COMPLETE A-Z OF PLAYERS from 1919 to current

* Fagan to Fulham *

Name
Season
Apps
Gls
Biography Image
Fionan 'Paddy' Fagan
1963/64
3
0
Born in Dublin on 7th June 1931. Fionan "Paddy" Fagan was the son of Irish international and Shamrock Rovers outside-left John Fagan , Fionan Fagan started his career with Shamrock Rovers schoolboys and then Transport F.C., before signing for Hull City after Raich Carter brought him to England. He played 26 times for Hull, scoring 2 goals. He signed for Manchester City on Christmas Eve 1953 for £15,000, playing a reserve game on Christmas Day and making his first team debut on St Stephen's Day, a 2-1 win against Sheffield United at Maine Road. In his first season at Manchester City Fagan made only seven appearances, but in the 1954-55 season he became a first team regular, playing under the tactical system known as the Revie Plan. The 1954-55 season proved to be Fagan's most successful for Manchester City, playing 42 times and scoring 11 goals, including at hat-trick against Manchester United at Old Trafford, as City reached the 1955
FA Cup final. However, his Wembley appearance ended in a 3-1 defeat to Newcastle United. Manchester City reached the final again the following season, but Fagan did not play in the final, and missed out on a winners' medal. After continuing to play regularly for a further three seasons. Fagan lost his first team place to Colin Barlow in the 1959-60 season, and was transferred to Derby County for £8,000 in March 1960, after a total of 165 appearances and 35 goals for the Manchester club. Fagan was capped twice by the Irish national team while at City. The first of these international caps came on 7 November 1954 against Norway. Fagan played for Derby 24 times, scoring six goals, and while at Derby made a further six international appearances, in which he scored five goals. He subsequently played for a number of non-league clubs, including Northwich Victoria, Mossley, Ashton United and Altrincham, where he was player manager. After a knee ligament injury forced him to retire from football he became a driving instructor, and was a founder of the Manchester City Former Players Association in the early 1990s.

Jack Fairbrother
1925/26
2
0
Full back who made 2 Mossley appearances in th 1925/26 season.

Fairhurst
1945/46
13
0
Full back who made 13 Mossley appearances in th 1945/46 season.

Rory Fallon
2017/18
2
0
Born 3rd October 1990. Attacking midfielder Rory Fallon was signed from Curzon Ashton on dual registration forms in October 2017. He has an excellent non league pedigree having previously played for Witton Albion, Hyde United, Trafford, FC United of Manchester and Curzon Ashton.

Ben Fallows
2011/12
2012/13
15
0
Born on 13th February 1987. Ben Fallows is a strong and skilful left wing back signed in the close season of 2011 from Cheadle Town. Has also played for Woodley Sports. Released in November 2012.

Chris Farnell
1995/96
2
0
Signed from Lincoln United on trial making 2 appearances in the 1995/96 season.

Martin Farnworth
1985/86
1986/87
1987/88
56
4
Skilful and creative midfield player signed from Accrington Stanley. Became player-manager of Mossley's ill-fated reserve team of 1987-8. Transferred to Bacup Borough. Later assistant manager of Curzon Ashton and Rossendale United

Craig Farrand
2007/08
1
0
Midfielder who has signed from Garforth Town in the close season 2007. He previously played for Bradford Park Avenue and Liversedge. Unfortunately badly injured an ankle on his Mossley debut.

Farrell
1926/27
6
0
Amateur full back signed from Urmston Old Boys FC making 5 appearances in the 1926/27 season. Re-signed for 1 appearance the following season after playing for Chappel-en-le-Frith FC.

Francis 'Frank' Farrell
1929/30
1931/32
57
3
Centre half who signed for Mossley from Pendlebury FC in the 1929/30 season and soon attracted the attention of Football League scouts, eventually signing for Aston Villa for £90 fee after making 14 appearances for Mossley. A season at Villa saw hime unable to get a first team place and he re-signed for the Lilywhites in the 1931/32 season He made 43 appearances in the 1931/32 season scoring 3 goals before signing for Accrington Stanley the following season. He later played for Altrincham.

Ged Farrell
1997/98
4
0
Versatile defender signed by Benny Phillips from Bramhall FC and made 4 Mossley appearances in the 1997/98 season.

James Farrell
1956/57
2
0
Wing half signed from Eastbourne United on trial making 2 appearances in the 1956/57 season.

