Current Squad. 5 Jon Guthrie

Jonathan Neil “Jon” Guthrie (born 29 July 1992) is an English footballer, who plays as a  defender for League One club Walsall.

Guthrie was born in Devises, Wiltshire. He started his career with Pewsey Vale, progressing through the youth system before playing for the first-team in the  Wessex Lea,gue from the age of 16.

He joined Crewe Alexandra of League two, In September 2011, he joined on a 10-week trial. In February 2012, he signed his first professional contract with Crewe, on an 18-month deal. In March 2012, he joined Northern Premier League side Leek Town on loan, where he made a total of 8 appearances.

He made his professional debut against Swindon Town, in League One, for Crewe on 23 October 2012, in a 2–1 win, coming on as a late substitute for Michael West. He scored his first professional goal on 27 February 2016, against Barnsley. The following month, he signed a new contract at Crewe through to the summer of 2017 and in August 2016 was offered a new contract beyond 2017. In March 2017, he was sidelined with a Hernia problem.

On 9 May 2017, Crewe said Guthrie’s contract offer remained open but David Artell, Crewe’s manager, gave  him a deadline of May 22nd ,for a decision, otherwise the offer would be “ripped up”. On 23 May it was confirmed that Guthrie would be leaving the club.

On 22 June 2017, Guthrie agreed to join League One side Walsall on a two-year contract.

Club Season League FA Cup League 1


Other Total
Division Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals


12-13 Leag 1 2 0 2 0
13-14 Leag


23 0 2 0 25 0
14-15 Leag


25 0 2 0 2 0 1 0 30 0
15-16 Leag


39 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 42 1
16-17 Leag


33 0 2 0 1 0 2 0 38 0
Crewe total 122 1 7 0 4 0 4 0 137 1

all FC

17-18 Leag


27 0 1 0 1 0 4 0 33 0
Career totals 149 1 8 0 5 0 8 0 170 1

Current Squad G Dobson

George David Dobson (born 15 November 1997) is an English  footballer who plays in Midfield for Walsall. He is a versatile player who can play in central defensive or midfield positions.

Dobson started his career as a youth player aged 8 at Arsenal, before joining West Ham on 28 July 2015. Dobson, aged 17 at the time, was placed straight into the club’s U21 side and played frequently during the 2015-6.  Dobson was played as a Central Defender by Arsenal . However, much to the player’s delight, West Ham trained him into a central midfielder, often playing in a holding or defensive role. He is a boyhood West Ham United fan and this helped in the decision of joining the club in 2015.

On 29 June 2016, Dobson signed for League 1 side Walsall, on a season-long loan. He made his debut in the  EFL Cup in a 2-0 home defeat to Yeovil Town.  He started the match before being substituted on the 69th minute. His league debut came on 16 August when he started the match in a 0-2 defeat at Chesterfield.

On 16 July 2017, it was announced Dobson had signed for Sparta Rotterdam in the Eredivisie  for an undisclosed fee. His move to Sparta did not work out and he became available. He returned to Walsall, who gave him a two and a half year contract in the January Window.


Appearances and goals by club, season and competition
Club Season League National Cup League Cup Other Total  
Division Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals  
West Ham 15-16 Prem


0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0  


16-17 Leag


21 1 0 0 1 0 4 0 26 1  


17-18 Ered 5 0 0 0 0 0 5 0  




Div 6 1 6 1  
Walsa 17-18 Leag


0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0  
Career total 32 2 0 0 1 0 4 0 37 2

Current Squad 3. Luke Leahy

Luke Leahy (born 19 November 1992) is an English  footballer, who can play as a  defender or  midfielder for Walsall.

Leahy began his career with  Rugby Town, affiliated with the  Gorden Strachan Football Foundation. He signed for  Falkirk (where he stayed for 5 years) in the summer of 2012, after trials with Birmingham City,  Bradford City and  Peterboro.

He was signed by Steven Pressley originally as an attacking midfielder, despite the fact he had played left-back for  Rugby Town the previous season. He made his first team début in the Scottish League Cup, against  Stirling Albion on 28 July 2012. His league debut came in September against Cowdenbeath at  Central Park as a substitute in the 72nd minute of the game. On 10 November 2012, he scored his first goal for  The Bairns against Raith Rovers at Starks Park. However, he would only go on to make three further appearances that season; two of which were from the bench.

