- Centre-forward Pat Terry joined Northampton Town in a £5,500 deal
Then in April 2012 he returned to the Wellington side when signing a two-year deal as goalkeeping coach.

Jonathon moved to New Zealand in 2005 and the following year he was appointed manager at Hawkes Bay United, assisted by his father.  He then spent two seasons as assistant-coach at Wellington Phoenix in the Australian A-League before spending last season with title winners Perth Glory.

August 1997 saw him Valley Parade for Celtic where he was to make 158 appearances, win the Scottish Premier Division and get capped by Scotland. 

The son of much-travelled striker and manager Bobby, Jonathon arrived at Priestfield in October 1996 on loan from Bradford City. He made just three appearances in his one month loan spell, his debut coming in a long midweek trip down to Plymouth.

Jonathon Gould (Pictured above) - 1968

He was later on the coaching staff of both Gravesend & Northfleet and Welling, at the latter he was assistant manager to both Ade Pennock and Andy Ford.

A £5,000 fee took him to Wimbledon in July 1984 and spells followed at Koparit (Finland), Crewe Alexandra, Maidstone United, Welling United, Sittingbourne, Erith & Belvedere and Margate before a knee injury enforced his retirement from the game.

Phil's first goal came in a 3-1 win against Chesterfield a month after his debut and his only other goal proved to be of some importance. It was the only goal of the game in a FA Cup First Round tie at AP Leamington which led to the three ties with Everton.

The Chatham born midfielder came through the ranks at Gillingham, initially joining as an apprentice in July 1980 and signing professional terms two years later. He made his Gills debut in a 4-4 home draw with Exeter City in January 1983 and went on to play 36 times, scoring twice.

Phil Handford - 1964

The centre-half arrived from home-town club Wolverhampton Wanderers in August 1928 and made his debut at Torquay United the following month. After just nine appearances for the Gills he moved to Brighton & Hove Albion in the November.

Jack Williams - 1906

Born in Gillingham, the outside-right moved to Priestfield from Luton Town in the summer of 1925 and made his debut in the first game of the 1925-26 campaign against QPR. He was with the club for one season scoring four times in 25 games before making the short move to Chatham Town in June 1926.

Albert Richards - 1903

The Wolverhampton-born centre-half joined the Gills from Brentford in August 1927 and made his debut at Charlton Athletic on the opening day of the season. He made 17 appearances in total that season scoring once, at home to QPR, before joining Stafford Rangers   

Joe Hodnett - 1896


A strong Gillingham side were surprisingly beaten by goals from Sanchez Ming and Jake Hobbs at Park View Road
2009 - Welling United 2-0 Gillingham          Fr      Att: 510

Spanish trialist Pablo Rodriguez scored the only goal of the game from the penalty spot at Oakwood Road
2007 - VCD Athletic 0-1 Gills XI                    Fr

The United Arab Emirates fought back from going behind to a Dean McDonald effort to win by the odd goal in three at Le Touquet
2006 - UAE 2-1 Gillingham                             Fr   

Danny Spiller was on target at Meadow Lane
2005 - Notts Co 2-1 Gillingham                    Fr

Andy Hessenthaler's first game in charge ended in victory as both Mark Saunders and Andy Thomson found the net
2000 - Thamesmead T 0-2 Gillingham       Fr     Att: 285

Mark Saunders, Paul Smith, Micky Galloway, Michael Meaker and James Pinnock were all on target at Broadfield Stadium

1998 - Crawley Town 1-5 Gillingham          Fr     Att: 721