Walsall player 177. Tom Brownlee


Thomas C ‘Tom’ Brownlee (born 21 May 1935 in Carnwath, Scotland) was a Scottish professional footballer. He was a centre forward.
Brownlee’s career started at Broxburn Athletic before he moved to England, with Walsall. His career then took him to York City, Workington in an exchange deal with Gus Alexander, non-league Netherfield and Bradford City, where he was the club’s top goal-scorer in 1964–65 scoring 14 goals in just 18 games. After just seven games the following season he returned to Netherfield

SENIOR CAREER
YEARS Team Apps (Gls)
Broxburn Athletic
1957–1958 Walsall 30 (14)
1958–1959 York City 9 (2)
1959–1961 Workington 25 (2)
1961–1964 Netherfield   76+ ?
1964–1966 Bradford City 25 (15)
Netherfield  ?  ?

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Walsall player 95. Malvind Benning


Personal information
Date of birth 2 November 1993 (age 23)
Place of birth Sandwell, England

Height 1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)
Playing position Defender

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Club information
Current team Mansfield Town

Number 14
Youth career
2010–2012 Walsall

Senior career
Years                    Team                           Apps             (Gls)
2011– 2015                  Walsall                   26                 (2)
2012       (loan)      Evesham United       ?                  ?

2015        (Loan)      York                                9                   (0)

2015                           Mansfield Town        31                    (4)
Malvind Singh Benning (born 2 November 1993) is an English footballer who plays as a defender for Walsall.
Benning was born in Sandwell. Educated at Queen Mary’s Grammar School, he started his career with Walsall progressing through the youth system, starting a two-year scholarship in the summer of 2010. In January 2012, he joined Southern Football League side Evesham United on a youth loan. In April 2012, he was offered his first professional contract on a one-year deal. He made his professional debut for Walsall on 6 November 2012, in a 4–1 defeat toScunthorpe United in Football League One, coming on as a substitute for James Chambers. Benning went on to receive Young Player of the Year at Walsall’s 2014 awards ceremony.

Walsall Player 84. Andy Bishop


Personal information
Full name Andrew Jamie Bishop
Date of birth 19 October 1982 (age 34)
Place of birth Cannock, England

Height 6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)
Playing position Striker

Club information
Current team Wrexham

Number 9
Youth career
?–2002                           Walsall

Senior career
Years                             Team                                                  Apps        (Gls)
2002–2004               Walsall                                                        0            (0)
2002–2003               Kidderminster Harriers (loan)           29           (5)
2003                           Kidderminster Harriers (loan)             11           (2)
2003–2004                Rochdale (loan)                                       10           (1)
2004                            Yeovil Town (loan)                                  5            (2)
2004–2006                York City                                                   78          (33)
2006–2013                 Bury                                                          236          (69)
                                     Wrexham (loan)                                        4            (2)
2013–  2015                Wrexham                                                   45            (8)

2015                                Southport                                                    23            (3)
National team
2004–2006                England C                                                     4            (2)

