Formed in 1804, Zeus Vets
have, along the way, been inspired by a vast myriad of former greats.
On the left, Old Bob Sawndis, inventor of the television and part-time
lay preacher playing in the formative years of the team. Bob later
went on to play for England but his career was cut shory by an unfortunate
accident with a 'Spinning Jennie'.
On the right, the cruelly deformed
yet socially acceptable figure of Sir Robert Woods of Derby (circa
1894). He played in goal during the glorious 1896-97 season which
saw Zeus Vets 'clean-up' domestic and European honours (note the ball
in the net - a family trait - he was affectionately known as 'Bob
the Lob'). Sir Robert was later hanged for baby-killing.