WITH the Bootham Crescent Fans' Match tomorrow (ko 3pm), we complete our look at the teams on show with a profile of the remaining away team players.

Paul Worthington (shirt number nine): Having followed City for 30 years, Paul lists Keith Walwyn as his all-time hero while Lee Nogan and Darren Dunning are his current favourites. He names the Wembley play-off final and that magical night at Old Trafford as his greatest City moments.

He admits tomorrow will be a dream come true. He used to dream about playing in a local cup final on the hallowed turf but the nearest he ever got was the first year when those games were moved to Huntington Stadium and Paul reckons wearing the kit of the team he loves will make it a bigger occasion anyway.

Matt Mingay (shirt number ten): Graphic designer Matt plays six-a-side football regularly and, aged 18, says he will be very proud to wear the City number ten shirt, as previously donned by "the great Gary Bull".

Tim Wright (shirt number 11): After half a life sentence in the rag trade, Tim has now escaped to fool about with old houses. Having endured eight years on the subs bench at Crayke and played five-a-side football at St Peter's School since 1976, Tim is looking forward to his moment in the Bootham Crescent limelight.

His first City game was back in 1961 - a 3-1 defeat to Tranmere.

Jason McGill (shirt number 12): It is a matter of debate which of City managing director Jason's claims is the most exaggerated - his 30-inch waist or his previous playing experience for Wycombe Wanderers Reserves in the Vauxhall Opel League. Jason plans to use the game as a shop window and anticipates an offer from Brassy of a lucrative playing contract for next season although his personal terms (three pints of Terrier bitter) may break the wage structure.

Footnote: The City club shop sale will end after tomorrow's Fans' Match. All items, except for home shirts, are available at a 50 per cent discount. Home shirts are available at a 20 per cent reduction.

Updated: 08:40 Saturday, May 08, 2004