Sandwell United

Roy Murray (manager), Robert Gill, Dave Broome (Captain), Jason Jackson, Kevin Johnson, Arron Morris, Michael Spence, Ainsley Henry, Lamaro Anderson, Mark Broome, Lewin Leith (Team Assistant). front row - Luke James, Matt Hammond, Theo Fortune, Stuart Winters, Greg Lloyd, Pete Broome, Stephen Holmes, Myles Wilson (Manager)

Club Details

Ground:

Churchfields Playing Fields, Newton Road, B71 3RG

Secretary:

Myles Wilson

Tel No:

07824 333357

First Kit:

White/Black-Black-Black

Second Kit:

Blue/White-Blue-Blue/White

Year Formed:

2005

Honours:

Division Two Runners Up 2012

Player of the Year:

2015 Ainsley Henry
2014 Kevin Johnson
2013
2012 Robert Gill
2011 Stuart Winters
2010 Stuart Winters
2009 Aaron Morris
2006 Matthew Walton

Top Scorer:

2014/15 Mandela Graham (7)
2013/14 Luke James (6)
2012 Robert Gill (24)
2011 Robert Gill (20)
2010 Luke James (18)
2009 Robert Gill (5)
2006 Luke Hazlehurst (12)

Club History:

Sandwell United enterered the League for just one season, 2005/6. A talented, but very young side. They are back in 2007 after a year out.

In the 2007/8 season, we saw an improved Sandwell from a results and discipline point. Sandwell are growing in stature and I would expect further improvements for the coming year. Ed Walker - June 2008

A disappointing season for Sandwell saw them slip into Division Three for the coming year. At times Sandwell shipped goals by the dozen but seemed to look in better form towards the end of the year with some improved results. June 2009

2009/10 was a turning point for Sandwell. They had spent most of their existence getting beaten. Sometimes there were gutsy performances, but the 106 goals conceded in just 18 games in 08/09 tells a story. 09/10 was much better: Despite finishing eighth in Division Three, goal difference was only -4 and they achieved a much better 27 points losing only half their matches.

If 09/10 was the season of transition, 10/11 saw Sandwell finally come together as a team and play some marvellous football. There were six sides in contention for the Division Three title, of which Sandwell were well and truly in there, right until the spring days were upon us. They were beaten 1-0 by Rockmount, the eventual champions but were promoted despite finishing fourth.

Sandwell followed up their 10/11 successes with another superb season in Division Two. Selly Oak ran away with the title but Sandwell finished second after a tussle with Rockmount Common Ground and Chawn Hill.

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