Legends/ Ex Player Interviews

Carl Magnay Interview – filmed at Victoria Park before our game with Hartlepool Saturday 7th January 2017.

Kingsley Black interview – filmed at Kenilworth Road before our game with Luton in 16-17 season. Kingsley was a tricky winger for the Mariners over the course of 5 seasons.  In all he made 141 appearances for the Mariners scoring 8 goals and will ever be remembered for the role he played in the unforgettable 97-98 season. A true gent in football.
We are hoping to interview legend John McDermott over the coming months.

In a career spanning  20 years at Blundell Park, Macca made a record 754 appearances for the club and despite being linked to several higher profile moves started and finished his playing career with the Mighty Mariners. Macca was assistant manager at Harrogate but is now helping out at Cleethorpes Town. Macca is still held in high regard and affection by the GTFC faithful.

John McDermott Interview 

The Mini Mariners are also travelled to Brighouse interview the one and only Kevin Donovan in July. The Mini Mariners really enjoyed meeting the club legend and you can view here: Kevin Donovan Interview

The right winger joined GTFC in 1997 and was the top goalscorer for the club in the unforgettable season of 97/98 which saw us triumph at Wembley twice in the space of a few short weeks. In total Kevin made 154 appearances for GTFC and despite leaving in 2001 has always mantained links with the club and fans and has played in the annual Chairmans Challenge game on a couple of occasions.
On Saturday 10th September we met Kingsley Black before the Luton town game and managed to interview him Kingsley Interview. Kingsley goes down in the ranks of both Luton Town and Grimsby Town as a legend. He started his career with his home town club Luton before he moved to Nottingham Forest where he enjoyed his best goal to game ratio. However some of the best time of his career came in a 5 year, 141 appearance stint for the Mighty Mariners where he helped us clinch 2 wins 6 weeks at Wembley to forever go down in folklore of our great club!