First name
Surname
Apps
Goals
Pen Picture
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Mabberley
4
2
Played for City during the 1921-22 season.
Ray
Mabbutt
113
5
Bristol Rovers legend Ray spent 12 seasons with the Pirates - making nearly 400 appearances. He began his career with his home town Aylesbury United, then Oxford City before joining Rovers in August 1956. Moved on to Newport County in September 1969 where he played two seasons then dropped into non-league football with Trowbridge Town. Joined City during the 1972 close season, where his 14-year old son Kevin was part of the youth squad. He played over 100 games in the next two seasons at Twerton Park before becoming Clevedon Town's first paid player early in the 1974-75 season.
David
MacDonald
13
0
David was a young Scottish goalkeeper who had made over 30 appearances for Crystal Palace having joined the Eagles from Dundee Violet. He signed for City during the 1955-56 season.
Ian
MacFarlane
330
4
A Lanark-born full-back who had played for Aberdeen and Chelsea, Ian signed for City in July 1959 from Leicester City. Spent eight seasons with the club and briefly became part of a three-man management committee during the 1966-67 season alongside Trefor Owens and Ted Dransfield. Retired from playing in March 1967 to become a coach at Sheffield Wednesday. Went on to manage with Carlisle United in the early 1970's and caretaker spells at Sunderland and Leicester City.
John
MacFarlane
49
7
John was a vastly experienced inside-forward whose long career had seen him play for Aberdeen and Liverpool. He was born in the Shettleston suburb of Glasgow, beginning his career with now defunct side Shawfield Juniors. Moved into professional football with the Dons before spending three seasons at Anfield. Went on to play for Halifax Town, Northampton Town, Kidderminster Harriers, Darlington and Worcester City. He played one season with City just before World War II.
William
MacGregor
n/a
0
William joined the club from Avonmouth in 1906.
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Mack
1
0
Played for City during the 1923-24 season.
Bob
MacKay
82
5
Former Glasgow Rangers midfielder joined City during the 1979-80 season when he moved to Bath to work for the Admiralty. He made over 80 appearances for the club before being released early in the 1982-83 season.
Graham
MacLean
33
7
Canadian born centre-forward Graham came up through the ranks at Twerton Park after joining the youth team in 1999. Twenty plus goals at that level soon pushed him to the fringes of the first team. An impressive pre-season and start to the 2000-01 season followed but he soon found his opportunities limited and made a surprise move to Clevedon Town in February 2001. Returned to City five months later only for a knee injury to sideline him for most of that season. Was given the chance to earn a contract in the summer of 2002 but choose to join Paulton Rovers.
Jeff
MacLean
10
0
Midfielder Jeff is the older brother of Graham and joined his sibling at Twerton Park for a couple of months during the 2001-02 season. Had previously played for Yeovil Town and Backwell, under then City boss Alan Pridham, before joining League of Wales side Barry Town from where he switched to City. Ten unremarkable appearances followed before he was released.
Lee
Maddison
4
0
When Lee returned to Bristol Rovers after spending an impressive month on loan with City, manager Tony Ricketts said, "... I am sure he will get his chance in the Football League." Showing what a shrewd judge Ricko was the left-sided defender went on to make over 300 league appearances for Rovers, Northampton, Dundee, Carlisle, Oxford United and Gretna.
Mark
Madge
12
0
A summer signing from Mangotsfield United full-back Mark made a dozen appearances before becoming another victim of City revolving door transfer policy during the difficult 1996-97 season.
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Maggs
n/a
2
Played for City during the 1909-10 season.
Eric
Maggs
41
0
Eric made 41 appearances for City during three seasons with the club in the mid-1930's.
Percy
Maggs
2
0
Goalkeeper Percy made a couple of appearances for City in the late 1920's. He went on to spend two seasons playing in the 1st Division for Aston Villa and Blackpool before joining Torquay United, where he played nearly 300 games.
Aiden
Maher
58
3
A Liverpool-born and former England Schoolboy international Aiden joined City from Tranmere Rovers in June 1972. The winger had made a single appearance for Everton at the start of his career before spending three seasons with Plymouth Argyle. He only missed a handful of games during the 1972-73 season but left the club before the start of the next campaign.
P
Maker
1
0
Played for City during the 1912-13 season.
