Hull City Best Players of All Time

Andrew Kovacs

Hull City Association Football Club is a professional football club based in Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire. Founded in 1904, the team has enjoyed success over the years with promotions to and from the EFL Championship. Nicknamed The Tigers due to their traditional black-and-amber striped home shirt design, they have competed at MKM Stadium since 2002 when they moved away from Boothferry Park. With local Humber derby rivalries against Grimsby Town F.C., Scunthorpe United F.C., Doncaster Rovers F.C., Lincoln City F.C., Sheffield Wednesday and Leeds United, Hull City’s matches are always full of energy and passion.

Table of Contents

1. Jarrod Bowen


Jarrod Bowen Career

  • 2014: Hereford United
  • 2014: Hereford United
  • 2014–2020: Hull City
  • 2020: West Ham United
  • 2022: England

Jarrod Bowen is a talented English winger who currently plays for West Ham United. He made his debut for the Hammers in March of 2018 and has since become an important part of their side, scoring 3 goals in 32 appearances so far.

Bowen was born on December 20th, 1996, and started playing football at a young age with the local team Leominster Town FC. 

After impressing during trials with various clubs, including Chelsea and Manchester United, Bowen joined West Ham in 2016 as a youngster from non-league side Wellingborough Utd.

In March of 2018, he made his professional debut for the club coming on as a substitute against Wolverhampton Wanderers, and has not looked back since then, becoming one of the most promising players in the East London club's history. 

Bowen is known for his speed, dribbling ability, and powerful shooting which have seen him score 3 times so far in all competitions for West Ham - once against Arsenal U23s and twice against Wigan Athletic Premier League (PL) respectively.

Jarrod Bowen is a young English footballer who plays for Hull City. He started his career at Hereford United before joining Hull City in 2014. Bowen has represented England at the youth level but hasn’t yet made any appearances for the senior team. 

Bowen is an attacking midfielder who can also play as a forward or on the left wing, and he is known for his pace and ability to create chances with his ball control. 

With over 100 apps for Hull City between 2014-2020, Jarrod Bowen looks set to have a long and successful career in professional football.

2. Harry Maguire


Harry Maguire Career

  • 2011: Sheffield United
  • 2011–2014: Sheffield United
  • 2014–2017: Hull City
  • 2015: Wigan Athletic (loan)
  • 2017–2019: Leicester City
  • 2019: Manchester United
  • 2012: England U21
  • 2017: England

Harry Maguire is a centre-back for Manchester United. He was born on 5 March 1993 in Sheffield, England. At 6ft 4in tall, he is one of the tallest players in the world and has played for both Sheffield United and Hull City in his career so far.

Harry Maguire made his debut with Sheffield United in 2011 at the age of just 17 years old and went on to make 134 appearances during four seasons with them before joining Hull City in 2014.

Where he would make 54 appearances over two seasons before signing for Manchester United ahead of the 2019/20 season.

Harry Maguire is a world-class centre back that has impressed in the Premier League and for England. 

He began his career at Hull City before moving to Leicester City in 2017 where he has since made over 100 appearances and been an important part of their title winning side. 

Maguire was called up to the England national team in 2012 and has gone on to make 53 appearances, scoring 7 goals.

His performances have seen him win several awards, including being named PFA Player of the Year in 2018. With Manchester United set to sign him this winter, Harry Maguire looks set for yet another successful season with one of Europe's top clubs. 

One of the most consistent defenders in football, Harry Maguire will be an essential component for any team hoping to challenge for honours next season or beyond.

Also Played For: united kingdom soccer, sheffield united f.c

3. Andrew Robertson


Andrew Robertson Career

  • 2009: Celtic
  • 2009–2012: Queen's Park
  • 2012–2013: Queen's Park
  • 2013–2014: Dundee United
  • 2014–2017: Hull City
  • 2017: Liverpool
  • 2013–2015: Scotland U21
  • 2014: Scotland

Robertson was born in Glasgow, Scotland on March 11th, 1994. He started his career at Hibernian before moving to Liverpool in 2016 for a £ 8 million fee. Robertson has made over 100 appearances for Liverpool and is considered one of the club's most consistent players.

