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Centre back Marc Leach started his junior career at Arsenal and Watford, before making a single appearance for Nationwide Second Division side Wycombe Wanderers on the 5th March 2002, marking a young Bobby Zamora of Brighton & Hove Albion. Marc is the younger brother of another former Yeading player Nick Leach. He signed for Chesham United in August 2002, before embarking on a tour of Boreham Wood, Northwood, Berkhamsted Town, Hemel Hempstead and Wingate & Finchley. He signed for Yeading in the summer of 2004 and played in the memorable FA Cup tie at home to Newcastle United. With 65+2 appearances and two goals to his name, Marc completed the 2005-06 season at Hendon before moving to Slough Town in the summer and Aylesbury United in November 2006, before moving back to Hendon in December 2006. He stayed at Hendon until the start of the 2009-10 season but soon moved to Arlesey Town.

Born in 1981, right-footed centre back Nick Leach started his career at Wycombe Wanderers, but didn’t make the first team. After a single substitute appearance at Aylesbury United (2001-02), he spent 2002-03 at Dulwich Hamlet, arriving at the Warren early in the 2002-03 season making 23 starts. He finished that season at Chesham United, and spent 2003-04 at Hemel Hempstead Town. After a season out of football he played for Beaconsfield SYCOB and Leighton Town in 2005-06, returning to Beaconsfield SYCOB for the start of the following season. He then moved to Aylesbury United in November 2006 and stayed for two years, joining arch rivals Chesham United in November 2008. In summer 2010 he joined his brother Marc at Arlesey Town.

Hillingdon-born midfielder Dwane Lee started his football career at Yeading in 1998, and spent five consecutive seasons at The Warren (apart for a short time on loan at Aldershot Town in 2002), eventually leaving for Exeter City in the summer of 2003. After a single season at Exeter City, including a short loan back to Yeading in 2003-04, he moved to Barnet in the summer of 2004, staying for two seasons. He started 2006-07 at Kidderminster Harriers, then Stevenage Borough and Maidenhead United, where he stayed until the summer of 2008. He then moved to Kettering Town and Halesowen Town, and spent the rest of the season with AFC Wimbledon. He made a few appearances for Bromley in 2009-10, and started 2010-11 at Boreham Wood. From 2002 he made 35 appearances for the Ding and does not appear to have found the net.

Carl Levine was a midfielder who played for Maidenhead United, Harrow Borough, Boreham Wood, Northwood and Wembley and then joined Yeading from Egham Town in October 2002 making 21 starts in the 2002-03 season.

Striker Jefferson Louis started his career at Thame United before moving to Oxford United. He gained national headlines in 2002 when he scored against Swindon Town to give Oxford United a 3rd round FA Cup tie against Arsenal. In an extraordinarily nomadic career, even for non-league players, he then played for played for Woking (on loan 2003), Gravesend & Northfleet (on loan 2004), Forest Green Rovers (2004), Woking (2004-05), Bristol Rovers (2005), Hemel Hempstead Town (2005), Lewes (2005), Worthing (2005) and Stevenage Borough (2005-06), before joining Eastleigh at the start of the 2006-07 season. He arrived at The Warren in September 2006 and scored seven goals in fifteen matches before leaving for Havant & Waterlooville in January 2007. He then toured Weymouth (2007-08), Maidenhead United (2008), Mansfield Town (2008) and Wrexham, where he spent the 2008-09 season. In 2008 Jefferson made a single appearance for the Dominica National team. He signed for Crawley Town in the summer of 2009, but went on loan to Rushden & Diamonds in November 2009 where he spent most of the season. He started 2010-11 with Gainsborough Trinity, and spent some time at Darlington on loan, and also had brief spells at Weymouth, Hayes & Yeading United and Maidenhead United.

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