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All figures correct up to 03/06/16. 2015/16 appearances only


 Position:  Manager
 Sponsored By:  Kevin & Wendy

D.O.B 06.10.75. Chardy was appointed Whitby Town manager on Thursday December 3rd 2015. His record at neighbours Guisborough Town was impressive, taking them from Division Two strugglers with the club in peril to First Division title contenders, 2014's team of the year and North Riding Senior Cup winners over Middlesbrough. Chris has a proven record for developing young players and helped steer WTFC to safety, from third bottom, in 2015-16.

 Position: Player/Assistant
 Sponsored by: The Kayes
 Appearances:  110
 Goals:  3
D.O.B 22.05.81. Bully's an experienced and versatile former Football League star. Having starred at Cardiff City, Bradford and York City and can play central defence or midfield. Very strong in the air and composed on the ball, which he passes well. Signed from York in July 2013, Bully became Chris Hardy's assistant in December 2015 after a 4-1 win over Mickleover when caretaker boss.
 Position:  Coach/Scout
 Sponsored By:  George & Maureen
 Appearances:  84
 Goals:  0

Dennis made his playing debut against Crook Town on October 13th, 1971 in the Northern League Cup. Coincidentally, his final Town game was in the League Cup Final, helping the Seasiders beat Durham City 3-1 on May 10, 1977. Den managed Guisborough Town to the FA Vase Final in 1980, before joining Harry Dunn's staff in 1996, fetching goalkeeper David Campbell, with him. Den's worked with 29 keepers, including future Republic of Ireland international Paddy Kenny.

PAUL SCOTT @pitchmedic
 Position:  Physio
 Sponsored By:  Eric & Mandy
 Appearances: -
 Goals: -

Scotty joined the Blues in July 2014 after working with many of the Seasiders' squad previously and covering for predecessor Kenny Bolton the previous season. Settling in quickly, Scotty has already proven his worth both on and off the pitch.

 Position: Club Doctor
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Doctor Ghurkawa is an A & E consultant who joined the Blues in May 2016, assisting physio Paul Scott with the players' medical and surgical requirements.
SCOTT DALGARNO @scottdalgarno
 Position:  Kitman
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 Appearances: -
 Goals: -

Dally spent eight seasons with Guisborough Town, making the move with manager Chris Hardy to join the Blues in January 2016.