Andrew Farrimond
2014/15
25
0
Born on 15th February 1994, Andrew Farrimond is an agile and able young goalkeepert signed from Atherton LR in September 2014. He started as a junior with Burnley before having spells with FC United of Manchester, Leigh Genesis and Hyde FC.He joined Congleton Town in August 2015.

Farrington
1945/46
2
2
Inside forward who scored 2 goals in 2 Mossley appearances in the first season following WWII.

Neville Farrington
1972/73
1
0
Claimed to have played Scottish League football but that looked doubtful in his only appearance as he was substituted at half time in a 3-3 draw against Barrow. Briefly played for Chadderton soon after.

Graham Faulkner
1965/66
1
0
Wing half signed from Hyde United making a solitary Mossley appearance in the 1965/66 season.

Peter Faulkner
1957/58
1958/59
14
0
Young goalkeeper signed from Manchester United and made 14 Mossley appearances over 2 seasons in the late 1950's.

Ronald Fawley
1961/62
26
0
Born in.Ashton-under-Lyne on 22nd April 1927 Ronald Fawley was a former Queens Athletic, Blackpool, Ashton United, Oldham Athletic (94-9) and Northwich Victoria wing half signed from Stalybridge Celtic making 26 Mossley appearances in the 1961/62 season. Transferred to Glossop. Ron Fawley died in 1982.

Mike Fazackerley
1951/52
1952/53
69
0
Full back signed by Jack Boothway from Manchester City in August 1951. Later with Bradford City and Bradford Park Avenue (2-0).

Fearns
1946/47
1
0
Amateur winger signed on trial in the 1946/47 season making a solitary appearance for Mossley.

Mark Fella
1994/95
6
0
Born on 24th November 1968, Mark Fella was a former junior and reserve player for Leeds United who was signed for Mossley on his return from Maltese football by Richard Dawson in August 1994 and made 6 appearances for the Lilywhites.

Paul Feltham
1994/95
7
0
Full back signed by Roy Soule from Stalybridge Celtic in October 1994 making 7 appearances before being released in November 1994.

Paul Fenton
1990/91
1
0
Defender signed on trial from Heywood Old Boys FC. Made a solitary substitute appearance for Mossley in September 1990.

Les Ferriday
1962/63
40
0
Wing half who was signed from Buxton in August 1962. Previously played League football for Walsall making 32 appearances and sacoring 1 goal in the 1954/55 season.

Ronald Ferrier
1939/40
1
1
Born in Cleethorpes on 26th April 1914, Ronald Johnson Ferrier began his career with his local club Grimsby Town before signing for Manchester United in 1935 and going on to make 18 first team appearances scoring 4 goals. He was transferred to Oldham Athletic for a £1,000 fee in 1938 and made 45 appearances for the Latics scoring 25 goals and then played for Lincoln City before and during WWII and guested in a solitary goalscoring appearance for Mossley in the Wartime season of 1939/40. He later became a schoolteacher in Cleethorpes. Ron Ferrier died on 11th October 1991.

Horace Fielding
1925/26
1926/27
1938/39
29
1
Born in Heywood on 14th October 1906. Horace Fielding was a left winger who signed for Mossley in August 1925 playing for the reserve team in the Ashton Amateur League before making 12 first team appearances that season. After making 8 appearances the following season he was transferred to Stockport County and went on to play 92 games for County scoring 16 goals. He later played for Grimsby Town (69-13), Reading (132-36), Crystal Palace (22-1) and then briefly with Mansfield Town and Peterborough United before ending his career back at Mossley making 9 appearances at the end of the 1938/39 season. Horace Fielding died in 1969.

Mark Fielding
1977/78
12
0
Born in Bury on 10th November 1956, Mark John Fielding was a hard tackling gritty former Preston North End (9-0) defender signed from Witton Albion on loan. Mark later signed for Macclesfiled Town from Runcorn. He was rated as one of the best full-backs in the NPL, was Macclesfield team captain in the 1985-86 season and played in a NPL XI in the 1984-85 season.

William 'Bill' Fielding
1926/27
4
3
Inside forward signed from Glossop in the 1926/27 season, scoring 3 goals in 4 Mossley appearances.

James Finney
1934/35
16
0

Born on 28th December 1906, James Finney signed for Wigan Borough (8-0) in 1925 from local side Ince St Mary's on amateur forms and had to wait until the final game of season 1926/27 to make his Wigan Borough League debut.  This was on 7th May 1927 against Crewe Alexandra at Springfield Park and the game resulted in a 2-2 draw.  He left Springfield Park to sign for Hurst in October 1929, and he later played for Stalybridge Celtic and Mossley. James Finney died in March 1988.