Leahy continued to be a peripheral figure under Gary Holt as he struggled to stake a claim for a place in the side; on 7 September 2013, he was even listed as the substitute goalkeeper for Falkirk in their  Petrofac League Cup Quarter Final against  Raith Rovers, as Falkirk didn’t have a third choice keeper to put on the bench. He made 23 appearances in all competitions in season 2013/14, most of which were from the bench, and managed a solitary goal; an injury time equaliser against  Dundee at  Deens Park.

Peter Houston became Falkirk manager in the summer of 2014, just after Leahy had signed a new two-year contract extension. Houston was the first manager to give Leahy a chance to hold down a place in the side. He was on the bench for the first four league games of season 2014/15, but started the 1–1 draw with Queen of the South on 13 September 2014 at left-back,  and has since made the position his own. Leahy made 41 appearances in all competitions; he also started the 2015 Scottish Cup Final for Falkirk against Inverness Caledonian Thistle, which they lost 2–1. He continued to be a mainstay in the Falkirk team that had a fantastic season finishing 2nd in the 2015/16  Scottish Championship, making 46 appearances across all competitions. On 22 August 2015, he scored what would go on to be voted Falkirk’s goal of the season in a 2–1 win against  Livingstone at Almondale. On 19 February 2016, Leahy penned a one-year extension with Falkirk, keeping him at the club until the summer of 2017. Leahy left the Bairns in May 2017, following the expiration of his contract.

He then Joined Walsall in League 1.


Appearances and goals by club, season and competition
Club Season League National Cup League Cup Other Total
Division Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
Falkirk 12-13 Scot Div 1 8 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 10 1
13-14 Scot


19 1 0 0 2 0 2 0 23 1
14-15 33 3 5 0 1 0 2 0 41 3
15-16 36 3 2 0 3 0 6 1 46 4
16-17 31 3 0 0 4 0 3 0 38 3
Falkirk total 127 11 7 0 11 0 13 1 158 12


Lge 1 27 2 1 0 1 0 4 1 33 3


Career total 154 13 8 0 12 0 17 2 191 15

Current Team Squad. 2 Joe Edwards


Joseph Robert Edwards (born 31 October 1990) is an English professional footballer who plays for Walsall as either a Midfielder or full back.

Edwards began his career with Aston Villa and then Bristol City, where he rose through the youth ranks to graduate from the club’s academy. He made his professional debut for the club in February 2011 following a loan spell at Conference Premier side  Bath City. He was again loaned out in the 2011-12 season to both Stockport County and Yeovil Town. Following a second loan spell with Yeovil in the  2012-13 season, he joined the club permanently in January 2013. He helped the club reach the Championship, for the first time in their history, but suffered relegation after just one season. He was appointed Captain for the 2014-15 season, but the club were relegated for the second season in succession. Following their relegation to League Two, he joined League One side Colchester United.

Born in Gloucester, Edwards progressed through Bristol City academy from the age of ten, having spent the three years prior with  Aston Villa.  Joe is Naturally a full back who can play on both the left or right, Edwards was awarded his first professional deal by the club in April 2009, and signed a 12-month contract extension with the club in May 2010.

After what team-mate  Cole Skuse described as a “fantastic pre-season” for Edwards, the club sent Edwards out on loan to  Conference  side Bath City in September 2010. He made his debut for the club on 18 September in Bath’s 2–2 draw with Darlington before being replaced after 75 minutes by Hector Mackie. After making four appearances, his loan was extended for a further month in October. He made his first F.A.Cup appearance in the third qualifying round as Bath were knocked out by Swindon Supermarine in a 4–3 home defeat. After making nine league appearances for Bath. Edwards returned to Bristol City in November after Conference emergency loan regulations ruled out an extension.

An injury crisis meant that City manager Keith Millan needed to draft Edwards onto the substitutes bench for a number of games during January and February 2011. On 5 February, Edwards was brought on during a 4–0 away win over Preston North End in the 88th minute to make his professional debut. Following a further injury crisis, Millen decided to give Edwards his full debut in the final Championship game of the season, a home tie with Hull City on 7 May. He played the full 90 minutes in the 3–0 win. After making his full debut, Edwards signed a new one-year contract extension with the club.

