Ballingry United (BAL)
CoachPaul Cockayne
StadiumBallingry Arena (40000)
CaptainRhory Mooney
Bank3734
Coaching Points3
One Touch Football10
Morale0.69 (0.14)
LeagueOrigin Division 2: 2nd
EstablishedSeason 24 (2011)
NicknameThe Oozers
Following (Avg)33,161 (27,603)
Club Record
OverallDiv 1
Wins930
Draws590
Losses970
Pct.0.4920.000
Previous Names
Starmundo F.C. (STA)S24 - S30
Past Coaches
Leon Permentier (S24-30), Steve Boyle (S31-31),
Trophy Cabinet
Competition#Seasons
Division 2 Runner Up125
Division 3 Runner Up136
The Manager Cup Winner126
Wooden Spoon132
Name  (21 Players)PosASLELPU
John Sieveright GK226417
David Marshall GK5151000
Craig Bateson SW421580
Peter Lister DF324526
Ben Nevis DF224557
Michael Fleming DF421660
Billy Mcneil DF6191000
Eddy Borough DF1171007
Terrence Clark Boyle DF6131000
John Boyle DF7101000
Scott Hastie MF327437
Alex McClure MF121756
Paul McStay MF5161000
Ken Tyre MF0151007
Peter Leslie WG327547
Rhory Mooney (c)WG525465
Abe Dean WG1211006
Alexander Dow FW226557
George Scanlan FW421660
Jimmy Smith FW6181000
Glen Coe FW0151007
Players With Special Abilities
Jimmy Smith Swansong
Scott Hastie Passer
Unavailable For TradeMatches
None
Team Form
Last 10: wWddLwWdWL
MVP: ---
Team DPs: 208
Rivals
Ballingry United are rivals to 0 teams.
Recent Transactions
February 25, 2017
Auction 2: Acquired 3 CPs.
January 14, 2017
1/10 DF Eddy Borough (Bosman) signs in the draft.
0/8 FW Glen Coe (250k) is promoted to the senior squad.
0/8 MF Ken Tyre (250k) is promoted to the senior squad.
August 30, 2016
0/8 WG Abe Dean (250k) is promoted to the senior squad.
0/8 MF Alex McClure (250k) is promoted to the senior squad.
1/13 DF Ben Nevis (Bosman) signs in the draft.
March 9, 2016
1/10 DF Peter Lister (Bosman) signs in the draft.
0/8 FW Alexander Dow (250k) is promoted to the senior squad.
0/8 GK John Sieveright (250k) is promoted to the senior squad.
October 14, 2015
0/6 WG Peter Leslie (150k) is promoted to the senior squad.
0/6 DF George Hutchison (150k) is promoted to the senior squad.
Team Needs

Time, patience, structure, planning, luck, understanding, alcohol, inspiration, creativity, molasses, dedication, fresh fruit, loose women, religion, concentration, technique, warm underwear

Season 37 Kit
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Last 10 Matches
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42 May 27 W2 - 0@Rufous Division 2
41 May 26 W5 - 2Reading Division 2
39 May 20 D0 - 0@Hamilton Division 2
38 May 19 D2 - 2@Dalgety Division 2
36 May 13 L4 - 5Aberdon Division 2
35 May 12 W2 - 1@Weymouth Division 2
33 May 06 W2 - 1Birmingham Division 2
32 May 05 D1 - 1@Spartak Division 2
30 Apr 29 W2 - 1Barcayr Division 2
29 Apr 28 L0 - 2Allstars Division 2
About Ballingry United

Ballingry Rovers F.C. were a Scottish junior football club based in Glencraig, Fife. Their home ground was Ore Park.

The club was founded in 1952 by Mr Andrew and Mrs Janet Clark of Ballingry Road with the aid of Jean Coron, originally playing at the King George VI Park in Crosshill. A successful amateur side for many years, the club stepped up to the junior grade in 2004. Their record in ten years of junior football was P 396, W 171, D 69, L 156, F 780, A 725.

The SJFA restructured prior to the 2006–07 season, and Rovers found themselves in the twelve-team East Region, Central Division. They finished third in their first season in the division and won the championship the following campaign.

The team were managed between October 2014 and their demise by former Aberdeen defender Willie Garner.

Coach's Bio: Paul Cockayne

Ballingry's manager, Paul Cockayne, is happy to say that he has led an interesting life.  He has not set foot on the moon or sailed single-handed round the world in a teacup, but nevertheless, in a small way, he feels content as he looks back from what is his 62nd year in existence.

Music has been a major part of his life, and his love of jazz (he plays vibes and piano) once found him on stage with a very drunk Humphrey Lyttleton.  Less auspicious were his experiences of providing backing music to performing dogs and a telelpathic chicken.

His games playing has led to some small success at bridge (two cups currently adorn his mantlepiece) - many hours playing cricket have yielded a lifetime batting average under five, although he does have a claim to fame in once having been responsible for conceding 8 runs from a single ball.

After a lengthy career in IT, Cockayne has latterly retrained as a counsellor and has met some amazing people who have left him with a wealth of stories to not tell for confidentiality reasons.

One story he does like to tell is of the time he was greeted by a woman in the local shopping centre.  She looked very familiar but Cockayne was unable to place her.  Rather than admit his failings, he decided to bluff it out, hoping to pick up some clues in the conversation as to who this person was.  Sadly, no clues were forthcoming, and eventually the woman realised.  "You haven't got the faintest idea who I am, have you?" she said.  "No", Cockayne replied, "I'm really sorry but I haven't".  She looked a bit affronted, which was quite understandable.  "I'm Dawn, your ex-wife", she revealed.

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