Andy Kuehl

Solid full back who joined the club in 2010-11 season and established himself in the Seconds. Made his First Team debut v South Manchester at home in a 7-1 win on 30.4.11. Thirds Players' Player of the Year 2012-13.

Andy McFall

 

Goalkeeper, good shot stopper, who came through Mellor's junior ranks. Made his debut for Mellor Reserves in 2012-13 season. But he has also played for the Firsts.

Chris Millward

Striker who joined Mellor in 2012-13 and plays for the Fourths.Scorer of some spectacular goals.

Joe Maloney

Midfielder who joined Mellor FC in 2011-12 season, playing mainly for the Seconds.

 

Matt Mills

Striker who joined Mellor at the start of the 2011-12 season, beginning in the Fourths. He has also featured for the Third Team.

Simon Moores

Joined in 2011-12 season, as a striker. He began in the Fourths but later moved up to the Thirds.

Marcus McNulty

Joined Mellor at the start of the 2011-12 season. Midfielder who scored one of the goals of the season from 25 yards against Irlam Steel in October 2011 for the Thirds. Brother of Matt.

Fred Keyte

Jack Kuehl

Full back who joined Mellor at the end of the 2009-10 season. He has featured in the Third Team.

Danny Mather

 

Joined Mellor at the start of the 2009-10 season and began his Mellor career in the Second Team.

Steve King

Flank player who joined Mellor in 2010 and has played in the First and Second teams

Ed Mallinson

Mat Molden

Joined Mellor in 2010-11 season, producing excellent performances for the Thirds and helping them to a Whitehead Cup Final. Made his First Team debut as a sub v South Manchester at home in a 7-1 win on 30.4.11. A member of the Thirds' Whitehead Cup winning side in May 2011, he scored the opener and was Man of the Match.

Rob Mills

Joined Mellor in January 2008 and made his debut for the Fourths against Burnage Metro on 2.2.08, claiming a Man of the Match accolade. Plays in central midfield or up front. Strong tackler, he also has a powerful shot.

Jamie McGregor

Fourth team keeper but always destined to go higher. He joinedthe club in 2008-09 season. A member of the team's Hellawell Shield Final team in April 2010, he was Man of the Match for Mellor. Studied law at Sheffield University. He broke into the First team in 2013-14 and established himself as first choice keeper. A member of the Stockport Senior Cup winning squad of 2014.

Danny Leibrick

Joined Mellor in October 2009 and made his debut for the Firsts on 10.10.09 coming on as a sub in the 3-0 home win against Old Trafford. Quick, tricky flank player, often a matrch winner. DoB 24.3.88

Cameron Manning

Joined Mellor in July 2009. A left back, he has previously been at Macclesfield and Woodley.

Witold 'Bully' Kovriegie

Joined Mellor at the start of the 2010-11 season, playing up front for the Fourths.

Dec McManus

 

A member of the Whitehead Cup winning side of 2008-09.

Seb Mather

Joined Mellor early in 2009. Made his debut for the Fourths in defence.

Luke Mather

Joined Mellor early in 2009. Made his debut for the Fourths up front.

Jack Kelly

Under 17s striker who made his Mellor senior debut for the Fourths in a 1-2 defeat at Old Chorltonians in November 2006. A member of the Stockport Senior Cup winning squad of 2014.

John Mead

Central midfielder who joined Mellor in January 2008 and made his debut for the Fourths away at Old Ashtonians in a 1-2 defeat. Scored twice in a 3-2 home win on his debut for the Seconds in January 2008. Promoted to the Firsts and starred in his debut game in a 5-0 win over South Manchester at Wood Lane.

Dave Kerfoot

 

Joined Mellor in October 2006 and played in the Second and Fourth Teams.

Joe Kirkman

Defender who has played for the Thirds, Fourths and Fifths. At the start of 2007-08 season he became the full time keeper fort the Fifths after filling in for the second match. Between the sticks Joe has found his calling. Superb shot stopper and not scared to come off his line and tackle a man (Presumably because he was once a fullback!) Nickname Joe.

Chris Knott

Once a robust centre-back or midfielder who has also been known to play in goal, Knotty has re-invented himself in 2006-07 as a striker. Scored a wonder goal against Old Ashtonians in Brabyns for the Fifths in September 2006. He took over the running of the third team in 2001-2002 and won the Philip Hambleton Trophy for special efforts on the club's behalf in May 2002. Famous for his "Not the Mellor FC Awards" on presentation night. He also fortune tells under the pseudonym of "The Oracle". Sells cars for a living, in fact it's said he's Arthur Daley's lovechild. Nickname: Knotty. DoB 2.12.77

 

 

Joel Lawton

 

Neat and tidy player who has appeared regularly in the third and fourth teams. He's particularly good in the air. Some people have compared him facially to the Viz character Roger Mellie (the man on the telly). Moved up to the third team in 2004-05. Nickname: Joel DoB 27.3.87

Martin Lipa

Excellent goalkeeper who arrived from Slovakia and joined the club early in 2007, playing for the Fifths. Very agile and a brilliant shot stopper. Left Mellor FC to play for FC United. Has his own goalie kit with the number 99 on the back.

