Walsall player 181. Lewis Campbell


Lewis Campbell (born April 1864; date of death unknown) was a Scottish footballer. He was pacey and difficult to defend against. Campbell played for Dumbarton, Helensburgh, Glasgow United, and Hibernian, before moving to England to play for Aston Villa. At Villa he earned an FA Cup runner-up medal in 1892 as he was unable to prevent West Bromwich Albion romping to victory 3–0 at The Oval. In August 1893, he joined Port Vale. He claimed 13 goals in 27 Second Division in the 1893–94 season, and became the first “Valiant” to score a hat-trick (he actually scored four goals) in the Football League in a 5–0 win over Walsall Town Swifts on 9 September. However he left the Athletic Ground in 1894 because his wife did not like the Potteries area. He moved on to Walsall Town Swifts and then Burton Swifts.

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YOUTH CAREER
Dumbarton
SENIOR CAREER*
YEARS Team Apps (Gls)
Helensburgh
Glasgow United
Hibernian
Aston Villa
1893–1894 Port Vale 27 (13)
Walsall Town Swifts
Burton Swifts
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Walsall player 143. Florent Cuvelier


Florent Cuvelier (born 12 September 1992) is a Belgian football player who plays as a midfielder for League One side Walsall, having signed for the current season (2016-17)
Cuvelier began his career with Mouscron before joining the Academy of English side Portsmouth. Due to Portsmouth financial demise Cuvelier signed for Stoke City in the summer of 2010. At Stoke he has spent time out on loan at Walsall and Peterborough United. He joined Sheffield United in September 2013 for an undisclosed fee. He joined Port Vale on loan in January 2014.
Cuvelier started playing football for his local side Mouscron before moving to England to play for Portsmouth’s youth team. He spent just a year on the south coast before joining Stoke City in July 2010. He rejected contract offers from Manchester City, Tottenham Hotspur and Fulham. Cuvelier spent the 2010–11 season with the academybefore becoming a regular with the reserves.
On 27 January 2012 Cuvelier joined League One side Walsall on a month long loan. He made his professional debut four days later against Notts County He scored his first professional goal against Oldham Athletic in a 2–1 defeat at Boundary Park. After impressing “Saddlers” manager Dean Smith, Cuvelier extended his loan until the end of the 2011–12 season. He was nominated for the League One Player of the Month award for his performances in March 2012. He returned to Stoke after playing 18 matches for Walsall, scoring four goals. He signed a new two-year contract with Stoke in May 2012.
Cuvelier returned to Walsall on a six-month loan in July 2012. He scored against his old club Portsmouth on 15 September 2012 in a 2–1 win. In total he played 17 times in his second spell at the Bescot Stadium, scoring three goals. On 27 March 2013, Cuvelier joined Championship side Peterborough United on loan until the end of the 2012–13 season  He played once for Peterborough before returning to Stoke where he appeared on the bench for the first time against Southampton in the final match of the 2012–13 season.
On 2 September 2013, Cuvelier joined League One side Sheffield United on a three-year contract for an undisclosed fee. He started six games at the start of the 2013–14 campaign under manager David Weir but lost his first team place after Nigel Clough took charge in October; Clough stated that Cuvelier was available to go out on loan during the January transfer window. On 16 January 2014, he joined league rivals Port Vale on loan until the end of the season. Manager Micky Adams stated that “He’s had very little football at Sheffield United so if there is one worry it is that maybe he might need four or five games to get himself up to full speed. Really we can’t afford four or five games, we need him to hit the floor running if he possibly can. He made his debut at Vale Park three days later, but was forced to leave the pitch on a stretcher on 36 minutes after picking up a knee injury. He was later ruled out for the rest of the season after it was found that he had torn his anterior cruciate ligament.

Florent Stoke

Personal information
Full name Florent Cuvelier
Date of birth 12 September 1992 (age 23)
Place of birth Anderlecht, Belgium
Height 6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)[1]
Playing position Central Midfielder
Club information
Current team
Walsall
Youth career
1998–2000 Excelsior Biévène
2000–2002 La Louvière
2002–2008 Mouscron
2008–2010 Portsmouth
2010–2011 Stoke City
Senior career
Years Team Apps (Gls)
2011–2013 Stoke City 0 (0)
2012 Walsall (loan) 18 (4)
2012 Walsall (loan) 19 (2)
2013  Peterborough United (loan) 1 (0)
2013–2016 Sheffield United 19 (0)
2014  Port Vale (loan) 1 (0)
2015 Burton Albion (loan) 1 (1)
2016– Walsall 0 (0)
National team
2008 Belgium U16 4 (0)
2008–2009 Belgium U17 12 (0)
2009–2010 Belgium U18 10 (0)
2010–2011 Belgium U19 18 (2)
2010–2012 Belgium U20 3 (0)
2012 Belgium U21 1 (0)

