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All figures correct up to 01/05/14. 2013/14 appearances only


DARREN WILLIAMS @dazzawill28
 Position:  Player/Manager
 Sponsored by:  Kevin & Wendy
 Appearances:  57
 Goals:  0

D.O.B 28.04.77. The boss chose to join Whitby as a player after lots of interest from rival clubs in August 2011. Made over 200 appearances for Sunderland, mostly in the Premiership, and brings all that experience to bear for the Blues. Very confident on the ball and works well steadying his younger team-mates. Appointed Player-Manager upon the resignation of Tommy Cassidy on October 26th 2011 and famously kept Town up on the final day at Buxton, before steering them to 12th place in 2012-13 and 9th, the following year.

 Position:  Goalkeeping Coach
 Sponsor me:  Contact chairman@whitby-town.com
 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 at Spennymoor, helping the Seasiders beat Durham City 3-1 on May 10, 1977. Den managed his newly-formed hometown-club Guisborough Town to the FA Vase in 1980, before joining Harry Dunn's staff in 1996, fetching goalkeeper David Campbell, with him. Since that time, Den's worked with 29 keepers, including future Republic of Ireland international Paddy Kenny.

 DAVID CAMPBELL @whitbycammy
 Position:  Assistant-Manager/Goalkeeper
 Sponsored by:  The Kayes
 Appearances:  477
 Goals:  0
D.O.B 06.10.70. The club's longest-serving player, currently in his fourth spell with the Seasiders. An evergreen goalkeeper and the second-highest all-time appearance-maker with over 400 games played, including back to back promotions in 1996-98 and the FA Vase success of 1997. Appointed assistant manager in October 2011.
 SHANE BLAND @ShaneBland18
 Position:  Goalkeeper
 Sponsored by:  The WTFC Fans' Forum
 Appearances:  45
 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.
 Position: Defender
 Sponsored by: Sandsend Stores
 Appearances: 148
 Goals: 4
D.O.B 24.07.81. Club captain. 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. Intelligent player, who likes to get forward and has a fierce shot on him.
 IBRAHIM HASSAN @ibbyhassan
 Position:  Defender
 Sponsored by:  The New Anchorage Hotel
 Appearances:  214
 Goals:  3
D.O.B 02.03.88. Speedy star who came through Chester Le Street's highly-rated youth setup, via fellow Northern-Leaguers Jarrow Roofing. A committed player with boundless energy and a willingness to tackle whether playing across the defence or in midfield. Ibby was tracked by then-Blyth manager Harry Dunn, and became Dunn's first signing on his return to Whitby Town in July 2009, picking up the online player of the season award, ten months later. Ibby was joint supporters' player of the year in 2012-13.
 Position: Defender
 Sponsored by: Hinderwell Service Station
 Appearances: 240
 Goals: 12
D.O.B 08.1.88. Hugely-popular defender Kev began his career at Middlesbrough, before joining Darlington in 2006. He impressed while on loan at the Turnbull Ground two years later, and when released by the Quakers over the following summer, the Blues acted quickly to sign the talented ball-playing centre-half on a permanent deal. A multiple-time supporters' and players' player of the year, Kev's equally fearsome in the air and on the ground.
 Position: Defender/Midfield
 Sponsored by: David Reynolds
 Appearances:  43
 Goals:  2
D.O.B 22.05.81. Bully's an experienced and versatile former Football League star. Played with Darren Williams 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.
 Position: Defender
 Sponsored by: Alex White
 Appearances: 29
 Goals: 2
D.O.B 17.11.82. Towering centre-half, signed in August 2013. Started out at Nottingham Forest, before spells with Lincoln City, Boston United and Gainsborough Trinity. Starred for Blyth Spartans in their run to the Third Round of the FA Cup, under ex-Blues boss Harry Dunn, in 2010. He then notched over 50 games for Harrogate Town in the Blue Square North, before joining Northern League, Bedlington Terriers.
BENN SULLIVAN @dirksullivan
 Position: Defender
 Sponsor me: Contact chairman@whitby-town.com
 Appearances: 1
 Goals: 0
Youngster signed from local side Whitby Fishermens Society FC in November 2013. Popular Whitby lad with a good left foot, pace and a willingness to get stuck in. Made his debut in the 1-0 home victory over Matlock Town in December 2013
 Position:  Midfield
 Sponsored by: Hunter's Sweet Shop
 Appearances:  313
 Goals:  32
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.
LEE MASON @LeeMason9
 Position: Midfield
 Sponsor me: Contact chairman@whitby-town.com
 Appearances: 39
 Goals: 7
D.O.B 04.02.91. Massa is another former Blyth star in the Blues ranks, who joined in September 2013, hitting the woodwork at Trafford after coming on as a late sub, during a 3-0 victory. An exciting prospect, Lee can play out wide or up front and began his career at Hartlepool United, before a spell in Sweden with Unik FK and later joining Spartans. He scored 11 goals in 81 appearances for Blyth.
STEVEN SNAITH @stesnaith32
 Position: Forward
 Sponsor me: Contact chairman@whitby-town.com
 Appearances: 89
 Goals: 24
D.O.B 23.05.94. Steven signed in July 2012 on his release from Hartlepool United and quickly established himself as a tireless forward, who holds the ball up well. He's tough and tidy in possession and was prolific for Pools at Youth Level with 24 goals from 41 appearances- he netted four in five starts for Hartlepool Reserves.
CRAIG FARRELL @CraigFarrell82
 Position: Forward
 Sponsor me: Contact chairman@whitby-town.com
 Appearances: 62
 Goals: 30
D.O.B 05.12.82. Middlesbrough-born Craig started out with his hometown club, at the age of nine, before a spell with Leeds United, then Carlisle United, making 81 appearances and scoring 20 goals. He netted 21 in 91 games for York City and also figured for Oxford United and AFC Telford United. A prolific, reliable striker, Craig joined the Blues from rivals Blyth in November 2012, netting from 40 yards in his second game, against Matlock Town.

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