List of York City F.C. players (25–99 appearances)

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Bill Smith scored York City's first Midland League goal, in a 4–2 defeat to Notts County reserves on 6 September 1922.[1]

York City Football Club is a professional association football club based in York, North Yorkshire, England. Formed in May 1922, the club failed to be elected to the Football League for the 1922–23 season, but succeeded in gaining admission to the Midland League.[2] After seven seasons of competing in the Midland League, the club was elected to play in the Football League ahead of 1929–30.[3] After 75 years of Football League membership, York were relegated to the Football Conference in 2004.[4] This is where the club remained for eight years before promotion back to the Football League was achieved with victory in the 2012 Conference Premier play-off Final.[5] However, York were relegated to the National League four years later.[6]

The club's first team have competed in numerous competitions, and all players who have played between 25 and 99 first-team matches, either as a member of the starting eleven or as a substitute, are listed below. Each player's details include the duration of his York career, his typical playing position while with the club, and the number of matches played and goals scored in domestic league matches and in all senior competitive matches. Where applicable, the list also includes the national team for which the player was selected, and the number of senior international caps he won. The names are ordered first by number of appearances in total, then by number of league matches played, and then if necessary by date of debut. All statistics are correct up to and including the match played on 19 August 2017.

Introduction

As of the date specified above, more than 300 players had completed their York career after playing in at least 25 and fewer than 100 senior competitive matches. Four of these, Tom Lockie, Barry Lyons, Denis Smith and Neil Thompson, went on to manage the club.[7] Lockie led the team to the League Cup quarter-final in 1961–62 and promotion from the Fourth Division in 1964–65,[8] while Smith guided York to the Fourth Division championship in 1983–84.[9]

Jimmy Cowie set two goalscoring records in 1928–29 which, as of the date above, still stand; he scored 56 goals in all competitions, and 49 league goals in as many matches in the Midland League.[10] The first player capped at full international level while with the club was Eamon Dunphy when he appeared for the Republic of Ireland against Spain on 10 November 1965.[11] The purchase of Adrian Randall from Burnley on 28 December 1995 represents the club's transfer fee paid, at £140,000.[12][13]

Other players took part in significant matches in the history of the club. David Archibald, Jimmy Cowie, Charlie Davis, Sam Evans, Jack Farmery and Bill Gardner appeared in York's first Football League match in 1929.[14] Keith Houchen scored the winning goal with a penalty in a 1–0 win over First Division club Arsenal in the 1984–85 FA Cup.[12] Five men listed here featured in the York team that won in the 2012 Conference Premier play-off Final, those being Jon Challinor, Chris Doig, Patrick McLaughlin, Jamie Reed and Jason Walker.[5]

As of the date above, no player has left the club with 99 career appearances; four – John Stone, Barry Lyons, Gary Bull and Malcolm Comrie – finished on 98. The list includes seven players who are still contracted to the club, and so can add to their totals.

Key

Player
Players marked * were registered for the club as at the date specified above.
Players with name in italics and marked on loan were on loan from another club for the duration of their York career. The loaning club is noted in the Notes column.
Players marked clubman of the year have won the York City Clubman of the Year award.[15]
Positions key
Pre-1960s 1960s–
GK Goalkeeper
FB Full-back DF Defender
HB Half-back MF Midfielder
FW Forward
U Utility player
Position
Playing positions are listed according to the tactical formations that were employed at the time. Thus the change in the names of defensive and midfield positions reflects the tactical evolution that occurred from the 1960s onwards.
Club career
Club career is defined as the first and last calendar years in which the player appeared for the club in any of the competitions listed below.
League appearances and League goals
League appearances and goals comprise those in the Midland League, the Football League and the Football Conference/National League. Appearances in the 1939–40 Football League season, abandoned after three matches because of the Second World War, are excluded.[16]
Total appearances and Total goals
Total appearances and goals comprise those in the Midland League, Football League (including play-offs), Football Conference/National League (including play-offs), FA Cup, Football League Third Division North Cup, Football League Cup, Associate Members Cup/Football League Trophy, FA Trophy and Conference League Cup. Matches in wartime competitions are excluded.[16]
International selection
Countries are listed only for players who have been selected for international football. Only the highest level of international competition is given, except where a player competed for more than one country, in which case the highest level reached for each country is shown.
Caps
For players having played at full international level, the caps column counts the number of such appearances during his career with the club.

Players with 25 to 99 appearances

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Andy Bishop was the Conference National top scorer in 2005–06, becoming the first York player to top the divisional scoring charts since 1954–55.[17]
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Neal Bishop was voted Clubman of the Year for 2006–07, in which York reached the Conference National play-off semi-final.[18]
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Arthur Charlesworth was York's top scorer in 1923–24 with 12 goals.[19]
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Clayton Donaldson was voted Clubman of the Year in 2005–06 and was top scorer in 2006–07.[18]
Eamon Dunphy, the first player to be capped at full international level while with York
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York's top scorer in their first Midland League season was Charles Elliott, with 16 goals in 1922–23.[20]
Former England B international Chris Fairclough (right) had an injury-hit spell with York before retiring in 2001.[21][22]
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York received an initial fee of £350,000 when Jonathan Greening was sold to Manchester United in 1998.[23]
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Ron Hillyard made his debut aged 17 due to poor performances from the team's senior goalkeepers.[24]
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Andy Leaning was named man of the match for his goalkeeping performance in York's 3–1 extra-time defeat away to Liverpool in the FA Cup in 1986.[25][26]
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Michael Proctor, who played on loan from Sunderland, was York's top scorer in 2001–02 with 14 goals.[27]
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David Stockdale was a 17-year-old first-year trainee when he made his York debut against Oxford United in 2003.[28]
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Ted Thorpe missed only one match in York's inaugural Midland League season in 1922–23.[29]
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Andy Warrington made his debut in the second leg of York's 4–3 aggregate victory over Manchester United in the League Cup in 1995.[30]
Table of players, including playing position, club statistics and international selection
Player Pos Club career League Total International selection Caps Notes Ref
Apps Goals Apps Goals
Stone, JohnJohn Stone DF 1972–1976 86 5 98 5 &
Lyons, BarryBarry Lyons MF 1973–1975 85 10 98 11 &
[A][L 1]
Bull, GaryGary Bull FW 1996–1998 83 11 98 13 &
Comrie, MalcolmMalcolm Comrie FW 1936–1938 79 20 98 24 &
Turner, KenKen Turner DF 1966–1968 88 2 97 2 &
Addison, ColinColin Addison FW 1957–1961 87 28 97 31 &
Evans, TomTom Evans GK 2006–2008 81 0 97 0 Northern Ireland B &
[31]
Johnson, PaulPaul Johnson DF 1987–1989 83 1 96 1 &
Legge, EddieEddie Legge FB 1935–1938 82 2 96 2 &
Fyfield, JamalJamal Fyfield DF 2010–2013 79 4 96 4 &
Weir, JimmyJimmy Weir MF 1960–1963 82 38 95 39 &
Swann, GaryGary Swann MF 1992–1994 82 4 95 6 &
Albrecht, MickMick Albrecht FW 1922–1929 85 20 94 23 &
Donaldson, ClaytonClayton Donaldson clubman of the year FW 2005–2007 85 41 93 44 Jamaica
England C
0
 