Walsall player 108. Ashley Hemmings


Personal information
Full name Ashley Josiah Hemmings
Date of birth 3 March 1991 (age 25)
Place of birth Wolverhampton, England

Height 5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)
Playing position Forward / Winger

Club information
Current team Mansfield

Number 23
Youth career
?–2009 Wolverhampton Wanderers

Senior career
Years                              Team                                               Apps   (Gls)
2009–2012                    Wolverhampton Wanderers        2        (0)
2009            Loan           Cheltenham Town                          1        (0)
2010–2011   Loan          Torquay United                               9        (0)
2011–2012   Loan           Plymouth Argyle                           23      (2)
2012–2014                       Walsall                                              43      (3)
2014            Loan             Burton Albion                                   2      (0)
2014–                                Dagenham & Redbridge                14      (1)

2016                                    Mansfield                                           0           (0)
National team
2007                                  England U17                                    1       (0)
Ashley Josiah Hemmings (born 3 March 1991) is an English footballer who plays for Mansfield Town as either a striker or winger. He began his career with Wolverhampton Wanderers before being released by them in 2012, by then having also had loan spells at Cheltenham Town, Torquay United and Plymouth Argyle. Hemmings is a product of Wolverhampton Wanderers’ academy, having been with the club since age nine, and has represented England at youth level.He signed a professional contract age 17 in February 2009 and soon went on loan for a month to gain first team experience at League One side Cheltenham Town, where he made his senior debut against Millwall. He made his Wolves debut as a substitute against Barnsley on 25 April 2009 in which the club clinched the Championship title; he also featured as a substitute against Doncaster Rovers a week later on the final day of the season.
To gain further first team experience, he went on a month’s loan to League Two side Torquay United in October 2010 making his debut on 23 October, as a substitute, in a 1–1 draw at Gillingham. In the second round of a FA Cup, Hemmings provided a winning goal for Billy Kee as Torquay beat Walsall 1–0. However, after making nine league appearance, Hemmings loan spell at Torquay United had ended, despite having it extended until the end of the season.
In November 2011, he moved on loan to League Two side Plymouth Argyle until January 2012. He scored his first senior goal on his debut for the Pilgrims against Northampton Town; then scored his second goal, which turns out to be a winner and provided a double assist in a 3–2 win over Bristol Rovers. His loan spell was then extended to run until the end of the season.
His contract at Wolves expired in June 2012 and was not renewed. After being released by Plymouth, Hemmings was linked a return to Plymouth on a permanent basis, but manager Carl Fletcher decided against signing Hemmings.
A free agent, Hemmings signed for League One side Walsall in a two-year deal. Hemmings scored on his Walsall debut against Brentford with an 18-yard drive into the bottom corner of the goal in the first round of the League Cup and made his league debut in an opening game of the season; as Walsall lost 3–0 against Doncaster Rovers. On 17 November 2012, Hemmings scored his first league goal in a 2–2 draw against Crawley Town.
On 27 March 2014, Hemmings joined League Two side Burton Albion on loan until 24 April 2014. Because the Brewers reached the play-offs Hemmings extended his loan until the end of the 2013–14 season. He was released by Walsall in May 2014.
In July 2014, he signed for League Two side Dagenham & Redbridge on a one-year contract after training with the club during pre-season.

He joined Mansfiwld in 2016.

Walsall player 105. Aaron Brown


Personal information
Full name Aaron Anthony Brown
Date of birth 23 June 1983 (age 33)
Place of birth Wolverhampton, England

Height 6 ft 5 in (1.96 m)
Playing position Centre back

Club information
Current team UnKnown

Senior career
Years                     Team                               Apps      (Gls)
2004                   Stafford Rangers                   ?        ?
2004–2005          Tamworth                            39       (2)
2005–2008          Reading                                  0        (0)
2006       Loan     Bournemouth                        4       (0)
2008       Loan     Walsall                                     0       (0)
2008–2009          Yeovil Town                         23       (3)
2009                   Redditch United                       2       (0)
2009–2010           Burton Albion                        1       (0)
2010                   AFC Telford United                  1        (0)
2010                   Truro City                                    8        (1)
2010                   Aldershot Town                        14        (1)
2010–2011          Leyton Orient                           5         (0)
2011        Loan    Stockport County                    17        (1)
2011–2012           Aldershot Town                     10         (0)
2012                   Preston North End                     4         (0)
2012–2013           Floriana                                      5          (1)
2013                   Limerick                                        9          (2)
2013                   Kidderminster Harriers           0          (0)
2014–    ?             Worcester City                        12          (2)
National team
2005 England C

