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Past Players (S)

Jill Scott Jimmy Shoulder Steve Simonsen Peter Simpson
Darren Slater Tony Smith Malcolm Smith Martin Smith
Keith Southern Alan Spence Frank Spraggon Johnny Spuhler
John Sproates Graham Stokoe Peter Stronach Colin Suggett
Mark Summerbell

JAMES "Jimmy" SCOTT

  • Lambton & Hetton SFA, DCSFA U15s: 1948-49 and 1949-50
  • Burnley 1955-1961 (5 apps, 0 goals)
  • Oldham Athletic 1961-1963 (88 apps, 0 goals)
  • International honours: ESFA U15s: 4 appearances in 1950

JILL SCOTT

  • Monkwearmouth Comprehensive School, DCSFA U16 Girls: 2000-01, 2001-02 and 2002-03
  • Captained DCSFA U16 Girls in 2002-03
  • Sunderland WFC
  • Everton Ladies 2006 to present -- In 2007-2008 was the FA Players' Player of the Year and member of Everton's FA Women's Premier League Cup winning team in 2008 and an FA Women's Cup winner in 2010.
  • International honours: England U17s and U19s. England Women: Jill currently has 70 caps, scoring 12 goals. She was a member of the England squad that reached the final of the 2009 UEFA Women's European Championship in Finland. She scored the winning goal against Holland that secured England's place in the final of the competition. Played in the 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup. FA International Player of the Year in 2011.
  • Played 5 matches for Team GB. Played 4 games in the 2012 London Olympics and scored 1 goal

JIMMY SHOULDER

  • Sunderland SFA, DCSFA U15s: 1961-62
  • Sunderland 1967 (3 apps, 0 goals)
  • Hartlepool United 1973-1975 (76 apps, 3 goals)
  • Management
  • At the end of his playing career Jimmy became heavily involved in coaching. He was a coach at Sunderland , Darlington, Swindon Town and also Academy Director at Sheffield Wednesday. A spell in Australia saw him National Team Manager and the chief football coach at the National Institute for Sport. For 10 years Jimmy was the Welsh FA Technical Director and was the Welsh U21 team manager for 12 years. He also spent 1 year in Singapore working for FIFA.

STEVE SIMONSEN

  • South Tyneside SFA, DCSFA U15s: 1993-94
  • Tranmere Rovers 1997-1998 (42 apps)
  • Everton 1998-2004 (37 apps)
  • Stoke City 2004-2010 (187 apps) -- Member of the squad promoted to the Premier League in 2008
  • Sheffield United (loan) 2010 and 2010-2012 (108 app)
  • Preston North End 2012-2013 (17 apps)
  • Dundee (loan) 2013 (8 apps)
  • International honours: England Youth; England U21s (4 apps)

PETER SIMPSON

  • Sunderland SFA, DCSFA U15s: 1955-56
  • Burnley 1961-1962 (3 apps, 0 goals)
  • Bury 1963-1964 (5 apps, 0 goals)

DARREN SLATER

  • Bishop Auckland SFA, DCSFA U15s: 1993-94
  • Hartlepool United 1996 (1 app, 0 goals)

ANTHONY "Tony" SMITH

  • Sunderland Bede Grammar School, DCSFA U19s: 1973-74 and 1974-75
  • Newcastle United 1975-1979 (3 apps, 0 goals)
  • Peterborough United 1979-1982 (76 apps, 5 goals)
  • Halifax Town 1982-1984 (91 apps, 3 goals)
  • Hartlepool United 1984-1989 (233 apps, 10 goals)
  • International honours: ESFA U18s in 1975 (2 apps)

MALCOLM SMITH

  • Spennymoor SFA, DCSFA U15s: 1968-69
  • Middlesbrough 1971-1975 (68 apps, 13 goals)
  • Bury (loan) 1975 (5 apps, 1 goals)
  • Blackpool (loan) 1976 (8 apps, 5 goals)
  • Burnley 1976-1980 (102 apps, 20 goals)
  • York City 1980-1982 (39 apps, 6 goals)

MARTIN SMITH

  • Sunderland SFA, DCSFA U15s: 1989-90
  • Sunderland 1992-1999 (145 apps, 28 goals) -- Division 1 championship winner in 1996
  • Sheffield United 1999-2000 (33 apps, 15 goals)
  • Huddersfield Town 2000-2003 (84 apps, 29 goals)
  • Northampton Town 2003-2006 (125 apps, 29 goals)
  • Darlington 2006-2008 (42 apps, 10 goals)
  • International honours: ESFA U15s in 1989-90 (8 apps); England Youth; England U21s -- 1 cap in 1999.

