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MATCH SPONSORS SALFORD AUTOMATICS OWL PLASTICS MONTYS
MATCH SPONSORS SALFORD AUTOMATICS OWL PLASTICS MONTYS
MATCH SPONSORS SALFORD AUTOMATICS OWL PLASTICS MONTYS
Twenty-one year old Andy Barlow joined Latics as a schoolboy in July 1982. He graduated
Twenty-one year old Andy Barlow joined Latics as a schoolboy in July 1982. He graduated
Twenty-one year old Andy Barlow joined Latics as a schoolboy in July 1982. He graduated
Twenty-one year old Andy Barlow joined Latics
as a schoolboy in July 1982. He graduated
through the Youth and Reserve teams, signing
as a professional in July 1984. His first team
debut was against Birmingham City in August
1984. Equally at home in midfield or defence
Andy makes his 10lst appearance this evening
against Bradford City. A local lad, having been
born in Oldham, Andy has scored two goals for
the First Team to date.
Andy has scored two goals for the First Team to date. Simon Mooney 16 \ I
Simon Mooney 16
Simon
Mooney
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two goals for the First Team to date. Simon Mooney 16 \ I I Athletic have
two goals for the First Team to date. Simon Mooney 16 \ I I Athletic have
I I Athletic have taken on ten new apprentices this summer on the Y.T.S. Scheme.
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Athletic have taken on ten
new apprentices this summer
on the Y.T.S. Scheme. These
Joseph's High School,
Bury, and was a mem-
ber of Greater M~~-
chester County
Schoolboys and Roch-
Bovs. A Centre-
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Full Name:
Andrew John Barlow
Oldham
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Birthplace:
Birthdate:
24111/65
promising youngsters will half~imonalso~la~ed
have two years at the club
Height:
5' 8"
llst 81b.
Engaged to Lesley
Anne
Ford Fiesta
Bandy Arlow
Golf, motor mechanics
Golf
developing their skills under
the watchful eve of coach Bill
Juniors
for
three
Weight:
Marital status:
seasons.
Urmson, and hopefully
some
Car:
Morgan
16
Nickname:
Hobbies:
of them will graduate through
the Youth and Reserve teams
to be the Athletic stars of the
years
of
a,e,
Born
Wrexham.
kttended
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and
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player:
Schoolboy
team.
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Current favourite '
player:
Maradonna
Andrew Gayle. 16
years of age. A local
lad, born in Manches-
ter, Andrew attended
Burnaae Hiah School :
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forward,
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Favouriteaway
Aston Villa
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to play for Wales.
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ground:
Favouritefood &
k
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drink:
Pre-match meal:
Biggest influence on
career:
Steak and Chips/Bittc!r
Shandy
Poachedegg on toast
Father
Ambitions:
Honours to date:
Play in First Division
and for England
None
Debut v Birmingham
City
Bad
mannerslEnjoyment
9% Weeks
and was a member of
the Manchester Boys
side last season. A
grea.t admirer of
George Best, Andrew
hopes to play for Eng-
land one day.
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Most memorable
match:
DislikeslLikes:
Best film:
Favourite recording
U2
artist:
Personwould most
Bono
(U2)
like to meet:
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ON THE BALL
Apps.
Goals
Goals
Andrew Russell 16
vears of aae. Born
Ashton-~nger-~~ne.
Attended Two Trees
High School, Denton
and was a member of
Greater Manchester
Schoolboys and
Tameside Schoolboys
last season. A promis-
ing goalkeeper An-
drew also played for
Boundary Park
Juniors for the past
three seasons and his
ambition is to make it
to the Latics' first
Every answer has five letters and the
first one fits into the top line, but you
have to decide where the rest must
go.1. Birtles, not Briggs
2.
The Den men
3.
McAvennie maybe
4.
Ray Wilkins went there
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not Briggs 2. The Den men 3. McAvennie maybe 4. Ray Wilkins went there SIGN HEW
not Briggs 2. The Den men 3. McAvennie maybe 4. Ray Wilkins went there SIGN HEW
not Briggs 2. The Den men 3. McAvennie maybe 4. Ray Wilkins went there SIGN HEW
not Briggs 2. The Den men 3. McAvennie maybe 4. Ray Wilkins went there SIGN HEW
not Briggs 2. The Den men 3. McAvennie maybe 4. Ray Wilkins went there SIGN HEW
not Briggs 2. The Den men 3. McAvennie maybe 4. Ray Wilkins went there SIGN HEW
not Briggs 2. The Den men 3. McAvennie maybe 4. Ray Wilkins went there SIGN HEW
not Briggs 2. The Den men 3. McAvennie maybe 4. Ray Wilkins went there SIGN HEW
FIRST MEETING 4 Paula Smith, Match Mascot for last season's game against Blackburn Rovers, meets
FIRST MEETING 4 Paula Smith, Match Mascot for last season's game against Blackburn Rovers, meets
FIRST MEETING 4 Paula Smith, Match Mascot for last season's game against Blackburn Rovers, meets
FIRST MEETING 4 Paula Smith, Match Mascot for last season's game against Blackburn Rovers, meets

