Adam Flint
A former Tiptree United player who had his career cut short the age of 22. He went into management at Witham Town reserves four years later and was soon promoted to the First team as assistant manager under Danny Greaves. Adam left the club in 2010 and took over the Sunday club Priory Sports and had great success winning the Essex Premier Cup and reaching the last sixteen of the FA Sunday Cup. Adam was offered the Witham Town job late into the 2015/16 campaign with the club facing relegation but he steered them to safety in the space of nine games. Two mid-table finishes followed on one of the smallest budgets in the Isthmian Division One North and in his time, there produced several quality young players before taking up the Blues managership when offered to him in the summer.
James Robinson
Assistant Manager/Coach
James is the grandson of former Tottenham Hotspur and England legend, Jimmy Greaves. He began his coaching career at Witham Town under Adam Flint in 2016 after a prolific non-league career in which he netted over 200 goals in spells with Canvey Island, Heybridge Swifts, Billericay Town, Redbridge, Maldon & Tiptree and Witham Town. James also spent three years playing in Australia for Armadale SC where he became their all-time top-flight goalscorer and represented Western Australia twice. He is currently a Level 2 Coach and in the process of beginning his UEFA B licence.

James Roach
38 year-old James, is UEFA A Licensed Coach. James began his venture into coaching back in 2006, a journey that has taken him to the USA & Bermuda back to Professional clubs here in UK where he has worked at Dagenham & Redbridge, Charlton Athletic and also he spent three years at West Ham United working in their academy. James is currently studying both FA Advanced Youth Award & BSc (hons) in Sport, Fitness & Coaching. He is very organised and methodical, and well respected by people he has previously worked with. James spent the end half of last season as first team coach at Hullbridge Sports in the Essex Senior League.
Nathan Church
26 year-old Nathan has joined the Blues as a coach. Nathan has coached at Chelsea in their academy and more recently Chelmsford City under-18s as well as assisting with analysis for the first team. Nathan has also coached out in the USA several times.

James Good
Goalkeeping Coach
James is an experienced goalkeeper coach who has joined from Southend Manor in the Essex Senior League. James will work closely with the first team and Bostik Development league goalkeepers.
Colin Taylor
Colin has been the main therapist at the ProKit UK Stadium for many seasons and has not missed a first team competitive or non-competitive match is the last ten years.

Calum Kitscha
Calum was signed by Stortford towards the end of February and made his debut in the home fixture against Frome Town. The Blues were Calum’s first senior club as he was in the Community club set-up before playing a number of matches for the reserve side in the Capital League in the 2010/11 season. He then joined Histon, in the National League South, and was with the Cambridge side for three seasons clocking up over 60 appearances. Calum then joined Hayes & Yeading also in the National South at the start of the 2014/15 term. In October 2014 Calum made his one appearance for the England C national side when he played in a 2-0 defeat by Turkey in Istanbul. In July 2015 he joined National League side Cheltenham Town and made his debut for them in a FA Trophy tie against Chelmsford City. After helping the Robins gain promotion into the EFL Calum signed a new one-year deal in June 2016 and made his Football League debut during an EFL Trophy tie against Blackpool. Whilst at Cheltenham he had a spell on loan at Worcester City. He left Cheltenham at the end of the 2016/17 term upon the expiry of his contract and signed for Welling United in November. Before joining Stortford he played a few games for Hoddesdon Town in the Spartan South Midland League. By the end of last season Calum had made 13 appearances for the Blues.

Bobby Mason
Bobby signed this summer from Witham Town where he kept 12 clean sheets in 35 appearances last season, his steady performances saw him pick up the supporters’ player-of-the-year award despite only joining in October. 27-year-old Bobby was previously number one for Thurrock when they won promotion to the Bostik Premier two seasons ago, and has also spent time at Hullbridge Sports in the Essex Senior League.

