Programme Editors: A Word document of the player profiles can be downloaded below. Our history is also available.
#OneDannyBracken started his career at West Ham before moving to Sutton & Tooting, progressing to the 1st team squad before being signed at the start of the 2010/2011 season. Danny is now established as 1st team goalkeeper, winning all club accolades in 2013.
Attacking full back who gets forward whenever possible. Scored a screamer in Casuals’ 2-1 win over AFC Wimbledon. Tom joined the club in 2010 from Leatherhead after progressing through their youth and reserve teams.
Joined from Kingstonian in 2010. Joe is a solid centre back with great ball control skills. Previous clubs include Walton and Hersham. The 23 year old defender took on the captaincy last season with great dignity worthy of the Corinthian name.
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Last season’s ‘most improved player’, Danny was instrumental in the outstanding defensive record attained in the latter half of the season. Can play both right back and centre back. Previous clubs include Chipstead and Whyteleafe.
A former Ugandan under-23 international, Meddie is an experienced, tough tackling player who can play in defence or central midfield. Meddie has also played for Carshalton Athletic, Hampton & Richmond Borough, Staines Town and Slough.
Jordan joined us in February 2014 as a recruit from Carshalton Athletic. A naturally attack-minded left back who can also play in a more forward role. Has a vicious shot on him. Other previous clubs include Bedfont Sports.
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! Dave has now made over 150 appearances for the club. His versatility makes him comfortable anywhere down the left side.
27 year old defender can play anywhere along the defensive line. Ben joined us from fellow Ryman Division One South rivals Burgess Hill in 2013. Former clubs include Crawley Town, Worthing Peacehaven & Telscombe and New York Tech!
Jason is a tough tackling midfielder whose experience is invaluable to the younger members of the squad. Previous clubs include Kingstonian, Carshalton Athletic, Hampton & Richmond, Tooting and Dulwich Hamlet
Lee joins us from Walton Casuals this season after playing a pivotal role for the Stags, earning many ‘Man-of-the-Match’ accolades in his year at Waterside. The midfielder also counts Tooting and Mitcham and Harrow Borough as previous clubs.
Joined us in 2013 from Ryman South championship winning side Dulwich Hamlet. Ellis is strong and comfortable on the ball and is a great addition to the team. Other previous clubs include Tooting & Mitcham and Fisher FC.
A 28 year old former Chelsea trainee, Danny started as a striker but has now become more defensive minded. Danny is one of the longest serving members of the team playing over 200 games and is a former club player of the year. Previous clubs include Walton & Hersham. Prolific tweeter!
Midfielder / Striker who broke into the first team last season after working his way through the reserves. Previously at Molesey and Epsom & Ewell. When on form he is the most skillful player at the club. Loves his photo being taken!
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Known as “Busy” Jamie is a fans favourite down at King George’s Arena. Has bagged over 80 goals in his two spells at Casuals. A massive impact last year; Jamie scored 32 times, crowning him ‘Player of the Season’. Previous clubs include Tooting & Mitcham and Kingstonian.
A hard working forward who had been with the club a number of years, breaking through from the reserve team. Prolific in his first season, Joel capped it off by scoring the second goal in the club´s Surrey Cup final victory three seasons ago. Has the strangest song sung about him by the fans.
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Skillful winger now in his third season at the club. Has serious pedigree and pace to burn. Juevan was formerly on the books at AFC Wimbledon, Salisbury City and Whyteleafe.
A natural goalscorer, Steve joined us from Leatherhead. Was once part of AFC Wimbledon’s youth setup. Due to work commitments has not been a regular in the last few seasons.
Made his mark with the Casuals at the end of last season, coming in for the last half dozen games or so. The 21 year old former Fulham trainee has also played for Wycombe Wanderers and Conference side Lincoln City.
Carl is an experienced striker who is held in high regard throughout many Ryman league teams. Carl has played for a plethora of clubs including a crucial role in winning the Ryman South title with Kingstonian in 2009. Other clubs include Crawley Town, Newport County, Dulwich Hamlet and Havant & Waterlooville.
Michael is an exciting young striker who joined us from Redhill last season. A product of Staines Town’s academy, Michael counts his previous clubs as Salisbury, Woking and Aylesbury United.
Former first-team coach re-joins us in February 2014. A former coach at Fulham FC and manager of Chessington United, Matt has also worked as Academy Manager at Wimbledon and is currently in his third year at Woking FC Academy where he has reached the FA Cup 2nd round on two occasions.
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.
Assistant Manager in his fourth season at the club, Luke is a popular chap and a good link between the players and management. In his playing days he was a goalkeeper for Kingstonian, Tooting & Mitcham and Walton & Hersham amongst others.
The former Casuals captain who signed as a defender from Kingstonian in mid 2010 has joined the coaching team. Wayne has real pedigree having won Ryman One South titles with both K’s and AFC Wimbledon..
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.