beck HB 1929–1932 119 12 131 12 &
Potter, GrahamGraham Potter DF 2000–2003 114 5 131 8 England England under-21 &
[40]
Naylor, GlennGlenn Naylor FW 1990–1996 111 30 129 32 &
Hughes, JimmyJimmy Hughes FW 1934–1939 106 30 127 36 &
Boyer, PhilPhil Boyer FW 1968–1970 109 27 126 34 England England 0 [41]
Mills, SimonSimon Mills clubman of the year MF 1985–1987 99 4 126 8 &
Mollatt, RonRon Mollatt HB 1955–1960 124 1 125 1 &
Cresswell, RichardRichard Cresswell FW 1996–1999
2013
106 23 124 26 England England under-21 &
[I][L 8] [44]
Dunmore, DaveDave Dunmore FW 1952–1954
1965–1967
111 38 123 41 &
Reid, ShaunShaun Reid MF 1988–1992 106 7 122 8 &
James, SteveSteve James DF 1976–1980 105 1 119 2 England England youth &
[45]
Howlett, GaryGary Howlett MF 1988–1991 101 13 119 13 Republic of Ireland Republic of Ireland 0 [27]
Merris, DaveDave Merris clubman of the year DF 2003–2006 109 2 118 3 &
Randall, KevinKevin Randall FW 1977–1981 107 27 118 31 &
[D]
Crosby, MalcolmMalcolm Crosby MF 1981–1985 103 4 117 4 &
Stephenson, PaulPaul Stephenson MF 1995–1998 97 8 117 9 England England youth &
[46]
Spence, JoeJoe Spence FB / HB 1950–1953 110 0 115 0 &
Scott, PeterPeter Scott DF 1975–1978 100 3 114 3 Northern Ireland Northern Ireland 7 [J] [9]
Walsh, JimmyJimmy Walsh DF 1978–1981 99 2 114 2 &
Loughran, JimmyJimmy Loughran HB 1925–1928
1931
97 12 114 16 &
Evans, ChrisChris Evans DF 1982–1985 96 1 114 1 &
Taylor, ArchieArchie Taylor MF 1968–1971 96 8 112 9 &
Rankine, MichaelMichael Rankine FW 2009–2011
2013
93 20 111 24 &
[L 9]
Farrell, CraigCraig Farrell FW 2006–2009 91 21 111 27 England England youth &
[47]
Warburton, RayRay Warburton DF 1989–1993 90 9 111 11 &
Cooper, RichardRichard Cooper MF 2001–2004 100 4 110 4 England England youth &
[48]
Hodgson, BillyBilly Hodgson FW 1967–1970 98 3 110 3 &
Rowe, RodneyRodney Rowe FW 1997–1999 97 21 110 28 &
Hocking, MattMatt Hocking DF 1999–2002 97 2 110 2 &
[L 4]
McMahon, KevinKevin McMahon FW 1969–1972 93 31 110 35 &
Cave, MickyMicky Cave clubman of the year MF 1974–1977 96 13 109 15 &
Duckworth, DickDick Duckworth HB 1936–1939 88 0 109 0 &
[D]
Jones, ChrisChris Jones FW 1973–1975 95 34 107 37 &
Hewitt, DickDick Hewitt FW 1969–1972 91 7 106 9 &
Faulkner, SteveSteve Faulkner DF 1978–1981 90 7 105 8 &
Linaker, JohnnyJohnny Linaker FW 1950–1951
1953–1955
98 20 103 20 &
Stancliffe, PaulPaul Stancliffe clubman of the year DF 1991–1994 91 3 103 3 &
Pouton, AlanAlan Pouton MF 1996–1999 90 7 103 8 &
Tinkler, MarkMark Tinkler MF 1997–1999 90 7 103 7 England England youth &
[49]
Davidson, IanIan Davidson MF 1969–1971 86 4 102 8 &
Woolford, MartynMartyn Woolford MF 2006–2008 86 22 102 25 England England C &
[9]
Tolson, NeilNeil Tolson FW 1996–1999 84 18 102 24 &
Blair, MattyMatty Blair MF 2011–2013 85 16 101 27 England England C &
[50]
Sodje, OnomeOnome Sodje FW 2007–2009 81 21 101 24 &
Oyebanjo, LanreLanre Oyebanjo * DF 2011– 89 2 100 3 Republic of Ireland Republic of Ireland under-21 &
[51]

Players with fewer than 100 appearances[edit]

