Martin Carruthers Professional Association Football Player
Martin George Carruthers is a former English footballer who played as a forward who played for Aston Villa, Hull City Stoke City, Peterborough United, York City, Darlington, Southend United, Scunthorpe United, Macclesfield Town, Boston United, Lincoln City and Cambridge United.
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Arnold Town F.C. Football
Arnold Town F.C. is a football club based in Arnold, Nottinghamshire, England. It was formed in 1989 following a merger between Arnold F.C. and Arnold Kingswell F.C. It reached the 5th round of the FA Vase in the season 2001–02 and again in 2005–06. The club plays in the Northern Counties East Football League Premier Division. Arnold Town was formed in 1989 following a merger between the old established Arnold F.C. and Arnold Kingswell. The new club adopted the yellow of Arnold F.C. and the blue of Kingswell and established themselves at the King George V Ground – usually referred to as Gedling Road. From the Central Midlands League, the Eagles moved into the NCE Division 1 and then after a single season into the NCEL Premier Division. In 2002 the Eagles had their best run in the FA Cup in recent years when they reached the 4th Qualifying Round before going out to Conference club Scarborough in front of a Gedling Road crowd of over 900. The club won its first piece of silverware since 1999 back in May 2005 as they lifted the Notts Senior Cup. A goal from Scott Huckerby was enough to give the Eagles a 1–0 victory over Eastwood Town in front of a crowd of more than 650.