Mike
Malpas
36
1
Defender Mike had played for both Bristol clubs before joining City from Rovers in July 1979. He spent one season at Twerton Park then joined Frome Town. He went on to play for Forest Green Rovers and Gloucester City.
Adrian
Mann
4
0
Striker Adi signed on loan from Northampton Town in September 1987 but after being substituted in the final two of his four outings returned to his home town club. Eventually made approaching 100 appearances for the Cobblers before moving onto Newport County, Wycombe Wanderers, Aylesbury United and Barnet.
Wilf
Manns
1
0
Wilf played for the club during the 1925-26 season.
George
March
138
4
George spent four seasons at Twerton Park between 1920 and 1924, making approaching 150 appearances.
Harry
Marden
1
0
A 19-year old who had played for Portsmouth's Combination side and represented Gloucestershire's county side joined City toward the end of the 1934-35 season but only played a single game.
Harry
Marks
n/a
12
An inside-forward who joined City midway through the 1906-07 season having been playing in a Wednesday League. Harry left to join Gainsborough Trinity toward the end of the 1907-08 season, but was soon back at the Belvoir Ground.
Paul
Marks
3
0
Paul played three games for City during the 1974-75 season.
Eric
Marsden
34
21
Experienced forward Eric was a summer signing in 1955. Having started his career with Winchester City he had gone on to play for Crystal Palace, Southend United and Shrewsbury Town. Spent just one season at Twerton Park before financial problems saw him released.
Ernie
Marshall
117
15
Former Sheffield United and Cardiff City wing-half joined City in February 1948 from Yeovil Town in a swap deal for Stan Merritt. Was then part of a second exchange deal in December 1951 moving to Trowbridge Town, with Ivor Compton heading in the other direction. Returned to Twerton Park on the admin staff in 1956 before resigning in January 1967.
Jock
Marshall
3
0
A centre-forward Jock made just three appearances for City at the start of the 1930-31 season before returning to his native Scotland. Was tragically killed in a motor accident a couple of years later.
Ronayne
Marsh-Brown
1
0
Much travelled left-sided midfielder Ronayne had a brief spell with City during the closing stages of the 2008-09 season. He had spent time at Dorchester Town earlier in the season and also named RKC Waalwijk, Welling United, Folkestone Invicta, Crawley Town, Ramsgate, Macclesfield Town, Maidenhead United and Fisher Athletic among his former clubs.
Gordon
Marshland
46
1
Central defender Gordon began his career with his home town club of Blackpool, but failed to made a first team start for the then 1st Division side. Had more success during four seasons with Carlisle United then joined Bristol Rovers in June 1969. Was sent out on loan to Crewe Alexandra and Oldham Athletic during the 1970-71 season before joining City in the summer of 1971.
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Martin
n/a
2
Played for City during the 1909-10 season.
Cyril
Martin
5
0
Cyril was a right-winger who signed for City from Bromley in March 1950. He had won amateur international honours and also a French championship medal with Olympique de Marseilles in a varied career.
Steve
Martin
4
0
Steve made four appearances for City during the 1974-75 season.
W
Martin
n/a
0
Played for City during the 1901-02 season.
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Maslen
1
0
Played for City during the 1937-38 season.
Johnny
Mason
12
2
Johnny made a dozen appearances for City during the 1949-50 season.
Alex
Masson
3
0
Youth team centre-back Alex made a single starting appearance for City against Bishop Sutton in the Somerset Premier Cup. Also made a couple of substitute outings, including one as a first half replacement for Colin Towler in the rather unfortunate 4-0 FA Cup defeat at Hendon. Left the area due to his studies at the end of the 1998-99 season and played for Bognor Regis for a while. Joined Havant & Waterlooville late in the 2001-02 season before moving onto Bognor Regis in 2004. Quit football in 2005 to become a full-time athlete.
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Masters
1
0
Played for City during the 1919-20 season.
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May
11
1
Played for City during the 1933-34 season.
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May
4
0
Played for City during the 1925-26 season.
Alan
McAninch
10
1
Alan played ten games for City during the 1970-71 season.
Ted
McArthur
50
11
Ex-Middlesbrough and Torquay United winger Ted was one of a number of players brought in by new manager Arthur Greaves during the summer of 1937 as he sought to build a side. He spent one season at Twerton Park before returning north of the border to play for Raith Rovers - the club he had begun his career with.
