Adolphe, Paul

Paul Adolphe came to Forest (then Leyton Pennant) at the tail end of the 2002-3 season, and played a key role in keeping Hakan Hayrettin’s side up that season.

Full details of Paul’s career are somewhat sketchy, but he spent the 1997-8 season with St Albans City after signing from Enfield.

From there, he moved to Dagenham & Redbridge, but failed to really break into the first team, so moved west to Harrow Borough.

A full season with Hendon followed, scoring three times in 48 games. He then won the Isthiman League Division 1 with Ford United, spending a season and a half there.

At the tail end of 2002-3 he signed for Pennant, making his debut against Oxford City on the 22nd of March. He stayed in the pennant starting line-up for the rest of that season.

The start of Forest’s 2003-4 season brought a number of signings on ‘big-money’, and Paul was relegated to a place on the substitute’s bench. He came on as a sub to score in two of the first three games of the season, and eventually made 10 appearances, his last coming in a 6-1 defeat to Arlesey on the 30th of September.

He was last seen playing for Wealdstone in the Isthmian Premier in the 2005-6 season.

Season Club League Cup Total
Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
1996-7 Enfield
1997-8 St Albans City 40 1 40 1
1999-00 Dagenham & Redbridge
1999-00 Harrow Borough 19
2000-1 Hendon 37 3 11 48 3
2001-2 Ford United
2002-3 Ford United
2002-3 Leyton Pennant 10 10
2003-4 Waltham Forest 8 3 2 10 3
2005-6 Wealdstone
Overall 114 6 13 127 7


All Leyton Pennant and Waltham Forest stats compiled by, and used with the permission of Steve Howe. If you’ve got any of the missing statistics for this player, please contact us.

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