[32]
Brooks, JackJack Brooks FB 1929–1932 82 0 93 0 &
Flynn, AndyAndy Flynn FB 1926–1928 80 0 93 0 &
Dando, MauriceMaurice Dando FW 1933–1935 82 46 92 52 &
Pearce, AlanAlan Pearce MF 1983–1987 78 9 92 10 &
Maskill, GeorgeGeorge Maskill HB 1924–1927
1932
85 0 91 0 &
Sibbald, BobbyBobby Sibbald DF 1969–1971 79 7 91 8 &
MacDougall, TedTed MacDougall FW 1967–1969 84 34 90 40 Scotland 0 [33]
Agnew, SteveSteve Agnew MF 1998–2001 81 4 90 5 &
Elliott, CharlesCharles Elliott FW 1922–1925 81 25 89 27 &
Kerr, ScottScott Kerr clubman of the year MF 2011–2013 78 0 89 1 England C &
[34]
Dunn, IainIain Dunn FW 1988–1991 77 11 89 11 England youth &
[35]
Scott, FreddieFreddie Scott FW 1937–1946 74 16 89 21 England schools &
[B][C] [38]
Young, TonyTony Young MF / DF 1976–1978 78 2 88 2 &
McLaughlin, PatrickPatrick McLaughlin MF 2011–2013 74 14 88 17 Northern Ireland under-21 &
[39][40]
Merritt, DickyDicky Merritt FW 1926–1929 70 31 88 41 &
Houchen, KeithKeith Houchen FW 1984–1986 67 19 88 27 &
Rudd, JimmyJimmy Rudd FW 1947–1949 83 23 87 24 &
[B]
Blackburn, EddieEddie Blackburn clubman of the year GK 1980–1982 76 0 87 0 &
Walker, JasonJason Walker FW 2011–2013 73 27 87 27 England C &
[41]
Archibald, DavidDavid Archibald FB 1929–1933 85 0 86 0 &
Speed, FredFred Speed HB 1934–1936 79 15 86 17 &
Routledge, BillBill Routledge HB 1934–1936 78 1 86 1 England schools &
[42]
Leaning, AndyAndy Leaning GK 1985–1987 69 0 86 0 &
Carson, JoshJosh Carson MF / DF 2013–2016 80 7 85 8 Northern Ireland 0 [L 2] [43][44]
Bishop, AndyAndy Bishop FW 2004–2006 78 33 85 37 England C &
[45]
Reed, JamieJamie Reed FW 2011–2013 74 20 85 25 Wales semi-pro &
[46][47]
Ivey, GeorgeGeorge Ivey FW 1948–1951 79 13 84 14 &
Hunter, GordonGordon Hunter DF 1973–1978 77 1 84 1 &
Pugh, DavidDavid Pugh MF / DF 1978–1981 77 2 84 3 Wales under-23 &
[48]
Horrey, RolyRoly Horrey MF 1966–1968 74 9 84 10 &
Thompson, DesDes Thompson GK 1951–1952 80 0 83 0 &
Spooner, SteveSteve Spooner MF 1988–1990 72 11 83 15 &
Butler, MartinMartin Butler FW 1984–1988 65 9 83 13 &
Granger, MickMick Granger GK 1952–1962 71 0 81 0 &
Lally, PatPat Lally MF 1971–1973 71 5 81 5 &
Robinson, MarkMark Robinson DF 2007–2009 68 4 81 4 England C &
[49]
Gale, TommyTommy Gale HB 1947–1949 76 0 80 0 &
Smith, BillBill Smith HB 1922–1925 75 4 80 4 &
Hawksby, JohnJohn Hawksby FW 1966–1968 74 7 80 7 England youth &
[50]
McAughtrie, DavidDavid McAughtrie DF 1985–1987 64 1 80 2 &
Ramsey, BobBob Ramsey FB 1958–1961 75 0 79 0 &
Wealthall, BarryBarry Wealthall DF 1963–1966 75 0 79 0 England youth &
[51]
Fawcett, DesDes Fawcett GK 1932–1934 74 0 79 0 &
Craddock, DarrenDarren Craddock DF 2006–2008 69 0 79 0 &
[L 3]
Mackin, LeviLevi Mackin MF 2009–2011 61 2 79 2 Wales under-21 &
[L 4] [52][53]
Griffiths, SteveSteve Griffiths FW 1951–1953 74 12 78 12 &
Duthie, JohnJohn Duthie HB 1928–1929
1930–1931
70 4 78 6 &
Ilesanmi, FemiFemi Ilesanmi DF 2014–2016 70 0 78 0 &
[54]
Stainsby, JohnJohn Stainsby FW 1961–1963 69 21 78 25 &
Farmery, JackJack Farmery GK 1929–1931 67 0 78 0 &
Gabbiadini, MarcoMarco Gabbiadini FW 1985–1987
1998
67 15 78 19 England B &
[55]
McDonald, TommyTommy McDonald FW 1931–1935 75 11 77 12 &
Fox, ChristianChristian Fox MF 1999–2004 70 1 77 1 &
Brown, GrahamGraham Brown GK 1977–1980 69 0 77 0 &
Cowie, JimmyJimmy Cowie FW 1928–1931 67 58 77 66 &
[D]
Jenkinson, MattMatt Jenkinson FW 1930–1932
1933–1934
72 20 76 21 &
Barrett, NeilNeil Barrett MF 2009–2011 63 6 76 7 England schools &
[56]
Warrington, AndyAndy Warrington GK 1995–1999 61 0 76 0 &
Marshall, LesterLester Marshall HB 1924–1925
1928–1929
67 10 75 15 &
Evans, SamSam Evans FW 1929–1931 66 12 75 14 &
Henderson, TommyTommy Henderson MF 1970–1972 64 7 75 11 &
Laws, JoeJoe Laws FW 1924–1926 70 16 74 17 &
Rowles, EddieEddie Rowles FW 1971–1973 67 14 74 14 &
Calvert, CliffCliff Calvert DF / MF 1973–1975 67 0 74 0 England youth &
[57]
Sertori, MarkMark Sertori DF 1999–2001 66 2 74 2 &
Hillyard, RonRon Hillyard GK 1969–1974 61 0 74 0 &
Acklam, SandySandy Acklam HB 1922–1926 72 11 73 11 &
Hinch, JimmyJimmy Hinch FW 1974–1977 68 12 73 13 &
Fallon, HarryHarry Fallon GK 1965–1967 67 0 73 0 &
Challinor, JonJon Challinor DF / MF 2011–2013 58 2 73 3 England C &
[58][59][60]
Davis, CharlieCharlie Davis HB 1929–1931 61 1 72 2 &
Maskill, TommyTommy Maskill FW / HB / FB 1922–1923
1932–1933
70 4 71 4 &
Eccles, TerryTerry Eccles FW 1979–1981 64 18 71 19 &
Convery, MarkMark Convery MF 2005–2007 66 8 70 9 &
Wann, DennisDennis Wann MF 1972–1975 66 7 69 7 &
Summerfield, LukeLuke Summerfield MF 2014–2016 65 11 69 12 &
Porter, ChrisChris Porter GK 2004–2006 64 0 69 0 &
Mimms, BobbyBobby Mimms GK 1998–2000 63 0 68 0 England under-21 &
[L 5] [61]
Fletcher, WesWes Fletcher FW 2013–2015 61 16 68 20 &