Brian
McAuley
275
0
Goalkeeper Brian made his first-team debut toward the end of the 1966-67 season and would go on to become a permanent fixture between the posts for the next five years, making 275 appearances..
Paul
McBride
1
0
Paul made a single first-tea outing for the club during the 1974-75 season.
Lee
McCarthy
1
0
As a half-time substitute against Worcester City in the November 1989 Clubcall Cup game, reserve midfielder Lee (Leighton?) briefly tasted the intoxicating brew of first team football.
Jim
McCartney
106
48
Jim was a young winger who signed from Swindon Town in the summer of 1931, having made 37 first team appearances for the Robins. He joined Wardley Welfare in Newcastle in May 1933, after scoring nearly 50 goals in just over 100 appearances. Moved onto Millwall a few months later.
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McClennan
1
0
Played for City during the first season following World War II.
Jack
McConan
11
10
Jack scored ten goals in just eleven games for City during the 1945-46 season.
Barry
McConnell
8
0
Midfielder Barry made eight fairly uneventful appearances during his month with City having been released by Exeter City. He had spent 10 years with the Devon side having joined them as a schoolboy in 1995. Suffered a broken leg during the 2004-05 season but was awarded a testimonial in October 2005 with a game against Charlton Athletic. Also had a loan spell with Weston Super Mare whilst with the Grecians, and went onto play for Tamworth, Forest Green Rovers and Tiverton Town after leaving City. Joined Truro City in June 2008.
Dave
McCulloch
108
88
Hamilton born international Dave began his career in Scotland before joining Brentford from Hearts in January 1935 for £5500. Spent three seasons with the Bees then switched to fellow 1st Division side Derby County. The centre-forward was part of City's League North Second Division Championship winning side in 1944 having been stationed in the area and when he was released by Leicester City in January 1946 he returned to Twerton Park. Scored 17 times that season and continued this form for the next two years. When he scored two goals in the opening two games of the 1949-50 season it looked as if he would become only the second player to score 100 goals for the club but a lucrative offer from Irish side Waterford Town to become player-secretary was too good to resist. He finished his career back in Scotland with Alloa Athletic.
A J
McCullough
7
0
Played for City during the 1927-28 and 1928-29 seasons.
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McDonoghue
n/a
0
Played for City during the 1903-04 season.
Jim
McDonough
20
5
Jim made 20 appearances for City in two seasons following World War II.
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McEvoy
1
0
Played for City during the first season following World War II.
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McGinity
n/a
2
Played for City during the 1909-10 season.
Jimmy
McInch
115
18
Jim was born in Glasgow in 1953 and started his career with Glasgow Amateurs. Joined Cardiff City as a 17-year old in August 1970 and spent three seasons with the Bluebirds without ever becoming a first-team regular - although he did play in the 1971 FA Youth Cup Final against Arsenal. The forward became one of new manager Bert Head's first signing when he arrived at Twerton Park in December 1972 on loan. Another loan spell followed during the 1974-75 season before he finally signed permanently for the club during the summer of 1975.
Justyn
McKay
25
1
Midfielder Justyn joined City in September 2007 having played for them during pre-season. He began as a trainee with Swindon Town before dropping into non-league football with Swindon Supermarine and Basingstoke Town. Was released at the end of the 2007-08 season and went travelling to Australia. On his return in October 2008 he rejoined Supermarine.
Mark
McKeever
76
10
Vastly experience Mark joined City during the 2006 close season from Weston Super Mare. In a long league career the Irish-born winger played for Norwich City, Peterborough United, Sheffield Wednesday, Bristol Rovers and Reading (loan), he was also capped by the Republic of Ireland at Under-18 level (12 caps) and by their Under-21s (4 caps). Spent three seasons at Weston after dropping into non-league football before joining City, where he set-piece delivery played a major part in the 2006-07 Southern League title success. A broken rib sidelined him for a spell during the 2007-08 season and he spent a time on loan at Mangotsfield United to regain fitness. Returned to Weston in March 2008 after being offered a role in their academy set-up but a knee injury forced a retirement from playing in August 2009.
Peter
McKelvaney
2
0
Striker Peter signed for City early in 1980 but only made a couple of appearances for the club.
