PEOPLE'S CHURCH FC

COMPETING IN THE SMCCFL DIVISION 2,  AFFILIATED TO THE PEOPLE'S CHURCH IN THE HEART OF PARTINGTON

PCFC - Squadapedia

Alan Atherton - Work horse Atherton, always causes concern for defenders with powerful runs, crisp finishing and speedy breaks.


Andy Cullen -  A new signing for the 2015/16 season, Cullen is a local lad who can play centrally or on the right side of midfield. Cullen has already shown some nice touches and steely determination in the opening weeks of the season


Chris Cowburn - Strong forward, Cowburn has a fine left foot and a sublime touch. An eye for goal means he's a real asset for PCFC.


Connor Arrowsmith -  Arrowsmith is a young creative player, comfortable on either flank, upfront or in central midfield, with quick feet, a great first touch and a fantastic scoring record


Cory Grimshaw -  Young Grimshaw has been a welcome addition to PCFC's squad for the 2015/16 season, comfortable playing anywhere along the back line and showing confidence playing out from the back - also a dead ball specialist.


Craig Lee - a popular member of the squad, Lee joined the club midway through the 2014/15 season and will get involved in midfield or defence, always putting in 100%


Craig McCabe -  McCabe has been a squad member for a number of years but will be looking to play as many minutes as possible this season, work and baby permitting - comfortable anywhere across the back 4 and also a useful goalkeeper too, McCabe is a key member of the squad.


Dan Churchman - Working back to fitness after a summer of travel, the big man is best deployed in the back line, but likes to push up, but his legs often don't allow it... can head a ball, fairly well.


Ian Dee - Local midfield influencer Dee, is a great boost to the PCFC squad. Smart with the ball, firm in the tackle and a real team worker.


James Wiswall - Confident stopper and PCFCs number one, Wiswall is an asset in the PCFC rearguard, regularly saving the blues blushes.


Jon Boyers - Boyers played his first 4 seasons as PCFC's keeper, but has recently converted to as a strong and quick right sided defender, enjoying the odd sliding tackle


Kaci Stott -  Stott has signed on for the 2015/16 season adfter a year of waiting in the wings for age eligability. Stott shows real tenacity, work ethic, and good feet, comfortable playing upfront or in midfield.


Kieran Halligan - A utility man who has played a whole host of positions for the blues, always giving 100%. Despite starting out as a goalkeeper Halligan has more recently been deployed upfront or in one of the fullback positions.


Kyle Halligan -  The younger Halligan shows bags of energy coupled with creativity and a combative spirit. A real asset to the blues squad


Kyle Bradley - Summer addition in 2014, Bradley is a real asset on the left hand side, playing full back, left mid or as an attacking option. Strong, quick and with energy to burn, Bradley is one to watch.


Kyle Halligan - Brother of long serving Kieran, Kyle joined in 2014 and has a cultured right foot, offering, skill, speed and an eye for goal 


Kyle McNeil - Young McNeil is another recent addition, and a real grafter, playing upfront or on the right side of midfield, with skill, quick feet and a mean shot. 


Lee Mellor - Mellor joined the squad midway through the 2014/15 season, and is comfortable on either wing or playing upfront, a speedy and tricky customer  who already has a few goals to his name


Luke Stretton - Midfield man who is a real work horse. Has good quality with the ball and his work rate is a bonus for the PCFC squad.


Martin Kevill - Clever touches and a powerfully accurate shot are the order of the day with the smart passing Kevill.


Matthew Berry - A hugely talented left sided man, strong in the tackle, neat with a pass, and confident when taking players on. One to watch.


Matt Fielding - Reliable and steady, Fielding has a cultured left foot, is a strong tackler and is a well rounded defender, whose marshalling of the backline is priceless.


Mick Court - Cultured coach Court is also a valuable outfield asset. A natural defender who lets nothing get past him, calm on the ball and a great influence


Nick Johnson - 2010 deadline day signing Johnson, is a gifted striker who has a fine record. Deft touch, powerful finishes and presence make up some of his fine forward attributes.


Rick Hanley - Gritty midfielder whose versatility is a real bonus. Hanley has an eye for goal but his workrate and midfield tact are some of his best attributes.


Rob Evans - A summer signing in 2013, Evans is a composed and cultured defender who's dangerous from set pieces, a calm and positive influence in the squad


Sean Davidson - Another utility man who is useful in goal or upfront. Strong shooter Davidson is vocal and confident and has already opened his PCFC account.


Simon Holt - young Holt has been around for a number of seasons, helping out when required in the sticks, but more recently slotting in comfortably in midfield or in the backline. A likeable asset to PCFC 


Steve Earp - Local man Earp has made himself an essential part of the PCFC set up over a number of years - a  solid defender who plays along the back line, is confident and a strong tackler. Fit and springy, a good addition to PCFCs squad.


(CC) Will Gregory - Dominant midfielder whose experience is vital. Gregory is more defensive minded and little gets past him in midfield, strong and mobile, his passing and tackling are second to none.