Carruthers, ChrisChris Carruthers MF / DF 2009–2011 52 3 68 4 England youth &
[L 6] [62][63]
Farmer, TerryTerry Farmer FW 1958–1960 66 28 67 28 &
Hutt, GeoffGeoff Hutt DF 1977–1978 63 1 67 1 &
Yalcin, LevLev Yalcin MF / FW 2002–2006 62 2 67 2 Turkey youth &
[64]
Ross, TommyTommy Ross FW 1967–1969 61 20 67 23 &
Walker, MikeMike Walker GK 1966–1968 60 0 67 0 Wales under-23 &
[65]
Wood, LeighLeigh Wood MF 2001–2004 64 0 66 0 &
Bradshaw, DarrenDarren Bradshaw MF / DF 1987–1989 59 3 66 3 England youth &
[66]
Earl, SamSam Earl FW 1937–1939 58 9 65 10 &
Millar, WillieWillie Millar FW 1929–1931 58 12 65 12 &
Ashworth, JoeJoe Ashworth HB 1963–1965 57 0 65 0 &
Spencer, TommyTommy Spencer FW 1966–1968 57 21 65 26 &
Oliver, VadaineVadaine Oliver FW 2015–2017 55 14 65 20 &
Harris, JoeJoe Harris HB 1931–1933 62 0 64 0 Scotland 0 [67]
Moor, TonyTony Moor GK 1962–1964 57 0 64 0 &
Neenan, JoeJoe Neenan GK 1977–1980 56 0 64 0 &
Gash, MichaelMichael Gash FW 2009–2010 53 8 64 8 England C &
[68][69]
Searson, HarryHarry Searson GK 1952–1954 62 0 63 0 &
Wardle, ErnieErnie Wardle FB 1955–1959 60 2 63 2 &
Bishop, NealNeal Bishop clubman of the year MF 2006–2007 59 4 63 4 England C &
[70]
Clayton, ArthurArthur Clayton HB 1925–1929 57 16 63 22 &
Hobson, GaryGary Hobson DF 2000–2003 55 0 63 0 &
Lawless, AlexAlex Lawless MF 2009–2010 51 4 63 4 Wales semi-pro &
[71]
Moké, AdrianoAdriano Moké * MF 2011–2012
2016–
49 3 63 3 &
[72]
Calloway, LaurieLaurie Calloway MF 1971–1972 55 3 61 5 &
McCombe, JohnJohn McCombe DF 2014–2015 55 4 61 4 &
Rusk, SimonSimon Rusk MF 2008–2009 51 0 61 1 Scotland youth &
[73]
Baker, PaulPaul Baker FW 1994–1996 48 18 61 21 &
Brigham, HarryHarry Brigham FB 1948–1950 56 5 60 6 &
Craig, DerekDerek Craig DF 1980–1982 53 1 60 1 &
Mathie, AlexAlex Mathie FW 2000–2003 52 3 60 4 Scotland youth &
[74]
Boyes, KenKen Boyes DF 1957–1966 53 2 59 2 &
Alcide, ColinColin Alcide FW 1999–2001 53 7 59 8 &
Astbury, MikeMike Astbury GK 1980–1985 48 0 59 0 &
Smith, JonathanJonathan Smith MF 2010–2011
2012
51 4 58 5 &
Wilson, PhilPhil Wilson MF 1987–1989 46 2 58 3 &
Lloyd, AnthonyAnthony Lloyd DF 2006–2008 45 0 58 1 &
Patterson, GeorgeGeorge Patterson HB 1957–1960 57 4 57 4 &
Sayles, GeorgeGeorge Sayles FB 1924–1925 52 0 57 0 &
Flinders, ScottScott Flinders GK 2015–2016 52 0 57 0 England youth &
[75]
Gardner, BillBill Gardner FW 1929–1931 51 26 57 28 England amateur &
[76]
Heslop, SimonSimon Heslop * MF 2016– 49 6 57 7 &
Hendry, NickNick Hendry GK 1922–1924 56 0 56 0 &
Middleton, MattMatt Middleton GK 1949–1950 55 0 56 0 &
Cairney, JimJim Cairney HB 1956–1958 53 0 56 0 &
Twissell, CharlieCharlie Twissell FW 1958–1961 53 8 56 8 England amateur &
[77]
Loggie, DavidDavid Loggie FW 1978–1980 50 11 56 11 &
Hyde, JakeJake Hyde FW 2014–2016 50 9 56 10 England C &
[78]
Robertson, DavidDavid Robertson GK 1928–1929 49 0 56 0 &
Downing, DerrickDerrick Downing DF / MF 1975–1977 47 2 56 2 &
Harron, JoeJoe Harron FW 1922–1923
1925–1926
51 8 55 8 &
Stewart, BryanBryan Stewart MF 2003–2006 49 3 55 3 &
Charnley, SamSam Charnley HB 1928–1929 48 4 55 5 &
Wellings, BarryBarry Wellings FW 1978–1980 47 9 55 11 &
Conlon, BarryBarry Conlon FW 1999–2000 48 11 54 11 Republic of Ireland under-21 &
[79]
Montrose, LewisLewis Montrose MF 2013–2015 47 1 54 1 &
McCoy, MarvinMarvin McCoy DF 2014–2015 45 0 54 0 Antigua and Barbuda 1 [80]
Daniels, DavidDavid Daniels FB 1926–1928 50 0 53 0 &
Jackson, AlecAlec Jackson HB / FW 1946–1950 50 5 53 5 &
Butler, IanIan Butler MF 1973–1975 46 2 53 3 England youth &
[81]
Reed, MartinMartin Reed DF 1997–2000 46 0 53 0 &
Whittle, AlexAlex Whittle * DF 2016– 46 0 53 0 England schools &
[82]
McBreen, DanielDaniel McBreen FW 2007
2008–2009
43 7 53 12 &
[L 7]
Whitehead, AlanAlan Whitehead DF 1986–1988 41 1 53 2 &
Platt, TomTom Platt MF 2013–2015 47 0 52 0 &
Garratt, MartinMartin Garratt MF 1998–1999 45 1 52 1 &
Morritt, GordonGordon Morritt GK 1969–1971 41 0 52 0 &
Kelly, DanDan Kelly FW 1930–1932 48 12 51 12 &
Peat, NathanNathan Peat DF 2005–2007 48 2 51 2 &
Winfield, DaveDave Winfield clubman of the year DF 2014–2016 47 4 51 4 &
Smith, AdamAdam Smith MF 2008–2010 44 4 51 4 &
[L 8] [83]
Branagan, JimJim Branagan DF 1987–1988 42 1 51 1 &
Pickering, PeterPeter Pickering GK 1947–1948 49 0 50 0 &
[B]
Edgar, JohnnyJohnny Edgar FW 1959–1961 47 16 50 18 &
Hoggart, DennisDennis Hoggart FW 1960–1964 45 11 50 11 &
Duffield, PeterPeter Duffield FW 2000–2003 45 19 50 21 &
McMordie, EricEric McMordie MF 1975–1976 42 2 50 2 Northern Ireland 0 [84]
Barrett, ClaudeClaude Barrett FB 1937–1938 41 0 50 0 &
Atkinson, PaddyPaddy Atkinson DF 1995–1998 41 0 50 0 &
Forrest, GeorgeGeorge Forrest FW 1928–1929 44 7 49 8 &
Weddle, DerekDerek Weddle MF 1964–1966 44 13 49 14 &
Brackstone, StephenStephen Brackstone MF 2002–2004 44 4 49 4 England youth &
