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Past Players (PQ)

Stephen Pears Carl Pepper Tom Phillipson Tony Philliskirk
Richie Pitt Gary Porter Charlotte Potts David Preece
Michael Proctor Charlotte Proud Mark Prudhoe

ROBERT "Bob" PAISLEY OBE

  • Lambton & Hetton SFA, DCSFA U15s: 1932-33
  • Bob joined Liverpool in 1939 but because of World War II he did not make his debut until 1946.
  • Liverpool 1946-1954 (277 apps, 12 goals) -- First Division Championship winning medal in 1946-47
  • In 1959, when Bill Shankly was appointed manager, Paisley became a member of the fabled Liverpool 'Boot Room'.
  • Management
  • When Bill Shankly retired in 1974 Bob took over as manager of Liverpool.
  • Between 1974 and 1983 Bob guided Liverpool to 6 League titles, 3 European Cups, 1 UEFA Cup, 3 League Cups, 5 Community Shields and 1 UEFA Super Cup.
  • Was awarded Manager of the Year on 6 occasions.

MARK PATTERSON

  • Derwentside SFA, DCSFA U15s: 1993-94
  • Queen of the South 2001 (3 apps, 0 goals)

AYNSLEY PEARS

  • Bishop Auckland SFA, DCSFA U16s: 2013-14
  • Son of Stephen Pears
  • International honours: England U19s in 2016

STEPHEN PEARS

  • Durham City SFA, DCSFA U15s: 1975-76 and 1976-77
  • Father of Aynsley Pears
  • Manchester United 1979-1985 (5 apps)
  • Middlesbrough (loan) 1983 and 1985-1995 (424 apps) -- Member of Boro's 1987-88 promotion team to Division One.
  • Liverpool 1995-1996 (0 apps) -- Signed to provide goalkeeping cover.
  • Hartlepool United 1996-1998 (18 apps)

CARL PEPPER

  • Darlington SFA, DCSFA U15s: 1994-95; DCSFA U16s: 1995-96
  • Darlington 1998-2000 (10 apps, 0 goals)

THOMAS "Tom" PHILLIPSON

  • Emmaville School, DCSFA U15s: 1911-12 and 1912-13
  • Newcastle United 1919-1921 (15 apps, 4 goals)
  • Swindon Town 1921-23 (91 apps, 24 goals)
  • Wolverhampton Wanderers 1923-1928 (159 apps, 111 goals) - Wolves were winners of the 1923 Third Division at the first attempt. In 1926-27 Phillipson scored in 13 consecutive league games, a Football League record.
  • Sheffield United 1928-1930 (59 apps, 26 goals)
  • Walsall 1931-1932 (7 apps, 3 goals)
  • International honours: ESFA U15s -- 2 apps in 1912-1913

TONY PHILLISKIRK

  • Sunderland SFA, DCSFA U19s: 1982-83
  • Sheffield United 1983-1988 (93 apps, 21 goals)
  • Rotherham United (loan) 1986 (6 apps, 1 goal)
  • Oldam Athletic 1988-1989 (13 apps, 2 goal)
  • Preston North End 1989 (14 apps, 6 goals)
  • Bolton Wanderers 1989-1992 (182 apps, 76 goals)
  • Peterborough United 1994-1994 (51 apps, 18 goals)
  • Burnley 1994-1995 (45 apps, 9 goals)
  • Carlisle United (loan) 1995 (3 apps, 1 goal)
  • Cardiff City 1995-1998 (68 apps, 5 goals)
  • Macclesfield Town (loan) 1998 (10 apps, 1 goal)
  • International honours: ESFA U18s in 1983 (2 apps). England U18 Boys Clubs.

RICHIE PITT

  • Seaham SFA, DCSFA U15s:
  • Sunderland 1969-1973 (145 apps, 7 goals) -- FA Cup winner with 2nd Division Sunderland in 1973 when they beat Leeds United of the 1st Division 1-0. Forced to retire through injury in 1975.
  • International honours: ESFA U15s -- Made 6 appearances in 1966-67. ESFA U18s in 1967-68.

GARY PORTER

  • Sunderland SFA, DCSFA U15s: 1980-81
  • Watford 1984-1997 (471 apps, 56 goals)
  • Walsall 1997-1998 (44 apps, 1 goal)
  • Scarborough 1998-1999 (13 apps, 0 goals)
  • Boston United 1999-2000 (7 apps, 0 goals)
  • International honours: Between 1987 and 1988 Gary made 12 appearances for England U21 and scored 1 goal.

CHARLOTTE POTTS

  • Heworth Grange School, DCSFA U16 Girls: 2009-10 and 2010-11
  • Sunderland WFC 2010-2011; 2014-2016

DAVID PREECE

  • Sunderland SFA, DCSFA U15s: 1990-91; DCSFA U19s: 1991-92
  • Darlington 1997-1998 (107 apps)
  • Aberdeen 1999-2005 (106 apps)
  • Silkeborg IF 2005-2008 (74 apps)
  • OB Odense 2008-2009
  • Barnsley 2009-2012 (8 apps)
  • Keflavik¬†(Iceland)¬†2013 (9 apps)

MICHAEL PROCTOR

  • Sunderland SFA, DCSFA U16s: 1996-97
  • Sunderland 1998-2004 (47 apps, 5 goals)
  • Halifax Town (loan) 2001 (12 apps, 4 goals)
  • York City (loan) 2001 (49 apps, 14 goals)
  • Bradford City 2002 (12 apps, 4 goals)
  • Doncaster Rovers (loan)1986 (5 apps)
  • Rotherham United 2004-2005 (48 apps, 8 goals)
  • Swindon Town (loan) 2005 (4 apps, 2 goals)
  • Hartlepool United 2005-2006 (32 apps, 7 goals)
  • Wrexham (loan) 2007 (9 apps, 2 goals)

CHARLOTTE PROUD

  • St John's RC, Bishop Auckland, DCSFA U16 Girls: 2008-09 and 2009-10
  • Sunderland WFC 2010-11

MARK PRUDHOE

  • DCSFA U19s: 1979-80
  • Sunderland 1981-1984 (7 apps)
  • Hartlepool United (loan) 1983 (3 apps)
  • Birmingham City 1984-1986 (5 apps)
  • Walsall 1986 (31 apps)
  • Doncaster Rovers (loan) 1986 (5 apps)
  • Grimsby Town (loan) 1987 (8 apps)
  • Hartlepool United (loan) 1987 (13 apps)
  • Bristol City (loan) 1987 (5 apps)
  • Carlisle United 1987-1989 (36 apps)
  • Darlington 1989-1993 (169 apps) -- Division 4 winners medal when promoted to Division 3 as champions in 1990-91
  • Stoke City 1993-1997 (101 apps)
  • Peterborough United (loan) 1994 (6 apps)
  • York City (loan) 1997 (2 apps)
  • Bradford City 1997-1999 (9 apps)
  • Southend United 1999-2000 (6 apps)

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