J
McKendrick
n/a
0
Played for City during the 1903-04 season.
Bobby
McLaren
112
6
Bob was a 26-year old wing-half who moved from Scunthorpe United in the summer of 1955. Left to join his local club Barry Town for the 1956-57 season before returning to Twerton Park for a second spell a year later.
Steve
McLay
1
0
Reserve team midfielder Steve made a single substitute appearance in the Somerset Premier Cup quarter final defeat against Clevedon Town in February 2001.
Peter
McLean
43
1
Peter was a half-back who had spent four seasons with Reading before joining Exeter City in 1954. The Lochgelly-born 31 year old arrived at Twerton Park during the 1955 close season.
C
McLeod
42
0
Played for City during the 1946-47 and 1947-48 seasons.
Paul
McLoughlin
16
3
Signed on non-contract terms from Mansfield Town in July 1994 striker Paul missed just one of the opening 17 games of the season before announcing, the night before City played Altrincham, that he had signed for Weston Super Mare. Captained the Seagulls then moved on to Forest Green Rovers in June 1997. Had previously made over 200 League appearances for Bristol City and Cardiff City along with spells at Hereford United and Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Frank
McMahon
1
0
Frank was an experienced Irish born midfielder who joined City from Yeovil Town during the 1977-78 season for £7000. He had made around 100 league appearances with Lincoln City, Darlington and Hartlepool but after just 13 minutes of his debut for City he suffered a knee injury that would sideline him for 18 months. He attempted a comeback in the reserves early in the 1979-80 season but a recurrence of the problem forced him into retirement. Later that season he became the club's youth team manager.
John
McManus
15
3
John was a 1949 summer signing from Trowbridge Town. He moved onto Chippenham United a year later.
George
McMillan
80
27
Scottish born George had played for Rangers and Bradford City before joining City in September 1933. The Yorkshire side had wanted £500 for his services but Football League rules meant players could drop into non-league without a fee if they benefitted financially. When work took him to Lovells in Newport in 1935 he joined up with their Southern League side. He finished his career back in his native Scotland with Albion Rovers and East Stirlingshire.
Tim
McMullen
5
5
An army player who had moved to the Bath area to work for the Government, Tim played five games for City during the latter part of the 1936-37 season under the pseudonym A Newman.
Brian
McNeill
1
0
Brian made a single appearance for City during the 1982-83 season.
Jeff
Meacham
31
9
After a brief loan spell from Forest Green Rovers in November 1984 John was signed from Weymouth for £7000 in January 1989 although he didn't make his debut until the beginning of March due to a 28-day ban incurred while watching his brother play in a Sunday league game! The former Bristol Rovers striker had formed a prolific partnership with John Freegard at Trowbridge under then City manager Les Alderman but failed to reproduce this form at Twerton Park and after a frustrating nine months returned to Frome Road for an undisclosed fee. Now manager at Western League Brislington.
E
Meade
n/a
1
Played for City during the 1902-03 season.
Frank
Meadows
246
2
Frank was a wing-half who signed for City from Coventry City in July 1957. Had previously played for Rotherham United. After five seasons at Twerton Park, where he hardly missed a game, he was released and joined Barnstaple Town.
David
Mehew
37
8
Former Bristol Rovers - where he played over 200 games - striker 'Boris' had three spells with City. A brief loan period during the 1987-88 season was his first taste of the club before he returned for the closing months of the 1996-97 campaign where his impressive performances almost helped City retain their Conference place. By contrast his third spell, after being released by Forest Green, was to help the club maintain their, ultimately unsuccessful, promotion push. After this he played for a number of Bristol-based non-league clubs before becoming assistant to manager Frank Gregan at Weston Super Mare. He then switched to Gloucester City where he was made manager in June 2008.
Micky
Mellon
1
0
After beginning his career as a trainee with Bristol City midfielder Micky went on to play over 500 professional games for West Brom, Blackpool, Burnley and Tranmere. Before all this he joined City on loan from the Robins in December 1990 only to break his leg in his third outing at Yeovil Town on New Years Day. Left Tranmere in July 2004 and briefly signed for North West Counties League side Fleetwood Town but remained in the Football League with Kidderminster Harriers. When he left the Harriers in 2005 he had short spells with Witton Albion and Lancaster City, as player-assistant manager - the latter ending in acrimony over unpaid wages. Moved into coaching with Burnley's youth set-up after this before being named as Fleetwood's manager in October 2008.