Stockport County signed Edwards in a one-month emergency loan deal on 28 September 2011. He made his debut in County’s 2–1 home defeat to York City on 1 October. He made eleven appearances for Stockport through to 1 January 2012 after having his loan deal extended.

Immediately after his Stockport loan, Edwards became Gary Johnson’s first signing on 12 January 2012 since his return to the club. He scored on his debut for the club with his first professional goal, scoring from the edge of the area to level scores at 1–1 in a 2–1 home win against Tranmere Rovers on 14 January. In the match, Edwards was utilised in a role higher up the pitch than his usual full-back role for the first time in a competitive game. After playing four League One games for Yeovil, Edwards returned to Bristol City after picking up an injury, but Johnson hoped the club would be able to re-sign him once he had recovered fully.

Once recovered, Edwards made the bench on numerous occasions for City before making his third league outing for the club. He was introduced as a 78th-minute substitute for Hogan Ephrain during a 1–1 draw at Middlesboro after Ryan McGivern was sent off two minutes earlier. He then made his second and what would be final start for City on 28 April in their trip to face Burnley. His first start in almost a year, Edwards played the full 90 minutes in the 1–1 draw. Edwards was again offered a one-year contract extension by the club in May 2012, which he finally signed in June.

Edwards joined Yeovil Town for a second loan spell on 21 September 2012, signing for an initial month. This came after manager Gary Johnson had ruled out a move for Edwards in August 2012, remarking that “we have got our cover for that position”. He was brought on as a substitute for Sam Foley in Yeovil’s 1–0 home defeat by Sheffield United the following day. He received the first red card of his career on 13 October in Yeovil’s 3–2 defeat at Tranmere Rovers after collecting two yellow cards for clumsy fouls. He scored his first goal of the season on 10 November as Yeovil beat Hartlepool United 1–0 at Huish Park. Having made 15 loan appearances for Yeovil and with the end of his loan edging closer, Edwards announced that he “would be happy to come back” to the club in January. Having been utilised across the defence and in the centre of  Midfield, Edwards’ loan ended following the 4–1 win over Oldham Athletic, on 22 December after making 16 League One appearances and one appearance in the Football League Trophy..

Yeovil signed Edwards from Bristol City for an undisclosed fee on 17 January 2013, where he signed an eighteen-month contract. The transfer fee offered by Yeovil was “five-figures”. Edwards said that he was “delighted to sign at an exciting time for the club”.

Edwards made what was his third debut for the club on 29 January 2013, as a Paddy Maddern double sealed a 2–1 win over MK Dons. He scored his second goal of the season on 20 April with a goal after 51 seconds in a 1–0 win over Crewe Alexandra. He helped Yeovil reach the play offs at the end of the season, where they lost 1–0 to Sheffield United at Bramall Lane, but overcame the Blades 2–0 at Huish Park on 6 May to send them into theplay off final at  Wembley Stadium. Edwards played start-to-finish in the game as his side beat Brentford 2–1 to earn promotion to the second tier of English football for the first time in Yeovil Town’s history.

At the end of the season, having spent most of his time since his permanent move as a central midfielder, Edwards admitted that “I didn’t know if it was the right move or if stepping down a division was going to help me, but it couldn’t have worked out any better”, after his former club were relegated to League One while Yeovil stepped up to the Championship.

Ahead of Yeovil’s maiden season in the Championship, Edwards hoped that he could hold down a regular starting role in his new-found central midfield position. He began the season at full-back but returned to his now more familiar central midfield role towards the end of August 2013, before signing a new contract that would see him remain with the club until the summer of 2015. Edwards scored his only goal of the season in the dying moments of only his sides third win of the season on 30 November when they beat Watford 3–0 at Vicarage Road. He also provided an assist in the game. Despite suffering relegation back to League One at the end of the season, Edwards notched 50 appearances across the season for Yeovil. He was awarded the Western Gazette and the Yeovil Town Community Sports Trust ‘Player of the Season’ award for the for 2013-14

