|Date of birth||17 December 1959|
|Place of birth||Mossley, England|
|2004–2006||Maidstone United (assistant)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Alan Walker (born 17 December 1959)is an English former professional footballer. His clubs included Lincoln City, Millwall, and Plymouth Argyle. Walker's most notable time in the professional game was at Gillingham, where he made over 150 Football League appearances.
He has managed several non-league sides including Sittingbourne as player/manager, Tonbridge Angels, Fisher Athletic and Maidstone United. He is currently head of coaching at the Kent County Football Association.
Gillingham Football Club is a professional association football club based in the town of Gillingham, Kent, England. The only Kent-based club in the Football League, the "Gills" play their home matches at the Priestfield Stadium. The team competes in League One, the third tier of the English football league system.
Andrew Hessenthaler is an English football manager and former player who is currently manager of Dover Athletic. He began his career in non-league football and did not turn professional until he joined Watford at the age of 26. In 1996, Hessenthaler joined Gillingham and spent the next ten years at the club as player and later player-manager, managing the club to its highest ever finish in the English football league system and becoming regarded as a legend of the Kent club. After leaving Gillingham, he had a short spell at Barnet, before joining Dover Athletic in 2007. In his two seasons in charge he led the club to successive championships, of Isthmian League Division One South and the Isthmian League Premier Division. After three years at Dover, he became manager at Gillingham for the second time, but his contract was terminated at the end of the 2011–12 season. He returned to the club as assistant manager in 2014, before taking on a similar role at Leyton Orient the following year. In 2016, he was appointed manager of the club, but was sacked later the same year. In November he was appointed manager of Eastleigh, but the following year left to return to Dover.
Brian George Yeo is an English former football striker. He spent almost his entire career playing for Gillingham, for whom he holds the all-time record for the most goals scored in the Football League.
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Stephen Lovell is a Welsh former professional footballer who also managed Gillingham. He played professionally for Crystal Palace, Stockport County, Millwall, Swansea City, Gillingham and AFC Bournemouth and made over 450 Football League appearances.
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William Hanna "Bill" Collins, also popularly known as Buster Collins was a Northern Irish professional footballer. His clubs included Distillery, Belfast Celtic, Luton Town and Gillingham.
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Cyril John Walker was an English professional football player and manager.
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Trevor Carl Lee is an English former professional footballer. He played for Cobham, Epsom & Ewell, Millwall, Colchester United, Gillingham, Leyton Orient, Bournemouth, Cardiff City, Northampton Town and Fulham between 1975 and 1985. He played for Epsom & Ewell in the inaugural FA Vase final, losing 2–1 to Hoddesdon Town in April 1975 but left for a professional career with Millwall in November 1975, signing live on the Today programme with his teammate Phil Walker.
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