Manager

2016                              Southport

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Andrew Jamie “Andy” Bishop (born 19 October 1982) is an English professional footballer who plays for Wrexham as a striker.
Bishop started his career in the youth team at Walsall, taking 2 loan spells with Kidderminster Harriers (29 games plus11games), Rochdale (10games) and Yeovil Town (5games). He was released by Walsall in 2004 and he joined York City where he stayed for two seasons before signing for Bury.
Born in Cannock, Staffordshire, Bishop started his career at Walsall’s youth system as a trainee, signing a professional contract on 9 August 2002. He joined Kidderminster Harriers on a one-month loan on 18 November 2002. Kidderminster extended this loan in December 2002. He joined Kidderminster for a second spell, joining on loan at the start of the 2003–04 season. His loan at Kidderminster was extended for a second month in September 2003. He was signed by Rochdale on a one-month loan on 20 November 2003. This loan was extended for a second month in December 2003. He returned to Walsall in January 2004, after Rochdale opted not to extend his loan. He joined Yeovil Town on a one-month loan on 5 February 2004. Yeovil decided not to sign Bishop on a permanent deal, because of niggling injury problems. Bishop was signed by Conference National team York City in July 2004 after rejecting a new deal at Walsall. He was named the Conference National Player of the Month for February 2006. He scored 22 goals for York in the Conference National during the 2005–06 season, which made him the division’s top scorer. Bishop was signed by Bury on a free transfer on 8 May 2006, signing a two-year contract. He marked his first season back in the Football League by scoring 21 goals in all competitions, becoming the first Bury player to score 20 or more goals in a season for 13 seasons. He signed a new deal with Bury, which would expire in June 2010, in September 2007. Bury offered Bishop a new contract in January 2009, but he rejected it to weigh up his options. However, he eventually signed a new two-and-a-half-year contract, which contracted him at the club until June 2012. Bishop missed a majority of the 2009–10 season due to two surgeries, and returned to full fitness only in February 2010. Grimsby Town made an enquiry for Bishop in May 2010, following their relegation to the Conference Premier. On 30 November 2011, Bishop signed a contract extension with Bury until the end of the 2013–14 season. On 31 August 2012, Bishop signed for Conference Premier club Wrexham on loan until 2 January 2013. He made his debut in Wrexham’s 0–0 draw away to Luton Town on 15 September 2012, before scoring his first goal the following week in a 2–2 home draw with Dartford. He was recalled by Bury on 4 October 2012, after making four appearances and scoring two goals. His return to the team came after starting in a 1–1 extra time draw with Rochdale in the Football League Trophy second round, which Bury won 5–4 in a penalty shoot-out. Bishop joined Conference Premier side Wrexham permanently on a two-year contract on 9 July 2013. Bishop made his debut in his second spell in a 2–1 home win against Welling United, before scoring his first goal on 14 September 2013 in a 2–0 home win against Luton. Bishop achieved his first hat-trick for Wrexham in November 2013, as they came from behind to beat Gateshead 3–2

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After leaving Wrexham, Andy joined Southport as a player where hwe played 23 games and scored 3 goals. He became manager of the Yellow in 2016.

Walsall Player 80. Peter Till


Full name Peter Till
Date of birth 7 September 1985 (age 29)
Place of birth Walsall, England

Height 5 ft 11 in (1.80 m)
Playing position Winger

Club information
Current team Halesowen Town

Youth career
?–2004 Birmingham City

Senior career
Years                                          Team                      Apps       (Gls)
2004–2007                           Birmingham City         0          (0)
2005–2006  (loan)            Scunthorpe United     10         (0)
2006 (loan)                           Boston United            16          (1)
2006 (loan)                           Leyton Orient              4          (0)
2006–2007 (loan)                Grimsby Town             7          (0)
2007–2009                           Grimsby Town            65          (4)
2009 (loan)                           Chesterfield                16          (0)
2009–2010                            Walsall                       28          (0)
2010–2011                             York City                    41          (4)
2011–2012                             Fleetwood Town        18          (1)
2012–2013                            Tamworth                    31          (1)
2013–2014                            Solihull Moors             18           (2)
2014                                       Leamington                 12           (0)
2014–                                   Halesowen Town          5            (0)

Peter Till (born 7 September 1985) is an English semi-professional footballer who plays for Halesowen Town as a winger.
Till started his career with the Birmingham City youth system before making his first team debut in 2005. He was loaned to Scunthorpe United, Boston United, Leyton Orient and Grimsby Town, whom he joined permanently in 2007. Till made an appearance at Wembley Stadium in the 2008 Football League Trophy Final and was loaned to Chesterfield in 2009. He was released after making over 80 appearances for Grimsby and subsequently joined hometown club Walsall. Being released after one season with the club, he joined York City of the Conference Premier in 2010. Till signed for Fleetwood Town a year later and won the Conference Premier title in his one season with the club.

