* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Roger Edmund Philbert Stanislaus (born 2 November 1968) is an English former professional footballer. Stanislaus began his career at Arsenal as a trainee on leaving school in 1985, but left two years later after failing to earn himself a professional contract. He then spent three seasons with Brentford and five with Bury, before his ill-fated transfer to Orient in the summer of 1995.
In February 1996, his contract with Leyton Orient was terminated by the club after he had been banned by the Football Association for 12 months for using a performance-enhancing drug (cocaine). He claimed that he had taken the cocaine at a family funeral two days before being tested.