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John Williams - Striker

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Last Game :

Veteran striker signed to ease an injury crisis in late 2006.

Former Postman John was plucked from Cradley Town and signed for Swansea City for 5000 before making the step up to Coventry City less than a year later for 250,000 and embarking upon a journeyman like career through the football league spanning over a decade. In that time he was named as the fastest footballer after winning the Rumbelows Sprint Challenge at Wembley and was nicknamed the Flying Postman from then on!

Upon leaving Kidderminster Harriers in 2003 Willo linked up with Bath City where he became a hit with the Twerton Park crowd and even scored from the spot against the Tigers in a 1-1 draw but John hit the ball that hard that he injured himself and had to be subbed.

Following his spell at Bath he represented Redditch United, Evesham United (whom he was playing for when Muzzie broke his leg) and also Weston Super Mare before he answered Tim Harris' S.O.S. and linked up with City in time for the FA Trophy game against Margate.


















 John Williams

Clubs:
Cradley Town, Swansea City (39-11), Coventry City (80-11), Notts County (loan 5-2), Stoke City (loan 4-0), Swansea City (loan 7-2), Wycombe Wanderers (48-9), Hereford United (11-3), Walsall (1-0), Exeter City (36-4), Cardiff City (43-12) York City (42-3), Darlington (24-5), Swansea City (68-5), Kidderminster Harriers (44-4), Bath City, Redditch United, Evesham United, Weston Super Mare, Gloucester City, Stourbridge

Appearances & Goals:

Season Apps Subs Goals
 2006/07     1      -      -  
Total    1      -      -  

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Page last updated : 3rd November 2006

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