Peter with Troy Deeney at Walsall

Born in Walsall, West Midlands, Till came through the Birmingham City youth system after joining the club as a schoolboy and he signed a two-year professional contract in July 2005. He was included in the matchday first team squad on a few occasions during the 2004–05 season, with Academy manager Stewart Hall commenting “When he has trained and worked with the first team he has looked very good and he has had an excellent season in the reserves and looked a real threat”. He made his debut as an 85th minute substitute in a 2–0 victory over League One team Scunthorpe United in the League Cup on 20 September 2005. Till was loaned to Scunthorpe United for a month on 5 October 2005 after being brought to their attention in the game weeks earlier, with manager Brian Laws commenting “I’ve watched him twice more since our game and I’ve liked what I’ve seen”. His debut came two days later in a 2–0 victory over Tranmere Rovers The loan deal was extended until January 2006 after Till impressed Laws. He returned to Birmingham on 9 January 2006, having made only 10 appearances for Scunthorpe due to injury and illness.
Till was loaned out again on 13 January 2006, joining League Two team Boston United He made his debut a day later in a 1–0 victory at Chester City and his only goal came in a 3–1 victory over Bury on 21 January 2006. On 31 January 2006, the loan was extended until the end of the 2005–06 season and he finished his spell at the club with 16 appearances and one goal. Till joined League One team Leyton Orient on a one-month loan on 6 October 2006. His debut came the following day, making the starting line-up in a 0–0 draw with Chesterfield and he picked up an injury on his final appearance, a 3–1 defeat to Bristol City in the Football League Trophy on 1 November 2006. Orient opted not to extend Till’s loan and his period at the club ended on 4 November 2006 with five appearances to his name.
Having failed to establish himself at Birmingham, Till joined Grimsby Town of League Two on an initial one-month loan on 23 November 2006. Tony Butcher of Cod Almighty described him as an “instant hit with wonderful wingery” on his debut in a 2–0 victory over Accrington Stanley on 25 November 2006. After impressing manager Alan Buckley during his loan at Blundell Park, Grimsby agreed a deal with Birmingham and offered Till a permanent contract. He eventually joined Grimsby on a two-and-a-half-year contract on 5 January 2007, having already made seven appearances for the team during the 2006–07 season. His first appearance following his permanent transfer was a 2–0 defeat to Chester on 9 January 2007. Till received the firstyellow card of his career in a 1–0 defeat to Swindon Town on 17 March 2007 and he finished the season with 22 appearances.
His first appearance of the 2007–08 season came in a 1–1 draw with Notts County on 11 August 2007 and his first goal came in a 4–1 victory over Huddersfield Town in the Football League Trophy on 4 September 2007. He played six games and scored two goals in Grimsby’s Football League Trophy run in the 2007–08 season, which saw Grimsby reach the final. Till started the game as Grimsby were beaten 2–0 by Milton Keynes Dons (MK Dons) at Wembley Stadium on 30 March 2008. He finished the season with 44 appearances and four goals
Till started the 2008–09 season by playing in a 0–0 draw with Rochdale on 9 August 2008 and he scored in the local derby against League Two rivals Lincoln City at Sincil Bank in a 1–1 draw on 30 August Till joined fellow League Two team Chesterfield on a one-month loan on 15 January 2009, having made 21 appearances and scored two goals for Grimsby up to that point during the season. He made his debut in a 3–1 victory at Chester on 17 January 2009 and in February the loan was extended until the end of the season after impressing manager Lee Richardson. Grimsby released him on 30 April 2009 and in retrospect he commented “It has been a wake-up call if I am honest. I have realised that I can’t coast if I want to get to where I want to be. I have to give 110 per cent every day, not just in games”. Till finished the loan at Chesterfield with 16 appearances.
Till signed for League One side Walsall on a free transfer on a one-year contract on 23 July 2009 following a successful trial with the club. He commented “To be at my hometown club gives me an extra incentive to do well”. His debut came in a 1–0 victory at Brighton & Hove Albion on 8 August 2009, in which he was substituted in the 88th minute. Till suffered a hamstring injury in September 2009, which allowed midfielder Mark Bradley to get a run in the team. After returning to fitness he made his comeback as a 74th minute substitute in a 1–0 defeat at MK Dons on 10 October 2009 and started on his next appearance, which was a 2–1 defeat at Colchester United on 24 October. He picked up a minor injury in a 1–1 draw with Charlton Athleticon 2 February 2010 and he was able to feature in the next game, a 0–0 draw with Bristol Rovers. During Walsall’s 2–1 victory at Leeds United on 16 February 2010 he picked up a hamstring injury and he returned to the team after entering a 2–0 defeat at Leyton Orient on 13 March as a 77th minute substitute. He finished an injury-hit 2009–10 season with 30 appearances for Walsall before the club released him on 10 May 2010.
Till signed a one-year contract with Conference Premier club York City on 29 June 2010 and following the move he said “I spoke to a number of clubs but this felt right. The gaffer made me feel really wanted so that was a key decision in coming”. He made his debut in the opening game of the 2010–11 season as a 38th minute substitute for Levi Mackin in a 2–1 defeat to Kidderminster Harriers on 14 August 2010. His first goal for York came in his next appearance after he scored the equaliser in a 2–2 draw at Bath City on 21 August 2010 after entering the game as a 74th minute substitute. Till made his first start in a 3–0 victory against Altrincham on 28 August 2010 and he was substituted in the 82nd minute. He scored his first home goal with the opener as York beat Rushden & Diamonds 2–0 on 4 September 2010. He finished the season with 45 appearances and four goals.