FW
Melsome
n/a
0
Played for City during the 1903-04 season.
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Menefy
1
0
Played for City during the 1910-11 season.
John
Menham
31
0
John spent two seasons with City in the mid-1950's.
Geoff
Merrick
9
1
Geoff was one of the famous "Bristol City Eight" in the early 1980's. He had spent all his professional career at Ashton Gate, captaining the Robins to the 1st Division in the late 1970's. The tall central defender had turned down a possible move to Arsenal during this time but was finally left in 1982, tearing up his contract to ensure the club's continued existence. After a spell in Hong Kong with Carolina Hills he returned to train with City before the 1982-83 season. Initially he was banned due to taking part in a tour of South Africa but eventually played nine games, scoring once, before joining Minehead.
H S
Merrick
1
0
Played for City during the 1928-29 season.
Stan
Merritt
53
36
Stan was an inside-left who joined City in 1946 from Everton. Was surprisingly allowed to join rivals Yeovil Town in February 1948 in a swap for wing-half Ernie Marshall.
Marco
Micciche
10
0
Not the high profile Italian signing his name may suggest but a Bristol born midfielder who spent two injury blighted spells with City separated by five years with Clevedon Town. During the first spell he was restricted to just nine appearances but this was a massive success compared to the second where he made a single substitute outing against Newport County in the Dr Martens Cup. Although he did make a number of reserve appearances where he was sent off twice. Was previously a YTS trainee with Bristol Rovers. Eventually injuries forced him into retirement.
Ken
Michelson
34
0
Ken was a full-back who signed from Bristol City before the 1954-55 season.
Ray
Middleton
3
0
Ray was a centre-forward who had been with various league clubs without making the grade. The 29-year old joined City in June 1961 but again failed to settle, playing just three times.
Andy
Miles
2
0
Welsh born winger Andy made just two appearances for City during the 1985-86 season having joined from Welsh League side Ebbw Vale. He made a handful of league appearances for Newport County prior to this short spell. He rejoined Ebbw Vale and also went on to play for Merthyr Tydfil and Ton Pentre.
Charlie
Miles
69
9
Charlie played ay Twerton Park for three season between 1933 and 1936.
Kevin
Miles
6
0
Kevin played six times for City during the 1984-85 season.
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Milford
12
0
Played for City for four seasons in the late 1920's, early 1930's, although he only made a handful of first-team appearances each campaign.
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Millard
n/a
0
Played for City in their first ever season 1900-01.
Bobby
Millard
5
0
Bobby was signed as a replacement for West Ham bound Bert Hawkins in September 1951 but failed to make an impact at Twerton Park, having previously played for Walsall.
Steve
Millard
36
0
Steve is best known at Twerton Park for his spell as manager between July 1996 and April 1998, but he also played for the club in the 1973-74 season after signing from Taunton Town as a 22-year old. He also turned out for Trowbridge Town during his playing career before becoming player-coach at Forest Green Rovers when they won the FA Vase in 1982. Spells in charge at Forest Green and Gloucester City followed, then he became assistant manager at City in the mid 1990's. He took over from Tony Ricketts when he quit in July 1996 but couldn't prevent City being relegated back to the Southern League at the end of that season. Ill-health dogged his second season in charge at Twerton Park and he was relieved of his position in April 1998 whilst in hospital. He died of a heart attack in December 1999.
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Miller
6
1
Played for City during the 1910-11 season.
Fred
Miller
2
0
Fred made a couple of outings for City in the first season following the Second World War, having been part of the side that lifted the League North Second Division title and West Cup during the conflict.
HR
Miller
n/a
6
A member of the original Bath City FC, he played for the club for five seasons before joining Bristol City as an amateur in 1905.
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Mills
1
0
Played for City during the 1919-20 season.
Jamie
Mills
11
0
When midfielder Jamie was surprisingly released by Swindon Town he was quickly snapped up by City boss Alan Pridham. Impressed in pre-season but failed to carry this form into the real action and was shipped out on loan to Swindon Supermarine in October 2001 before signing permanently for Clevedon Town a month later.
Norman
Mills
71
23
Norman spent three seasons at Twerton Park shortly after World War II then moved on to Cheltenham Town.