Aaron Brown
Aaron Anthony Brown (born 23 June 1983 in Wolverhampton, England) is a professional footballer who is currently playing for Worcester City. He played as a centre back.
A defender who had previously played for Stafford Rangers and Tamworth, Brown joined Reading on 23 November 2005 on loan, before signing permanently in January 2006, for a fee in the region of £100,000. After one month since joining Reading, but made no appearance for the team so far, Brown joined Bournemouth, to cover for Shaun Cooper, who suffered an injury. After one month with Bournemouth, Brown made a return to Reading. Ahead of a new season, with Reading promoted, Brown suffered an ankle injury, in a friendly match against Bromley on 15 July 2006, which they won and his injury ruled him out for two months. Brown said on his injury and career: “I am devastated, absolutely gutted. This was going to be the biggest year of my career. But everything happens for a reason and I have to stay really positive and try to come back even stronger and more determined. I have never even had an injury before, so it’s a new experience for me. It’s about being strong mentally as much as anything. I will be out for around six to eight weeks and then I will need a few weeks after that to get fit.” However, Brown suffered another set-back injury on his ankle. In January, Brown made a recovery from injury.
On 5 June 2007, Reading took up the option to extend his contract by a year, which will keep him at the club for the duration of the 2007–08 season. He moved to Walsall on loan for the remainder of that contract on 27 March 2008. He was released by Reading on 16 May 2008, following their relegation from the Premier League. He signed a week-by-week contract with Yeovil Town on 11 August 2008. Having yet featured in the club’s starting line-up for the first eight games, Brown finally made his debut for the club, making his first start and playing 90 minutes, in a 2–1 loss against Southend United on 4 October 2008. Five weeks after his debut, Brown scored his first goal for the club, in a 2–0 win over Oldham Athletic. After scoring his first goal, Brown says “I am a big guy and I like going forward, I should be scoring a lot more goals. I have given myself a target of a few more and it is something I work on in training. Scoring at Oldham was a dream. It was good to score and get the tension out of the whole team. Once we scored we kicked on and got a good win away from home.” Also a week after scoring his first goal, Brown received a red card for a professional foul, in the first round replay of the FA Cup, in a 5–0 loss against Stockport City. Skipper Terry Skiverton believes Brown must move on from the red card incident. A month later, on 24 January 2009, Brown scored his second goal, in a 1–0 win over against Southend United – the team that he made his Yeovil debut. A week later, on 14 February 2009, Brown scored his third goal, in a 3–1 win over Peterborough United. However, his time at Yeovil Town was struggling despite scoring three goals, battling to hold down a regular place in the Yeovil Town defence. He released by Yeovil Town at the end of the 2008–09 season. Brown spent the summer of 2009 on trial at Gillingham, Wrexham and Burton Albion before signing non-contract forms at Conference North side Redditch United. At the end of September, Brown then joined Burton Albion on a one month deal and played one League game against Accrington Stanley. In January, Brown was then released by the club, along with striker Serge Makofo.
On 19 January, Brown joined Telford United on a short term contract, where he made one appearance. After leaving AFC Telford, Brown then moved on to Truro City. On 11 March 2010 Brown signed for Aldershot Town on non-contract terms until the end of the 2009–10 season. On 26 May 2010 Brown Joined League One Leyton Orient on a one-year deal.
On 24 January 2011 he joined Stockport County on an initial one month loan deal and made his club debut five days later and scored an own-goal in his new club’s 4–0 defeat at Rotherham. Having made six appearance, Brown loan spell at Stockport County was extended for another month. Again, his loan spell was extended until 26 April, having stayed at Stockport County, under the 93-day rule. He returned to Orient on 26 April 2011 having made 17 appearances during his loan spell.
In May 2011, he was released by Orient at the end of his contract and a week later rejoined Aldershot Town on a free transfer, signing a two-year contract. After seven months at the club, with only ten appearance, his contract with Aldershot Town ended after having his contract terminated by mutual consent. On 4 February 2012, Brown signed for Preston North End, having had his Aldershot contract settled, allowing him to complete his formalities with the Lilywhites after the deadline. Brown did not play many games while with the club, but he did feature as a striker against Sheffield Wednesday. In May 2012, Brown was released from the club after being told his contract would not be renewed. After leaving Preston, Brown joined Maltese side Floriana on 23 August 2012, become his first club outside of England. One day after his move, Brown made his debut for the club, in a 1–1 draw against Ħamrun Spartan, making his first start and playing 90 minutes for the club. Aged 28 on his debut, Brown scored his first goal with a header, from a cross from Aman Verma, in a 3–0 win over Rabat Ajax. However, during the match, Brown received a red card following a second bookable offence after a confrontation with Patrick Borg, who also received a red card. In early November, Brown’s contract with Floriana was terminated over a financial dispute, along with that of Akanni-Sunday Wasiu. The dispute led to Malta FA Control and Disciplinary Board threatening to give Floriana a points deduction, unless the club paid the wages owed to Brown. Eventually, the club avoided a points deduction after settling outstanding payments to Brown and Wasiu. In March 2013, Brown joined newly promoted League of Ireland Premier Division club Limerick. Brown’s registration was completed only hours ahead of Limerick’s second match of the season, away to 2012 runners up Drogheda United. He made an immediate impact, getting on the end of a cross to head home Limerick’s first top flight goal in 19 seasons, leaving both sides level at half time. Shortly after the restart, Brown received his marching orders as the referee adjudged him to have taken down an opponent in the box. Limerick ‘keeper Barry Ryan saved the resultant penalty, and a very eventful match eventually finished with both sides sharing the spoils at 2–2. With little prior publicity, Brown appeared on the bench for the Harriers’ FA Cup game against Sutton United on 9 November 2013.