[85]
McGhie, BillyBilly McGhie MF 1979–1981 43 1 49 1 Scotland youth &
[86]
Jarvis, RyanRyan Jarvis FW 2013–2014 43 8 49 9 England youth &
[87]
Clegg, TonyTony Clegg DF 1987–1988 41 3 49 3 &
Proctor, MichaelMichael Proctor on loan FW 2001–2002 41 14 49 14 &
[L 9]
Frost, JackJack Frost GK 1948–1951 45 0 48 0 &
Dawson, RichardRichard Dawson DF 1981–1982 45 0 48 0 &
Cunningham, JoeyJoey Cunningham GK 1934–1935 42 0 48 0 &
Hope, GeorgeGeorge Hope FW 1976–1978 42 8 48 8 &
[L 10]
Brown, TommyTommy Brown FB 1928–1929 41 0 48 0 &
McNiven, DavidDavid McNiven FW 2000–2001 41 8 48 10 England C &
[88]
Ridley, RalphRalph Ridley GK 1930–1932 46 0 47 0 &
Dudgeon, JamesJames Dudgeon DF 2005–2007 44 6 47 6 Scotland youth &
[89]
Davies, BenBen Davies on loan DF 2013–2014 44 0 47 0 &
[L 11]
McMurray, CampbellCampbell McMurray FB 1923–1924 42 0 47 0 &
Bowey, SteveSteve Bowey MF 2006–2007 42 7 47 8 &
Levick, OliverOliver Levick HB 1927–1928 41 1 47 2 &
Roberts, JoeJoe Roberts FW 1928–1929 40 6 47 7 &
Glover, FredFred Glover FB 1924–1926 45 0 46 0 &
Williams, JohnJohn Williams FW 1999–2000 42 3 46 3 &
Groves, PaulPaul Groves MF 2004–2005 42 3 46 3 &
Dixon, KevinKevin Dixon FW 1988–1990 38 8 46 10 &
Cooper, SteveSteve Cooper FW 1993–1994 38 7 46 8 &
Hulme, KevinKevin Hulme MF 1999–2001 38 7 46 7 &
Elliott, StuartStuart Elliott MF 2007–2008 36 3 46 3 &
Greaves, MarkMark Greaves MF / DF 2008–2009 35 3 46 4 &
[90]
Boucaud, AndreAndre Boucaud MF 2010–2012 43 1 45 1 Trinidad and Tobago 0 [L 12] [91][92]
Till, PeterPeter Till MF 2010–2011 41 4 45 4 &
Waite, GeorgeGeorge Waite FW 1927–1928 39 8 45 9 &
Bottrill, BillyBilly Bottrill FW 1929–1930 39 18 45 20 &
Kelly, DarrenDarren Kelly DF 2007–2009 36 2 45 2 Northern Ireland under-21 &
[93]
Green, HarryHarry Green FW 1935–1936 42 8 44 8 &
Thompson, NeilNeil Thompson DF 1998–2000 42 8 44 9 England C &
[A][L 13] [94]
Smith, J.J. Smith GK 1924–1925 41 0 44 0 &
Oliver, PeterPeter Oliver DF 1974–1975 41 0 44 0 Scotland under-23 &
[95]
Ovendale, MarkMark Ovendale GK 2003–2004 41 0 44 0 &
Richardson, NickNick Richardson MF 2001–2002 39 1 44 2 &
Crowther, GeorgeGeorge Crowther GK 1927–1928 38 0 44 0 &
Thompson, GeorgeGeorge Thompson GK 1926–1927 37 0 44 0 &
Greensmith, RonRon Greensmith FW 1958–1959 42 1 43 1 &
Laverick, MickyMicky Laverick MF 1982–1983 41 6 43 6 &
Sharples, JohnJohn Sharples DF 1996–1997 38 1 43 1 &
Eyres, JackJack Eyres FW 1934–1935 37 13 43 13 &
Smith, DenisDenis Smith DF 1982–1983 37 5 43 5 &
[A][L 14]
Bowman, RyanRyan Bowman FW 2013–2014 37 8 43 8 &
Endersby, ScottScott Endersby GK 1987–1989 35 0 43 0 England youth &
[96]
Kelly, TomTom Kelly DF 1989–1990 35 2 43 3 &
Wood, DonDon Wood FB 1923–1925 41 0 42 0 &
Wilcockson, StanStan Wilcockson HB 1933–1934 39 5 42 6 &
Davison, TomTom Davison FW 1923–1924 37 2 42 3 &
Basham, MikeMike Basham DF 2001–2002 36 3 42 3 England youth &
[97]
Sangaré, DjouminDjoumin Sangaré DF / MF 2009–2010 32 3 42 4 &
[98]
Boyes, AdamAdam Boyes FW 2008–2009 29 2 42 3 England C &
[L 7] [99]
Thorpe, TedTed Thorpe FB 1922–1923 41 0 41 0 &
Porritt, WalterWalter Porritt FW 1936–1947 40 5 41 5 &
[B]
Wilson, GeorgeGeorge Wilson GK 1935–1936 39 0 41 0 &
Miller, JamesJames Miller FW 1924–1925 38 17 41 20 &
Peyton, NoelNoel Peyton FW 1963–1965 37 4 41 5 Republic of Ireland 0 [100]
Fairclough, ChrisChris Fairclough DF 1999–2000 37 0 41 0 England B &
[L 15] [101]
Lemons, CharlieCharlie Lemons FW 1922–1923 40 5 40 5 &
Colbridge, CliveClive Colbridge FW 1955–1957 37 14 40 15 &
Bower, MarkMark Bower on loan DF 2000–2001 36 2 40 2 &
[L 16]
Berrett, JamesJames Berrett MF 2015–2016 36 4 40 5 Republic of Ireland under-21 &
[102]
Newton, SeanSean Newton * clubman of the year DF 2016– 33 4 40 5 England C &
[L 4] [103]
Wroe, NickyNicky Wroe MF 2007–2008 29 6 40 10 England C &
[104]
Lee, GeorgeGeorge Lee FW 1937–1946 37 11 39 12 &
[B][C]
O'Neill, JoeJoe O'Neill FW 2005–2006 37 5 39 5 &
Hope, RichardRichard Hope DF 2003–2004 36 2 39 2 &
Smith, MalcolmMalcolm Smith FW 1980–1981 35 6 39 6 &
O'Cain, JamesJames O'Cain FW 1924–1927 34 17 39 17 &
Borthwick, JohnJohn Borthwick FW 1992–1993 33 8 39 8 &
McKenzie, StuartStuart McKenzie DF 1986–1988 32 0 39 0 &
Porter, LesLes Porter HB 1949–1953 38 1 38 1 &
Stronach, PeterPeter Stronach MF 1978–1979 34 2 38 2 England schools &
[105]
Charlesworth, ArthurArthur Charlesworth FW 1923–1924 33 14 38 14 &
Rippon, PipPip Rippon FW 1923–1924 33 6 38 8 &
Pickering, MickMick Pickering DF 1986–1987 32 1 38 1 &
Randall, AdrianAdrian Randall MF 1996 32 2 38 2 England youth &
[E] [106]
Rooney, ShaunShaun Rooney DF 2016–2017 30 1 38 1 &
Duthoit, JackJack Duthoit FB 1946–1949 36 0 37 0 &
Scott, JockJock Scott HB 1933–1934 34 1 37 1 &
Robinson, PaulPaul Robinson FW 2004–2005 34 2 37 2 &