Shabazz Omofe
Joining the Blues in the close season, Shabazz started his football career at Chelsea before signing a short-term deal with Bristol City where he played for their development squad in the under-23 league. 21-year-old Shabazz then left City to join National League side Bromley in the 2016/17 season. During that campaign he also had a spell with Bognor Regis Town. Last season Shabazz was with Leatherhead n during which time he came on as a substitute in the Tanners’ FA Cup second round tie at Wycombe Wanderers. He also had a spell with near-neighbours Harlow Town. His Stortford debut was against Hitchin Town in August in the Herts Charity Cup.
Chad Cruse
Signed on senior forms in January, Chad is in his second year at the Blues Academy set-up. In the first year he played in midfield but this term has been successfully playing in the left back role. He was called up for the first team for the home fixture versus Banbury United and was an unused substitute in that match and then made his debut away at Hereford when he was in the starting line-up. Chad went on to make fiv senior appearances for Stortford by the conclusion of last season.

Max Brassington
Max made his senior debut for Stortford in a Herts Senior Cup tie away at Hitchin Town in early December. He had earlier this season played in every tie of the under 18s great run in the FA Youth Cup. Max spent seven years in the Colchester United youth set-up and also a spell in Cambridge United’s youth set-up. By the end of last season Max had made 11 first team appearances.

Sam Robbins
25-year-old Sam joined Stortford from Waltham Abbey in the summer. Sam began his career at Wingate & Finchley before moving on to the Abbotts. He spent the last three seasons at Waltham Abbey playing well over 100 games, mainly in central defence where his superb reading of the game, speed and tenacious attitude caught the eye of the management. Sam made his Stortford debut in a Herts Charity Cup tie in early August.

Elliot Wright
21-year-old Elliot Wright has superb pedigree, he spent over ten years at Arsenal before leaving two years ago. Elliot also represented England at U17 level and has even clocked up 10.91 in the 100 metres Essex District final. After a year out of the game via a short injury plagued spell at Waltham Abbey, Elliot is looking to get his football career back on track and joined Stortford in the summer.

Damien Green
Damien, who joined in the summer, is a 25 year-old central defender who originally progressed through the youth set-up at Stortford before leaving for Heybridge Swifts four years ago. A strong, tall and extremely quick defender, Damien finds himself back at his local club after spells at Chelmsford City, Witham Town and most recently Ware.

Marcus Crowther
Only 17 in July, Marcus signed for the first team in last October on the back of some excellent performances with the youth team in the FA Youth Cup that took them through to the second round proper of the competition. He made his first team debut as a substitute in a 4-0 win against Hanwell Town in the FA Trophy and by the end of the season had made 5 appearances in the senior side.

Lewis Dark
29 year-old Lewis joined in the summer from Heybridge Swifts having captained them for the majority of last season, marshalling them to the FA Cup first round and FA Trophy second round as well at the play-offs. A combative and efficient midfield player with high work ethic and superb leadership qualities, Lewis began his career in the academy at Tottenham Hotspur before joining the Centre of Excellence at Brentford. He made his debut for the Bees against Doncaster Rovers in April 2007 and made thre Football League appearances in total before dropping into non league, spending time at Stansted, Redbridge, Maldon & Tiptree, Grays and Thamesmead amongst others.

Elliott Ronto
23 year-old midfielder Elliott has returned to the club for the second time after a superb season at Witham Town in the Bostik Division One North. The Aussie playmaker notched ten goals and19 assists from central midfield last season, earning him the manager’s player-of-the-year award for Witham. A former Australian under18 international Elliott began his career with former A League club Gold Coast United before moving to England and joining Witham two years ago. Elliott was with the Blues in the 2016/17 term and made 22 appearances and notched two goals in that time.
Ryan Charles
22 year-old Ryan arrived at the ProKit UK Stadium from Canvey Island. He is a skilful wide-man capable of scoring spectacular goals from distance. Nicknamed ‘Spider’ – Ryan bagged 10 goals for the Gulls last season including the winner in the play-off semi-ginal against Bowers & Pitsea. Ryan’s previous clubs include Ipswich Town, Needham Market, Witham Town and Stanway Rovers. His Blues debut was as a substitute against Hitchin Town in a Herts Charity Cup tie in August.

