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Past Players (IJK)

Joe Jacques Kevin Jopling Tommy Johnson Carl Jones
Gordon Jones Joe Joyce John Kay Howard Kendall
Paul Kitson

GARY INNES

  • Derwentside SFA, DCSFA U19s: 1995-96
  • Darlington 1996-1997 (16 apps, 0 goals)
  • International honours: ESFA U18s: 4 appearances in 1996. England Youth

STEVEN ISTEAD

  • South Tyneside SFA, DCSFA U16s: 2001-02
  • Hartlepool United 2002-2006 (81 apps, 4 goals)
  • Peterhead 2007-2008 (25 apps, 2 goals)

JOSEPH "Joe" JACQUES

  • Derwent Valley SFA, DCSFA U15s: 1958-59 and 1959-60
  • Lincoln City 1964-1965 (27 apps, 0 goals)
  • Darlington 1965-1969 (173 apps, 6 goals)
  • Southend United 1969-1972 (93 app, 2 goals)
  • Gillingham 1972-1976 (76 apps, 1 goals)
  • Hartlepool United 1976 (5 apps, 0 goals)

KEVIN JOBLING

  • Sunderland SFA, DCSFA U15s, 1982-83; DCSFA U19s: 1983-84
  • Leicester City 1986-1988 (13 apps, 2 goals)
  • Grimsby Town 1988-1998 (330 apps, 13 goals)
  • Scunthopre United (loan) 1994 (1 app, 0 goals)
  • Shrewbury Town 1988-2000 (78 apps, 4 goals)

THOMAS "Tommy" JOHNSON

  • Chester-le-Street SFA, DCSFA U15s: 1985-86
  • Notts County 1989-1992 (118 apps, 47 goals)
  • Derby County 1992-1995 (98 apps, 30 goals)
  • Aston Villa 1995-1997 (57 apps, 13 goals) -- League Cup winners medal with Aston Villa in 1995-96
  • Glasgow Celtic 1997-2001 (50 apps, 23 goals) -- A member of Celtic's 'Treble-winning' side of 2000-2001 and Scottish League Cup winner in 1999-2000.
  • Everton (loan) 1999 (3 apps, 0 goals)
  • Sheffield Wednesday 2001 (8 apps, 0 goals)
  • Kilmarnock 2001-2002 (12 apps, 7 goals)
  • Gillingham 2002-2005 (49 apps, 7 goals)
  • Sheffield United 2005 (1 app, 0 goals)
  • Scunthorpe United 2005-2006 (14 apps, 1 goal)
  • International honours: Made 7 appearances for England U21 between 1990 and 1992, scoring 2 goals.

CARL JONES

  • Sunderland SFA, DCSFA U16s: 2002-03
  • Hartlepool United 2005-2007 (2 apps, 0 goals)

GORDON JONES

  • Stockton SFA
  • His omission from the DCSFA U15 squad because he "wasn't big enough to play" caused the Stockton Schools' Chairman to offer his resignation to the County officials.
  • Middlesbrough 1960-1973 (530 apps, 5 goals)
  • Darlington 1973-1975 (89 apps, 5 goals)

JOE JOYCE

  • Stanley SFA, DCSFA U19s: 1977-78 and 1978-79
  • Barnsley 1979-1991 (388 apps, 6 goals)
  • Scunthorpe United 1991-1993 (107 apps, 2 goals)
  • Carlisle United 1993-1998 (70 apps, 1 goal)
  • Darlington (loan) 1993-1994 (4 apps, 0 goals)

JOHN KAY

  • Chester-le-Street SFA, DCSFA U15s: 1978-79; DCSFA U19s: 1979-80
  • Arsenal 1981-1984 (14 apps, 0 goals)
  • Wimbledon 1984-1987 (70 apps, 2 goals)
  • Middlesbrough (loan) 1985 (8 apps, 0 goals)
  • Sunderland 1987-1996 (239 apps, 0 goals)
  • Shrewsbury Town (loan) 1996 (8 apps, 0 goals)
  • Preston North End 1996 (10 apps, 0 goals)
  • Scarborough 1996-1999 (105 apps, 1 goal)

HOWARD KENDALL

  • Chester-le-Street SFA, DCSFA U15s: 1960-61
  • Preston North End 1963-1967 (124 apps, 15 goals)
  • Everton 1967-1974 (270 apps, 30 goals) - Winners of Division 1 in 1969-70
  • Birmingham City 1974-1977 (134 apps, 18 goals)
  • Stoke City 1977-1979 (91 apps, 10 goals)
  • Blackburn Rovers 1979-1981 (player/manager 96 apps, 7 goals)
  • Everton 1981-1982 (player/manager 6 apps, 0 goals)
  • International honours: Played for ESFA U15s in 1960-61 against Wales. England U23s -- 6 appearances.
  • Management
  • Retired as a player but continued as manager of Everton until 1987. In this period Everton won the League Championship on 2 occasions (1984-85 and 1986-87), FA Cup (1983-84), European Cup Winners' Cup (1984-85) and FA Charity Shield (1984-85, 1985-86, 1986-87). In 1984-85 and 1986-87 voted Manager of the Year. He managed Everton for two further spells; 1990-93 and 1997-98.
  • Athletic Bilbao (1987-89)
  • Manchester City (1989-90)
  • Xanthi (1994)
  • Notts County (1995)
  • Sheffield United (1995-97)
  • Ethnikos Piraeus (1998-99)

PAUL KITSON

  • East Durham SFA, DCSFA U15s: 1985-86
  • Leicester City 1988-1992 (62 apps, 11 goals)
  • Derby County 1992-1994 (131 apps, 49 goals)
  • Newcastle United 1994-1997 (49 apps, 14 goals)
  • West Ham United 1997-2002 (81 apps, 22 goals)
  • Charlton Athletic (loan) 2000 (6 apps, 1 goal)
  • Crystal Palace (loan) 2000 (4 apps, 0 goals)
  • Brighton 2002-2003 (10 apps, 2 goals)
  • Rushden & Diamonds 2003-2004 (30 apps, 5 goals)
  • International honours: Made 7 appearances for England U21s and scored 3 goals

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