FIRST MEETING4 Paula Smith, Match Mascot for last season's game against Blackburn Rovers, meets her favourite

4 Paula Smith, Match Mascot for last season's game against Blackburn Rovers, meets her favourite
4 Paula Smith, Match
Mascot for last season's
game against Blackburn
Rovers, meets her
favourite player Gary
Williams before the kick
off.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY to one of our 'long distance' fans. Mark Oliver of 8 Gibbon House,
HAPPY BIRTHDAY to one of our 'long
distance' fans. Mark
Oliver of 8 Gibbon House, Fisherton Street. London is 8
years old tomorrow. Let's hope the team can give you an
early birthday present by winning tonighl.
can give you an early birthday present by winning tonighl. MATCH MASCOT 01111i1:il MIIII IIIO 11
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Ourfirst Meeting of the new season will be on THURSDAY. 3rd SEPTEMBER at 7p.m. in
Ourfirst Meeting of the new season will be on THURSDAY.
3rd SEPTEMBER at 7p.m. in the Clayton Arms. Our guests
for the evenlng will be giving us a talk on the preservation
of wild life, and also bringing with them some wild birds,
hawks, kestrels, owls, etc., for you to see.
There will be the usual games and quizzes with a few of
the players coming along to join in the fun, and we'll also
be doing
the -Mascot Draw for the Sheffield United,
Barnsley, Millwall, Crystal Palace and Leeds United
games. It promises to be a great evening so make a note in
vour diaries and be sure not to miss it.
NEW MEMBERS ARE MOST WELCOME TO COME ALONG AND JOIN ON THE NIGHT.
NEW MEMBERS ARE MOST WELCOME TO COME
ALONG AND JOIN ON THE NIGHT.

JUNIOR LATICSARE MOST WELCOME TO COME ALONG AND JOIN ON THE NIGHT. Welcolnc lo tlie ncw snason

Welcolnc lo tlie ncw snason to all our mnmhnrs. A snnson tllnl wo 1101)c will
Welcolnc lo tlie ncw snason to all our mnmhnrs. A snnson
tllnl wo 1101)c will ho as oxciting ns tlin Inst onn, 1,111 which
liopof~~llywill hring 11stlinl nxtrn hit nl luck lo tnkn 11s1111
into tho top flight this tinio round.
During tlin summer ovnr 100 monil>nrs n~idprlrruitn
o~rjoy~?rln slrpnr dny 0111 nt Liglitwntnr Vnllt,y, r1111lIIIUItlirr~ii
ICRI~~Swn ol~torrtlin tlio Grr:nlt:r M;~n~.h~!stttrPg,lit:#r
ICRI~~Swn ol~torrtlin tlio Grr:nlt:r M;~n~.h~!stttrPg,lit:#r LATICS SPONSORKIT SEASON 1987-88 MANY THANKS TO ALL THE
ICRI~~Swn ol~torrtlin tlio Grr:nlt:r M;~n~.h~!stttrPg,lit:#r LATICS SPONSORKIT SEASON 1987-88 MANY THANKS TO ALL THE
LATICS SPONSORKIT SEASON 1987-88 MANY THANKS TO ALL THE SPONSORS OF PLAYERS KIT FULL KIT
LATICS SPONSORKIT SEASON 1987-88
MANY THANKS TO ALL THE SPONSORS OF PLAYERS KIT
FULL KIT f100
PLAYER BOOTS f25 SOCKS £ 15 SHORTS £20 SHIRT f25 TRACKSUIT f30 Andy GORAM Gary
PLAYER
BOOTS f25
SOCKS £ 15
SHORTS £20
SHIRT f25
TRACKSUIT f30
Andy GORAM
Gary HOOLlCKlN
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Denis IRWIN
Trevor Hall - Isle of Wight - Trevor Hall - Isle of Wight - Trevor Hall - isle of Wight
1 P& J Guinan
Alan Worthington & Sons (Rhodes) - Alan Worthington & Sons
William DONACHIE
Andy Barlow
Brvn Cocker
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Boundaw Park Juniors - Boundarv Park Juniors
Oldham Athletic Supporters in the South O.A.S.I.S.
B. T. Management Services - B. T. Management Services - B. T. Management Services
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Tommy WRIGHT
Gary WILLIAMS
Mike MlLLlGAN
Nelson Inn Blues - Nelson Inn Blues - Nelson Inn Blues - Nelson Inn Blues
Replacement Windows & Doors by I. Riley (Joinek&BGlders)-
Crompton Engineering - Crompton Engineering - Crompton Engineering
John Ryan
1
Mike CERERE
I Wendy Dyer
Tony ELLIS
Andy GORTON
If you would like to sponsor a players full kit or part then contact Alan Hardy on 061-652-0966
HOMEFIXTURES Match Sponsors BRADFORDCITY, Tue. 18.8.87 SalfordAutornatics/Owl PlasticslMontys MatchballSponsors '
HOMEFIXTURES
Match Sponsors
BRADFORDCITY, Tue. 18.8.87
SalfordAutornatics/Owl PlasticslMontys
MatchballSponsors '
Royal Bank of Scotland
MANCHESTERCITY Sat. 22.8.87 Dannimac
MANCHESTERCITY Sat. 22.8.87
Dannimac

