*SEASON REVIEW*

First Team Match Reports 2003-2004

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*SEASON REVIEW*

Postby Alan Beckett » Thu Mar 05, 2015 8:12 pm

2003/04 SEASON REVIEW

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Team Pictured: 18th October 2003 at Home to Bolehall Swifts. (Not the best picture! Have you got a better one!)
Back: Dan Nixon, Steve Lees, Adam Whyte, Craig Jones, Craig Davies, Ken Howell, Dean Farrington, Chris Gee.
Front: Gary Falconbridge, Frank Woodburn, Tony Gormley, Mitchell Thompson, Brendon Shilton, Des Wilkes.


Also made appearances but not pictured: Neil Anderson, Scott Beadle, Justin Best, Peter Bennett, Simon Bradbury, Rob Burns, James Butterworth, Brian Cant, Danny Carter, Jamie Cartwright, Lee Colvin, James Connor, Steve Croome, Brett Dalton, Chris davies, Jon Davis, Lee Dempster, Ashley Downer, Giovanni Finesci, Steve Fulford, Mark Gallaugher, Scott Gormley, Chrsi Gray, Pete Hall, Jamie Harden, Andy Harward, Sean Hegarty, Gary Horsburgh, Stuart Howard, Dave Jackson, Dave Johnson, Gareth Langford, James Lloyd, Lee McClean, Paul McColgan, James McKenzie, Dave Morbey, Danny Moseley, Jason Noonan, Craig Risdill, Aeon Sawyers, Lawrence Shannon, Kevin Sievwright, Carl Smith, Allan Thomas, Kevin Wagstaff, Adrian Walker, Simon Wczasek, Scott Wilson.

Manager Tony Gormley, Assistant Manager Dave Morby, Secretary Des Green, Chief Executive Alan Beckett, Chairman Mark Bishop.


Season Review
Tony Gormley started his second season as manager of Coleshill and brought in Dave Morby as his Assistant. But after 13 league games, just two wins and an early exit from the Challenge Cup, Gormley stepped down and Pete Wilson and Mick Beadle took over. Wilson stood down due to health reasons leaving Beadle in charge, an appointment that would last almost four years. The season was one long struggle with the goals of Craig Davies and a win over local rivals Castle Vale the pick of the very few highlights! Coleshill finished in 18th place, 4th from bottom but Beadle was popular and the introduction of young players from a very successful Youth team promised better times ahead.

Games Played
League P40 W11 D5 L 24 F49 A83 Points 38 Position 18th
Cup P2 W0 D0 L2 F3 A 6
Total P42 W11 D5 L26 F52 A 89


MIDLAND COMBINATION PREMIER
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Leading Goalscorer: Craig Davies, 14 League, 2 Cup, Total 16.

15 different scorers.

63 Players used.

Most Appearances: Carl "Smudger" Smith 25.

Player Of The Year: Kevin Wagstaff.

Players Player Of The Year: Des Wilkes.

Managers Player Of The Year: Carl Smith.

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