Sean
Mills
9
1
Teenage midfielder Sean signed for City at the start of the 1987-88 season and made an immediate impact with a goal on his debut in the 1-1 draw with Cheltenham Town. This was as good as it got for the ex-Newport County player as he only occasionally featured for the first team, spending most of the time in the reserves, and he was released at the end of that season. He returned to Newport County - now a non-league club - and also played for Ebbw Vale.
Brian
Milsom
22
6
City Colts player Brian was signed on professional terms toward the end of the 1956-57 season. Had a brief spell with Nottingham Forest before returning to Twerton Park in the summer of 1960.
GJ
Milsom
n/a
0
Played for City during the 1903-04 season.
Paul
Milsom
78
10
Big striker Paul was signed for £3000 from Clevedon Town in the 2001 close season. Whilst never a prolific scorer his 100% approach made him a Twerton Park favourite. Prior to his three seasons with Clevedon he had played league football with Bristol City, Oxford United and Cardiff City. Dropped into non-league in 1997 with Trowbridge Town then Gloucester City. Was a target for a number of other sides early in the 2003-04 season before switching to Tiverton Town for an undisclosed fee believed to be in the region of £3000. Went on to play for Chippenham Town and Mangotsfield United, where he is now manager having initially taken over in a caretaker capacity in March 2008. Had to give up playing in July 2008 due to a heart condition.
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Milton
1
0
Played for City during the 1925-26 season.
Russell
Milton
51
3
Former Arsenal trainee Russell spent six seasons with Cheltenham Town between 1997 and 2003 where he played a major part in the Robins rise to the Football League. Also played in their 1998 FA Trophy victory before being released at the end of the 2002-03 season. Despite interest from several other clubs joined City and got off to a flying start with two goals against Weston Super Mare in his second match. However, was injured whilst celebrating the second and the rest of his time at Twerton Park was blighted with further injury problems. Took on a player-coach role during the 2004-05 season before being released at it's conclusion. Also played for Dover Athletic and had a spell in Hong Kong during his successful career.
Adie
Mings
195
36
Striker Adie has become something of a legend for almost every club he's played for and his time with City was no exception. One of the strongest, most physical players to pull on a City shirt he arrived from Chippenham Town in September 1990 and spent the next six seasons with the club. Unfortunately his style saw him frequently injured and in trouble with referees, although this was often due to his sheer strength rather than anything more malicious. Released at the end of the 1995-96 season due to financial constraints he joined Gloucester City. More recently he has had spells with Forest Green Rovers, Basingstoke Town and back at Chippenham, where he is now manager.
Matt
Minnis
1
0
Former youth team striker Matt made a single first team outing as a substitute in the 4-0 Somerset Premier Cup victory at Bishop Sutton in November 2005. Spent the majority of the 2005-06 season on loan at Melksham Town before joining Hellenic League side Trowbridge Town in July 2006, where he had previously played for their youth team.
Andy
Minturn
17
1
Midfielder Andy was one of a number of trialists offered deals during the 2002-03 close season. Had previously spent five years with Ryman League Hungerford Town before joining Cirencester Town in 1998. Secured a regular starting place in October 2002 but sustained an ankle injury that sidelined him for six weeks. Headed back to Cirencester on loan to regain fitness in January 2003 but never returned to Twerton Park. Suffered further injury problems at Cirencester and is currently playing for Cirencester United in the Hellenic League.
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Mitchell
n/a
1
Played for City during the 1901-02 season.
Bill
Mitchell
36
9
Ireland international Bill spent seven years with Chelsea in the 1930's having joined them from Disterilly for £2000 in June 1933. The tough-tackling midfielder made 117 appearances and scored three times for the Blues. He then spent a season with City following World War II after he was stationed in the area.
Bob
Mitchell
6
3
A summer signing in 1954 from Exeter City, Bob had previously played for Third Lanark and Dunfermline. The centre-forward netted three time in just six appearances for the club.
Fred
Mitchell
43
12
Fred spent two seasons with City just before the Second World War.
John
Mitten
38
19
An England Schoolboy and Youth international, John had a long and successful career in league football with Mansfield Town, Newcastle United, Leicester City, Coventry City, Plymouth Argyle and Exeter City. It was the final of these clubs from which he joined City in the summer of 1971. Moved on to Trowbridge Town a year later before ending his career with Sidmouth Town and Tiverton Town.