Robertson represented Scotland at the youth level, but never played senior international football until 2017 when he made 3 appearances for them during qualification for the World Cup Finals. 

In 2018, Robertson helped Liverpool win their fifth European Champions League title by playing in all 6 matches of the Final against Real Madrid CF.

He has recently been linked with a move away from Anfield, with Manchester United being reported as one of his potential suitors,[6] however he remains contracted to Liverpool until 2021.

Andrew Robertson is a Scottish footballer who plays as a left-back for Liverpool and the Scotland national team. He started his career at Celtic, before joining Queen's Park in 2009. 

He went on to make over 100 appearances for Dundee United, Hull City, and Liverpool respectively. Robertson has represented Scotland at the U21 level and made 60 senior international appearances to date.

4. Péter Gulácsi

Péter Gulácsi Career

  • 2007–2008: MTK Budapest
  • 2007–2008: Liverpool (loan)
  • 2008–2013: Liverpool
  • 2009: Hereford United (loan)
  • 2010: Tranmere Rovers (loan)
  • 2011–2012: Hull City (loan)
  • 2013–2015: Red Bull Salzburg
  • 2015: RB Leipzig
  • 2007: Hungary U17
  • 2008: Hungary U19
  • 2008–2009: Hungary U20
  • 2009–2012: Hungary U21
  • 2014: Hungary

Péter Gulácsi is a Hungarian goalkeeper who currently plays for RB Leipzig. Gulácsi made his Liverpool debut in 2008 and went on to make 18 appearances for the club during his loan spell at Hereford United.

In 2013, Gulácsi transferred to RB Leipzig where he has since played over 100 games for them, establishing himself as their number one goalkeeper. Péter Gulácsi started his professional career at Tranmere Rovers before joining Hull City on loan.

He spent two seasons with RB Leipzig and was a key player for the side who won the German Bundesliga in 2016/17. Péter Gulácsi has represented Hungary at youth level, including playing at the FIFA U-20 World Cup in 2009. 

He is currently contracted to Hungarian club Ferencváros but could be set for a move abroad next season as he enters the final year of his contract with Ferencváros.

Also Played For: rb leipzig, fc red bull salzburg

5. Fikayo Tomori


Fikayo Tomori Career

  • : Riverview United
  • 2005–2016: Chelsea
  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 2016–2021: Chelsea: 17: (1)
  • 2017: → Brighton & Hove Albion (loan): 9: (0)
  • 2017–2018: → Hull City (loan): 25: (0)
  • 2018–2019: → Derby County (loan): 44: (1)
  • 2021: → AC Milan (loan): 17: (1)
  • 2021–: AC Milan: 48: (1)
  • 2016: Canada U20: 3: (0)
  • 2016: England U19: 5: (0)
  • 2016–2017: England U20: 15: (0)
  • 2017–2019: England U21: 15: (0)
  • 2019–: England: 3: (0)

Fikayo Tomori is a 25-year-old Canadian centre-back who joined AC Milan in the summer of 2021. He started his career with Riverview United before moving to Chelsea, where he made 17 appearances over two seasons.

In 2017, he was loaned out to Brighton & Hove Albion and played 9 games for them before returning to Chelsea the following year. Tomori has represented Canada at the under-17 and under-20 levels, winning both tournaments he has competed in.

He is likely to become an important player for AC Milan as they attempt to return to their former glory Fikayo Tomori is a young English defender who has been playing for Derby County in the Championship. He made his international debut for England earlier this year and looks to be one of their more promising defenders.

Tomori was born in London, England but grew up in Nigeria before moving to the UK at the age of 10. He started playing football at a very early age and showed great potential at the youth level before breaking into Derby's first team last season. 

At 23 years old, Fikayo Tomori has plenty of experience under his belt which should help him progress even further as he continues to play professionally.

His performances so far suggest that he may well have what it takes to become a top-class defender in Europe. 

With appearances for both club and country, Fikayo Tomori is likely already familiar with many different styles of play which will make him an asset on whichever side he plays for next season or beyond.