Carr, GrahamGraham Carr HB 1968–1969 33 1 37 1 England youth &
[107]
Peverell, NickyNicky Peverell FW 1995–1996 29 2 37 4 &
Walker, FredFred Walker FW / HB 1924–1925 36 8 36 8 &
Spargo, StephenStephen Spargo HB 1932–1933 35 0 36 0 &
Mortimer, BobBob Mortimer FW 1938–1939 35 22 36 22 &
Collinson, LesLes Collinson HB 1967–1968 35 2 36 2 &
Law, GraemeGraeme Law DF 2004–2005 35 0 36 0 Scotland youth &
[108]
Kelly, BrianBrian Kelly DF 1968–1969 33 0 36 0 &
Goodchild, JohnnyJohnny Goodchild FW 1966–1967 29 6 36 6 &
Letheren, KyleKyle Letheren GK 2016–2017 28 0 36 0 Wales under-21 &
[109]
Graham, LukeLuke Graham DF 2009–2010 25 1 36 1 Wales youth
Republic of Ireland youth
&
[L 17] [110]
Brown, BertBert Brown FW 1924–1926 35 6 35 6 &
Hamstead, GeorgeGeorge Hamstead MF 1964–1966 35 1 35 1 &
Wise, StuartStuart Wise DF 2002–2004 33 1 35 1 &
Reed, PercyPercy Reed HB 1923–1924 30 0 35 0 &
Bowater, GeorgeGeorge Bowater FW 1934–1935 30 11 35 13 &
Winters, IanIan Winters FW 1946–1947 27 10 35 14 &
[B]
Rodgers, CliffCliff Rodgers FB 1945–1947 26 0 35 0 &
[B]
Ferguson, BobBob Ferguson GK 1946–1947 26 0 35 0 &
[B][C]
Williams, Marc LloydMarc Lloyd Williams FW 1999–2000 33 9 34 9 Wales B &
[111][112]
Cowan, TomTom Cowan DF 2002–2003 33 1 34 1 &
Ivory, GeorgeGeorge Ivory FW 1933–1934 31 9 34 9 &
Widdowson, BobBob Widdowson GK 1968–1969 30 0 34 0 &
Samways, MarkMark Samways GK 1997–1998 29 0 34 0 &
Harvey, EdmundEdmund Harvey FW 1926–1927 28 2 34 4 &
Jenkins, EvanEvan Jenkins FW 1934–1935 28 10 34 12 &
Connelly, GordonGordon Connelly MF 1998–1999 28 4 34 4 Scotland youth &
[113]
McWilliams, AndyAndy McWilliams DF / MF 2008–2009 24 0 34 0 &
[90]
Lynch, WalterWalter Lynch HB 1922–1923 33 1 33 1 &
Smith, KevanKevan Smith DF 1988–1989 31 5 33 5 &
Ward, MitchMitch Ward MF 2003–2004 31 0 33 0 &
Donovan, KevinKevin Donovan MF 2004–2005 31 2 33 2 &
Mahon, MickMick Mahon MF 1969–1970 29 10 33 11 England amateur &
[114]
Greenough, RickyRicky Greenough DF 1988–1990 29 1 33 1 &
Johnson, HowardHoward Johnson HB 1957–1958 28 0 33 0 &
Johanneson, AlbertAlbert Johanneson MF 1970–1971 26 3 33 5 &
Russell, SimonSimon Russell MF 2008–2009 24 0 33 1 &
Woods, JackJack Woods FW 1922–1923 32 13 32 13 &
Burgess, CamCam Burgess FW 1953–1954 32 14 32 14 &
Lockie, TomTom Lockie HB 1933–1934 29 1 32 1 &
[A]
Lorimer, PeterPeter Lorimer FW 1979–1980 29 8 32 9 Scotland 0 [115]
Lax, WalterWalter Lax FW 1933–1934 28 5 32 7 &
Dawson, AndyAndy Dawson MF 1998–2000 28 1 32 1 &
Meikle, LindonLindon Meikle MF 2014–2015 28 0 32 0 England C &
[116]
Redfern, LeviLevi Redfern HB 1926–1927 27 1 32 1 &
Laycock, FredFred Laycock FW 1930–1931 27 12 32 16 &
Klukowski, YanYan Klukowski MF 2016–2017 25 3 32 3 England schools &
[117]
Nicholson, GaryGary Nicholson MF 1984–1985 24 4 32 4 &
Banfield, AlbertAlbert Banfield FW 1935–1936 30 10 31 10 &
Furnell, AlbertAlbert Furnell GK 1925–1928 27 0 31 0 &
Hosker, BobbyBobby Hosker MF 1975–1977 25 1 31 2 &
Crosby, PhilPhil Crosby DF 1991–1992 25 0 31 0 England youth &
[118]
Thompson, AlbertAlbert Thompson FW 1936–1937 24 24 31 29 &
Doig, ChrisChris Doig DF 2012 24 0 31 0 Scotland under-21 &
[119]
Spratt, TommyTommy Spratt HB 1968–1969 29 1 30 2 England youth &
[120]
Dawson, DiggerDigger Dawson FB 1933–1934 28 1 30 1 &
Greening, JonathanJonathan Greening MF 1997–1998
2015
28 2 30 2 England under-21 &
[121]
Galbraith, DannyDanny Galbraith MF 2015–2016 28 2 30 2 Scotland youth &
[122]
Zubar, StéphaneStéphane Zubar on loan DF 2014–2015 27 2 30 2 Guadeloupe 0 [L 18] [123]
Cleasby, HaroldHarold Cleasby FW 1924–1925 25 5 30 9 &
Colville, BobBob Colville FW 1989–1990 24 0 30 2 Wales semi-pro &
[124]
Hill, BillyBilly Hill FW 1956–1960 29 3 29 3 &
Hulme, JoeJoe Hulme FW 1923–1924 28 3 29 3 England 0 [125]
Taylor, RichieRichie Taylor MF 1972–1973 28 2 29 2 &
Jones, ScottScott Jones DF 2002–2003 28 1 29 1 &
Constantine, LeonLeon Constantine FW 2010–2011 26 8 29 8 &
Fenwick, ScottScott Fenwick FW 2016–2017 24 2 29 3 &
Morgan-Smith, AmariAmari Morgan-Smith * FW 2017– 23 6 29 8 England C &
[L 19] [126]
Ferrell, AndyAndy Ferrell MF 2009–2010 22 1 29 2 &
[68]
Williams, DarrenDarren Williams MF 1994–1996 20 0 29 1 England B &
[127]
Noble, RaymondRaymond Noble FW 1926–1928 28 6 28 6 &
Powell, JohnJohn Powell FW 1956–1960 27 5 28 5 &
Brewis, TomTom Brewis FW 1930–1932 26 11 28 12 &
Agar, AlfAlf Agar FW 1936–1937 24 4 28 7 &
Richardson, BillBill Richardson DF 1968–1969 24 0 28 0 &
Reed, AdamAdam Reed MF 2013
2014
25 2 27 2 &
[L 9]
Stockdale, DavidDavid Stockdale GK 2003–2005 24 0 27 0 England C &
[128]
Davies, SeanSean Davies DF 2003–2005 24 0 27 0 &
Potts, MichaelMichael Potts MF 2011–2013 23 3 27 3 &
[59]
Straker, AnthonyAnthony Straker MF 2014–2015 23 0 27 0 Grenada
England youth
2
 