Matt Lloyd

Initially the Fifth Team keeper. He has progressed through the teams and made his First Team debut in a friendly against Glossop in July 2007. In season 2007-08 he played mostly in the Seconds. An excellent shot-stopper who is also not afraid to come and catch the ball under pressure.

Jamie Longson

 

First team defender. Quick, leggy and good in the air. Wears strange bandanas to training. Maybe he has a part in the Pirates of Penzance. Chosen as Ryan Giggs' body double in a TV commercial in April 2006. Nickname: Longshanks. DoB 17.9.82

 

Rob MacInnes

 

Midfielder who joined Mellor in December 2005 and made his debut for the Fourth Team in a 1-1 draw at home to Irlam Steel in January 2006. Played previously at Glossop North End. After scoring, he broke his ankle in a 4-0 thrashing of Old Ashtonians by the Fifth Team in September 2006. A Manchester United fan. DoB 4.3.88

Matt McNulty

Joined Mellor in November 2006. Played in the Fourth's Hellawell Shield Final team in April 2010. A member of the Thirds' Whitehead Cup winning side in May 2011. Third Team Player of the Year 2011. A professional photographer.

Tom Markowicz

 

Dave Moss

Experienced midfielder, ex Grove Utd, Abbey Hey, Curzon Ashton and Mossley who made his First Team debut in a 2-1 home win against Newton Heath in August 2006. First Team Player of the Year in 2007-08 after reverting to defensive duties and proving a steadying influence. He took over as manager of the Seconds in 2013-14 season.

Paul Marsden

Joined Mellor in the summer of 2005, making his debut in open age football. DoB 15.8.89

Phil McGreal

Cunning striker who can score goals or set up colleagues. Played mainly in the second team until a loss of fitness early in the 2002-2003 season. But he worked hard and won his place back. Work commitments took a toll and in 2003-04 he played mainly played for the fourths. In 2004-05 he supported Ryan Yates and his touchline help and dressing room banter was a big factor in the side's championship win. Nickname: Tupper after comic character Alf Tupper because of his penchant for eating (burgers or chocolate bars) just before a game. Notorious dressing room joker. Won the Philip Hambleton Trophy for execptional work on the club's behalf in 2004-2005. He took over as Fourth Team manager in September 2005. His uncanny Dale Winton impression wowed the audience at Mellor's dinner dance in May 2006. In 2006-07 season he became joint manager of the Thirds with Mark Simms. In 2010-11 he became assistant First Team manager and took over as caretaker when ill health and business commitments sidelined Si Dalby. DoB 19.9.73

 

 

Si Meats

Tough tackling, brave, full-back or central defender. Formerly a first team squad member but work patterns limited his appearances. In 2003-04 and 2004-05 he played - irregularly - for the second team. In 2007 he clocked up 10 years with Mellor FC and now plays for the Thirds. Players' Player of the Year for the Thirds in 2007-08. A member of the Whitehead Cup winning side of 2008-09. Nickname: Meatsy or Meathead. DoB 20.7.72

 

 

 

 

 

Kevin Murray

 

Joined Mellor in October 2004 and scored on his second team debut, coming on as a sub against Cheadle Hulme. An ex-Disley player he's a bustling centre-forward who causes problems for defenders, especially in the air. Needs to work on holding the ball up better but a potent threat. Joint leading goalscorer for the Second Team in 2005-06. DoB 9.2.82

Rick Monton

Joined Mellor in 2005-06 originally as part of a group of lads attending Thursday night training. He later became part of the newly formed Fifth Team. Fifth Team Players' Player of the Year in 2006-07. A member of the Whitehead Cup winning side of 2008-09.

Anthony Mullen

Defender or midfielder with good technique and awareness. Probably needs to build up his fitness. Plays in the third or fourth team, often at full back. An excellent musician too. Nickname: Mullen or Buttocks. DoB 18.4.80

 

 

Gareth Murphy

Signed for Mellor September 2003, he made his debut at right-back for the second team in a friendly against Marfoam and impressed by handling experienced opponents. In the season proper he has become a stalwart of the third team. So enthusiastic he says he can play anywhere. One for the future. Named Player of the Year for the third team in 2003-04 and also picked up a trophy for Goal of the Season. In season 2005-06 he established himself as the Second Team's first choice right-back. Nickname: Gaz DoB 20.10.84

 

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