KEITH SOUTHERN

  • Gateshead SFA, DCSFA U16s: 1996-97
  • Blackpool (loan) 2002 and 2002-present (375 apps, 33 goals) -- Member of the Blackpool squad promoted to the Premiership in 2010 by beating Nottingham Forest in the Championship play-off. League 1 playoff winner in 2006-07. Blackpool Player of the Year in 2003-04.
  • Huddersfield Town 2012-2013 (30 apps 1 goal)

ALAN SPENCE

  • DCSFA U15s:
  • Sunderland 1957 (5 apps, 1 goal)
  • Darlington 1960-1962 (25 apps, 11 goals)
  • Southport 1962-1968 (255 apps, 108 goals) -- Promoted to Division Three in 1966.
  • Oldham Athletic 1968-1969 (28 apps, 13 goals)
  • Chester 1969 (11 apps, 2 goals)
  • International honours: England Youth in 1958

FRANK SPRAGGON

  • West Stanley SFA, DCSFA U15s: 1960-61
  • Middlesbrough 1963-1975 (331 apps, 3 goal)
  • Minnesota Kicks
  • Hartlepool United 1976 (1 app, 0 goals)

JOHNNY SPUHLER

  • Sunderland SFA, DCSFA U15s: 1930-31 and 1931-32
  • Sunderland 1937-1938 (36 apps, 4 goals)
  • Middlesbrough 1946-1954 (241 apps, 81 goals)
  • Darlington 1954-1956 (74 apps, 21 goals)
  • International honours: ESFA U15s: 1931-32 (2 apps)
  • Management
  • Shrewsbury Town 1958

JOHN SPROATES

  • Lambton & Hetton SFA, DCSFA U15s: 1957-58
  • Barnsley 1963 (2 apps, 0 goals)

GRAHAM STOKOE

  • Chester-le-Street SFA, DCSFA U15s: 1990-91
  • Stoke City 1994-1998 (2 apps, 0 goals)
  • Hartlepool United (loan) 1996 and 1998-1999 (29 apps, 0 goals)

PETER STRONACH

  • Sunderland SFA, DCSFA U15s: 1970-71 and 1971-72
  • Sunderland 1977-1978 (3 apps, 0 goals) - Serious injuries thwarted his career at Sunderland.
  • York City 1978-1980 (38 apps, 2 goals)
  • International honours: ESFA U15s in 1971-72 (8 apps)

COLIN SUGGETT

  • Chester-le-Street SFA, DCSFA U15s: 1962-63 and 1963-64
  • Sunderland 1966-1969 (93 apps, 25 goals)
  • West Bromwich Albion 1969-1973 (128 apps, 20 goals)
  • Norwich City 1973-1978 (203 apps, 21 goals) -- Gained promotion to Division 1 with Norwich in 1974-75
  • Newcastle United 1978-1981 (24 apps, 0 goals)
  • Played in 2 League Cups Final (WBA in 1970 and Norwich in 1975)
  • International honours: ESFA U15s: 6 appearances (1963-64); England Youth (1967)
  • Management
  • At Newcastle, at the end of his playing career, Colin became Youth team coach, 1st team coach and during 1988 was caretaker manager. In 1995 Colin moved to Ipswich Town where he was Director of Coaching then Chief Scout.

MARK SUMMERBELL

  • Chester-le-Street SFA, DCSFA U15s: 1991-92
  • Middlesbrough 1995-2002 (58 apps, 4 goals)
  • Bristol City (loan) 2001 (5 apps, 0 goals)
  • Portsmouth (loan) 2002 (5 apps, 0 goals)
  • Carlisle United 2002-2004 (53 apps, 1 goals)

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