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ Jackson holds the club record for the most total appearances for York City. He also holds the club record for the most league games.[7]
  2. ^ Forgan has played more games in goal for York City than anyone else.[8]
  3. ^ Wilkinson holds the club record for the most total goals for York City. He also holds the club record for the most league goals.[7]
  4. ^ a b c d Player who also managed the club.[31][32]
  5. ^ a b Bottom holds the club record for the most goals in a season during the Football League-era; 39 in the 1954–55 season.[11] Fenton and Bottom share the club record for the most Football League goals in a season; Fenton scored 31 in the 1951–52 season and Bottom scored 31 in the 1954–55 and 1955–56 seasons.[22]
  6. ^ a b c d e f Also played for York City during the Second World War.[23]
  7. ^ a b c Player statistics exclude three games played in the aborted 1939–40 season.[25]
  8. ^ Patrick holds the club record for the most goals by a York City player in a Football League match. He scored five times in a 6–1 victory against Rotherham United on 20 November 1948.[26]
  9. ^ Cresswell holds the club record for the highest transfer fee received by the club; £950,000, which was paid by Sheffield Wednesday on 25 March 1999.[42][43]
  10. ^ Scott holds the club record for the most full international caps won by a player while at York City.[9]

Player statistics include games played while on loan from:

References[edit]

General

  • Batters, Dave (2008). York City: The Complete Record. Breedon Books. ISBN 978-1-85983-633-0. 
  • Windross, Dave; Jarred, Martin (1997). Citizens and Minstermen, A Who's Who of York City FC 1922–1997. Citizen Publications. ISBN 978-0-9531005-0-7. 
  • "York City". Soccerbase. 

