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Hillingdon-born central defender Nevin Saroyamade one appearance for Brentford as a half-time substitute in their 1–1 draw in the Football League Second Division with Oxford United on 22 April 2000. On his release from Brentford he became disillusioned with football and moved into acting, featuring alongside Vinnie Jones in the football re-make of the film The Mean Machine. After a short stay at Hampton & Richmond Borough in 2001, he joined Yeading in the summer of 2001. He soon became captain and led Yeading to Bryco League Cup glory in 2003 and in the FA Cup against Newcastle United in January 2005. From 2002 he made 203+2 appearances for the Ding, scoring 32 times. He signed with Hayes & Yeading United at the point of merger and became their inaugural club captain, before being released in early December 2008. He appeared briefly at Godalming Town and arrived at Maidenhead United late in December 2008. From April 2010 he spent a year at Brisbane Premier League club Redlands United, before returning to Maidenhead United in April 2011.
Dean Scarlett impressed in the reserves to earn starts in the two Middlesex Charity Cup matches in March 2007. He spent the next two seasons at Hanwell Town.
Born in London, Paul Seuke was a highly rated goalkeeper who began his career with Staines Town, before moving to Chertsey Town and eventually Dulwich Hamlet in the summer of 2003 where he spent three seasons. He joined Carshalton at the start of the 2006-07 season and became Garry Haylock’s first signing for Yeading at Christmas 2006. Paul made 11 starts for Yeading in the 2006-07 season. He then played two matches for Terry Brown’s AFC Wimbledon before joining Horsham in October 2007, putting in a man of the match performance in their FA Cup tie against Swansea City a month later.
Goalkeeper James Stabler made a single appearance in the 2004-05 season.
Dependable and determined left-sided defender Alex Stanley began his career with Southampton where he spent five years, before he joined the Reading Academy. He was an ever-present in the Royals reserve side and was loaned to Aylesbury United helping them reach the semi-finals of the FA Trophy. On his release from Reading in the summer of 2003, he had brief spells at Farnborough Town, Weston-super-Mare and Aylesbury United (again), before joining Yeading in December 2003 where he became a bit of a free-kick specialist. He made 92+2 appearances for the Ding, scoring at leqast 5 times before moving to Chippenham Town mid-season 2005-06 and then to Cirencester Town in the summer of 2007. He started the 2008-09 season at Yate Town and moved to Swindon Supermarine in March 2009. He started the 2009-10 season at Didcot Town where he remains in 2011.
Yeading youth team goalkeeper Andrew Stevens made a single start for the Ding in the Boxing Day 2006 Conference South fixture at Hayes, keeping a clean sheet in a 1-0 victory over their local rivals. He signed for Bedford Town in February 2007, then spent the entire 2008-09 season at Rugby Town. He signed for Kidderminster Harriers in the summer of 2010, but was released in May 2011.