Despite having suffered relegation just days earlier, Edwards revealed his excitement at the prospect of the league fixtures against his former club Bristol City in the 2014-15 season. Following the departure of both the captain  and vice-captain , Jamie McAllister  and Byron Webster, Edwards hoped to be named Yeovil’s latest club captain after leading the team out for their pre-season friendly 1–1 draw with  Reading and 2–0 win over Bristol Rovers. He was then revealed as club captain on 8 August ahead of their season opening game with Doncaster Rovers. With the club struggling for league form, an FA Cup run to the third round produced a dream tie for Edwards as Yeovil were drawn against Manchester United at Huish Park. Yeovil put in a valiant display, but lost 2–0 to the Premier League side, with Edwards captaining the club and playing for the full match.

Following the cup tie with Manchester United, Edwards wanted to see his side transfer the performance they put in against the Premier League club into their own relegation battle. He described the 2–0 defeat by saying “we’re massively disappointed but extremely proud of everyone… we tried our hardest”. During the January 2015 transfer window, Edwards was linked with a move away from Huish Park, with Championship sides Birmingham City and  Charlton Athletic, and his boyhood club Bristol City all reportedly interested, with his contract set to expire in the summer. Manager Gary Johnson said “I can understand the interest but there’s certainly no contact with our club”.

With the club bottom of League One, Gary Johnson was dismissed as manager, and with  Terry Skiverton replacing Johnson, Edwards said that the players were backing the new management team. Edwards suffered ankle injury during Yeovil’s 1–0 defeat at Crewe Alexandra on 10 February, requiring to be replaced at half-time. It was the first time that he had missed a  Football League game, in one-and-a-half seasons. After missing six matches, Edwards returned for the 3–0 defeat at Leyton Orient, on 14 March, before suffering another injury blow during a 2–0 defeat to Colchester United at the Colchesters Community Stadium, just three days later. He returned to action with Yeovil already relegated to League Two and a new manager in the shape of  Paul Sturrock on 25 April as a half-time substitute in their 2–1 home defeat by Port Vale..

Edwards admitted that he was not sure if he would remain with Yeovil following their relegation, with ambitions to play at the highest level possible. He started in the final game of the season on 3 May as his side were thrashed 5–1 against League One runners-up MK Dons

Days after the final game of the campaign, Edwards had held initial talks with the club over his contract, but decided to move on, leaving the club having made 132 appearances in all competitions including his previous loan spells.

On leaving Yeovil Town, Edwards was once more linked with a move to his boyhood club Bristol City on the back of their promotion to the Championship, and then in July 2015, he teamed up with former manager Gary Johnston at Cheltenham Town in a bid to maintain his fitness. On 6 July, it was announced that League One side Colchester United had signed Edwards on a free transfer, joining on a one-year contract with the option of a further year.  He made his debut for the club on 8 August in Colchester’s 2–2 home draw with Blackpool..

In his 30th appearance for Colchester, Edwards scored his first goal for the club on 13 February 2016. His 64th-minute half-volleyed effort reduced Colchester’s deficit in their 4–1 home defeat by Swindon Town. He was shown a red card in Colchester’s 3–0 home defeat to Burton Albion on 23 April for a challenge on Matt Palmer, a result which saw Edwards experience his third successive relegation as Colchester were relegated to League Two. Edwards’ red card was later rescinded on 26 April. After scoring two goals in 45 games for Colchester, the club announced that Edwards would not be offered a new contract for the 2016-17 following their relegation to League Two.

He signed for Walsall in June 2016.


Appearances and goals by club, season and competition
Club Season League FA Cup League Cup Other Total
Divi Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
Bristol City 2010-11    CHam 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0
2011-12 Cham 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0
2012-1Cham3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Total 4 0 0 0 0 0 4 0
Bath City (loan) 2010-11 Con 9 0 1 0 10 0
Stockport  (loan) 2012-13 Conference Premier 11 0 11 0
Yeovil (loan) 2011-12    L1 4 1 4 1
2012-13 League One 16 1 1 0 17 1
Total 20 2 1 0 21 2
Yeovil 2012-13 League One 19 1 0 0 0 0 3 0 22 1
2013-14 Championship 46 1 2 0 2 0 50 1
2014-15 League One 34 0 4 0 1 0 0 0 39 0
Total 99 2 6 0 3 0 3 0 111 2
Col Utd 2015-16 League One 42 2 2 0 1 0 0 0 45 2
Walsall 2016-17 League One 43 3 1 0 1 0 3 0 48 3
2017-18 League One 27 5 1 0 1 0 2 0 30 4
Total 70 8 2 0 2 0 5 0 78 7
Career total 254 13 11 0 6 0 9 0 281 13