6. Nick Barmby

Nick Barmby Career

  • 1990–1992: Tottenham Hotspur
  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 1992–1995: Tottenham Hotspur: 89: (21)
  • 1995–1996: Middlesbrough: 42: (8)
  • 1996–2000: Everton: 116: (18)
  • 2000–2002: Liverpool: 32: (2)
  • 2002–2004: Leeds United: 25: (4)
  • 2004: → Nottingham Forest (loan): 6: (1)
  • 2004–2012: Hull City: 180: (26)
  • Total: : 490: (80)
  • 1994: England U21: 3: (0)
  • 1994–1998: England B: 2: (0)
  • 1995–2001: England: 23: (4)
  • 2011–2012: Hull City
  • *Club domestic league appearances and goals

Nick Barmby is a former English footballer who played as an attacking midfielder and winger. Nick Barmby began his career at Tottenham Hotspur, before joining Liverpool in 1995.

After leaving Liverpool, Nick Barmby had spells with Bolton Wanderers, Manchester City and Hull City. In 2009, Nick Barmby retired from professional football after failing to recover from a knee injury sustained in the 2008-09 season.

Since retiring from football, Nick Barmby has worked as a TV pundit for BBC Sport and ITV Sport England respectively. Nicholas Jon "Nick" Barmby was born on February 11th 1974 in Hull city of East Yorkshire England. 

He started his playing career at local club Tottenham Hotspur where he made 89 appearances scoring 21 goals between 1992-1995 while also becoming team captain during this time period.

After leaving Spurs, he moved to Liverpool where he spent 5 years making 228 appearances scoring 56 goals which saw him win 2 league titles (1996-97 & 1997–98) 1 FA Cup (2001) and 1 UEFA Champions League (1997). 

Injury however halted his progress later on during his stay at Anfield limiting him to only 33 appearances over the next 3 seasons before moving on to Bolton WandERS, ManCity, and Hullcity finally ending up back at Spurs where he finished out his playing days.

After retiring from professional football in 2009 due to persistent knee injuries that sidelined him since early 2008's campaign, he became a pundit for BBC sport covering Premier League matches along with ITV sport england providing expert analysis of premier league games live or prerecorded.

7. Geovanni

Geovanni Career

  • 1997–2001: Cruzeiro
  • 1998–1999:  América-MG (loan)
  • 2001–2003: Barcelona
  • 2003:  Benfica (loan)
  • 2003–2006: Benfica
  • 2006–2007: Cruzeiro
  • 2007–2008: Manchester City
  • 2008–2010: Hull City
  • 2010: San Jose Earthquakes
  • 2011–2012: Vitória
  • 2012–2013: América-MG
  • 2013: Bragantino
  • 2000: Brazil U23
  • 2001: Brazil
  • *Club domestic league appearances and goals

Geovanni was born in Acaiaca, Minas Gerais, Brazil on 11 January 1980. He began his career with Cruzeiro before moving to Barcelona in 2001. Geovanni is known for his attacking midfield and winger roles and has made over 260 appearances for both teams combined.

Geovanni captained Brazil at under-20 level and also appeared at the 2002 World Cup where they were eliminated in the group stages. 

In 2006, he moved to Atlético Mineiro where he won two Brazilian Championships and a Copa Libertadores title before retiring from professional football in 2013 at the age of 34 years old due to an injury sustained during a match against Santos FC that same year.

After retirement, Geovanni took up coaching duties with Atlético Mineiro's youth squad until he left the club after one season to become assistant manager of San Jose Earthquakes On 5 December 2017 it was announced that Geovanni had been appointed interim head coach of Quakes after Chris Leitch resigned following five consecutive losses.

On 6 February 2018 it was confirmed that Quincy Amarikwa would be taking over as head coach fromGeo for the remainder of the season.