Topo Gigio Paul Stuart & Co.

HUDDERSFIELDTOWN Mon. 31.8.87 Yorkshire Imp Metals
HUDDERSFIELDTOWN Mon. 31.8.87
Yorkshire Imp Metals
SHEFFIELD UTD Sat. 12.9.87 S. K. Electronics Kenyon Paints BARNSLEYSat. 26.9.87 Dannimac Jowett StreetJoiners
SHEFFIELD UTD Sat. 12.9.87
S. K. Electronics
Kenyon Paints
BARNSLEYSat. 26.9.87
Dannimac
Jowett StreetJoiners
MILLWALLTue. 29.9.87
Madge& Hoyle
RolliteBlinds
CRYSTALPALACE Fri. 16.10.87
Salford Automatics
LEEDSUTD Tue. 20.10.87 Warburtons Norweb BIRMINGHAMCITY Sat. 31.10.87 Dannimac C.C.A.
LEEDSUTD Tue. 20.10.87 Warburtons
Norweb
BIRMINGHAMCITY Sat. 31.10.87 Dannimac
C.C.A.
ASTON VILLA Sat. 14.11.87 Able Hire Co. Myson Heating PLYMOUTH ARGYLE Sat 28.11.87 Salford
ASTON VILLA Sat. 14.11.87
Able Hire Co.
Myson Heating
PLYMOUTH ARGYLE Sat 28.11.87
Salford Automatics/OwllPlastics/Montys
Junior Latics Club
LEICESTERCITY Sat. 12.12.87 HULL CITY Mon. 28.12.87 Crompton Engineering Madge & Hoyle Bardsley Car Hire
LEICESTERCITY
Sat.
12.12.87
HULL CITY Mon.
28.12.87
Crompton Engineering
Madge & Hoyle
Bardsley Car Hire
Neil Mellor (Butchers)
MIDDLESBROUGH Fri. 1.1.88 HermeticRubber WEST BROMWICH ALB Sat. 16.1.88 Ashdene & Windsor G. Andrews READING
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HermeticRubber
WEST BROMWICH ALB Sat. 16.1.88
Ashdene &
Windsor
G. Andrews
READING Sat. 6.2.88 Bradbury's
of Oldham
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SWINDONTOWN Sat.
12.3.88
Salford Automatics/Owl Plastics Montys
O.A.S.I.S,
SHREWSBURY TOWN
Sat. 26.3.88
C. McCall
Rollite Blinds
BLACKBURNROVERS Fri. 1.4.88
The Martin Group
Kenyon Paints
STOKE CITY Sat. 9.4.88
Armitage Shanks
Newbank Garden Centre
IPSWlCHTOWN Sat. 30.4.88 Modern Windows
BOURNEMOUTHSat. 7.5.88 Jowen StreetJoiners
BOURNEMOUTHSat. 7.5.88
Jowen StreetJoiners
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with A1 at Knottingley. MIDDLESBROUGH, WILL YOU? Support Athletic at away games as well as
with A1 at Knottingley.
MIDDLESBROUGH, WILL YOU?
Support Athletic at away games as well
as at home, bookings are now being
taken in the souvenir sho~for the
following away trips.
FOOTBALL LEAGUE DIVISION TWO
Middlesbrough v Athletic
Saturdav. 29th Auaust. 1987. Kick-off
A1 north to junction with A168
A168 to junction with A19 at Thirsk
A19 north to
lngleby Arncliffe, junction
@$!
with A172
A172 to Middlesbrough.
Ayresome Park is on your right just
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3.0op.rn:
off the A172 as you approach the town
centre.
Depart Boundary Park 11.30p.m.
Fare: £4.80.
GOING BY CAR?
Here is your RAC route to our away
game at
MIDDLESBROUGH
ULDHAM
A627(M) to M62
M62 east to intersection 33, junction
MIDDLESBROUGH ADMISSION PRICES
East End Stand - Ayresome Park
Road, Seats €5.00 Adults; €3.00
JuniorslO.A.P.'s
Standing €3.00 All Classes,
Programme 60p on sale tnside and
outside the ground.
\\ 7'1
JuniorslO.A.P.'s Standing €3.00 All Classes, Programme 60p on sale tnside and outside the ground. \\ 7'1