Firth
1946/47
1947/48
16
0
Amateur full back who made 16 Mossley appearances between 1946 and 1948.

Michael Fish
2007/08
2008/09
2009/10
2010/11
2014/15
2015/16
2016/17
2017/18
237
86

Mike is an experienced front man who originally joined Mossley from Stalybridge Celtic in September 2007. He went on to become leading scorer for Mossley in the 2008/09 with 20 goals. He then transferred to Curzon Ashton in the close season of 2009 but returned to Mossley for a second spell in November 2009 before he re-joined Curzon Ashton in the closed season of 2011. A brief spell with Stocksbridge Park Steels followed before he signed for New Mills. He re-signed for his third spell with Mossley in the closed season of 2014. Mike hit a rich vein of form, in the 2016/17 scoring 22 goals in 28 appearances for the Lilywhites before making a shock move to Brighouse Town in January 2017. He then signed for Colne prior to the start of the 2017/18 season before rejoining Mossley for a fourth spell at the end of September 2017.


Fisher
1959/60
1
0
Goalkeeper who made a solitary Mossley appearance in the 1959/60 but was third choice behind George Smith and Lew Goram.

Christopher Fisher
1922/23
1923/24
18
0
Full back signed from Winsford United in March 1923 but was forced to retire through illness early in the following season.

Dennis Fisher
1969/70
1
0
Amateur goalkeeper signed from Dukinfield Victoria FC who made a solitary Mossley appearance at the end of the 1969/70 season.

Harry Fisher
1932/33
1933/34
1934/35
72
4
Wing half signed by Clifford Tarr from Droylsden in August 1932 making 68 appearancesin two seasons before being transferred briefly to Denton United in 1934 but returned to make 4 further appearances late in the 1934/35 season.

Joe Fisher
1921/22
1
0
Wing half who made a solitary Mossley appearance in the 1921/22 season.

Paul Fisher
1986/87
19
3
Former Worksop Town striker signed by Jimmy O'Connor from Burton Albion in November 1986. He was transferred to Eastwood Town in March 1987 after scoring just 3 goals in 19 appearances for Mossley.

Tom Fisher
2016/17
2
0
Born 28th June 1992. Tom Fisher is a strong talented forward signed in the closed season of 2016 from Nantwich Town. He began his career with Stockport County and graduated to the first team making 29 appearances for the Hatters in the Football League. He then had a spell with Macclesfield Town before switching to non league with Droylsden and then FC United of Manchester.

John Fitton
1974/75
1975/76
1976/77
1977/78
1978/79
1979/80
1980/81
349
0
John Fitton began his career with Oldham Athletic and was their regular reserve team keeper before joining Rochdale. He made a couple of first team appearances for the Spotland club before being released and joining Skelmersdale United while studying to become a school teacher. He signed for Mossley in October 1974 making his debut in an unlucky 2-1 defeat at Stafford Rangers. Not the biggest of keepers at 5’10” John made up for his lack of inches with a great shot stopping ability and being a superb ‘on the line’ keeper. He dominated the Mossley number 1 shirt for the next seven years, finally relinquishing at the end of the 1980-81 season playing his last game in a 3-2 win at Worksop Town. John holds Mossley's record appearances for a goalkeeper having played 354 games. During this time he was in the team during Mossley’s most successful years, winning two Northern Premier League titles and the NPL Cup and he was also, of course, Mossley’s goalkeeper in the 1980 FA Trophy Final at Wembley. Schoolteacher John ended his playing career with his local club Chadderton FC. and later served on their Management Committee.

Andy Fitzgerald
2015/16
4
0
Born on 7th November 1993. Andy is a central defender who can also play as a full back signed in November 2015 from Glossop North End. He was previously an academy graduate with Hyde FC making his senior debut in Conference North in the 2013/14 season before playing for Ramsbottom United. Moved to Northwich Victoria in August 2016.

Eric Fitzsimons
1971/72
9
1
Midfield player signed from Bradford Park Avenue (1-0). Also played for Ashton United. Later became a professional Rugby League player and coach with Oldham RLFC and Rochdale Hornets RLFC.

Jack Flaherty

1911/12
1912/13
1913/14
1914/15
1915/16
1918/19
1919/20
1920/21
1921/22

58
28
Local player signed originally in Mossley's amateur days as early as 1911 and a prolific scorer throughout.

