COMMITTEE MEMBERS 2018 / 2019

A big thank you goes out to those participating on our Committee for this year.  The Club is always looking for help, so if you would like to volunteer your time in some capacity please contact us.
 
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Garry Nickisson

President.

2012.

2015.

Stoke City, Gosnells City FC.

Standing, watching football played by all ages.

Stoke City promotion to the Premier League 2007/2008.

Foxtel losing the rights to show all premier league football.

Retired but so busy, I couldn’t work anyway. Love my family and my grandchildren, they keep me young, active and knackered.

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Ossie Pereira

Vice President; Functions Coordinator and Bar Assistant.

1998 – When my son Scott first started playing football as a 5 year old.

2015 – This is my first official year on the Committee, but I’ve always volunteered my services around the club, from line marking the pitches to assisting on Registration Days and working in the Canteen and Bar.

I am a die-hard Chelsea FC fan, and also the Secretary of the official Chelsea Supporters Club – Perth, WA.

I’ve always played central midfield, but in my later years I’ve moved up the field to the #10 position behind the striker (when I’m not injured).

Chelsea winning the 1970 FA Cup final against Leeds Utd (the game at which I started supporting Chelsea when I was 9 years old), closely followed by Chelsea winning the 2012 Champions League final against Bayern Munich.

John Terry slipping and missing the final penalty that would have won Chelsea the 2008 Champions League Final against Manchester United.

Bad or late tackles that could cause injuries.

One Love, One Club. I am loyal to the end and support the things I love with a passion, from my wife and growing family to my Club (both professional and non-professional). Dawn and myself have recently become grandparents, which has opened a whole new world to us and we love every moment.

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Mary Selby

Treasurer.

1969 when the Club first started.

Originally l retired in 1995 after serving on various positions. Decided to commit again in 2017

Perth Glory and Nottingham Forest, for my sins and because John does.

As Ann said - on the sideline with the other Gossie Grannies.

Our under 18s winning the league again in 2016.

Unnecessary rough tackles that cause serious injury.

John and I both retired some years ago and as life members of the club have enjoyed watching it grow.  We have two children, our son Dion is also a life member and daughter Kara who thinks she should be a life member by default as she spent the first 16 years of her life at the club nearly every day. We also have six grandkids, four of whom have played for the club at various times.

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Ann Devereaux

Club secretary.

About 1995 during Gosnells/Kelmscott merger.

This is my second time on the committee.  The first time was about 8 years.  This time 2 years to date.

Southampton Football Club.

On the side of the pitch supporting our three Gosnells City State League teams with the rest of the Gossie Grannies!

When Southampton won back-to-back promotions to return to the Premier League.

Southampton’s relegation from the Premier League and when Baggio missed that penalty in the 1994 World Cup.

Retired and loving it!  Also do volunteer work at Wilkinson Homestead.  Thrilled that my grand-daughter started playing for GCFC under 6s in 2016.

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Dean Nickisson

Junior co-ordinator and coach of under 11s.

2008.

Stoke City FC.

Propping up the bar.

Watching Stoke live in the 2011 FA Cup final.

England losing to Iceland in the Euros and brightly coloured boots.

Happily married to Rachel with 2 great kids(sometimes). Love watching the junior kids down at the club and seeing them progress through the different age groups.

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Kelly Connell

General committee work, assist with registrations etc.

2012.

2015 but helped out with team manager and running lines when needed.

Glory and Liverpool.

Watching.

Seeing Besart Berisha diving against Glory in 2012 Grand Final.

Liverpool’s Champions win in 2005.

Two kids both playing for GCFC.  Enjoyed the last 15 years or so watching them play every Sunday in winter.

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Alison Claxton

Registrar.

1987.

2010.

Ipswich Town.

After sustaining a significant injury (broken finger nail) while playing in the under 15s inter school carnival  which was being coached by my then boyfriend (and now husband of 29 years) I retired. I then became a "professional spectator" although I am in semi-retirement I have watch 3 generations of my family play soccer at Gosnells - my father-in-law (and  former club president), my husband (former player, coach and committee member) and my 3 sons who all still play for Gosnells. I am really looking forward to watch the 4th generation, my grandson, in a few years time

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Jamie Ellis

Co-ordinator to State League Teams.

1975.

2005.

Birmingham City FC and Gosnells City FC.

Goalkeeper.

Winning league titles (Ferndale United and Floreat Athena).

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Too much to write, the website isn't big enough; Still having a great time, whatever I'm doing.

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Aimee Connell

Ladies coordinator, general committee work, registrations.

2012.

2015.

Perth Glory and Liverpool.

Centre back.

Robbie Brady's header against Italy in Euro 2016.

Gerrard's slip against Chelsea.

Played football since I was 5, only managed to sever one ACL.

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Peter Allen (aka Rooney)

Committee member, bar worker, coach of the Amateur Teams.

2000.

2014.

Everton FC.

Playing upfront these days ….. in front of the bar.

Euro 96 - I was 18, England were a great team and played some great football and, well since then, they have been nothing short of a bloody let down.

Seeing Liverpool come from 3-0 down in that Champions League final to AC Milan surrounded by reds - sickening.

Most people at the club know me as Rooney.  I loved playing for the club and I'm loving coaching the club at the moment but most of all I love having a pint in my hand winding up and having a laugh with all the colourful characters at the great club of Gozzy FC.

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