 SHANE BLAND @BlandShane1
 Position:  Goalkeeper
 Sponsored by:  The WTFC Fans' Forum
 Appearances:  143
 Goals:  0
D.O.B 28.09.94. Talented young shot-stopper with good handling and a great kick on him. Brought in from Middlesbrough, where he began as a junior. Quickly earned the support of Blues fans and looks to have a great career ahead of him.
 DANNY DIXON @Dan_Dixon87
 Position:  Goalkeeper/Coach
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 Appearances:  0
 Goals:  0
D.O.B 26.12.87. Dicko followed Chris Hardy from Guisborough Town in December 2015, becoming understudy to Shane Bland. He's a respected goalkeeping coach with additional playing experience in the Northern League with Marske United, Thornaby and Billingham Synthonia
 Position: Defender/Coach
 Sponsored by: Sandsend Stores
 Appearances: 240
 Goals: 6
D.O.B 24.07.81. Experienced left-sided defender, who can also play in midfield- a good crosser of the ball, who leads well and has extensive Football League experience with Hartlepool United and Torquay, amongst others. Robbo returned for a second spell with the Seasiders in August 2011, after turning out for Boston United and Gainsborough Trinity in the Conference North. Appointed player-coach under Chris Hardy in January 2016.
BEN ASKINS @ben123askins
 Position: Defender
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 Appearances:  4
 Goals:  0
D.O.B 02.01.96. Tall, young central defender, released by Doncaster Rovers, following their relegation to League 2 and Ben's unlucky injury run. Ben spent four games on loan with the Blues, a season earlier, where he impressed with his power and composure, before signing permanently with the Seasiders in June 2016.
 Position: Defender
 Sponsored By: Timothy Ingle
 Appearances:  42
 Goals:  1
D.O.B 30.06.95. Highly gifted central defender, released by Middlesbrough in July 2015. Darren Williams acted quickly after Kieran starred in a pre-season Blues win over Bradford City's first team. A classy, strong centre-half, Kieran passes and reads the game well, he also looks to get forward at every opportunity.
JAMIE POOLE @jamiepoole3
 Position: Defender
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 Appearances: 24
 Goals: 1
D.O.B 10.10.87. Experienced and vocal left-sided defender, at home in the centre or at full-back. Part of the Blyth team that reached the third round of the FA Cup, where he excelled alongside Richard Pell at the back under Harry Dunn. Great communicator, reliable in the air and a fierce tackler, started his career at Middlesbrough, began his third spell with WTFC in January 2016.
DANNY MCWILLIAMS @danmcwilliams3
 Position: Defender
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Dan, an attacking full-back, is the brother of Andy McWilliams and forged a dangerous link with Curtis Round on the left for Guisborough, the season before both joined the Blues, in July 2016.
 Position: Defender/Midfield
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 Appearances: 72
 Goals: 2
D.O.B 15.09.91. Began his second spell with the Blues in June 2015 after originally joining from Hartlepool United in summer 2011. Pacey, skilful winger who likes to get at defenders and impressed Darren Williams after a spell in the Northern League with Guisborough Town.
CURTIS ROUND @roundcurtis11
 Position: Midfield
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 Appearances: 0
 Goals: 0
Curtis joined in July 2016 as a highly rated Guisborough Town product. Round operates on the left where he uses his explosive pace to full effect.
 Position:  Midfield
 Sponsored by: Hunter's Sweet Shop
 Appearances:  402
 Goals:  47
D.O.B 13.07.84. A popular midfielder who re-joined Whitby in the summer of 2010 and has developed from a pacey winger into a tough, classy, grafter in the centre of the park. Macca broke a record when scoring Newcastle Blue Star's SECOND goal on 47 seconds in a 2008 Northern Premier League First Division outing. He later joined Blue Square North Harrogate Town, before returning to the Blues. Macca was sent off, at Stourbridge, on his 400th appearance.
 DALE HOPSON @DaleHopson8
 Position:  Midfield
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 Appearances:  57
 Goals:  14
D.O.B 13.09.92. Highly-rated midfielder with Conference-level experience at the former Darlington FC club, where he began his career. He was then talent-spotted and subsequently signed by Huddersfield Town, before returning to Darlington 1883. A fine deadball taker and a determined runner at defenders, Dale was tracked by Darren Williams for some time before eventually signing for the Seasiders in August 2014, making his debut at home to Skelmersdale United.
 Position: Midfield
 Sponsored By: Mark Patton
 Appearances: 48
 Goals: 3
D.O.B 04.11.90. Hard-working box-to-box midfielder, considered one of the best in the Northern League when he swapped Guisborough's King George V ground for the Turnbull in July 2015. Gelly is very comfortable on the ball and acts as the perfect go-between to connect defence with attack.
MIKEY ROBERTS @MikeyRoberts9
 Position: Forward
 Sponsored By: JP Estimating Services Ltd
 Appearances:  50
 Goals:  24
D.O.B 14.02.91. Mikey rose to prominence at Guisborough Town with Premier League Crystal Palace tracking the pacey frontman before he joined Spennymoor Town in August 2014. Mikey topped the Moors' scoring charts with 20 goals in the Northern Premier League First Division for the beaten play-off semi-finalists. Darren Williams had always admired Roberts' quality and pounced in July 2015 when he brought the highly rated marksman to the Turnbull Ground for an undisclosed fee, netting 24 goals in his maiden season.
 Position: Forward
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 Appearances: 15
 Goals: 1
D.O.B 21.09.89. Anthony joined the Blues in February 2016 from West Auckland Town. A powerful target man, he has previous Evo-Stik League experience with Blyth Spartans.
 Position: Forward
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 Appearances: 35
 Goals: 7
D.O.B. 15.04.90 - Another former Hartlepool starlet- Matty is now in his third spell with the Blues after a loan period in 2009 from Victoria Park and two spells at Workington and West Auckland, Tommy Cassidy signed him after a debut goal in pre-season 2011 and Chris Hardy moved for the frontman in June 2016 to end another bright spell in Cumbria. A tall, pacey, skilful striker capable of turning a game.
TYLER SCARTH @tylerscarth10
 Position: Forward
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 Appearances: 12
 Goals: 0
D.O.B 24.02.98. Teenager Tyler is on three months' work experience from League Two Accrington Stanley. The youngster has done well for Stanley's under 18s and is expected to learn a great deal with the Blues after joining in January 2016.
STEVEN SNAITH @stesnaith32
 Position: Forward
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 Appearances: 89
 Goals: 24
D.O.B 23.05.94. Steven re-signed for the Blues in July 2016 from Guisborough, after Chris Hardy had brought him to the KGV from the Turnbull just one year earlier, when Guisborough manager. Following his release from Hartlepool United, Steve proved himself as tough, tidy and hard working. He netted 24 goals from 89 appearances in his first run at Town.

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