Striker Karl enjoyed a lengthy playing career that included spells
with Chesterfield, Burton Albion, Belper Town and Bromsgrove Rovers among
several others. He briefly played for the Romans in 2005 and returned to Hillsfield as
Assistant Manager to Mark Wilson in
September 2014 after holding a similar role with Ashby Ivanhoe.
Nat Pearson (D.O.B. / / )
Midfielder who played most of
his football for Rocester in the reserve team. He did, however, make 7 first
team appearances during the 2008-09 season.
James came through the youth and reserve team ranks at Chasetown before
spending two seasons in the Midland Alliance with Oldbury United.
for Rocester in July 2010 after playing the two previous seasons with
Staffordshire rivals Biddulph Victoria,
but left a year later to join Stafford Town. Made 28 appearances.
Leon Pugh (D.O.B.
Popular left-back who
was with Wolves as a junior before moving into non-league with Wolverhampton
Casuals. He had a spell playing for Melville United in New Zealand before
returning to West Midlands League football with Heath Town Rangers.
Having spent the 2010-11 season with Tipton Town and Spalding United, Leon
signed for Rocester in July 2011 but left six months later after making 27
appearances and scoring three goals.
(D.O.B. February 1983)
A contender for the shortest
ever spell with the club - Simon was injured less than five minutes into his
debut after coming on as a substitute in the Midland Alliance fixture at
Shifnal Town in August 2007. The injury kept him out for the rest of the
season and he never returned. A creative midfielder, he joined Rocester from