Current Team Squad Mark Gillespie

Mark Joseph Gillespie (born 27 March 1992 in ) is an English professional  who plays as a Goalkeeper  for League One club Walsall.

Gillespie was part of the academy setup at Newcastle United before moving to Carlisle United in 2008, at the age of 16. He started at Carlisle as a youth team player before graduating to the reserve team.

On 20 February 2010, He was named as a substitute for Carlisle’s League One match against Swindon Town due to an injury suffered by  Lenny Pidgeley. He was on the bench for a further 7 games before Pidgeley returned for the 2010 Football League Trophy Final on 28 March 2010.

On 8 May 2010, the final day of the 2009–10 season, Gillespie made his professional debut in a win against Norwich City at Carrow Road after coming on as a late substitute. Gillespie therefore became the youngest keeper ever to represent Carlisle, at 18 years and 42 days, beating the previous record set by Tony Caig.

In the 2010–11 season, He joined Blyth Spartans, ( then in the  Conference North), on a month-long loan. He made his first start against Eastwood Town on 16 October 2010, keeping a clean sheet. His loan was extended for a further two months before he returned to Carlisle. He made no appearances for Carlisle in either of the 2010–11 or 2011–12 seasons.

He made his first start for Carlisle in the Football League Trophy tie against  Preston North End, on 4 September 2012. This ended a run of 146 consecutive starts for Adam Collin. He retained his place in the team the following Saturday, in a league fixture against Hartlepool United , after Carlisle manager Gregg Abbott, said that Gillespie and Collin were competing against each other for the goalkeeping position. Gillespie was praised by Tottenham Hotspur boss Andreaus Boas Vilas and veteran keeper Carlos Cuducci, after Carlisle slipped to a 3–0 defeat in a League Cup tie on 26 September. The praise was earned after Gillespie pulled off a string of fine saves to keep United in the match early on. He lost his place in the first team at the start of November 2012, after playing 13 consecutive games in two months, during which he conceded 23 goals and kept only one clean sheet (in a game against Crewe Alexandra on 18 September 2012). He regained his place in the team one and a half months later in a 2–1 loss at Shrewsbury Town, and retained it to make 37 appearances for the season. During the season, he extended his contract until the end of the 2014–15 season, while at the season’s end, Collin departed the club for Rotherham United.

Gillespie’s 2013–14 season was curtailed by a knee injury suffered in an F.A. Cup tie against Boreham Wood in November. He made no further appearances for Carlisle during the season, as the club was relegated to League Two.  Gillespie turned down a new contract from Carlisle on the 7 June 2017.

On 23 June 2017, Gillespie joined League One side Walsall on a two-year contract.

Club Season League  F.A. Cup  League Cup Other Total
Leag Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
Carlisle United 2009-10 Leag One 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
2010-11 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2011-12 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2012-13 35 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 37 0
2013-14 15 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 19 0
2014-15 Leag Two 19 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 21 0
2015-16 45 0 2 0 3 0 0 0 50 0
2016-17 46 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 52 0
Carlisle total 161 0 5 0 9 0 5 0 180 0
Blyth Spartans (Loan) 2010-12 Conf North 9 0 0 0 2 0 11 0
Walsall 2017-18 Leag One 22 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 24 0
Career total 183 0 6 0 10 0 5 0 204 0

Walsall player 188.William Clark “Willie” Davie

William Clark “Willie” Davie (7 January 1925 – 1996) was a Scottish professional footballer, who played for a number of Scottish (St Mirraen)and English( Luton,Huddersfield and Walsall) football clubs during the 1940s and 1950s.

He may have played for other teams, but I do not know!.

