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Full Name: John Coleman
Normal Position: Forward
Born: 12/10/1962(Liverpool)

John ColemanHe was one of the most prolific non-league goalscorers in history, with over 500 goals to his name in a career spanning almost two decades. This success saw him play for the England National Game XI (the England team for semi-professional players) and receive many Player of the Year awards from the clubs he played for.



Season: 1987/1988 [Back to Player Stats]
The player made an appearance in the following games:
Date Competition Venue Opponents Score Goals
22/08/1987 League Away BANGOR CITY 1 - 1 1
25/08/1987 League Away WORKINGTON 1 - 0 0
29/08/1987 League Away BUXTON 1 - 0 0
31/08/1987 League Home HORWICH RMI 1 - 0 1
05/09/1987 League Home MATLOCK TOWN 2 - 0 0
09/09/1987 Conference League Cup / 1 Away CAERNARFON TOWN 0 - 2 0
12/09/1987 FA Cup / 1Q Away EMLEY 0 - 2 0
15/09/1987 League Away WITTON ALBION 1 - 0 0
19/09/1987 League Home HYDE UNITED 1 - 0 0
23/09/1987 League Home RHYL 2 - 2 1
26/09/1987 League Away SOUTH LIVERPOOL 1 - 1 0
29/09/1987 League Away BARROW 1 - 0 0
03/10/1987 League Home OSWESTRY TOWN 1 - 0 1
06/10/1987 Liverpool Senior Cup / 1 Home KIRKBY TOWN 1 - 0 0
10/10/1987 League Home FRICKLEY ATHLETIC 1 - 2 1
13/10/1987 League Home BANGOR CITY 2 - 3 1
17/10/1987 League Home BUXTON 2 - 1 1
20/10/1987 League Away CHORLEY 1 - 2 0
24/10/1987 League Home GATESHEAD 1 - 2 0
31/10/1987 League Away HYDE UNITED 1 - 5 1
07/11/1987 President's Cup / 1R1L Home MORECAMBE 1 - 1 1
10/11/1987 League Home MOSSLEY 1 - 1 0
14/11/1987 League Away GAINSBOROUGH TRINITY 1 - 1 0
17/11/1987 League Home WORKINGTON 3 - 0 1

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John Coleman returns as Manager

Following a run of bad results Alan Wright was relieved of duty on Friday 6th December 2013. The following morning the club unveiled former Southport goalscoring hero John Coleman as manager. Jimmy Bell returns as Assistant Manager. Commenting on the appointment Chairman Charlie Clapham said "I am delighted to announce John

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