TFFC LEADING APPEARANCES
Qualification: 150 appearances
Up to and including season 2017/18

Figures after plus sign (+) denote appearances as substitute

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PLAYERS
FIRST XI
SECOND XI
OLD BOYS XI
TOTAL APPS
1
Peter Kyte
226 + 27
255 + 13
171 + 45
737
2
Jeremy Fess
203 + 9
37 + 2
330 + 10
591
3
Jonathan Davidoff
203 + 15
92 + 14
124 + 44
492
4
Bryan Silver
157 + 9
136 + 8
143 + 6
459
5
Steven Feiger
212 + 16
67 + 2
156 + 3
456
6
Philip Friend
109 + 13
131 + 21
121 + 29
424
7
Serge Weinberger
56
147 + 1
216
420
8
Robert Botkai
92 + 7
122 + 5
139 + 9
374
9
Andrew Montlake
105 + 20
120 + 4
113 + 5
369
10
Allon Schick-Maier
70 + 4
38 + 3
219 + 24
358
11
Philip Small
220 + 20
100 + 2
11 + 1
354
12
David Goldberg
1 + 1
2 + 2
273 + 60
339
13
Graham Meyer
119 + 11
5 + 1
188 + 10
336
14
Simon Allen
228 + 10
56 + 2
11
307
15
Garry Simpson
215 + 24
40 + 7
13
300
16
Dean Ingram
102 + 4
128 + 4
46 + 2
286
17
Gideon Wetrin
121 + 27
119 + 6
7 + 2
282
18
Anthony Espinoza
88 + 12
100 + 4
52 + 5
261
19
James Simpson
193 + 7
34 + 5
20
259
20
Gerald Kortach
204 + 8
13 + 2
16 + 1
244
21
Alexander 'Yali' Mamouri
146 + 17
2 + 2
65 + 20
242
22
Lee Fegan
176 + 45
13 + 2
1
237
23
Robert Jay
149 + 21
55 + 9
1 + 1
236
24
Stephen Brower
48 + 1
33 + 2
136 + 10
230
25
Jonathan Cohen
161 + 48
14 + 2
3
228
26
Stephen Bourne
147 + 1
79
1
228
27
David Summer
44 + 3
105 + 8
56 + 5
221
28
Gavin Levy
86 + 55
53 + 10
0
204
29
James Ryan
0
0
184 + 10
194
30
Gary Burns
0
1
150 + 42
193
31
Nicholas Waitsman
27 + 22
41 + 27
24 + 35
176
32
Evan Hay
130 + 8
24
7
169
33
Anthony Stock
157
6
0
163
34
John Charles
29 + 2
115 + 3
12 + 1
162

TFFC LEADING GOALSCORERS
Qualification: 20 goals
Up to and including season 2017/18

Figures include goals scored in league, cup and friendly matches

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PLAYERS
FIRST XI
SECOND XI
OLD BOYS XI
TOTAL GOALS
1
Steven Feiger
210
75
138
423
2
Robert Botkai
45
130
122
297
3
Jeremy Fess
119
25
112
256
4
Stephen Levy
119
48
14
181
5
Alexander 'Yali' Mamouri
112
2
63
177
6
Bryan Silver
27
45
65
137
7
Steven Hunt
106
0
7
113
8
Steven Hyams
106
2
0
108
9
John Nitka
42
52
3
97
10
Robert Benson
91
0
0
91
11
Peter Kyte
26
43
20
89
12
Henry Charles
57
10
20
87
13
James Ryan
0
0
77
77
14
Allon Schick-Maier
8
22
45
75
15
Terry Jeffries
0
59
1
60
16
Evan Hay
43
8
4
55
17
Ben Isaacs
53
0
0
53
18
Daniel Espinoza
34
19
0
53
19
Dean Ingram
22
19
12
53
20
Philip Small
8
40
4
52
21
Jordan Sharifian
48
0
0
48
22
Gary Hyams
47
0
0
47
23
Michael Goldberg
39
0
8
47
24
Graham Meyer
11
2
34
47
25
Jeff Bathija
31
7
0
38
26
Gregory Perkins
29
8
0
37
27
Antony Gold
30
6
0
36
28
Garry Simpson
34
1
0
35
29
Marc Herman
27
8
0
35
30
Oliver Squires
21
11
1
33
31
Zackery Rich
30
0
2
32
32
Stephen Bourne
20
12
0
32
33
Jonathan Davidoff
19
4
9
32
34
Barry Gold
20
10
0
30
35
Richard Curtis
0
29
0
29
36
Jonathan Fisher
28
0
0
28
37
Marcel Plesner
25
3
0
28
38
Mark Powell
23
5
0
28
=39
Richard Batten
27
0
0
27
=39
Paul Walker
27
0
0
27
41
Michael Geduld
25
2
0
27
42
Andrew Souber
21
3
3
27
43
Alexander Barnett
5
22
0
27
44
Richard Stone
26
0
0
26
45
Kevin Goldberg
25
0
0
25
46
Immanuel Ezekiel
20
5
0
25
47
David Shone
20
5
0
25
48
Nigel Kyte
23
1
0
24
49
Richard Cohen
18
5
0
23
50
Richard Cannon
18
4
0
22
51
Blair Krempel
21
0
0
21
52
Kane Gilbery
20
0
0
20
53
David Sawyer
5
13
2
20
Brett Stead
19
0
0
19
Darren Zitren
18
0
1
19

Nobody has played more matches for Temple Fortune than co-founder PETER KYTE who made his debut in the Club's very first fixture way back in October 1970! Peter played his 600th game for Temple Fortune in May 2004 and passed an incredible 700 appearances in October 2011.


Hair today, gone tomorrow! With their Crown Toppers in place, youthful Second Teamers PETER KYTE and STEVE FEIGER pose during the 1981-82 season.
Top: Arguably the greatest player ever to pull on a Temple Fortune shirt. This is GARY HYAMS, the ex-Spurs junior player who also graced Wingate in his youth. He spent two seasons with Temple Fortune in the early eighties, top scoring on each occasion. Gary is pictured here with a collection of trophies which he won in season 1981-82, including the M(S)FL Footballer of the Year Cup (centre) and the TFFC Player of the Year Trophy (right).

Bottom: Another fine player to have turned out for the Club. STEVE LEVY was a prolific goalscorer who led the all-time scoring list for quite a few seasons until Steve Feiger returned to leapfrog above him. Levy joined Temple Fortune from Brady in 1984 and scored 181 goals for the Club, hitting a then record 46 for the First Team during the 1985-86 season.