Johnville Renee
Johnville began his career at Leyton Orient before leaving for Stoke City at 15-years-old. He spent four years at The Potters before joining AFC Wimbledon in League 2. Comfortable in both defence and midfield, he spent six months at Maldon & Tiptree last season. Johnville made his Stortford debut against Hitchin Town in a Herts Charity Cup tie in August.
Jordan Wescott
22-year-old Jordan impressed in pre-season before the start of last season. He was an outstanding player through the age groups in the Stortford Community side set-up and has had a number of trials with professional clubs. Most of the 2016/17 term was spent with local Essex Senior League side Takeley with whom he made over 40 appearances. Jordan made his Blues debut coming on as a substitute away at Tiverton Town in the first match of the campaign and scored his first goal netting a late equaliser against Farnborough in November. By the end of last season Jordan had made 49 appearances for Stortford and netted three goals.

Jack Thomas
Jack spent two seasons with the Blues academy set-up and gained valuable experience of senior football with Sawbridgeworth Town in the Essex Senior League in the 2016/17 season. He made his Blues first team debut in a Hertfordshire Charity Cup semi-final tie against Hitchin Town last September and has been a major influence in the Blues midfield since then. Jack made 30 appearances for the Blues last term.
Freddie Oakman
Freddie is another member of the club’s under-18 squad that reached the second round of the FA Youth Cup. Freddie was signed on Evo Stik South forms in mid November and was an unused substitute against Farnborough that month. He made his first team debut when coming on as a substitute in a home match against Banbury United in January. He was struck by illness late in the season but had made eight appearances by the end of the campaign.

Jake Cass
25-year-old Jake is a former midfield player turn striker, scoring a bundle of goals for Chalfont St Peter last season in the Evo Stik South-East Division. A strong powerful player who enjoys the physical side of the game, Jake is looking to make a name for himself back at this level after previous spells at Hendon and East Thurrock United earlier in his career.
Chinedu Osadebe
19 year-old Chi joined Stortford in the summer from Witham Town, where he established himself as a regular last season after jumping up from the under-18s. A strong, quick player, there are high hopes Chi can fulfil his potential and progress with Stortford. He made his Blues debut in a Herts Charity Cup tie versus Hitchin Town in August.

Alfie Mason
Alfie was a member of the successful under-18 side that fought their way through to play Colchester United in the second round proper of the FA Youth. He scored twice in extra time when Stortford beat Boreham Wood in the first round. Alfie made his Blues senior debut when coming on as a substitute against Kings Langley in November. He had a short spell at Thurlow Nunn Eastern Leaguers Coggeshall Town in the early part of the New Year. He netted his first senior goal for Stortford when scoring against Slough Town in March. By the end of the season Alfie had made 19 appearances for Stortford and scored two goals.
Jamie Cureton
A former Premier League striker, Jamie joined from Farnborough and made his Blues debut in the New Years Day fixture at home to Royston Town. In a long and varied career he started at Norwich City making his senior debut against Everton in November 1994 and scoring his first senior goal when finding the net versus Chelsea the next month. He has gone on to play for Bristol Rovers, Reading, Queens Park Rangers, Swindon, Colchester United, Exeter City, Leyton Orient and Cheltenham Town and in non-league Dagenham & Redbridge, Eastleigh and St Albans City as well as Farnborough. He was part of the England team that won the Veterans World Cup in in Thailand in June 2017 and he was the star performer scoring in every tie including the 2-0 final victory over Iran. Jamie is employed as an academy coach at the Arsenal with the under-15s and under-16s. Jamie scored his first goal for Stortford in a 1-1 draw at Weymouth in early January and finished with ten goals from twenty matches for the Blues last season.