Specific

  1. ^ Flett, Dave (14 May 2012). "Match report: Newport County 0, York City 2 – FA Trophy final". The Press (York). Retrieved 1 February 2014. 
  2. ^ Flett, Dave (21 May 2012). "Match report: York City 2, Luton Town 1 – play-off final". The Press (York). Retrieved 1 February 2014. 
  3. ^ Batters. York City: The Complete Record. pp. 13–15. 
  4. ^ Batters. York City: The Complete Record. p. 23. 
  5. ^ Batters. York City: The Complete Record. p. 101. 
  6. ^ a b Maiden, Phil (20 May 2012). "Luton 1–2 York". BBC Sport. Retrieved 23 May 2012. 
  7. ^ a b c d e f Batters. York City: The Complete Record. p. 426. 
  8. ^ a b Batters. York City: The Complete Record. p. 169. 
  9. ^ a b c d e Batters. York City: The Complete Record. p. 428. 
  10. ^ Batters. York City: The Complete Record. p. 250. 
  11. ^ a b Batters. York City: The Complete Record. p. 302. 
  12. ^ "Billy Fenton Memorial Trophy Winners". York City F.C. 24 May 2012. Retrieved 6 August 2013. 
  13. ^ League appearances and goals up until the end of the 2007–08 season are sourced to:
    Batters. York City: The Complete Record. pp. 238–411, 434–456. 
    League appearances and goals from the 2008–09 season onwards are sourced to:
    "Squad stats". Soccerbase. Retrieved 12 December 2011.  Individual seasons accessed via dropdown menu.
    "Mansfield 1–0 York". BBC Sport. 7 February 2009. Retrieved 12 December 2011. 
    "York 3–0 Mansfield". BBC Sport. 26 December 2009. Retrieved 12 December 2011. 
    Flett, Dave (19 August 2012). "Reality check for York City after 3–1 opening day defeat by Wycombe Wanderers". The Press (York). Retrieved 12 January 2013. 
    Flett, Dave (1 October 2012). "Match report: Aldershot 0, York City 2". The Press (York). Retrieved 12 January 2013. 
    "McLaughlin credited with goal against Gillingham". The Press (York). 5 February 2013. Retrieved 27 November 2013. 
    "York City beaten 2–1 at home by Barnet in npower League Two". The Press (York). 16 February 2013. Retrieved 27 November 2013. 
  14. ^ Other appearances and goals up until the end of the end of the 2007–08 season are sourced to:
    Batters. York City: The Complete Record. pp. 238–421, 434–456. 
    Other appearances and goals from the 2008–09 season onwards are sourced to:
    "Squad stats". Soccerbase. Retrieved 12 December 2011.  Individual seasons accessed via dropdown menu.
    Flett, Dave (27 October 2008). "York City 0, Mansfield 0 (FAC4Q)". The Press (York). Retrieved 12 December 2011. 
    Flett, Dave (29 October 2008). "Mansfield 1, York City 0". The Press (York). Retrieved 12 December 2011. 
    Flett, Dave (5 November 2008). "Setanta Shield: York City 1, Mansfield Town 1 (4–2 on pens)". The Press (York). Retrieved 12 December 2011. 
    Flett, Dave (17 December 2008). "Northwich 0, York City 2 – FA Trophy". The Press (York). Retrieved 12 December 2011. 
    Flett, Dave (14 January 2009). "York City strikers McBreen and Brodie on target to seal impressive FA Trophy win at Oxford". The Press (York). Retrieved 12 December 2011. 
    Flett, Dave (21 January 2009). "Curse of Barrow goal ace Wayne Curtis see York City slide out of Setanta Shield". The Press (York). Retrieved 12 December 2011. 
    Flett, Dave (12 February 2009). "York City 1, Kidderminster 1 (13–12 on penalties after extra time)". The Press (York). Retrieved 12 December 2011. 
    Carroll, Steve (23 February 2009). "Daniel McBreen's double strike ignites York City's Wembley dream in the FA Trophy". The Press (York). Retrieved 12 December 2011. 
    Flett, Dave (16 March 2009). "Prospect of a Wembley outing in the FA Trophy final provides a welcome fillip for York City". The Press (York). Retrieved 12 December 2011. 
    Flett, Dave (23 March 2009). "Wembley here we come ... York City beat Telford United to book a place in the FA Trophy final". The Press (York). Retrieved 12 December 2011. 
    Martini, Peter (9 May 2009). "Stevenage 2 York City 0 – FA Trophy Final from Wembley". The Press (York). Retrieved 12 December 2011. 
    Carroll, Steve (26 October 2009). "York City 2, Bedworth 0 – FA Cup fourth qualifying round". The Press (York). Retrieved 12 December 2011. 
    Flett, Dave (14 December 2009). "Hinckley United 0, York City 0 – FA Trophy". The Press (York). Retrieved 12 December 2011. 
    Flett, Dave (16 December 2009). "York City 3, Hinckley United 1 – FA Trophy replay". The Press (York). Retrieved 12 December 2011. 
    Flett, Dave (21 January 2010). "Newport County 0, York City 0 – FA Trophy". The Press (York). Retrieved 12 December 2011. 
    Flett, Dave (27 January 2010). "York City 1, Newport County 0 – FA Trophy replay". The Press (York). Retrieved 12 December 2011. 
    Flett, Dave (1 February 2010). "York City 1, Corby Town 0 – FA Trophy". The Press (York). Retrieved 12 December 2011. 
    Flett, Dave (3 March 2010). "Barrow 2, York City 1 – FA Trophy quarter-final". The Press (York). Retrieved 12 December 2011. 
    Flett, Dave (25 October 2010). "Kidderminster 0, York City 2". The Press (York). Retrieved 12 December 2011. 
    Flett, Dave (13 December 2010). "Match report: York City 0, Boston United 1 – FA Trophy, first round". The Press (York). Retrieved 12 December 2011. 
    Flett, Dave (31 October 2011). "Match report: Wrexham 2, York City 1 – FA Cup". The Press (York). Retrieved 12 December 2011. 
    Flett, Dave (12 December 2011). "Match report: York City 2, Solihull Moors 2 – FA Trophy". The Press (York). Retrieved 12 December 2011. 
    Flett, Dave (14 December 2011). "Match report: Solihull Moors 0, York City 3 – FA Trophy". The Press (York). Retrieved 14 December 2011. 
    Flett, Dave (16 January 2012). "Match report: Salisbury City 2, York City 6 – FA Trophy round two". The Press (York). Retrieved 21 January 2012. 
    Flett, Dave (15 February 2012). "Match report: York City 1, Ebbsfleet United 0 – FA Trophy third round". The Press (York). Retrieved 15 February 2012. 
    Flett, Dave (27 February 2012). "Match report: Grimsby Town 0, York City 1 – FA Trophy quarter-final". The Press (York). Retrieved 4 March 2012. 
    Flett, Dave (12 March 2012). "Match report: York City 1, Luton Town 0 – FA Trophy semi-final, first leg". The Press (York). Retrieved 13 March 2012. 
    Flett, Dave (19 March 2012). "Match report: Luton Town 1, York City 1 – FA Trophy semi-final, second leg". The Press (York). Retrieved 19 March 2012. 
    Flett, Dave (14 May 2012). "Match report: Newport County 0, York City 2 – FA Trophy final". The Press (York). Retrieved 14 May 2012. 
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  16. ^ Batters. York City: The Complete Record. p. 228. 
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  18. ^ Batters. York City: The Complete Record. pp. 380–381. 
  19. ^ Batters. York City: The Complete Record. p. 188. 
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  25. ^ Batters. York City: The Complete Record. pp. 272–273. 
  26. ^ Batters. York City: The Complete Record. p. 290. 
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