Nicknames: Comper, Compuss,
00-Dave, Loverat, Compuss Loverat, Comps, Bendy Loverat,
Supports: West Ham United
Date Signed: 13/08/2001
Signed From/Other Clubs:
Running Horse, Waingals Old Boys, Latimer Rangers,
UEA Norwich University FC, Red Lion
Registration No: 183
Profession: Professional Graphic
Most Memorable Moment: Hatrick
vs Corporate Leisure with the third goal being voted goal
of the season, and also being voted Manics Man of the Match
all in the same game!
- This Player is a Manic
Legend with over 100 league appearances for the club!
In 2001, David Comper
played a variety of attacking roles on boths wings and up front,
having a successful first season.
Despite injury problems during 2002-2003 season, David Comper
went onto be awarded 'Manics 2002-2003 Goal of the Season' with
strike against Corporate Leisure.
The likeable and laid back winger has signed on again in his 2004-2005
season to produce yet another superb effort on the field, scoring
3 goals and producing 7 assists on the left wing in Division One.
Then in 2005-2006, David Comper settled in and won the Division
Four league title with the reserves side playing his favoured
left wing position scoring 8 goals and assisting another 6. David
was also the first Reserves player to score in the 2005-2006 season,
with his strike against Bracknell Blades.
David Comper smashed his 100th game for the club in his 6th season,
reaching 127 league appearances by the end of his 2006-2007 season.
Playing through some minor injuries, Comper managed to add another
9 assists and three further goals to his record.
David Comper remains to be one of the longest serving Manics players
to date playing from 2001 to the present season.
BMFC Man of
the match performances:
vs The Real Oak - Result: Drew 2-2 /more...
[RES] [19th March 2006]
- Cup vs DC Steamers - Result: Lost 4-2 /more... [12th December 2004]
- LEAGUE: Manics 4 BMW 1 /more... [27th April 2003]
- LEAGUE: Dog & Duck Emmbrook 1 Manics 4 /more... [05th March 2003]
- LEAGUE: Corporate Leisure 5 Manics 6 /more... [11th February 2003]