Peter at Solihull Boro

Till agreed on 25 May 2011 to sign for Conference Premier rivals Fleetwood Town on a two-year contract after the expiration of his York contract. Due to a knee injury,[ he had to wait until 12 November 2011 to make his Fleetwood debut, when he entered their 2–0 FA Cup first round victory over League One team Wycombe Wanderers as a substitute in stoppage time. Till finished the season with 22 appearances and one goal as Fleetwood won the Conference Premier title and thus promotion to League Two, before being released by the club after having his contract cancelled by mutual consent on 3 July 2012.
Till signed for Conference Premier side Tamworth on 19 July 2012.

He made a scoring debut for Tamworth in the opening game of the 2012–13 season with the first goal of a 3–2 victory away at Hyde on 11 August 2012. He finished the season with 34 appearances and one goal.
Till signed for Solihull Moors of the Conference North on 6 June 2013.
He signed for Solihull’s Conference North rivals Leamington on 22 January 2014.
Till joined newly promoted Northern Premier League Premier Division club Halesowen Town on 12 June 2014.

Peter at Tamworth

Till plays as winger on the left or right sides and his play has been described as “tricky”. He has described himself as an old-fashioned winger, saying “I am very quick, very fit. I like to get at the full-back – an old-fashioned winger type, if you like. I like to cause the full-back problems and get my crosses in and link up with our full-back as well”. Walsall manager Chris Hutchings described him as “an attacking wide-man with pace who is not afraid to take people on” in 2009. Till is also able to play as a striker
His father Peter, Sr. is a former professional boxer.

Walsall player 77. Neil Tolson


 Neil Tolson
Date of birth 25 October 1973 (age 43)
Place of birth Walsall, England

Height 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)
Playing position Striker

Club information
Current team Altrincham (assistant manager)

Senior career
Years                                           Team                                    Apps           (Gls)
1991–1992                                 Walsall                                      9               (1)
1992–1993                                 Oldham Athletic                        3               (0)
1993–1996                                 Bradford City                           63              (12)
1995 →      (loan)                       Chester City                               4                (0)
1996–1999                                 York City                                  72              (13)
1999–2001                                 Southend United                     36              (11)
2002–2003                                 Leigh RMI                               10                (1)
2003                                           Kettering Town                          1                (0)
2003                                           Halifax Town                             3                (0)
2003–2011                                 Hyde                                     124               (54)
                                                                          Total              325               (92)
Teams managed
2008–2011                                 Hyde

Neil Tolson (born 25 October 1973) is an English former footballer who is currently assistant manager to Lee Sinnott at Conference National side Altrincham after being sacked as manager of Hyde in May 2011
Born in Walsall, Staffordshire, Tolson was York City’s top scorer for the 1996–97 season, with 17 goals in all competitions, including one as York beat Premier League side Everton 3–2 in the second round second leg of theLeague Cup.
He was released by Leigh RMI in January 2003 and joined Kettering Town in February. He signed for Halifax Town a month later.
Tolson joined Hyde United in July 2003 and was appointed Assistant Manager of the club in July 2007 before becoming Player-Manager in September 2008. After eight years at the club playing roles of manager, player and assistant manager, on 4 April 2011 he was relieved of his duties by the new board of directors. He left having scored 82 goals in 176 appearances for the club in all competitions. He later joined Altrincham as assistant manager to Lee Sinnott in June 2011.

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…..