Desi Flanagan
2016/17
1
0
Born 31st July 1990. Desmond 'Desi' Flanagan is a central defender signed in the closed season of 2016 after captaining North West Counties Leaguers Abbey Hey for several seasons. He appeared in the opening game of the 2016/17 season but departed soon after due to work commitments.

Paul Flanagan
1987/88
2
0
Signed from Sunday football on trial, making 2 appearances as a substitute inm the 1987/88 season.

Mike Fleming
1959/60
38
3
Born in India on 23rd February 1928, Michael Fleming was a former Rochdale and Tranmere Rovers (115-8) inside forward who was signed by Eddie Quigley from Buxton in 1959. He died in 1984.

Micky Fleming
1974/75
1975/76
61
8
Highly skilful Former Tranmere Rovers, Northwich Victoria and Bradford Park Avenue midfielder signed by Bob Murphy from Buxton, transferred to Ashton United. Later with Stafford Rangers

Fletcher
1937/38
1
0
Full back who made a solitary Mossley appearance in the 1937/38 season.

Alan Fletcher
1947/48
1948/49 1950/51
133
7

Born in Pendleton on 28th October 1917, Alan Frederick Fletcher was an inside forward who signed for Blackpool in January 1937 but failed to make their Football League side. He then moved to Bournemouth where he made 12 appearances in the 1938-39 season. He joined Bristol Rovers in 1939 but the War intervened and following the cessation of hostilities he signed for Crewe Alexandra in September 1947. He made just one first team appearance for Crewe early in the 1947-48 season before joining Mossley as player-coach under Len Butt. He made 54 appearances for Mossley that season scoring 3 goals before taking up a coaching post with Sligo Rovers in Ireland. Fletcher returned to Mossley as Player-Manager for the 1950-51 season and made 43 appearances scoring one goal but it was a poor season for the Lilywhites and they finished just three places from the bottom of the Cheshire League and also went down to a shock defeat in the Manchester Challenge Shield Final losing 2-1 to Lancashire Steel. Alan Fletcher died in 1984.


Joe Fletcher
1975/76
1976/77
1977/78
105
20

Born in Manchester on 25th September 1946, centre forward Joseph Fletcher began his playing career as a junior with Manchester City before joining Rochdale in 1966 and going on to make 57 appearances scoring 22 goals. He then had spells with Grimsby Town (11-1) and Barrow (8-1) in the 1969/70 sesaon. He then played for Wigan Athletic and Chorley before going to Australia laying for Sydney Hakoah SC before returning to England and signing for Bob Murphy's Mossley in February 1976. He made 105 appearances for Mossley in a variety of positions, scoring 20 goals. He weas transferred to Macclesfield Town for a £250 fee in the closed season of 1978 and was appointed player-coach at Macclesfield in 1979.


Kenny Fletcher
1964/65
1965/66
65
14
Chadderton born former Manchester City junior and England Schoolboy International inside forward signed by Don Wilson from Rochdale in 1964. He was transferred to Ashton United in 1966 and later played for Radcliffe Borough, Droylsden and Rossendale United.

Kieran Fletcher
2008/09
6
0
Hard tackling midfielder or defender who was previously with Great Harwood Town, Bacup Borough, Chorley (where he was team captain) and Radcliffe Borough. Signed by Chris Willcock from Clitheroe in March 2009. Later with Padiham.

Rob Flint
2010/11
2011/12
11
1
Born on 7th January 1990, Robert Flint is a strong young defender signed in March 2011 from Leigh Genesis. Previously with Maine Road and Salford City. He played briefly for Mossley's reserve team early last season and returned to the club in March 2011 to force his way into the first team reckoning. Rob scored and was later sent off on his Mossley debut against Salford City on 5th April 2011. He left early this season for a brief spell with Trafford but returned to Mossley in November 2011. Later with Ashton Athletic, Padiham and Stockport Sports.

Liam Flynn
2014/15
2015/16
2016/17
76
0
Born on 26th May 1992, Liam Flynn is a big capable goalkeeper signed in February 2015 from Stocksbridge Park Steels. He is a former England Colleges captain who has played non league gootball for Hednesford Town, Romulus, Willenhall Town, Sheffield FC, Worksop Town and Goole having begun as a trainee with Shrewsbury Town.