He would probably say that this weekend has been the best weekend of his football life with a win in the first round of the F.A. Cup.

Walsall player 92. Charlie Aston


Personal information
Full name Charles Lane Aston
Date of birth 1875
Place of birth Bilston, England

Date of death 9 January 1931
Place of death Leytonstone, England

Playing position Full back

Youth career
Bilston United
Senior career
Years                          Team                                 Apps     (Gls)
1895–1898                   Walsall                                66         (1)
1898–1901                   Aston Villa                           13+        ?
1901–1902                  Queens Park Rangers            ?           ?
1902–1903                  Burton United                         ?           ?
1903–1904                  Gresley Rovers                       ?           ?
1904–1905                  Burton United                         ?           ?
1905–1908                  Watford                               127          (1)
                                  Leyton

Born in Bilston, Staffordshire, Aston started his career at local club Bilston United. He joined Walsall  ( 14 games, then 25 games 1 goal and in his last season 27 games) as a professional in December 1895, getting his first experience of playing in the Football League before joining  First Division side Aston Villa in 1898. During his first full season at the club, Aston played 13 games as Villa won the league. Villa retained their title in 1899–1900.
Aston left Villa in 1901. After one-season spells at Queens Park Rangers, Burton United, Gresley Rovers and Burton United again, Aston joined Watford in 1905. He played 51 games as Watford won the United League but finished 14th in the Southern League. The following season, Watford improved to finish 9th in the Southern League, and Aston scored his only goal for the club in a 2–0 win over Portsmouth on 22 September 1906 at Cassio Road. After playing in all 41 of Watford’s fixtures in 1907–08, Aston left to club to join Leyton, with whom he finished his career. He died in Leytonstone on 9 January 1931.

Walsall player 36. Henry Beck


Henry Alfred Beck
Date of birth 21 February 1901
Place of birth Walsall Wood, England

Date of death 1979
Playing position Centre half, Right half, Left half

Senior career
Years                      Team                  Apps  (Gls)
Rushall                    ? (?)
1921                        Walsall                     3 (1)
Darlaston                  ? (?)
Cannock Town         ? (?)
Burton Town            ? (?)
1921-1927            Walsall                     40 (0)
Stafford Rangers       ? (?)
1928                       Barrow                      29 (0)
1929-1932            York City                119 (12)
1932-1933            Wrexham                 30 (2)
–                            Glentoran                  ? (?)
–                            Dudley Town             ? (?

Henry Alfred “Harry” Beck, also known as Harold Beck, (21 February 1901 in Walsall Wood, England – 1979) was an English footballer.Information  is very scarce…..

Walsall player 24. Ted Peers


Ted Peers
Born Hednesford Staffs June 1870 (not verified)
Deceased ?
Hednesford Rovers (?) (?)
West Bromwich Albion (?) (?)
Walsall (73) (2)
Nottingham Forest (?) (?)
Burton Swifts. (?) (?)
Ted played his early football for his home town club, Hednesford Rovers, he also had a short spell at West Bromwich Albion, but only played a few timers for their reserves. He was signed by Walsall in December 1896 and went on to play 73 games and score 2 goals during three years. His debut game was a bit of a disaster when starting alongside another debutant in goalie Tom Hawkins, Walsall lost 5 goals to 0 to Manchester City. Ted didn’t miss many games during those three seasons but was sold to Forest in 1899.