Steve Mokler

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Position: Goalkeeper
DoB: Unknown
Birthplace: Unknown

City Career
Transfer Details: Signed for a 'nominal' fee from financially stricken Sudbury Town in July '97 to challenge David Coles for his first team place.
City Debut: Vs. Weston-s-Mare(a) DML Cup Prelim. Rnd. 1st leg, 1st September 1997, Won 2-0.
1997/8: 39 Apps, 0 Goals, 14 Shut Outs
1998/9: 31 Apps, 0 Goals, 8 Shut Outs
Totals: 70 Apps, 0 Goals, 22 Shut Outs

Previous Clubs: Luton, Thetford, Harwich & Parkeston, Newmarket, Harwich & Parkeston, Sudbury Town, Gloucester City, Moor Green (loan), Atherstone United.

Honours: None known

Pen Pic:  
Moks on his day was as good a goalkeeper as City have had. Rated as one of the best in the DML and a shot stopper who single handedly gained the club points, notably with an awesome display of goalkeeping in the 1998 Boxing Day derby at Forest Green where a string of magical saves earned City a point and Mokler mythic status.
A wisecracking character who signed following 2 exceptional performances for Sudbury against City in the 1996/7 season. Seemed a huge addition to the squad both on and off the pitch, even keeping the T-End awake when the vocal support dropped off. Moks then suffered a total loss of form over the Autumn of '99 which saw Hughes bring in Pat Mountain to add competition for the keepers shirt. Moks did recover some form, but after a poor display against Grantham lost his place to Mountain who never relinquished the shirt.  To complete a tragic fall Moks left Meadow Park for Atherstone where a mixture of back trouble and understandable Sheepy Road induced depression has seen him quit the game - hopefully only temporarily.

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