Wednesday, 23 May 2012
TWINTERVIEW: Ian Selley
For all his midfield mettle, Selley was something of a set-piece specialist. Corners, free-kicks, penalties, he did it all - and he did it well. Before coming to Kingfield, he'd featured fleetingly for Southend, Fulham and Wimbledon. After four seasons in GU22, he drifted between non-league clubs. Havant & Waterlooville. Maidstone United. Croydon Athletic. And there were others.
But Selley will be remembered as a midfield maestro in red and white. Not only the heartbeat of the Woking side which 'had its moments' during my university years, but also the youngest player on the pitch when Arsenal beat holders Parma to lift the European Cup Winners' Cup in 1994. Did I never mention that?
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