Clifton F.C. - Former Players

Former Players

A number of well-known professional footballers have at one time played for Clifton. Amongst them are Garry Birtles(born 27 July 1956) is a retired English footballer, who played as a forward in The Football League between the 1970s and 1990s. He is best known for his time at Nottingham Forest, during which he won the 1979 and 1980 European Cup Finals. He was also capped three times by England.

Keith Alexander (14 November 1958 – 3 March 2010) was a Saint Lucian footballer and manager. Born in Nottingham, England, he was the manager of League Two side Macclesfield Town at the time of his death, in a career that included international appearances for Saint Lucia. Alexander played for a whole host of lower league football teams. His main success, however, came from football management – managing in both non-league and the Football League. He took League Two side Lincoln City to four consecutive play offs, taking them to two finals at the Millennium Stadium. His eldest son, Matt is a FIFA licensed Football agent and works with many top flight players.

Jermaine Jenas began his career at Nottingham Forest where he immediately impressed during the 2001–02 season. After a single season at the City Ground, which produced four goals in 33 games, Jenas was sold to Newcastle United for £5 million in February 2002.

Michael Johnson is a former footballer who played as a defender, primarily at centre-half, although he also played left-back when called upon. He made more than 550 appearances in the Football League and Premier League, including more than 250 games for Birmingham City and more than 100 each for Notts County, the club where he began his professional career, and for Derby County. Although born in Nottingham, England, he is a full Jamaican international and played 12 times for the Jamaican national team. He retired as a player at the end of the 2008/09 season, and took up the post of youth team manager with Notts County.

Richard Liburd (Notts County and Bradford City),(born 26 September 1973) is an English footballer who is a defender and plays for Hucknall Town. He previously played league football with Middlesbrough, Bradford City, Carlisle United, Notts County and Lincoln City. Matt Redmile (Shrewsbury Town),(born 12 November 1976 in Nottingham, England) is a professional footballer who most recently played for Goole Town in the Northern Premier League Division One South. His position on the pitch is central defender.Miles Addison (Derby County)

Matthew Turner (born 29 December 1981) is an English football striker and wide midfielder. He currently still plays for us. Born in Nottingham, Turner started his career at Nottingham Forest as a trainee. He was later sold to West Bromwich Albion in 2000. At West Brom he was unable to break into the first team, so he was initially loaned out to Danish club Herfølge in April 2002; he impressed during his time at the club, and the move was made permanent. In 2004 he returned to England, joining Hednesford Town, but left the club towards the end of the 2004-05 season and joined Eastwood Town. He moved on to Ilkeston Town and Gedling Town, before signing for Carlton Town in October 2006, he has represented England at under-16 and under-18 level.

Darren Huckerby(Norwich City)(born 23 April 1976 in Nottingham) is a former English footballer who played as a forward from 1993 until 2009.

Huckerby is notably remembered for his time spent playing in the Premier League, appearing for Newcastle United, Coventry City, Leeds United and Manchester City in England's top flight. He also played as a professional for Lincoln City, Millwall, Nottingham Forest and Norwich City before finishing his career for Major League Soccer side San Jose Earthquakes.

Tont Cuthbert (Notts County), David McVay (Notts County)

Peter Wells (born 13 August 1956) is an English former footballer who played as a goalkeeper for Nottingham Forest, Southampton, Millwall and Orient in the 1970s and 1980s.

Ian Andrews(born 1 December 1964 in Nottingham) is an English former footballer who played as a goalkeeper in the Football League for Leicester City, Swindon Town, Leeds United, Southampton and Bournemouth, and in the Scottish Premier League for Celtic.

Pedro Richards (11 November 1956 – 23 December 2001) was an English footballer who played in defence for (Notts County).

Franny Green (Peterborough United), Martin Rogers (Man U).

Steve Burke (footballer) (born 29 September 1960) is an English former footballer who played 156 games in the Football League. He played as a left winger.

Trevor Morley(born 20 March 1961 in Nottingham) is an English former professional footballer who played as a striker.

Russell Slade (born 10 October 1960) is an English football manager currently in charge of League One side Leyton Orient.

Mickey Walker (footballer) (born 10 April 1945) is an English former professional footballer who played in the Football League, as a midfielder.

Mark Hateley (born 7 November 1961 in Wallasey, Merseyside]) is a retired English football player who played as a centre-forward. He was capped 32 times for the English national team (including games in the 1986 World Cup), and played in top-level football leagues in England, Italy, France and Scotland. His nickname is Attila.

Tommy Asher (Notts County), Steve Holder (Notts County), David Elliott (Findland FA), Julian Barnett (Belgium FA).

Jermaine Pennant (Notts County, Arsenal, Birmingham City and Liverpool)Born in Nottingham, Pennant played for his local side Notts County as a youngster. He earned promising reviews in the youth team at County and Arsenal signed him in 1999. He struggled to make much of an impact at the North London club and spent time on loan at Watford, Leeds United and Birmingham City before joining the latter permanently. While an Arsenal player, he won 24 caps for the England under-21 team.

Ian Benjamin born 11 December 1961) was an English professional footballer who played for a number of clubs in a number of positions, mostly as a forward. He retired in 1996..

Tony Barrowcliffe (Peterborough United), Paddy Bryne (Nottingham Forest).

David Staniforth (footballer)(born 6 October 1950) is a former professional footballer who played in The Football League for Sheffield United, Bristol Rovers, Bradford City, and Halifax Town.

Phil Starbuck (born 24 November 1968) is an English former professional footballer who scored 43 goals from 245 appearances in the Football League playing for a number of different clubs. He started out as a striker then winger before eventually becoming an attacking midfielder.

Bert Bowery (born 29 October 1954) is an English former professional footballer who played in England and the United States as a striker.

Dave Smith (footballer born 1961) (born Sidcup, 25 June 1961) is an English former professional footballer. His clubs included Gillingham, where he made over 100 Football League appearances, Bristol City, Plymouth Argyle and Notts County.

Steve Baines (born 23 June 1954) is an English former footballer and later a referee in the Football League. Born in Newark, Nottinghamshire, during his refereeing career he resided in Chesterfield, Derbyshire. He is the only referee in the League's history to have had a significant career previously as a professional player.

Tony Reid (Derby County), Paul Rayner (Nottingham Forest),Roger Willis (Chesterfield Town.), Colin Smith (Nottingham Forest).

Devon White (footballer) (born 2 March 1964) is a former professional footballer who played as a striker for seven different Football League clubs.

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