Social Team Of The Season 2022/2023

The best performers from all five teams in each individual position went head to head for the social team of the season. Voted for by the players over the course of a couple of weeks we talk to each to find out more about fantastic season.

Goalkeeper: Charlie Case-Green

Season Stats
Reserve Team // 18 Apps, 4 Clean Sheets, 1.67 average conceded.

Favourite match of the season?
Copthorne at home, it was our first game we won after a difficult start to the season.

Your key player? Nick Walsh

Most improved player? Sam Boughton

Social media platform of choice? Instagram – @

Two things you take into the bath? Rubber duck & swimming fins

Ultimate fighting animal?
Head of crocodile, shell (body) of a tortoise, legs of a kangaroo


Left Back: Chris Parsons

Season Stats
First Team // 27 Apps, 6 Clean Sheets, 1.54 average conceded when on the pitch.

Favourite match of the season?
Rotherfield at home, 2-1 win – Probably one of my stronger performances of the season, we were 1-0 down, scored to equalise and then got the assist for the winner

Your key player? Paul Coomber

Most improved player? Sam Luard

Social media platform of choice? Insta – @chrispars1

Two things you take into the bath? Radox (Muscle soak) & ice

Ultimate fighting animal?
Head of a bear, body of a whale, legs of a cheetah

Centre Back: Joe Elbishlawi

Season Stats
First Team // 20 Apps, 3 Clean Sheets, 1.82 average conceded.

Favourite match of the season?
Hollington at home – I f****d up a coupon of times but I still think I played quite well and we competed so it’s a nice example of resilience.

Your key player? Max Bicknell

Most improved player? Sam Luard

Social media platform of choice? Instagram, @joeelbishlawi

Two things you take into the bath? I don’t have baths

Ultimate fighting animal?
Crocodile head, dolphin brain, polar bear body, scorpion tail

Centre Back: Harry Joyles

Season Stats
B Team // 17 Apps, 4 Clean Sheets, 1.94 average conceded.

Favourite match of the season?
Crawley Phoenix, 13-0 – I went up front and scored.

Your key player? Sid Parsons

Most improved player? Sid Parsons

Social media platform of choice? Instagram – @harryjoyles

Two things you take into the bath? My uncle, rubber duck.

Ultimate fighting animal?
Head of elephant, body of polar bear, legs of cheetah

Right Back: Ryan Hodkinson

Season Stats
Reserve Team // 27 Apps, 6 Clean Sheets, 1.72 average conceded.

Favourite match of the season?
Eastbourne away, winning in extra time

Your key player? Noah Chant, when he turns up

Most improved player? Charlie Gauntlett, wish I was that good at 18

Social media platform of choice? Instagram @ryan.hodkinson

Two things you take into the bath? Rubber duck and a picture of Scoot Johnson

Ultimate fighting animal?
Head of a hammerhead shark, body of a armadillo, arms of a orangutans and legs of an ostrich


Centre Midfield: Jack Cotterell

Season Stats
Reserve Team // 15 Apps, 7 Goals, 3 Assists, 1.53 average conceded, 2.80 average goals scored when on the pitch.

Favourite match of the season?
Acorns at home – I thought it was our strongest performance of the season against a team who who may win the league

Your key player? Ollie Rose

Most improved player? Matt King

Social media platform of choice? Instagram – @Jackcotterell93

Two things you take into the bath? Soap and my rubber duck lol

Ultimate fighting animal?
Head of a dolphin, Body of gorilla, Legs of a ostrich lol

Centre Midfield: Max Blackford

Season Stats
A Team // 18 Apps, 2 Goals, 2.33 average conceded, 2.67 average scored.

Favourite match of the season?
Priory As vs Charlwood, we drew 3-3 and it had a bit of everything

Your key player? Tommy Ayliffe

Most improved player? Mikey Bradley

Social media platform of choice? Instagram – @max.blackford

Two things you take into the bath? Soap and a glass of coke🤣

Ultimate fighting animal?
Head of a crocodile, body of a bear, legs of a Cheetah.


Left Winger: Jude O’Connor

Season Stats
B Team // 13 Apps, 8 Goals, 6 Assists, 3.46 average scored.

Favourite match of the season?
2-2 against Earlswood at home for the B’s. My first league game and scored my first goal.

Your key player? Harry Joyles

Most improved player? Will Hutchinson

Social media platform of choice? Instagram – @judeoconnor_

Two things you take into the bath? 😂 rubber duck and Harry Joyles mum

Ultimate fighting animal?
Head of a snake, body of a rhino

Attacking Midfielder: Bradley Nelson

Season Stats
B Team // 19 Apps, 8 Goals, 9 Assists, 2.89 average scored.

Favourite match of the season?
1-0 win vs Brockham II; First competitive game of the season. Playing a team 3 divisions above us in the cup and we absolutely dominated them but struggled to score. I scored the winner. The way we played surprised me that we were capable of that, setting us up for this season of what we were capable of and had my confidence high for the year.

Your key player? Jude O’Connor – we combined for 5 goals, he helped me score goals and I helped him score goals

Most improved player? Sid Parsons– Joined early in the season but wasn’t here for pre season, took some games to settle in. 2nd half of the season he became one of the most important players in the team, important to the way we play, controlling games with his passing and breaking up play. Possibly goal of the season for the Bs too

Social media platform of choice? Twitter @BradN_Utd

Two things you take into the bath? iPad to watch a film or football, & Epsom salts for recovery after football

Ultimate fighting animal?
Crocodile head, tiger body, jaguar tail cheetah legs

Right Winger: Mikey Bradley

Season Stats
A Team // 19 Apps, 10 Goals, 1 Assist, 3.00 average scored.

Favourite match of the season?
Got to be away against Oxted, beating them 5-1 and scoring a hat trick after a tough spell for us the 3 games before!

Your key player? For me this season has got to be Max Blackford, his work rate has been unreal for us and he’s been the engine in the team.

Most improved player? Kane Mason for me, played in front of him quite a lot this season and every game he has got better and puts a shift in. Also started to understand each other runs and movement etc!

Social media platform of choice? Instagram mainly – @Mikey_b1989, twitter for the football news, Facebook (not really anymore)

Two things you take into the bath? 😂 (wtf) Phone to listen to talkSPORT or music or the iPad to watch the football on

Ultimate fighting animal?
Head of a tiger, body of crocodile and legs cheetah


Striker: Tommy Ayliffe

Season Stats
A Team // 14 Apps, 14 Goals, 3 Assists, 2.67 average scored.

Favourite match of the season?
A’s v Oxted in September: 5:3 win 2 goals and 2 assists.

Your key player? Mikey Bradley

Most improved player? Mikey Bradley

Social media platform of choice? Instagram – @tommyayliffe and Twitter – @ayliffetommy

Two things you take into the bath? Bath salts and muscle relaxers

Ultimate fighting animal?
Me. I am the ultimate fighting animal.

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