I scored over 200 over 8 seasons for the fans' team - perhaps I should turn up for a trial?It amazes me that just because a player scores a few goals in some obscure league that he can suddenly play in league 1.
I am sure that the club would be aware of him.
I see there is an awful lot of stupidity on this forum from so called grown adults and lots of negativity. Wallop he has done it at a very hign level for years as a youth check out his stats for oxford city u18's and the county. Where he has won everything, no wonder our own home grown lads don't get a look in we seem to look elsewhere. I'm confident he will go on to be a pro so he is currently at north leigh semi pro level first season in mens football and top scorer for them with 14 I believe already and there struggling as a team I wish him and all our young lads the best. If your not given a chance how can you prove to be good enough???just asking anyway have a great day
Aaron Woodley (did ok for Oxford City on loan at a higher level than North Leigh) was given the chance as was Ty Marsh, Matty Taylor (he was even brought back after scoring at a local level), James Roberts, Alex Fisher and we have just given a pro contract to Slavi Spasov on top of the contract given to Dejon Noel-Williams in the summer. On top of that we signed Harvey Bradbury and Brandon Taverner on pro contracts for the u23s in the summer. Only a small number of players ultimately make it at their original club and have to work their way back up like Alex Fisher (Yeovil), Ty Marsh (Macclesfield), and Matty Taylor (Bristol CIty).I agree with some of your points scotch egg! neither do I, as a fan I don't see how or why we haven't bought through any young strikers to the first team since Jamie brooks? can you atleast agree with that.....shocking considering the amount of money which goes into the academy....and only a handful of first teamers.
Sounds like Wallop could be that 20 goal a season man then that Bazzer’s been banging on about?I scored over 200 over 8 seasons for the fans' team - perhaps I should turn up for a trial?
Ok so I'm 45 now but the first yard is in the head.........experience counts for a lot