YEARS Team Apps (Gls)
1947-1950 St. Mirren 50 (4)
1950-1951 Luton Town 42 (11)
1951-1957 Huddersfield Town 113 (16)
1957-1958 Walsall 7 (0)

Walsall player 187. Colin Cramb

Colin Cramb (born 23 June 1974 in Lanark) is a Scottish former professional footballer and coach who played as aforward from 1991 and 2009.
He notably played for Hamilton Academical, Doncaster Rovers, Bristol City and Stirling Albion. Cramb also had spells with Southampton, Falkirk, Hearts, Walsall, Crewe Alexandra, Notts County, Bury, Fortuna Sittard, Shrewsbury Town, Grimsby Town, Stenhousemuir and East Stirlingshire. Cramb is the only player to have played in all four divisions in both England and Scotland.

Cramb began his career as a junior with Hamilton Academical, playing 53 times before a transfer to Southampton in June 1993 for a fee of £60,000. He made one Premiership appearance at The Dell, against Everton as a substitute, but enjoyed a good season in the reserves before joining Falkirk in August 1994 for a fee of £50,000.
He moved to Heart of Midlothian in March 1995, Hearts paying £45,000 for Cramb plus Maurice Johnston going in the opposite direction. He played six times for Hearts before a £25,000 move to Doncaster Rovers where he became a regular goalscorer, scoring 25 times in just 62 games to earn a £125,000 move to Bristol City in August 1997. He was a regular in his first season at Ashton Gate when he helped the club gain promotion to the first division (now known as the Championship), but was out of favour in the 1998–99 season due to the form of Ade Akinbiyi andSøren Andersen. In February 1999, Cramb spent a month on loan with Walsall and moved to Crewe Alexandra in August 1999 for a fee of £250,000.
Cramb had loan spells with Notts County (September 2000) and Bury (February–May 2001) before leaving Crewe on a Bosman to join Dutch premier side Fortuna Sittard in June 2001. He played well in the Netherlands but sustained a cruciate ligament injury in March 2002. The club were later relegated and at the start of the following season they hit financial problems and were forced to release players. Cramb returned to Scotland to recover and regain his fitness, training with Hamilton Academical and featuring in reserve games as a trialist forLivingston and St. Johnstone.
In January 2003, Cramb returned to England, joining Bury until the end of the season. In July 2003 Cramb signed for Shrewsbury Town, scoring 12 times in 35 games before joining Grimsby Town in September 2004. He struggled to establish himself at Blundell Park and returned to his first club, Hamilton Academical in January 2005. He is the only Hamilton player to have scored in the first team at old Douglas Park and New Douglas Park.
In June 2005 he joined Stenhousemuir, scoring 16 times in just 27 league games as Stenhousemuir battled, unsuccessfully, to gain promotion from the Scottish Third Division. He left Stenhousemuir in July 2006 to join Stirling Albion, his 15th professional football club. Cramb was released at the end of the 2007–08 season, after which he signed for East Stirlingshire. Cramb left East Stirlingshire at the end of season 2008–09 and retired from pro football at 35. In season 2009–10 he turned out in frequent charity matches for the Hearts veterans and charity XI alongside players like Gary Mackay, John Robertson and Jose Quitongo. He has also turned out for his local amateur side on occasion.
Cramb currently resides in Bristol, and after completing his coaching badges he is now a registered football coach.

YEARS Team Apps (Gls)
1991–1993 Hamilton Academical 48 (10)
1993–1994 Southampton 1 (0)
1994–1995 Falkirk 8 (1)
1995 Heart of Midlothian 6 (1)
1995–1997 Doncaster Rovers 62 (25)
1997–1999 Bristol City 54 (10)
1999  Walsall (loan) 4 (4)
1999–2001 Crewe Alexandra 50 (10)
2000  Notts County (loan) 3 (0)
2001  Bury (loan) 15 (5)
2001–2003 Fortuna Sittard 23 (5)
2003  Bury (loan) 19 (3)
2003–2004 Shrewsbury Town 37 (12)
2004–2005 Grimsby Town 11 (2)
2005 Hamilton Academical 9 (2)
2005–2006 Stenhousemuir 27 (16)
2006–2008 Stirling Albion 53 (18)
2008–2009 East Stirlingshire 20 (9)
TOTAL 447 (124)