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Danny began his career at West Ham before spells at Tooting and Sutton United. Since joining Casuals in 2011, Danny has established himself as one of the finest stoppers in the Ryman League & crowned best keeper in Division One South last year. Notched nearly 200 consecutive appearances for the club.
A fantastic shot stopper who’s returned to Corinthian-Casuals after a successful stint at Sutton United, where he won the Suburban League amongst other honours. Ricky was a regular reserve keeper for Casuals and notched up a number of first team appearances at King George’s in his first spell.
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Most Improved Player of the Season joined Casuals from Sutton in 2015 and immediately impressed. 21 year old Terry played the most games of any outfield player in the squad last season - no less than 60 matches. Nickname ‘Terry Butcher’ due to his profession.
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Danny has been a commanding centre-back at Casuals for a number of years and has the ability to play across the whole defensive line. Forged an impressive partner-ship with Murray last season. Former 'Most Improved Player of the Season'. Previous clubs include Whyteleafe and Chipstead.
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Dave came to pre-season trials in July 2010 and after some reserve matches progressed to 1st team duty. What he failed to mention to anyone was that he played for Glossop North End in the 2009 FA Vase final at Wembley and was also their leading scorer! Deceptively dangerous on the left wing, Dave won Players player, Manager’s player and Supporter’s player of the year accolades last season. Avid Leicester City fan.
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The matador has returned. After joining Tooting and Mitcham and Whyteleafe earlier in the season, ‘Busy’ has returned to Casuals where he’s already scored over 110 goals in 300+ appearances for the club. The popular striker is also the only English player to play for 2-time FIFA World Champions Corinthians Paulista after he donned the shirt for the last ten minutes in Casuals’ historic tour match in 2015.
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In many supporter’s eyes, Warren is the most impressive right-back to play for the club in years. Lightning pace, quick feet and a calm persona makes Warren a dangerous threat going forward yet a reliable defender when needed. Previous clubs include Sutton United and Carshalton Athletic.
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'Ginger Ninja' Brandon is a dangerous looking attacking midfielder who won honours with Sutton United’s Youth and Reserve sides before joining Corinthian-Casuals in 2015. Unbelievable strength on the ball despite being one of the smallest on the field of play.
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Talented player who’s featured for the Reserves as well as on the fringes of the first XI for a couple of years. Bags of pace and strong on the ball, Shaun possesses many of the skills required to be a top striker.
This pacy Californian can play as a winger on both sides or up-front. Played in the USA for a number of years earning a call-up to the US development side in 2010. Max counts Lewes and Grays Athletic as previous clubs.
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Charismatic Kojo joined the Casuals in the summer after previously earning a scholarship with Southend United and playing for the University of Portsmouth’s First XI. A natural midfielder, Kojo’s tireless work rate and passing ability makes him useful in any position.
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Former Sutton United Youth Team Player of the Year, Jack won multiple honours with James Bracken’s youth side, including captaining the U’s for their Ryman Champion of Champions win in 2016. A very promising defender.
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Skilful winger now in his fifth season at the club. Has serious pedigree and pace to burn. Juevan was formerly on the books at AFC Wimbledon, Salisbury City and Whyteleafe. Scored more goals last season than his previous three years combined.
Delighted to welcome back Mu to Casuals at the end of 2016. Mu had previously played for the club a number of years ago scoring eight times in 26 appearances. The attacking midfielder has played at a number of clubs including Leatherhead, Met Police and Dulwich Hamlet.
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23 year old midfielder Josh joined Casuals this past summer following a move from Farnborough. Has good Ryman Premier experience having previously been with Leatherhead, working his way through the youth ranks. Already made an impact in pre-season.
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So versatile, he can, and has, played in every position for Casuals in 2015... including goalkeeper. If you had a team full of Josh Uzuns, you won’t be far off winning the league. Bagged 15 goals last season and impressed all round. A product of Leyton Orient’s youth system.
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Made an immediate impact by scoring on his debut in the FA Cup in August 2016. Jordan counts Crystal Palace as a former club where he completed a two year scholarship as an apprentice professional-footballer. A constant attacking threat, Jordan has also spent time with Carshalton.
Technically gifted in midfield, Ben is one to watch. Previously with Sutton United, Ben joined the Casuals in 2015. Has horrific dress sense.
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A powerful and imposing striker who joined Corinth ahead of the 2015/16 season. The 20 year old Okojie previously made appearances for Southern League side Hitchin Town where he impressed by hitting a phenomenal 24 goals in nine games for their under-19s.
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Won player of the year in 3 consecutive seasons for Sutton United's youth team having scored 55 goals in 71 appearances predominantly from the wing. Also scored an impressive 20 goals in 25 games for the title-winning Reserves before joining Casuals in August 2015.
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Exciting summer signing, Ben looks the real-deal. A Kingstonian youth player, the pacey winger was with James Bracken at Sutton United before moving to Belgium. Now, he’s back and very much in Bracken’s plans.
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'Super' Maz returns to Casuals in 2016 after a season long spell at Ryman Premier side Hendon, when he impressed them in a London Senior Cup tie between the sides. A former product of Fulham's academy, this incredibly skillful winger wowed many in Brazil in 2015 during the club's historic tour.
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Although barely in his thirties, James already has a fantastic managerial record which includes steering Sutton United reserves to three consecutive Suburban League Premier title wins including the 2014/15 season in which his side remained unbeaten for the whole campaign. Bracken picked up no less than seven trophies in 2015 with the U’s as well as picking up Ryman Youth ‘Champion-of-Champions’ last term.
General Club Manager, Brian has been involved with the club for a number of years and guided the club to the 2011 Surrey Senior Cup Final which we went on to win 2-0 v Leatherhead.
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Joe’s playing days saw him rise through the ranks of the youth system at Corinthian-Casuals, into the reserves and onto the first team. Has since developed into a fantastic coach and surely still picks up wise words of wisdom from his father, Tony, who also once held the Assistant Manager position at Casuals.
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Dan started his football career at Crystal Palace, regularly turning out for their youth sides and playing in the FA Youth Cup. At only 22, he’s by far the youngest of the coaching set-up but with a serious knee injury preventing him competing, Dan has taken to a coaching role.
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Goalkeeping Coach; Alan is a long serving member of the club having had involvement managing the reserves and then progressing to the first XI.
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Physio who works hard getting the players back to full fitness, Carly graduated in Sports Rehab at St Mary’s in 2006 and was at Met Police before joining us here at Casuals. In her spare time Carly enjoys long distance running and has completed the London Marathon in just over 3 hours.
A vital part of James' backroom staff, Jon plays an integral role in assisting the team, managing the statistical side of the game. A competent shot-stopper himself, he's the brother of Gareth Williams, the ex-Casuals goalkeeper who was most recently at Horsham.