Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 30. Chapters: Alan Davidson (Scottish footballer), Alan Dornan, Alan Fettis, Avun Jephcott, Barney Bowers, Bertie McMinn, Billy McAvoy, Bill Devan, Bobby Browne (footballer born 1962), Damien Byrne, Darren Fitzgerald, Darren Lockhart, Dave Connell, Dave Reeves, David Jeffrey, David Rainey (footballer), Dessie Gorman, Frank Ryder, Garry Haylock, George Eastham, Sr., Glenn Ferguson, Hugh Forde, Jimmy McAuley, Jimmy Todd, Joe McNulty, John Bacon (footballer), Ken DeMange, Kevin Brady (footballer), Lee Feeney, Len Graham (footballer), Liam Munroe, Matt Britton, Mickey Keenan, Paul Gray (footballer), Paul Kee, Paul Kirk (footballer), Paul McLaughlin (footballer), Richie Barker (footballer born 1975), Rory Ginty, Roy Walker (footballer), Sammy Hatton, Sean Connor, Simon Yeo, Stephen Baxter (footballer), Stephen Henderson (footballer born 1966), Tommy Forde, Tosher Burns, Trevor Thompson, Warren Feeney, Sr.. Excerpt: Simon John Yeo (born 10 October 1973 in Stockport, England) is a former English footballer. After leaving school, Yeo began a two-year YTS as a carpet fitter before, in May 1992, joining the army with the 22nd (Cheshire) Regiment. His army career included tours of Bosnia and Northern Ireland. After leaving the army, he supplemented his semi-professional football career with numerous jobs such as working on building sites, making toilet seats and being a postman in his home town of Stockport. Whilst serving out his final army days in Northern Ireland, his football career began in earnest. Whilst based at Clogher he played for Fivemiletown United, being part of the team who lost the 1995 Mulhern Cup Final, a competition organised by the Fermanagh & Western FA, to Enniskillen Rangers. He joined Ards in September 1997, signing a twelve month deal and scoring three times in seven league and cup games before his contract was cancelled to allow him to return home to England to join Curzon Ashton in October 1997. However, he quickly returned to Irish football, joining Coleraine the following month. This move proved controversial with the then Ards manager Roy Coyle claiming that Yeo had stitched him up though Yeo argued that that was not the case and, having scored four goals in four games for Curzon Ashton, he was contacted by Coleraine who offered to fly him in from Manchester for their games. He remained with Coleraine for the remainder of the 1997-98 season, scoring a total of six goals in 22 appearances, before joining the then Northern Premier League Premier Division side Hyde United. In September 1998 he joined Atherton Collieries on loan, scoring five goals in three games before being sidelined by an ankle ligament injury. Recalled to Hyde, he marked his Northern Premier League debut by scoring both goals in the 2-2 draw with Leigh RMI on 4 December 1998. He would go on to score 111 goals in a total of 169 league and cup appearances for them before joining Lincoln C
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