[129][130]
Holmes, DannyDanny Holmes DF 2016–2017 21 1 27 1 &
Sharpe, GeorgeGeorge Sharpe FW 1928–1931 25 2 26 3 &
Lindsay, DuncanDuncan Lindsay FW 1935–1936 25 8 26 9 &
Popely, PeterPeter Popely DF 1963–1966 25 0 26 0 &
Sinclair, EmileEmile Sinclair FW 2015 24 2 26 2 &
Bentham, JohnJohn Bentham MF 1981–1982 23 0 26 0 &
Shaw, GilbertGilbert Shaw FB 1923–1924 22 0 26 0 &
Dunphy, EamonEamon Dunphy MF 1965–1966 22 3 26 4 Republic of Ireland 1 [F] [11]
Thompson, MarcMarc Thompson DF 2000–2001 22 0 26 0 &
Connolly, AidanAidan Connolly * MF 2016– 22 3 26 5 Scotland youth &
[131]
Bencherif, HamzaHamza Bencherif * DF 2017– 21 0 26 0 Algeria youth &
[L 4] [132]
Butt, LenLen Butt FW 1947 25 2 25 2 &
[B]
Novacki, JanJan Novacki on loan MF 1977–1978 25 3 25 3 England youth &
[L 20]

[133]

Greener, BobBob Greener HB / FW 1932–1933 24 0 25 0 &
Kelly, JimmyJimmy Kelly FB 1938–1939 24 0 25 0 &
[B][C]
Wilson, PaulPaul Wilson DF 1994–1995 22 0 25 0 &
[L 21]
Brayson, PaulPaul Brayson FW 2007–2008 22 4 25 4 England C &
[134]
Baines, JoeJoe Baines FB 1924–1926 21 3 25 3 &
Wilkinson, BenBen Wilkinson MF 2008–2009 21 2 25 2 &
Stamp, NevilleNeville Stamp DF 2000–2002 20 0 25 0 &
Page, GeorgeGeorge Page FB 1927–1928 19 0 25 0 &

