Preferred Position: Centre back (or centre forward when I was feeling fit!)
Nickname: I seem to remember my bunny suit being particularly popular, but not sure if a nickname ever came out of it
Birthplace/Date of Birth: Haywards Heath (Sussex) 13/02/1968
Occupation: Chief Executive, Top Up TV
How did you come to join the Casuals: Introduced by Alex Aiken / Phil Malcolm
A hat-trick on your debut! What do you remember about the early days of the Casuals? That for the first few games I couldn't stop scoring (I scored a hat-trick in my 2nd game as well!) Unfortunately it went down hill from there! There was always a great atmosphere in the early days and a feeling that we had created a great team from scratch.
Unfortunately the Casuals never won a thing during your seven seasons with the club. The closest you ever came to a winners medal was the 1993 Cup Final against Rangers Inter - should we have won that day? Definitely, I sent a header over the bar that I should have scored from and we had numerous other chances that we didn't put away.
SO CLOSE: Nick puts THAT cup final header just over the bar
Why did you leave the Casuals in 1998: I was sold to Real Madrid (the Casuals refused to sell me to a competing English team). Oh and I was also traveling like crazy with work, had just had my 2nd child and couldn't fit everything in unfortunately.
Who else did you introduce to the club: Getting old so can't remember, but there were a few others! I do remember introducing the Wibbly Wobbly drinking game to the club though!
KING OF WIBBLY WOBBLY: Nick wows 'em at Bridgend Town
Highlight of Casuals Career: First season when I was uber fit and scoring freely (I had just broken-up with my girlfriend and so was playing 3 times a week). Oh and shoving food in Michael Rootes' and Phil Malcolm's coat pockets when they weren't looking at the Xmas dinners
Lowlight of Casuals career: When Michael and the rest of the team got their revenge on me (for the above) on a Casuals tour!
Worst player you played alongside: Mark MacGregor
Funniest player: Ertan Djemal
Most memorable Casuals goal you scored: Scoring from a 40 yard tackle on a Bridgend tour.
Funniest thing you have seen on a Casuals night out: Ertan pulling girls - he was definitely the ugliest Casuals player, but also the most successful! Oh and Phil Malcolm dancing was pretty hilarious as well.
Favourite Bridgend tour memory: Playing wibbly wobbly on the 1st ever tour
What did you really think of Phil Malcolm: I have to be unpopular here and say that I actually liked him! He was a surprisingly good manager as well!
Are you still playing: Afraid not
How would you like to be remembered: As a committed player and a good laugh on and off the pitch.
Best thing about being a Casual: The team spirit
Message to the current team: Good luck - I hope that the team spirit is as good today as it was at the beginning!
Q&A completed on 25 Oct 2008