JuniorslO.A.P.'s Standing €3.00 All Classes, Programme 60p on sale tnside and outside the ground. \\ 7'1
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SOUVENIRS 1978188 SUPPO~FRBags X Large c7,g0 SWEATSHIRTS Supponers Bags Large ~7.30 Adult Sizes 134" Upwards1
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WARNING TV SURVEILLANCE This ground is equipped with CLOSED CIRCUIT TELEVISION I Installed with the
WARNING TV
SURVEILLANCE
This ground is equipped with
CLOSED CIRCUIT
TELEVISION
I
Installed with the help of a grant from the Football Trust. I
It is there to increase crowd safety and to help the police.
Recording facilities enable film and photographs to be
taken of disorder, which may subsequently be used in a
court of law.
The Football Trust is funded entirely by the pools
companies Littlewoods, Vernons and Zetters from then-
Spotting-the-Ball competition.
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OLDHAM ATHLETIC
ASSOCIATION
FOOTBALL CLUB
I Boundary Park,
Oldham OL12PA.
Tel: 061-624 4972
I
3'/, x 2%
1 Commercial deoartment:
5~3%
061-652 0966
Physiotherapy cl~nic:
061-678 0455
Community programme1
Pitch hire
061-678 8464
President: R. Schofield.
Chairman: I. H. Stott.
Board of Directors:
D.
A.
Brierley (Vice chairman),
R.
Adams, G. T. Butterworth,
P. Chadwick, N. Holden,
J. C. Slevin, D. R. Taylor.
Team manaaer: J. Rovle
Secretary: P. M. ~ough
Assistant Secretary:
back to Boundary rarK ror a season that alr
-at!cs fanatrcs will talk of lost seasons event
M. Blackbourne
comu an
Commercial manager:
Luck pre
A. Hardy
Coaching staff:
must fac
W. Donachie, W. Urmson
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Youth Development and
Scouring:
two places ,itd do so mnsi be .,I* objectlv? Il~rsydr
Once agaln the summer iia~scxn the tradltlonal cornlngs and goings
that have been a trademark of the Lat~csregent h~storyThe golngs are
J. Cassell. G. Hollinshead
Physiotherapist:
part~cularlytragic. as conttnit~gbreeds succesa, so ev~denttn L~ver&nl by
u
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*ha hfinr~eys~rlegrants 111re *I>!years We hav~?f~stour hlghly regarded
I. Liversedge M.C.S.P., S.R.P.
Hon medical off~cer:
",<
secrelaq
r Tom F1nt8r., w&&!A
'9 llgs been d 4h*)part of rhe "Team"
J. W. Kelso
during m
Assistant medical officer:
wish the
R.
B. Hollos
Hoiigh. C
Toni luck ~PQe~lrst01v1sconand
f%m Cambrrdge Ph~l
Iost not ogly our club
Blue Bond club manager:
Ldptalri, bg&&t<:arn
r.l~~tsr~l^'ierr~.wMoore has .lot$
to the Flrst
G. A. Lawton
vhew ~#nfortt
Community programme
ryi~tedus,
t
manager:
J.
R. Platt
lift^ that her
?edand Kev~l
FRONT COVER: Tommy Wright
displays the feelings felt by all the
Latics fans after Leeds United
play-off win on the away goals rule.
ere suppl~edby
the
HMVshop
Town Square, Oldham
Latics fans after Leeds United play-off win on the away goals rule. ere suppl~edby the HMVshop
-- KEVIN MOORE - THE FACTS will NOT be an ALL TICKET game, although new