Players with fewer than 25 or 100 or more appearances

Footnotes

  1. ^ a b c d Player who also managed the club.[7]
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j Also played for York City during the Second World War.[36]
  3. ^ a b c d Player statistics exclude three matches played in the aborted 1939–40 season.[37]
  4. ^ Cowie holds the club record for the most goals in a season; 56 in 1928–29. His 49 goals in the Midland League that season is also a club record.[10]
  5. ^ Randall holds the club record for the highest transfer fee paid by the club; £140,000, which was paid to Burnley on 28 December 1995.[12][13]
  6. ^ Dunphy was the first player capped at full international level while at the club.[11]

Player statistics include matches played while on loan from:

References

General

  • Batters, David (2008). York City: The Complete Record. Derby: Breedon Books. ISBN 978-1-85983-633-0. 
  • Windross, Dave; Jarred, Martin (1997). Citizens and Minstermen: A Who's Who of York City FC 1922–1997. Selby: Citizen Publications. ISBN 978-0-9531005-0-7. 
  • "York". Soccerbase. Centurycomm. Retrieved 20 August 2017. 

Specific

  1. ^ Windross; Jarred. Citizens and Minstermen: A Who's Who of York City FC 1922–1997. p. 148. 
  2. ^ Batters. York City: The Complete Record. pp. 13–15. 
  3. ^ Batters. York City: The Complete Record. p. 23. 
  4. ^ Batters. York City: The Complete Record. p. 101. 
  5. ^ a b Flett, Dave (21 May 2012). "Match report: York City 2, Luton Town 1 – Play-off final". The Press. York. Retrieved 31 July 2015. 
  6. ^ Flett, Dave (7 May 2016). "York City end four-year stint back in Football League with 1–1 draw at Morecambe". The Press. York. Retrieved 6 August 2016. 
  7. ^ a b "York: Managers". Soccerbase. Centurycomm. Retrieved 25 March 2017. 
  8. ^ Batters. York City: The Complete Record. pp. 316, 322. 
  9. ^ Batters. York City: The Complete Record. p. 360. 
  10. ^ a b Batters. York City: The Complete Record. p. 250. 
  11. ^ a b c For country: Batters. York City: The Complete Record. p. 428. 
  12. ^ a b c Batters. York City: The Complete Record. p. 386. 
  13. ^ a b "Adrian Randall". Soccerbase. Centurycomm. Retrieved 31 July 2015. 
  14. ^ Batters. York City: The Complete Record. pp. 252–253. 
  15. ^ "Clubman of the Year". York City F.C. Retrieved 6 August 2017. 
  16. ^ a b Appearances and goals up until the end of the end of 2007–08 are sourced to:
    Batters. York City: The Complete Record. pp. 238–421, 434–456. 
    Appearances and goals from 2008–09 to 2015–16 are sourced to:
    "York: Squad stats". Soccerbase. Centurycomm. Retrieved 23 May 2017.  Individual seasons accessed via dropdown menu. Soccerbase has no data for a number of competitions:
    For the 2008–09 FA Cup fourth qualifying round, FA Trophy and Conference League Cup, see:
    • Williams, Tony; Wright, James, eds. (2009). Non-League Club Directory 2010. Tony Williams Publications. pp. 162–163. ISBN 978-1-869833-66-4. 
    • Flett, Dave (14 January 2009). "York City strikers McBreen and Brodie on target to seal impressive FA Trophy win at Oxford". The Press. York. Retrieved 23 September 2015. 
    For the 2009–10 FA Cup fourth qualifying round and FA Trophy, see:
    • Williams, Tony; Wright, James, eds. (2010). Non-League Club Directory 2011. Tony Williams Publications. pp. 160–161. ISBN 978-1-869833-68-8. 
    • Flett, Dave (27 January 2010). "York City 1, Newport County 0 – FA Trophy replay". The Press. York. Retrieved 23 September 2015. 
    For the 2010–11 FA Cup fourth qualifying round and FA Trophy, see:
    • Williams, Mike; Williams, Tony, eds. (2011). Non-League Club Directory 2012. Tony Williams Publications. pp. 156–157. ISBN 978-1-869833-70-1. 
    For the 2011–12 FA Cup fourth qualifying round and FA Trophy, see:
    • Williams, Mike; Williams, Tony, eds. (2012). Non-League Club Directory 2013. Tony Williams Publications. pp. 162–163. ISBN 978-1-869833-77-0. 
    Appearances and goals from 2016–17 onwards are sourced to:
    "York City FC: Matches". Soccerway. Perform Group. Retrieved 20 August 2017. 
  17. ^ Batters. York City: The Complete Record. p. 406. 
  18. ^ a b Batters. York City: The Complete Record. p. 408. 
  19. ^ Batters. York City: The Complete Record. pp. 240–241. 
  20. ^ Windross; Jarred. Citizens and Minstermen: A Who's Who of York City FC 1922–1997. p. 139. 
  21. ^ "Defender Fairclough released". York Evening Press. 6 February 2001. Retrieved 30 June 2015. 
  22. ^ Winehouse, Amitai (21 April 2014). "Leeds United nostalgia: Fairclough shored up the United defence". Yorkshire Evening Post. Leeds. Archived from the original on 25 December 2014. 
  23. ^ "Football: City's £200,000 windfall". York Evening Press. 18 October 1999. Retrieved 30 June 2015. 
  24. ^ Windross; Jarred. Citizens and Minstermen: A Who's Who of York City FC 1922–1997. p. 47. 
  25. ^ Batters. York City: The Complete Record. p. 366. 
  26. ^ Flett, Dave (21 July 2010). "The big interview with York City goalkeeping coach Andy Leaning". The Press. York. Retrieved 30 June 2015. 
  27. ^ Batters. York City: The Complete Record. pp. 398–399. 
  28. ^ "Dolan unveils youth club". York Evening Press. 5 May 2003. Retrieved 30 June 2015. 
  29. ^ Windross; Jarred. Citizens and Minstermen: A Who's Who of York City FC 1922–1997. p. 149. 
  30. ^ Windross; Jarred. Citizens and Minstermen: A Who's Who of York City FC 1922–1997. p. 109. 
  31. ^ For country: "Tom Evans". NIFG. 20 November 2007. Retrieved 3 August 2013. 
  32. ^ For Jamaica: "Donaldson, Clayton". National Football Teams. Retrieved 8 March 2016. 
    For England C: "Clayton Donaldson". Barry Hugman's Footballers. Retrieved 8 March 2016. 
  33. ^ For country: "MacDougall, Ted". National Football Teams. Retrieved 8 March 2016. 
  34. ^ For country: "Scott Kerr". Barry Hugman's Footballers. Retrieved 8 March 2016. 
  35. ^ For country: "Iain Dunn". Barry Hugman's Footballers. Retrieved 8 March 2016. 
  36. ^ Windross; Jarred. Citizens and Minstermen: A Who's Who of York City FC 1922–1997. pp. 133–134. 
  37. ^ Batters. York City: The Complete Record. pp. 272–273. 
  38. ^ For country: "Freddie Scott". Barry Hugman's Footballers. Retrieved 8 March 2016. 
  39. ^ "McLaughlin credited with goal against Gillingham". The Press. York. 5 February 2013. Retrieved 27 November 2013.  Soccerbase credit the goal York City scored against Gillingham on 26 January 2013 to Charlie Lee (own goal). However, the goal was later credited to Patrick McLaughlin.
  40. ^ For country: "Pat McLaughlin". Barry Hugman's Footballers. Retrieved 8 March 2016. 
  41. ^ For country: "Jason Walker". Barry Hugman's Footballers. Retrieved 8 March 2016. 
  42. ^ For country: Windross; Jarred. Citizens and Minstermen: A Who's Who of York City FC 1922–1997. p. 87. 
  43. ^ For position: "York City npower League Two season review: Rating the Minstermen". The Press. York. 3 May 2013. Retrieved 11 January 2014.  Soccerbase list Josh Carson as a midfielder, but The Press state he also played as a defender for York.
  44. ^ For country: "Carson, Josh". National Football Teams. Retrieved 8 March 2016. 
  45. ^ For country: "Andy Bishop". Barry Hugman's Footballers. Retrieved 8 March 2016. 
  46. ^ Flett, Dave (1 October 2012). "Match report: Aldershot 0, York City 2". The Press. York. Retrieved 28 November 2016.  Soccerbase state Jamie Reed played as a substitute for York against Aldershot Town on 29 September 2012. However, The Press confirm he was an unused substitute.
  47. ^ For country: "Jamie Reed". Welsh Premier League. Archived from the original on 17 March 2014. 
  48. ^ For country: "David Pugh". Barry Hugman's Footballers. Retrieved 8 March 2016. 
  49. ^ For country: "Mark Robinson". Barry Hugman's Footballers. Retrieved 8 March 2016. 
  50. ^ For country: "John Hawksby". Barry Hugman's Footballers. Retrieved 8 March 2016. 
  51. ^ For country: "Barry Wealthall". Barry Hugman's Footballers. Retrieved 8 March 2016. 
  52. ^ For position: Flett, Dave (1 March 2011). "York City boss eager to step up play-off place chase". The Press. York. Retrieved 28 November 2016.  Soccerbase list Levi Mackin as a forward, but The Press state he played as a midfielder for York.
  53. ^ For country: "Levi Mackin". Barry Hugman's Footballers. Retrieved 8 March 2016. 
  54. ^ For position: Flett, Dave (13 May 2016). "York City review of 2015/16: The unfunny tale of an Englishman, Irishman and a Scotsman". The Press. York. Retrieved 28 November 2016.  Soccerbase list Femi Ilesanmi as a midfielder, but The Press state he played as a defender for York.
  55. ^ For country: "Marco Gabbiadini". Barry Hugman's Footballers. Retrieved 8 March 2016. 
  56. ^ For country: "Neil Barrett". Barry Hugman's Footballers. Retrieved 8 March 2016. 
  57. ^ For country: "Cliff Calvert". Barry Hugman's Footballers. Retrieved 8 March 2016. 
  58. ^ For position: Carroll, Steve (27 November 2012). "York City's Jon Challinor issues defiant call to end slump". The Press. York. Retrieved 28 November 2016.  Soccerbase list Jon Challinor as a midfielder, but The Press state he primarily played as a defender for York.
  59. ^ a b Flett, Dave (19 August 2012). "Reality check for York City after 3–1 opening day defeat by Wycombe Wanderers". The Press. York. Retrieved 28 November 2016.  Soccerbase state Jon Challinor was not involved in York's matchday squad against Wycombe Wanderers on 18 August 2012, and that Michael Potts played as a substitute. However, The Press confirm Challinor played as a substitute and that Potts was an unused substitute.