Mike Flynn
2006/07
4
0
Born in.Oldham on 23rd February 1969, Michael Anthony Flynn began his career with his hometown club Oldham Athletic first signing apprentice forms in July 1985 before turning professional in February 1987. He made an immediate impact with the "Latics" going straight into the first team and earning a reputation as a no nonsense centre half. Playing in the Second Division Flynn was attracting attention from some of the bigger clubs and in December 1988 at the age of 19, and after playing 44 games and scoring one goal he signed for First Division club Norwich City for a fee of £100,000. Flynn's time at Norwich was for him a frustrating one though for in his twelve months with the club he failed to make a single appearance. In December 1989 Third Division club Preston North End tabled a bid of £125,000 which Norwich accepted enabling Flynn to return to his native north-west of England. His time at Preston was, however, a difficult one for although his performances were generally good the club were struggling with some of their better
players being sold to boost the club coffers. In his time at Deepdale they sold Tony Ellis, Warren Joyce, Alan Kelly, Martin James, Brian Mooney and Mark Patterson. It therefore came as no surprise when Flynn himself was sold to Stockport County in March 1993 for a fee of £125,000. In Flynn's three-and-a-half years at Preston he had played 162 games scoring eight goals. Flynn's move to Edgeley Park started a ten year spell with the club. He won the supporters' Player of the year award in the 1993–94 season. Flynn helped the club to the Second Division play-off final at Wembley where they lost to north west rivals Burnley. The following season saw Flynn given the captains armband and in the 1996–97 season captained the side to promotion to the First Division (by then the second tier of English football) as well as to the semi-final of the League Cup, round four of the FA Cup and the Autoglass Trophy northern final. Flynn was an ever present that season playing a total of 66 games. Flynn's performances had not gone unnoticed and when an £800,000 bid from Birmingham City was rejected by County in February 1999 Flynn was somewhat unhappy. He did though sort things out with County and later on in the year signed a new contract with the club. During the 2001–02 season County began to struggle and when manager Andy Kilner was sacked, it was thought that Flynn might be in the running for the job. It wasn't to be though as just before Christmas 2001 Carlton Palmer was given the job and Flynn was weeks later loaned out to Stoke City. In Flynn's two months at the Britannia Stadium he played 13 games. Shortly after the loan was extended into a third month, Flynn left to join Steve Parkin's Barnsley of the First Division; Stockport gave him a free transfer and promised him a testimonial match, despite his having been with the club for less than the customary ten years. In all Flynn played 460 games for "the Hatters", scoring 19 goals. In little over a year at Oakwell he played just 21 games before in January 2003 returning to the North West with Blackpool, initially on loan and then permanently in March of the same year. Flynn's committed performances made him a favourite at Bloomfield Road and he played more than 50 games for the club, taking his League career tally to 654 games played and 25 goals scored. In September 2004 Flynn signed an 18-month contract with Accrington Stanley, and was with the club when they were crowned champions of the Conference National in the 2005–06 season. He played 45 games for Accrington before leaving for Conference North club Hyde United in November 2005. Joining Mossley on a one month loan in November 2006 making 4 appearances for the Lilywhites before he left Hyde for Stalybridge Celtic a month later. In 2007 Flynn signed for Radcliffe Borough, moving to divisional rivals Salford City in January 2009, where he briefly became assistant manager as well as player.

Robert Flynn
2016/17
2
0
Born 25th August 1991. Rob is a versatile right sided player signed just prior to the 2017 signing deadline from local amateur club Diggle FC. He has previous senior experience with Chadderton, Droylsden, Padiham, Curzon Ashton and New Mills.

George Forbes
1933/34
3
2
Born in Dukinfield on 27th July 1914, centre half George Forbes signed for Mossley from local side Crescent Road Congs FC in September 1933 making 3 appearances and scoring 2 goals. He later played for Hyde United, Blackburn Rovers (2-1) and Barrow (177-3).

Danny Forde
2004/05
2
0
Born in Oldham on 8th January 1981, midfield player signed from Oldham Athletic on loan. Later with Barrow, Ashton United, Connahs Quay Nomads and New Mills.

Samuel Forder
1933/34
3
0
Full back signed from Monton United FC who made 3 appearances for Mossley in the 1933/34 season.

Mike Forrest
1969/70
2
0
Goalkeeper signed from Bury on loan. Brother of former fellow Bury goalkeeper John Forrest.