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-- KEVIN MOORE - THE FACTS will NOT be an ALL TICKET game, although new club
-- KEVIN MOORE - THE FACTS will NOT be an ALL TICKET game, although new club
-- KEVIN MOORE - THE FACTS will NOT be an ALL TICKET game, although new club
-- KEVIN MOORE - THE FACTS will NOT be an ALL TICKET game, although new club
-- KEVIN MOORE - THE FACTS will NOT be an ALL TICKET game, although new club
KEVIN MOORE - THE FACTS will NOT be an ALL TICKET game, although new club
KEVIN MOORE - THE FACTS will NOT be an ALL TICKET game, although new club
It will
be on the air on Friday's at 1.30 pm and 6.30
A lot of Athletic fans are understandably disgruntled
pm and Saturday mornings at 9.30 am.
with the departure of Kevin Moore to Southampton
for £125.000. To try and clear up
some misunder-
secretary Phil Hough says the new Membership
Schemecould cause problems early on, and all Latics
fans who usually stand in the paddocks and who do
standings we are pleasedto print the true facts of the
not already have season tickets are
urged to make
deal. The proof of the pudding
in the Kevin Moore
themselves members as soon as possible.
saga was that Moore only agreed to join Athlet~cif he
I'HIL ARRIVES
!6 year old Phil Hough has
succeeded Tom as secre-
:ary. Phil first entered foot-
ball in 1980 as Assista.nt
Secretary with Lincoln City
and becamethew Secretary
was made available for transfer to any
First Division
in 1982. He has also
been
Club on Athletic failing to make it to the First Division
TOM LEAVES
SecretaryTom Finn left the Club at the end of July to
AssistantSecretaryatShef-
themselves. Moore also had written into his
contract
take up a similar appointment with West Ham United. field Wednesday before
that his selling price should not be more than what
Tom had been at the club for 11 years, eight as
MIND YOUR LANGUAGE
Towards the end of last season we introduced the
Latics Clean Air Bill which wasdesigned to cut out the
bad language used by a small minority of spectators.
Wewould like to remind everyone that our campaign
continues td make Boundary Park one of the best
grounds for the family to attend. Please give us your
full support.
Athletic had paid. Then andonlythen would he
agree
Secretary. He was well
respected within the Football
to join OldhamAthlet~c.AthletlcManagerJoeRovlein
fact pulled a master stroke by gettlng Southamptonto
Leagueas well as in the town and had many friends in
the area.
joining Cambridge United
in 1985 as Seqetary.
Phil is martled to Tracy
but as yet have no family.
MATCH TICKET NEWS
Seat Tickets for the games against Manchester City
pay above
the price already agreed in Moore's Obviously all attheclubwish Tom and hiswife Jean
Tracy believe it or not, thiscoming Saturday and HuddersfieldTownon Bank
contract, in order to make a small profit on the deal. all the best for the future.
Everyone at Boundary Park wanted Moore to stay.
and agreed to all his demands, but at the end of the
day the decision to leave was KEVIN MOORES.
Tom is seen receiving a Royal Doulton Dinner
works for Barclays Bank.
The Football Lea ues new
-
service from Commercial
Team manager Joe Royle,
the staff.
Manager Alan Hardy and
presented on behalf of all
sponsor. Phil andTracy will
Holiday Monday are available from the Main ticket
office.
Prices: Weatherseal Main Stand:
be moving tothe area in the very near future. Phil
says
of
his appointment,
"I am delighted
to
join
a
GLENN JOINS ATHLETIC
progressive 2nd Division Club and look forward to the
Manager Joe Royle reacted swiftly on returning from
the Isle of Man by
signing Blackburn Rovers captain
Glenn Keeley. The fee is to be decided by a tribunal.
challenge ahead and following in the footsteps of
Tom Finn who was a very effic~entclub secretary."
Welcome Phil and Tracy from all at Bounday Park.
After Kevin Moore's departure to Southampton,
Centre f5.50~All Classes (Members Only).
Grey £4.50 Adults €3.00 0.A.P'sIJuniors (Members
Only).
White €5.50Adults £3.00 0.A.P'sNuniors
Martins Family Stand: €5.50~Adults f2.00 Juniors
(Members Only).
TICKETS ARE ALSO AVAILABLE FOR THE MARTINS
O.A.F.C. MEMBERSHIP
SCHEME
Latics defensive strength was further depleted with
Athletic fansBre reminded that in order forthe club to
news that Eire International defender Aaron
Cal-
regard- f3'00 Adults
Members
comply with the latest government guidelines