Dave
Mogg
515
0
City's record appearance holder first joined in July 1982 having begun his career with Swedish side Atridaberg and Bristol City. Was chosen ahead of Mike Hooper who only ended up at Liverpool! Missed just one game (Kettering in December 1985) during the next four and a half seasons. A dislocated shoulder in November 1987 saw the keeper lose his first team place and after a month on loan with Weymouth joined Cheltenham Town in February 1988 for £10K. Moved onto Gloucester City from where he re-joined City for his second spell in July 1992. The keeper showed an incredible level of consistency and was named player of the year for the next three seasons. Made his 500th appearance ironically against Kettering in August 1996 and then his final outing at Kidderminster four months later. Having lost his starting place to Mark Hervin he was released at the end of that season. Went onto play for Forest Green Rovers, Weston Super Mare and Mangotsfield United. More recently took over as caretaker manager at Yate Town and, despite failing to keep them in the Southern League Premier Division, was named permanent boss in May 2009.
Ray
Mogg
40
0
Ray spent three seasons with City between 1958 and 1961.
L
Monckton
1
0
Played for City during the 1920-21 season.
Grant
Monelle
4
0
18-year old centre-back Grant initially joined City from Bristol City on a work experience deal toward the end of the 2003-04 season, where he was named on the substitute bench five times without getting on the pitch. Was released by the Robins during the summer and signed on non-contract terms to remain at Twerton Park. Only made four outings before joining Clevedon Town on loan in October 2004 and remained at the Hand Stadium for the rest of the season.
Ernie
Moon
2
1
Ernie made a single first-team appearance in both the 1933-34 and 1934-35 seasons.
Ted
Moon
4
1
Ted played for City during the 1950-51 season.
Reinier
Moor
23
1
A Holland-born Irishman, Reinier, signed just before the start of the 2004-05 season on the back of a single pre-season appearance. Had been surprisingly released by Exeter City after three years with the Devon club having made 35 appearances for the Grecian, scoring six goals. Struggled to adapt to life in non-league football, scoring just a single goal for City, and was shipped out on loan to Clevedon Town in January 2005 never to return to Twerton Park. Joined Tiverton Town in July 2005 but was subsequently released.
Bill
Morgan
7
0
Bill played for City during the 1955-56 season.
Fred
Morgan
13
12
Fred (know as Jerry) joined City from Caerphilly in 1919, in a swap deal for Tremlett, to join his brother Jim who also played for the club. Moved onto Bristol Rovers - he had previously played for Bristol City prior to the 1st World War - during the 1920 close season. The inside-forward went on to make over 100 appearances for the Pirates before finishing his career in local Bristol League football.
George
Morgan
2
2
George netted two goals in as many games for City during the 1925-26 season.
Harry
Morgan
2
1
Harry played for City during the 1925-26 season.
Jim
Morgan
31
4
Jim played for City during the 1919-20 season alongside his brother Fred. He signed for Wolverhampton Wanderers in June 1920 but tragically killed himself the day before he was due to join the club, having suffered from problems since returning from the Great War.
Peter
Morgan
14
0
Cardiff-born defender began his career with his hometown club - making 16 appearances for the Bluebirds. He moved to Twerton Park for the 1973-74 season, playing 14 times, then joined Hereford United in August 1974. He went on to play for Newport County, Bridgend and Sully before another short spell with Cardiff in the early 1980's.
Tom
Morgan
1
0
Tom played for the club during the 1919-20 season.
G
Morley
n/a
0
Played for the club during the 1907-08 season.
Paul
Morrell
67
0
Teenage full-back Paul joined City in the second half of the 1979-80 season from his home town club, Poole Town. Spent 18 months at Twerton Park before Weymouth paid £5000 for his services in May 1981. Two years later he moved into league football with AFC Bournemouth, where he would spend ten seasons, making over 300 appearances. Played for Bashley and Salisbury in the latter stages of his career then went into management with Lymington & New Milton and Poole Town.
Clive
Morris
9
1
Clive played for City during the 1955-56 season.