Jack Forrester
1933/34
16
3
Wing half signed from Oldham Athletic making 16 Mossley appearances in the 1933/34 season scoring 3 goals.

Martin Forry
1985/86
1986/87
1987/88
104
38
Rangy centre forward signed by Jimmy O'Connor from Highfield United, transferred to Accrington Stanley. He was Mossley's leading scorer in the 1986/87 season.

Tim Forward
1985/86
2
0
Left siided player who made 2 appearances for Mossley in the 1985/86 season.

Bob Foster
1937/38
1938/39 1939/40
93
0
Born in Bolton on 1st April 1911. Goalkeeper Robert Foster was started his football career with local side Farnworth Standard FC before joining Accrington Stanley making 11 first team appearances. After one season, he joined Southampton of the Second Division, where he was signed as cover for Bert Scriven. In his year at The Dell, he made 36 appearances for the reserves, but only managed one appearance in the first team, in a 2–2 draw against Port Vale on 29 August 1932. In the summer of 1933, Foster moved on to Wrexham where he made 29 appearances between 1933 and 1935 and then to Bury wher he failed to make the first team. He was signed by Oldham Athletic in 1936 and made 11 first-team appearances, finishing on the losing side just once. He finished his career at Mossley where he made a total of 93 appearances.

Geoff Foster
1971/72
1972/73
1973/74
128
0
Agile goalkeeper signed from Nantwich Town, transferred to Rossendale United. Had the honour of playing in Mossley's last ever Cheshire League game and the first game in the NPL in 1972.

John Foster
2001/02
2002/03
19
2
Born in Manchester on 19th September 1973. John Foster was a skilful former Manchester City (25-0), Carlisle United (7-0) and Bury (7-0) right wing back signed by Ally Pickering from Hyde United. Transferred to Trafford. Later with Radcliffe Borough and then Salford City

Keith Foster
1955/56
1
0
Signed from Northern Nomads FC on trial making a solitary Mossley appearance in the 1955/56 season.

Steve Foster
2014/15
3
3
Born in Manchester on 30th December 1981. Steve is an experienced striker and was a prolific scorer with all his former clubs. He signed for Mossley in the closed season of 2014 from Nantwich Town. He was previously with Blackburn Rovers, Wrexham (loan), Hyde United, Stalybridge Celtic, Radcliffe Borough, AFC Telford United, Fleetwood Town, Altrincham, Salford City, Chorley, Witton Albion and Nantwich Town. Steve is the brother of former Mossley defender John Foster. Scored a hat-trick on his Mossley debut but moved on to Warrington Town soon after. Later with Radcliffe Borough.

Jack Foweather
1945/46
2
2
Veteran forward who played for Stalybridge Celtic and Macclesfield before WWII and guested for Mossley in the Wartime season scoring 2 goals in 2 appearances.

Ronald Fox
1967/68
1
0
Signed from Glastonbury Town on trial making a solitary Mossley appearance in the 1967/68 season.

John 'Jack' France
1939/40
22
1
Born in Stalybridge on 3rd November 1913, Jack France was a former Stalybridge Celtic, Hurst, Swindon Town (1-0) and Bath City wing half signed from Torquay United. Later with Stalybridge Celtic, Halifax Town (51-1) and Macclesfield.

Dave Fretwell
1985/86
1986/87
63
1
Born in.Normanton on 18th February 1952, David Fretwell Impressive former Bradford City (253-5) Chicago Sting (USA) and Wigan Athletic (112-0) full back signed from Northwich Victoria. Later with Salisbury City.

Ashley Frith
2014/15
7
0
Born on 2nd June 2014. Ashley is a tall and agile young keeper signed from Hyde FC in the closed season of 2014. Ashley began his career as a junior with Blackburn Rovers and Manchester City before making his non league debut for Glossop North End as a 16 year old. Later with radcliffe Borough.

John 'Jack' Frost 
1951/52
1952/53
1953/54
1954/55
37
0
Local amateur full back who made 37 Mossley appearances over 4 seasons between 1951 and 1955.

Fulham
1950/51
1
0
Made a solitary appearance for Mossley in the 1950/51 season.

Gary Furnival
2006/07
32
1
Born on 12th February 1983, Gary Furnival was signed from Witton Albion in September 2006. A 6'4" central defender Furnival began his career as a junior with Liverpool, Everton and Manchester City before going on to play around 200 games in the UniBond Premier for Witton Albion. Later with Stalybridge Celtic, Radcliffe Borough and Woodley Sports.