laghan sustained a serious ankle injuri! in the
ing football grounds that the Martins Stand, Martins
Paddock, Weatherseal Paddocks, and Weatherseal
f2'00
& O.A.P's.
pre-season warm up games in the
Isle of
Man
all Other
areas Only. Of the ground is by
International Football festival. But thanks to Joe's
swift action Latics fans can now look forward to the
new season in the knowledge that Latics once again
mean business.
Keeley's career started with lpswich Town from
Payment at the turnstile. But please note that it is
stand ~l~~andG~~~~~~~k~,are for M~MB~R~oNLy,
MEMBERS ONLY in all parts of the ground except the
An Application Form for ~~~b~~~hi~can be
up from the CLUBS MAIN OFFICE.
ISLE OF MAN SOCCER FESTIVAL
Latics Coach Willie Donachie was very satisfied with NEW CLUB DIRECTOR
where he joined Newcastle United in a €70,000 deal
before joining Blackburn Rovers 2 years later for
€30,000. Blackburn wanted £60.000 for the experien-
ced defender but Manager Joe Royle has offered
much less than the asking priceand the deal will go to
Latics Isle of Man trip, with all the players being given
a run out in the pre-season build
up. Athletic left for
the Isle of Mgn Festivalwith
a 3-0 victory over Bolton
During the close season the club recruited a new
director when Mr Norman Holden accepted the
Boards invitation to become a club director.
Mr Holden a local man with businessinterests inthe
Wanderers under their belts and went on to draw with
1-0. leisure industry is also Presidentof Oldham Weather-
Bury 1-1, beat Galway 1-0 and loseto ~~~d~~
a tribunal.
Coach Willie Donachiesaid the results were unimpor- seal Cricket Club.
WERNETH CHAMPIONS
The first WEATHERSEALI'LATICS' Cricket K.O. Cup
Winners were Werneth who deafeatedAusterlands in
the final. They received a cheque for f200 and the
Latics K.O. Cup from Athletic Chairman Ian Stott. The
competition was a hugesuccess and it is hoped to run
the competition next year.
tant. match fitness and getting backinto the grooveof
playing was the order of the day, although Stoke City
OBITUARY
It was with great sadness that we learned
recently of the death of one of our most loyal
supporters. Peter Haslam of Grosvenor Way,
Royton had been a season ticket holder for
almost 40 years. He will be sadly missed by all
his friendsat Boundary Parkandthecondolen-
ces of everyone at the club goes to his
bereaved family.
contributed most to the teams performance each WILLIAMS OUT UNTIL XMAS Gary Williams, Athletic's versatile
contributed most to the teams performance each
WILLIAMS OUT UNTIL XMAS
Gary Williams, Athletic's versatile WingerIMidfield
player, has been advised by doctors that he
is
An independent panel of judges will determine
each months result and the award will be presented
suffering from a hernia problem wh~chat f~rstwas
before the first home game the following month. The
thoughtto be a stomach muscle strain. Gary will
have
ANOTHER ANDY
award for August will
be made at the Sheffield United
to have an operation and will be Out of contention for
a place in the side until Christmas, which will mean his
pace and scoring ability will be badly missed.
The first Team Squad was further strengthened last
week when Andy Ritchie joined
United, again the fee will
be set
the club from Lee&
by a tribunal.
SUPPORTERS NEWS
It must be getting quite confusing out on the field
with no less than nine playerswith the christian name
Piccadilly Radio have introduced a new feature called
CITY GAME NOT ALL TICKET
Athletic's game against neighbours Manchester City
Supporters News' featuring Athletic, United and
City
of ANDREW!!!!!
the bulletin will give Match Ticket and general
information about the club.
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Relegated Aston Villa invested heavily in two new players during the summer, paying Celtic £225.000
Relegated Aston Villa invested heavily in two new players during the summer, paying Celtic £225.000
Relegated Aston Villa invested heavily in two new players during the summer, paying Celtic £225.000
Relegated Aston Villa invested heavily in two new players during the summer, paying Celtic £225.000
Relegated Aston Villa invested heavily in
two new players during the summer,
paying
Celtic £225.000 for striker Alan
Mclnally and Wimbledon £110,000 for
defender Kevin Gage. Mclnally was in-
jured in a pre-seasonmatch, adding to the
immense
problems
of
new
manager