Sam
Morris
17
0
Prescott-born wing-half began his career with his local side, Prescott Cables, before joining 1st Division Sunderland in 1928. He spent four seasons with the Blackcats then joined Charlton Athletic and Chester City, from where City signed him in June 1935.
A
Morse
1
0
Played for City during the 1931-32 season.
Stan
Mortensen
45
27
Footballing legend Stan first turned out for City as a guest player during the second half of World War II as he was training locally with the RAF. Made a couple of appearances for the club - netting a hat-trick against Yeovil & Petters United - at the start of the 1945-46 season, while still stationed in the area before returning to Blackpool. He spent 11 seasons with the North West club, where he earned 25 caps for England (scoring 23 goals), before playing for Hull City and Southport. In the summer of 1958 long-time friend, and City chairman, Arthur Mortimer, persuaded him to return to Twerton Park. He continued to live in Blackpool, training up there and travelling down to the West Country for matches. Left as agreed at the end of the season to finish his playing career at Lancaster City. He would return to Blackpool in 1967 as manager but failed to repeat the success he had had as a player.
Edward
Mortimer
3
0
Edwards played for City during the 1922-23 season.
Terry
Moss
26
0
Inside-left Terry made seven appearances for Swindon Town in the closing weeks of the 1955-56 season before joining City during the close season.
Roger
Mostyn
4
4
Striker Roger had spent three seasons with Wrexham, scoring four goals in 19 games, before joining City in 1973. He netted a goal a game during his four outings at Twerton Park. Went on to play for Western Suburb in Australia.
R
Mothersole
n/a
0
Joined City at the start of their second ever season in 1901 from Bath Banks FC.
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Mountain
1
0
Played for City during the 1921-22 season.
J
Mountfield
n/a
0
Played for City during the 1905-06 season.
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Mullins
2
1
Played for City during the 1912-13 season.
Jim
Mulvaney
33
0
A vastly experienced wing-half, who had played league football for Luton Town, Brighton & Hove Albion and Bradford City, 32-year old Jim joined City during the 1953 close season. Returned to the league with Halifax Town a year later before finishing his career in his native Scotland with Forfar Athletic.
A
Munday
25
23
An amateur player who scored an incredible 103 goals in just two seasons for City reserve side. When choosen for the first team he was no less prolific, scoring 23 times in just 25 appearances. However, with his first team opportunities quite limited he joined Street in July 1935.
Denny
Mundee
3
0
Experienced midfielder Denny (and, no, that's not a mis-type) joined City from Clevedon Town in the second half of the 1997-98 season. He began as a trainee with QPR before going on to make over 200 league appearances for Brighton, Brentford, Torquay, Bournemouth and Swindon Town. Failed to make an great impression at Twerton Park and was released at the end of the season.
Ian
Murphy
1
0
Amongst the list of players who have failed to manage even 90 minutes in a City shirt Liverpool born defender Ian rates high. He made his debut at Sittingbourne in February 1998 and lasted just 30 minutes before receiving a red card for a professional foul. From the resultant penalty the home side scored their fourth goal and the former Altrincham player never played for City again. Went on to play for Chippenham Town and was part of the side that lost in the 2000 FA Vase final.
John
Murphy
16
1
John was a giant centre-back who played league football for South Shields, Norwich City and Southend United before joining City in 1931. The Greenhead born player made 16 appearances for the club. He also played for Neward Town and Frost Athletic.
Ricky
Murphy
12
0
Ricky was a reserve team player who made a number of first-team appearance during his time at Twerton Park in the early 1980's.
Bob
Murray
30
3
Bob joined City from Manchester United before the 1938-39 season. The Scottish-born inside-forward had previously played for Heart of Midlothian. Was surprisingly allowed to join Colchester United midway through the campaign, although the club did cite financial reasons at the time.
Eddie
Murray
3
0
Midfielder Eddie was signed from Swindon Town in October 1996. He made three starting appearances but following a red card against Cheltenham Town in the FA Cup and a failure to turn up for training the following week he was released.
Bill
Mustard
14
5
South Shields born winger Bill played for City immediately after World War II before joining Exeter City in January 1946. He went on to play for Bideford Town.
Graham
Muxworthy
22
3
Bristol-born Graham had played for Bristol Rovers and Crystal Palace plus non-league sides Chippenham Town, Bridgwater Town and Glastonbury Town before joining City in July 1967. Was released in March 1968.