Eight debut goalscorers for the Clapton CFC men’s first team

43 different players (plus one own goal) so far have scored in competitive games for the Clapton CFC men’s first team. But only eight have scored on their debut…

Paul Oshin: A goal scoring substitute in the first ever league game, a 2-1 win at Ealing Town on the 15/9/18. Paul, still a squad member, has scored three goals so far.

Liam Smyth: Also scored on his debut in the Ealing Town game. Liam went on to score four goals in 75 appearances.

Jake Stevens: Scored twice on debut as a second half substitute in the 11-1 league rout of Hereford Palace in November 2018. Jake scored 15 goals in 43 games before going travelling.

Noah Adejokun: Noah also scored on debut from the bench, securing a 2-0 home win over Sporting Hackney in the league opener to the 19/20 season. Has since found the net 42 times.

Nick Loblack: Usually a centre back, Nick was drafted in as an emergency striker in the FA Vase tie at Wivenhoe Town in August 2019. His goal in the 1-5 defeat would be his only one in 16 appearances.

Greg Moores: Greg scored twice in last season’s 3-0 opening day defeat of Stonewall in the league. Finished the season with six goals in eight games.

Calum Marshall: At 16 years, 11 months, and 25 days, Calum is the club’s joint youngest player, a distinction he shares with Fama Sangare. Scored from the bench in last season’s final home league game, a 5-1 defeat of OIR.

Taylan Gul: Debut goal in the recent 2-2 league draw with Burnham Ramblers. Taylan and Paul Oshin are the only M1T players to have scored in each of their first two league games.

Gary Price