Graham Taylor. "I know that I am expected to get the club back into the First Division," said Mr Taylor. "But I can't work miracles. It has become clear to me, after a few warm-up matches, that I need at least four new players. I don't know if the right ones are available." Villa raisedthe money fortheir new men by selling left-backTony Dorigo to Chelsea for £475,000. Gary Williams, another full- back, was sold to Leeds for f250.000 so Mr

back, was sold to Leeds for f 2 5 0 . 0 0 0 so Mr
Taylorhad someofthecash in hand he will need for the new men is is seeking. Relegated
Taylorhad someofthecash in hand he will
need for the new men is is seeking.
Relegated Manchester City's new team-
manager Mel Machin felt
his first task was
to of-load some of his players. He didn't
really want to lose Republic of Ireland
international centre-back Mick McCarthy
but Celtic's f500.000 offer was too good to

refuse. Another centre-back. Nickv Reid. has

tional forward Mark Barham for £100.000. When Reading sold Kerry Dixon to Chelsea in 1980 they were fortunate enough to find another striker who was an even more prolific scorer than his predecessor. Dixon scored 51 goals in his three seasons with Reading before moving into First Division and internation- al football. Trevor Senior, who followed him into the Readingteam, scored 123 goals in four seasons at Elm Park. But he has now moved intothe First Division with Watford, who paid £325,000 for him. Reading manager Ian Branfoot signed two new strikers during the summer, hoping that one of them will follow in Dixon's and Senior's footsteps. Colin Gordon scored 17 goals in each of his first two seasons with Swindon and was then snapped up by Wimbledon in 1986. He didn't get many opportunities in the Dons' successfbl side last season, though, so he is hoping to prove himself with Reading, who paid f90.000 for him. Francis Joseph more than proved his goal poaching qualities in his early days with Brentford, hitting 24 and 22 in successive seasons. He then had the misfortune to break a leg and he never

Brentford, hitting 2 4 and 2 2 in successive seasons. He then had the misfortune to
Brentford, hitting 2 4 and 2 2 in successive seasons. He then had the misfortune to
He then had the misfortune to break a leg and he never moved to Blackburn .whilst
He then had the misfortune to break a leg and he never moved to Blackburn .whilst
He then had the misfortune to break a leg and he never moved to Blackburn .whilst
He then had the misfortune to break a leg and he never moved to Blackburn .whilst
moved to Blackburn .whilst right-back Andy May has joined Huddersfield for really recaptured his old
moved to
Blackburn .whilst right-back
Andy May has joined Huddersfield for really recaptured his old magic at Griffin
f35,OOO. Huddersfield have also signed
ich
City's former England interna-
Park. He hopes the fresh challenge at
Reading will hel~him to find his

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their First Division side. He moved on to
Bradford in 1984,leading their scoring list with
17 goals last season.
Mark Leonard and Ian Ormandroyd are
contenders for a place in attack. Leonard grew
up with Everton but made his League debut as
a Tranmere player, whilst on loan, in 1982183.
He moved on to Crewe at the end of that season
and Stockport signed him a year later. In
1985186 he was their top scorer with 23 goals.
Bradford signed him last season.
Ormondroyd played ten games for Oldham,
during a loan spell, last season. A Bradford
discovery, he made his League debut two
seasons ago.
It seems likely that Stuart McCall, Tony
Clegg, Robbie Savage, Leigh Palin and Mark
Ellis wil be in contention for midfield places.
McCall developed in the junior teams at
Valley Parade, making his first-team debut in
1982,since when he has been a permanent
member of he side. Stuart is an England "B"
international.
Clegg served his apprenticeship with the
club and made his first League appearance
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Though Bradford City spent much of last
season fighting to stave off relegation, they
finished in such style as to suggest they could
well be more seriously concerned this season
with promotion.
Bradford's fortunes began to change after
manager Terry Dolan signed Ron Futcherfrom
Oldham in March. Bradford lost only one of
their remaining ten games, Ron scoring four
times in 10appearances. This season he seems
likely to team up with last season's top scorer
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spent the season on loan to Wrexham. In 1983 he was transferred to Stoke City
spent the season on loan to Wrexham. In 1983
he was transferred to Stoke City but, within
~eeks, he was playing for Bournemouth.
3radford signed him for £35.000 last season.
Palin was a reserve player with Aston Villa
but got a couple of League games whilst on
loan to Shrewsbury in 1984185.At the end of
that season he was transferred to Nottingham
Forest but he didn't get into their senior side.
He moved on to Bradford in
Ellis is another Bradford discovery who has been in the first-team squad since making his
Ellis is another Bradford discovery who has
been in the first-team squad since making his
debut in 1981.
During the summer Mr Dolan made two
major signings. Goalkeeper Paul Tomlinson
came from Sheffield United, defender Lee
Sinnott from Watford.
Tomlinson rose through the ranks with
Sheffield United and held the first-team place
for the season after making his debut in
November 1983.Last season he spent a loan
period with Birmingham.
TomCinson's arrival will place pressure on
Peter Litchfield, who has been holding the job
for the past two seasons.A reserve player with
Bolton and Manchester City, Peter got his
League break with Preston in 1981.Bradford
signed him in 1985.
Sinnott won England youth honours during
his early days with Walsall and made a big
impression when introduced to the Saddlers'
League eleven in 1982.A year later he was
transferred to Watford for £100.000 and he
played for the Hornets against Everton in the

