Midland Football Combination Division One
President: A. Dunn
Chairman: Len Ward
Vice Chairman: Peter Hammond
Secretary/Treasurer: Brian Gough
General Manager: John Morton
Team Manager: Tony Tonks
Assistant Managers: Keith Cooper, Peter Quantrill
Trainer: W. Howells
Catering: Jean Tonks
Congratulations to Keith (Cooperman) Cooper and his wife on the birth of their son.
A special thanks also must go to John Morton & Brian Gough for all there hard work in keeping the club going all these years.
Congratulations to Martin Joinson on receiving his award after the game at Cheltenham for the highest goalscorer in the club in 1983/84 season.
Nickname: Old Square Eyes
Occupation: Television Critic
Favourite Hobbie: Watching Television
Favourite Programme: Blockbusters
Favourite Team: (The A Team)
Best Moment In Football: Seeing himself on the video of the Bellrock Cup Final, which he made us player over and over again.
Worst Moment: The day they shot J.R. in (Dallas)
Best Position: In front of the box (either one)
Ambition: To star in Crossroads
Biography: The player dislikes playing away games in case he misses one of his programmes, he can often be found peeping in at peoples windows of standing outside Television shops trying to find out what's on. Gary is also well known for taking the (TV Times) into the dressing room and on the coach for the away games to plan out his Saturday evenings. The first time that Gary met (Percy) he thought he looked so much like Magnum that he spent all day trying to get his autograph.
Gary's other favourite sport is Snooker, he likes to think of himself as another (Alex Higgins), however Gary is to Snooker what (The Elephant Man) is to Mr Universe.
On the playing side he finished leading scorer last season for Bromsgrove Brookfield and his year he looks as though he means to end up that way for Chelmsley Town. Keep knocking them in Gary and the club may buy you a portable for Christmas????????
KEITH 'PERCY' PARFITT
Nickname: Percy (Old Father Time)
Age: Check The Doomsday Book
Wifes Name: Jean
Hobbies: Gardening & Long Country Walks
Position: Centre Half
Occupation: Bouncer at Grab A Granny Night Disco's
Favourite Drink: Mild & Horlicks
Favourite Food: Finger Dip Curry
Best Moment In Football: His very first game, way back in 1945 just as the War ended.
Ambition: To play for Chelmsley as a Centre Forward and score a hat-trick.
Biography: Percy started his playing days way back when they used to play with a pigs bladders. He first started in a Under Eighteens team after lying about his age, however when they found out he was really Thirty-Two, they through him out. It was quite a few years later that Tony (Tonks) took pity on him and brought him to the club, since that time Tony has recovered from his bump on the head and realised what he has done. The only time that Percy has been out of the team was when he pulled a muscle while trying to get the top off his bottle of Phylisan. (Benny) thinks that Percy is to football what (Danny La Rue) is to Rugby, all the above is totally true as told to me by Benny The Brain - Percy's long lost son.
22/09/1984 Chelmsley Town 0 Alcester Town 1
Alcester Squad: D Mutton, D McIntyre, S Earles, M Harper, A Horsnall, W Lawson, A Rea, T Addison, A Lammas, A Scarfe, T Henry, K Wilkes, R Allen, M Harries, M Berwick. Manager: Peter Phillips, Assistant: A Scarfe
20/10/1984 Chelmsley Town 0 Boldmere St Michaels Res 3 [MCPC]
Boldmere Squad: N Smith, L Wallace, C Gibbins, S McKenzie, A Cheshire, M Webb, Micky Mason, C Newton, P Hamilton, D Walsh, A Owen, P Mallaband, K Garwood, R Tipson, L Brown Manager: Graham Pearman
24/11/1984 Stratford Town v Chelmsley Town (MCC R2)
Stratford Squad: D.A.Berry, I.Pheasant, R.Osborne, J.Spiers, D.Thomson, J.Brown, S.Brain, C.Hughes, J.Whitehouse, N.Bradley, S.Reed, C.Robinson, G.Crowe Manager: B.Lynch
Colours: Blue/White Shirts, Black Shorts, Yellow Socks (Chelmsley)
Tangerine Shirts, Black Shorts, Black Socks (Stratford)
Kick Off: 2.00pm (Extra time to be be played if necessary)
Linesmen: J.Rumsey, M.J.Davis
01/03/1985 Sutton Coldfield Town Res v Chelmsley Town
Sutton Squad: Gallier, Smith, Willetts, Cooke, Sturdy, Chapman, McCormick, Tipton
Colours: Yellow Shirts, Sky Blue Shorts (Chelmsley), Blue Shirts, White Shorts (Sutton)
Kick Off: 2.45pm
13/04/1985 Kingswinford Town 0 Chelmsley Town 4
Chelmsley Team: Bobby Jenkins, Karl Melvin, Wayne O'Neill, Parker, Winston Thompson, Rochford
Source: Newspaper Report
Town were always to strong Kingswinford, and it resulted in Parker being floored in the penalty area, Jenkins scored from the spot kick. Kingswinford played a more defensive game till half time.
In the second half Karl Melvin soon added a second goal.
Town bought on their sub Parker going off injured, Thompson soon made his presence felt Jenkins, adding a third goal.
Town then missed several easy chances before O'Neill scored the best goal of the game after a good move involving Jenkins, Melvin and Rochford, leaving O'Neill clear to slip the ball through the keepers legs as he dived at O'Neills feet, this win keeps town in the top six, and they are still involved in three cups.