Raymond Thomas (Ray) Harford (1 June 1945 — 9 August 2003) was an English footballer, better known for his successes as a coach and manager than as a player. He is considered to have been one of the top coaches of his generation.
Johnny Hore is a former football player and manager. Hore appeared for Plymouth Argyle in midfield or as full back on 440 occasions. It was his task to mark Pelé when Santos lost to Argyle 3-2 at Home Park in March 1973. He finished his playing career at Exeter City. He was appointed manager of Argyle on 1 October 1983. However, his managerial career was short-lived, owing to his lack of success in the league, he was dismissed on 19 November 1984.
Peter John Taylor is an English football manager. He is the manager of Bradford City of Football League Two. Previously he managed Dartford, Southend United, Dover Athletic, Gillingham, Leicester City, Brighton and Hove Albion, Hull City, Crystal Palace, Stevenage Borough and Wycombe Wanderers, as well as having two spells as head coach of the England under-21 team and also taking charge of the England national team.
Steve Wigley (born 15 October 1961) is an English football coach and former player for Nottingham Forest, Sheffield United, Birmingham City, Portsmouth and Exeter City. He made 340 appearances in the Football League. He is the former manager of Southampton and currently works for the England Under-21 team as a coach.
Kevin John Bond (born 22 June 1957) is an English football manager and former player. He is the son of John Bond, also a former footballer. He is currently employed as assistant manager at Tottenham Hotspur
Lewis Buxton is an English footballer. He currently plays for Sheffield Wednesday after signing on a permanent deal from Stoke City. Buxton is a defender; he plays predominantly as a right-back or as a centre-half, however he has also featured as a left-back during his time at Stoke. A promising young defender, after working his way up through the Portsmouth youth ranks, Buxton made his first team debut at the beginning of the 2001/02 season, aged 17, in a 1-0 win at Stockport County.
Lee Stuart Sharpe is a retired English football player. Predominantly a left winger, Sharpe once played for Manchester United and was a promising young player in English football, but his career went into rapid decline while he was still in his twenties. Sharpe finally retired from professional football in 2003, and since then he has achieved renewed fame by appearing on reality television shows.
Clifford Sydney Bastin (14 March 1912 – 4 December 1991) was an English football player. Born in Heavitree near Exeter, Bastin started his career at Exeter City, making his debut for the club in 1928, at the age of 16.
David John Pleat is a former football English player turned manager and sports commentator. He is remembered by his contemporaries primarily for his career as managers of Tottenham Hotspur and Luton Town F.C. football clubs, and for an oft-televised clip of him running onto the pitch in 1983 to celebrate after a last-minute goal by Raddy Antic against Manchester City prevented Pleat's team Luton Town from being relegated from the Football League First Division.
Maurice Edgar Setters is an English former football player and manager. As player, he made more than 400 appearances in the Football League representing Exeter City, West Bromwich Albion, Manchester United, Stoke City, Coventry City and Charlton Athletic, and in the United Soccer Association with the Cleveland Stokers (Stoke City under another name). His favoured position was wing half.
Lee Michael Bradbury (born 3 July 1975 on the Isle of Wight) is an English footballer, who plays as a striker. He currently plays for Bournemouth. A former army recruit, Bradbury started his professional career at Portsmouth, where he played for three years. A number of impressive performances in the 1996-97 season resulted in interest from a number of clubs, and in July 1997 he was purchased by Manchester City manager Frank Clark for a club record £3 million.
Adam John Virgo (born January 25, 1983) is a professional footballer currently playing for Brighton & Hove Albion in League One after re-joining the club from SPL side Celtic. From the age of seven Virgo played for the St. Aubyns Preparatory School football team. At 13 he was awarded a sports scholarship to Ardingly College. He then moved to his home town club Brighton.
Lee James Barnard (born 18 July 1984) is an English footballer currently playing for Southampton. Born in Romford, London Borough of Havering in 1984, he attended Billericay's Mayflower County High School.
Stephen James "Steve" Moran, (born Croydon 10 January 1961) was a pacy mobile striker who was one of the stars for Southampton during the mid 1980s. Moran was one of the finest strikers that Southampton has possessed. He had a knack of scoring some crucial goals for the club and had a fine understanding with Steve Williams and David Armstrong up front. He attended Prices School in Fareham and appeared regularly for his school team, where he was spotted by scouts.
Kevin Rapley (born 21 September 1977 in Reading) is an English footballer. After playing for several Football League and non-league clubs, Rapley is now playing for Witton Albion. The striker began his career with Brentford as an apprentice, going on to make 51 Football League appearances for them.
Christian Roberts is a Welsh midfielder who currently plays for Maesteg Park after retiring from professional football in September 2008, finishing his career with Swindon Town. Christian made a name for himself at Exeter City where he scored 18 goals in 67 appearances before Bristol City decided to snap him up. He had joined Exeter from Cardiff City where he began his career as a trainee.
Forbes Ernest Phillipson-Masters (born 14 November 1955) is an English former footballer who played in the Football League as a central defender for Southampton, Exeter City, Bournemouth, Luton Town, Plymouth Argyle and Bristol City. Phillipson-Masters was born in Bournemouth. He originally signed with Southampton as an apprentice goalkeeper in August 1972, but was given a free transfer two years later by Lawrie McMenemy.
Gary George Alexander (born 15 August 1979 in Lambeth) is an English footballer who plays for League One side Millwall. He began his career with West Ham United, but his first taste of proper football came with a very successful loan spell at Exeter City in the 1999/2000 season. Alexander scored 16 goals in 37 league games for the Grecians, and this convinced Swindon Town to sign him for £500,000 In July 2000.
Sean Devine is an Irish football striker who plays for Lynn-Avon United based in Auckland, New Zealand. After crossing paths with Mick McCarthy at Millwall, he went to Cyprus where he signed for Omonia Nicosia in the summer of 1995. However, in October of the same year he returned to London and signed for Barnet. Devine was Barnet's top scorer for three seasons and in 1996 he was offered a trial at Premiership club West Ham.
Andrew John "Andy" Woodman (born 11 August 1971) is an English football coach and former player. He is currently goalkeeping coach at Charlton Athletic. As a player, his highest claim to fame was being goalkeeper for Northampton Town when they won the Division Three playoffs in 1997.