1984 F.A. Cup final. Gavin Oliver and David Evans ended last

season in the' central defensive positions. Oliver broke into Leaguefootball with Sheffield Wednesday in 1981
season in the' central defensive positions.
Oliver broke into Leaguefootball with Sheffield
Wednesday in 1981 and, during-hisearly days,
went on loan to Tranmere. Three seasons ago
hejoined Bolton on loan and it was in 1985that
he joined Bradford.
Evans made a couple of League appearances
for Aston Villa before joining Halifax in 1979.
For five years he was a fixture in their back four
and he
has been. in the Bradford side consis-

tently since his transfer in 1984. Greg Abbott and Brian Mitchell.filled the right-back spot last season. Abbott, once with Coventry, got his chance in League soccer with Bradford in 1982183,Mitchell was signed from Aberdeen last season Chris Withe and Karl Goddard played on the left side ot the defence. Withe made two appearances in ~ewcastle's League eleven during 1980181 but it was after moving to Bradford in 1983 that he played regularly at League level. Goddard developed with Manchester United but was'not a first-teamer at Old Trafford. Bradford signed him in 1986.

developed with Manchester United but was'not a first-teamer at Old Trafford. Bradford signed him in 1
developed with Manchester United but was'not a first-teamer at Old Trafford. Bradford signed him in 1
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Greenacres, Oldham, receiving his WINGS HOLI-
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about the
introduction of a huge new prize.
NEW UMBRO REPLICAKIT
At the time of going to
press the new
There has been no time for holidays at the
BLUE BOND CLUB, because throughout
the members have won a
prize with 845 consolation prizes paid
out!!! This doesn't include the fitted
kitchen worth £1,000 that was won by
Wendy Mellor of Royton, or the £500 fitted
bathroom won by Mrs. B. Hatchel of
Milnrow. Also two lucky members
Umbro Replica Kit had not arrived in the
received
f250 worth of Wings Holidays
Club Sh6p but it is expectd
at any time. We
have however a wide range
availableand a full price list appears On
page 22.
each, Steven Spencer of Failsworth and
Mrs. G.Sheridan of Oldham, who you can
seepictured receivinghervouchers onthis
page.
GET ON YOUR RUNNING SHOES
The 5th Annual T.S.B. Oldharn 10K Road
Race will take place on Sunday, 20th
BLUE BOND RESULTS
Last week's £100 Blue Bond winners were:
September, 1987. The start time is 12 Sat.,8th Aug A3215
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noon.
Entry forms are available from the club.
Either call at the Club Shop or send a s.a.e.
to The T.S.B. Oldham IOK, Boundary Park,
Oldham OL1 2PA.
This will be the 5th running of the event
and it's expected to be more popular than
ever, every finisher gets a superb medal
and the entry fee has been held at £3.00 per
on, £2.50 for AAA Members.
Sun., 9th Aug K5385
Mon., 10thAug 80787
Brian Seville, Oldham
Bertha Hardiyan,Chadderton
BlynRose, Oldham
Tue., 11thAug DO497 M.Thomas, Shaw
Wed., 12thAug
E0443
Thur.,
13th Aug 84403
Charles McDowell, Milnrow
L. Ogden, Chadderton
Frl., 14th Aug
H2158 J.
Kelly, High Crompton
PLAYOFF SEMI-FINAL SECOND LEG
In addition there were 87 consolation
prizes. Are you a Member? If not - why
not? See page 7 of this programme for
ATHLETIC 2 LEEDS UTD 1
details of prizes and how to join.
ACTION FROM THAT TEARFUL DAY LAST MAY .
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