  60. ^ For country: "Jon Challinor". Barry Hugman's Footballers. Retrieved 8 March 2016. 
  61. ^ For country: "Bobby Mimms". Barry Hugman's Footballers. Retrieved 8 March 2016. 
  62. ^ For position: Flett, Dave (24 December 2010). "York City's Chris Carruthers eyes up defensive role". The Press. York. Retrieved 28 November 2016.  Soccerbase list Chris Carruthers as a defender, but The Press state he primarily played as a midfielder for York.
  63. ^ For country: "Chris Carruthers". Barry Hugman's Footballers. Retrieved 8 March 2016. 
  64. ^ For country: "Lev Yalcin". Barry Hugman's Footballers. Retrieved 8 March 2016. 
  65. ^ For country: "Mike Walker". Barry Hugman's Footballers. Retrieved 8 March 2016. 
  66. ^ For country: "Darren Bradshaw". Barry Hugman's Footballers. Retrieved 8 March 2016. 
  67. ^ For country: "Harris, Joe". National Football Teams. Retrieved 8 March 2016. 
  68. ^ a b Flett, Dave (28 December 2009). "York City 3, Mansfield 0". The Press. York. Retrieved 31 July 2015.  Soccerbase state Andy Ferrell and Michael Gash were unused substitutes for York against Mansfield Town on 26 December 2009. However, The Press confirm they played as substitutes.
  69. ^ For country: Flett, Dave (20 September 2010). "Martin Foyle up front about success of York City's 4–3–3 switch". The Press. York. Retrieved 8 March 2016. 
  70. ^ For country: "Neal Bishop". Barry Hugman's Footballers. Retrieved 8 March 2016. 
  71. ^ For country: "Match report – Italy 4–2 Wales". Football Association of Wales. Archived from the original on 21 November 2008. 
  72. ^ For position: Flett, Dave (25 May 2012). "Season review: York City's class of 2011/12". The Press. York. Retrieved 12 November 2016.  Soccerbase list Adriano Moké as a forward, but The Press state he played as a midfielder for York.
  73. ^ For country: "Simon Rusk". Barry Hugman's Footballers. Retrieved 6 July 2015. 
  74. ^ For country: "Alex Mathie". Barry Hugman's Footballers. Retrieved 8 March 2016. 
  75. ^ For country: "Scott Flinders". Barry Hugman's Footballers. Retrieved 8 March 2016. 
  76. ^ For country: Joyce, Michael (2004). Football League Players' Records 1888 to 1939. Nottingham: Tony Brown. p. 97. ISBN 978-1-899468-67-6. 
  77. ^ For country: "Charlie Twissell". Barry Hugman's Footballers. Retrieved 8 March 2016. 
  78. ^ For country: "York City swoop for Jake Hyde". The Press. York. 2 June 2014. Retrieved 17 January 2015. 
  79. ^ For country: "Barry Conlon". Barry Hugman's Footballers. Retrieved 8 March 2016. 
  80. ^ For country: "McCoy, Marvin". National Football Teams. Retrieved 8 March 2016. 
  81. ^ For country: "Ian Butler". Barry Hugman's Footballers. Retrieved 8 March 2016. 
  82. ^ For country: "At Maricourt our pupils have represented the following international teams ..." (PDF). Maricourt Catholic School. p. 8. Retrieved 16 August 2016. 
  83. ^ Flett, Dave (9 February 2009). "York City feel hard done by after controversial penalty settles Blue Square Premier clash with Mansfield Town at Field Mill". The Press. York. Retrieved 31 July 2015.  Soccerbase state Adam Smith was an unused substitute for York against Mansfield Town on 7 February 2009. However, The Press confirm he played as a substitute.
  84. ^ For country: "McMordie, Eric". National Football Teams. Retrieved 8 March 2016. 
  85. ^ For country: "Steve Brackstone". Barry Hugman's Footballers. Retrieved 8 March 2016. 
  86. ^ For country: "Billy McGhie". Barry Hugman's Footballers. Retrieved 8 March 2016. 
  87. ^ For country: "Ryan Jarvis". Barry Hugman's Footballers. Retrieved 8 March 2016. 
  88. ^ For country: "England draw with US". BBC Sport. 10 June 2004. Retrieved 8 March 2016. 
  89. ^ For country: "James Dudgeon". Barry Hugman's Footballers. Retrieved 8 March 2016. 
  90. ^ a b For position: Flett, Dave (14 May 2009). "York City season review 2008/9". The Press. York. Retrieved 3 August 2013.  Soccerbase list Mark Greaves as a defender, but The Press state he primarily played as a midfielder for York. Soccerbase list Andy McWilliams as a defender, but The Press state he also played as a midfielder for York.
  91. ^ Flett, Dave (25 January 2012). "Match report: Kidderminster 1, York City 1". The Press. York. Retrieved 21 November 2013.  Soccerbase state Andre Boucaud was an unused substitute for York against Kidderminster Harriers on 24 January 2012. However, The Press confirm he played as a substitute.
  92. ^ For country: "Boucaud, André". National Football Teams. Retrieved 8 March 2016. 
  93. ^ For country: "Darren Kelly". NIFG. 22 February 2009. Retrieved 3 August 2013. 
  94. ^ For country: "Neil Thompson". Barry Hugman's Footballers. Retrieved 8 March 2016. 
  95. ^ For country: Windross; Jarred. Citizens and Minstermen: A Who's Who of York City FC 1922–1997. p. 76. 
  96. ^ For country: "Scott Endersby". Barry Hugman's Footballers. Retrieved 8 March 2016. 
  97. ^ For country: "Mike Basham". Barry Hugman's Footballers. Retrieved 8 March 2016. 
  98. ^ For position: Flett, Dave (3 May 2011). "Gary Mills the ideal candidate to lead York City". The Press. York. Retrieved 5 August 2015.  Soccerbase list Djoumin Sangaré as a defender, but The Press state he also played as a midfielder for York.
  99. ^ For country: "Barrow's Boyes boosts Gateshead's striking options". Evening Chronicle. Newcastle. 20 May 2013. Retrieved 8 March 2016. 
  100. ^ For country: "Peyton, Noel". National Football Teams. Retrieved 8 March 2016. 
  101. ^ For country: "Chris Fairclough". Barry Hugman's Footballers. Retrieved 8 March 2016. 
  102. ^ For country: "James Berrett". Barry Hugman's Footballers. Retrieved 8 March 2016. 
  103. ^ For country: "Sean Newton". Barry Hugman's Footballers. Retrieved 22 March 2017. 
  104. ^ For country: "Nicky Wroe". Barry Hugman's Footballers. Retrieved 8 March 2016. 
  105. ^ For country: "Peter Stronach". Barry Hugman's Footballers. Retrieved 8 March 2016. 
  106. ^ For country: "Adrian Randall". Barry Hugman's Footballers. Retrieved 8 March 2016. 
  107. ^ For country: "Graham Carr". Barry Hugman's Footballers. Retrieved 8 March 2016. 
  108. ^ For country: "Graeme Law". Barry Hugman's Footballers. Retrieved 8 March 2016. 
  109. ^ For country: Hugman, Barry J., ed. (2008). The PFA Footballers' Who's Who 2008–09. Edinburgh: Mainstream Publishing. p. 260. ISBN 978-1-84596-324-8. 
  110. ^ For country: "Reds bring in two central defenders". Alfreton Town F.C. 2 July 2014. Retrieved 31 July 2015. 
  111. ^ "I want the job". York Evening Press. 19 March 1999. Retrieved 30 June 2015.  Soccerbase state Marc Lloyd Williams joined York on loan from Halifax Town. However, The Press confirm he signed for the club on a permanent contract.
  112. ^ For country: "Marc Williams". Barry Hugman's Footballers. Retrieved 8 March 2016. 
  113. ^ For country: "Gordon Connelly". Barry Hugman's Footballers. Retrieved 8 March 2016. 
  114. ^ For country: "Mick Mahon". Barry Hugman's Footballers. Retrieved 8 March 2016. 
  115. ^ For country: "Lorimer, Peter". National Football Teams. Retrieved 8 March 2016. 
  116. ^ For country: "Lindon Meikle". Barry Hugman's Footballers. Retrieved 8 March 2016. 
  117. ^ For country: Barnes, Dan (27 June 2014). "Football: Yan's living the dream". Swindon Advertiser. Retrieved 17 January 2017. 
  118. ^ For country: "Phil Crosby". Barry Hugman's Footballers. Retrieved 8 March 2016. 
  119. ^ For country: "Chris Doig". Barry Hugman's Footballers. Retrieved 8 March 2016. 
  120. ^ For country: "Tommy Spratt". Barry Hugman's Footballers. Retrieved 8 March 2016. 
  121. ^ For country: "Jonathan Greening". Barry Hugman's Footballers. Retrieved 8 March 2016. 
  122. ^ For country: "Spence and Brookes star for England under-16s". West Ham United F.C. 28 November 2005. Archived from the original on 24 September 2012. 
  123. ^ For country: "Zubar, Stéphane". National Football Teams. Retrieved 8 March 2016. 
  124. ^ For country: "Bob Colville". Barry Hugman's Footballers. Retrieved 8 March 2016. 
  125. ^ For country: "Hulme, Joe". National Football Teams. Retrieved 8 March 2016. 
  126. ^ For country: "Amari Morgan-Smith". Barry Hugman's Footballers. Retrieved 6 August 2017. 
  127. ^ For country: "Darren Williams". Barry Hugman's Footballers. Retrieved 8 March 2016. 
  128. ^ For country: "David Stockdale". Barry Hugman's Footballers. Retrieved 8 March 2016. 
  129. ^ For position: Flett, Dave (22 January 2016). "Updated: Anthony Straker follows Marvin McCoy out of York City exit door with Eddie Nolan and John McCombe set to be next". The Press. York. Retrieved 28 November 2016.  Soccerbase list Anthony Straker as a defender, but The Press state he played as a midfielder for York.
  130. ^ For Grenada: "Straker, Anthony". National Football Teams. Retrieved 8 March 2016. 
    For England youth: "Anthony Straker". Barry Hugman's Footballers. Retrieved 8 March 2016. 
  131. ^ For country: "Aidan Connolly: U19 squad matches". Scottish Football Association. Retrieved 16 August 2017. 
  132. ^ For country: "Hamza Bencherif". Barry Hugman's Footballers. Retrieved 13 August 2017. 
  133. ^ For country: "Jan Novacki". Barry Hugman's Footballers. Retrieved 8 March 2016. 
  134. ^ For country: "Paul Brayson". Harrogate Town F.C. Archived from the original on 9 March 2016. 
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