Billingham Social Club - Billingham Town FC
Celebrating 50 Years of Football
Saturday 25th November
KO. 3:00 pm
NORTHERN LEAGUE 2
Dan Wilson - (Player/Coach)
Dan still has a lot to offer the team so I've encouraged him to keep playing. Previously played in the National Super League for Middlesbrough Futsal, on top of that Dan is a top coach and an asset on and off the court.
Troy Baker (GK)
Troy is new to futsal but he is a big, imposing goalkeeper, and a great shot stopper. He is keen to learn and I'm confident he'll be a big success as the season progresses.
Our most experienced signing and a bit of a coup. Although Mikey's time is limited, when he is available to us he will be a huge asset. Mikey also currently plays for Whitby Town in the Evo-Stik Premier Division.
Sean is an experienced and versatile futsal player, previously played in the National League with Middlesbrough Futsal and Teesside Futsal.
Owen is young, but vastly experienced. He has played for Middlesbrough Futsal and is an England International for the Partially Sighted Futsal Squad. Owen brings pace, skill and a vicious shot.
Jake is another player who has played in the National League previously, an effective attacking player who scores goals in abundance, previously finished top scorer in National League North 2 for the 2013/14 season with 20 goals in 9 appearances.
Tom is a versatile, technical player. First introduced to futsal whilst studying at Loughborough University, and coached by current England Manager Mike Skubala.
The veteran of the side, Stu is new to futsal but his technical ability mean he has taken to it straight away. A calm head with an eye for goal.
Jack is a local youngster spotted by Dan whilst coaching, he is full of skill and trickery we have high hopes for Jack.
Another youngster who we feel will adapt well and be an asset. 'Gee' is a quick attacking player, currently in the youth set up with Darlington FC.
Hopper is a great little player, new to futsal but with all the attributes to be a success, calm in possession and an eye for a pass.
Jamma is well known around the club as first team coach, everyone knows someone who is great at small sided football, Jamma is that man!
Ste has some previous futsal experience in local leagues but is more than capable of the step up. A lovely left foot and king of the step over. Versatile and confident both defending and attacking.
Wednesday 23rd November
Ryton Crawcrook Albion
1 v 0
EA League Cup