Also Played For: brazil barcelona best football players

8. Ian Ashbee

Ian Ashbee Career

  • ?–1994: Derby County
  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 1994–1996: Derby County: 1: (0)
  • 1996: → Íþróttafélag Reykjavíkur (loan): 8: (3)
  • 1996–2002: Cambridge United: 204: (11)
  • 2002–2011: Hull City: 243: (10)
  • 2011–2012: Preston North End: 26: (0)
  • 2015: Hull United: ?: (?)
  • Total: : 482: (24)
  • 1995: England U18: 1: (0)
  • *Club domestic league appearances and goals, correct as of 04:10, 27 December 2011 (UTC)

Ian Ashbee is a former English professional footballer who played as a midfielder. He started his career at Birmingham City, and later played for Hull City and Burnley before retiring in 2010.

After retirement, he became an assistant manager with Bridlington Town. Ashbee has also been capped by England at international level, making 16 appearances between 1997 and 2002. Ian Ashbee was born on 6 September 1976 in Birmingham, England.

After starting his career playing for Birmingham City, he joined Hull City in 2001 where he remained until retiring the following year after helping them to win promotion to the Premier League in 2000/01.

He then moved onto Burnley where he made 55 appearances over two seasons,[3][4] before ending his playing career with Brdlington Town.[5] Ian Ashbee has represented England at international level up to and including 2002[6], scoring one goal during this time.

On 3 December 2009 it was announced that Ian had been appointed Assistant Manager of newly promoted Bridlington Town along with Neil Aspinall from Scunthorpe United.

9. Abel Hernández


Abel Hernández Career

  • 2000–2001: Peñarol
  • 2001–2006: Central Español
  • 2006–2008: Central Español
  • 2008–2009: Peñarol
  • 2009–2014: Palermo
  • 2014–2018: Hull City
  • 2018–2019: CSKA Moscow
  • 2019–2020: Al Ahli
  • 2020–2021: Internacional
  • 2021: Fluminense
  • 2022: Atlético San Luis
  • 2008–2010: Uruguay U20
  • 2012: Uruguay Olympic
  • 2010–2017: Uruguay

Abel Hernández is a Uruguayan striker who has played for Central Español, Peñarol and Palermo in his career. He signed for Hull City in August 2018 after leaving Palermo the previous month.

In 36 appearances for Hull City, he has scored 99 goals. Abel Hernández was born on 8 August 1990 in Pando, Uruguay.[1] He started his career with Peñarol before joining Central Español in 2006.

He spent four seasons at Central Español before moving to Serie A side Palermo in 2009.[2] After two seasons with Palermo, Abel moved to English side Hull City in 2014 where he has since been a regular starter.

Abel Hernández is an Uruguayan international footballer who plays as a striker for Internacional and the Uruguay national team.

He began his career with Club Atlético San Luis, before joining Internacional in 2016. Abel has represented Uruguay at Copa América twice, most notably winning the tournament in 2011 with Argentina. 

With 36 goals from 25 appearances for Internacional, Abel is one of the club's all-time leading scorers. He made his debut for Uruguay in 2008 and has since gone on to make 29 appearances and score 11 goals for his country.

Also Played For: palermo f.c

10. Jake Livermore


Jake Livermore Career

  • 2006–2008: Tottenham Hotspur
  • 2008–2014: Tottenham Hotspur
  • 2008: → Milton Keynes Dons (loan)
  • 2008: → Crewe Alexandra (loan)
  • 2009: → Derby County (loan)
  • 2010: → Peterborough United (loan)
  • 2010–2011: → Ipswich Town (loan)
  • 2011: → Leeds United (loan)
  • 2013–2014: → Hull City (loan)
  • 2014–2017: Hull City
  • 2017–: West Bromwich Albion
  • 2012–2017: England
  • *Club domestic league appearances and goals, correct as of 18:21, 4 October 2022 (UTC), ‡ National team caps and goals, correct as of 21

Livermore has played for Tottenham Hotspur and West Bromwich Albion in the English Premier League. Livermore was born on November 14, 1989 in Enfield, England.

He is a central midfielder and wears the number 8 shirt for West Bromwich Albion. Jake Livermore started his career at Tottenham Hotspur before joining West Bromwich Albion in 2014 Jake Livermore is a midfielder who has played for Tottenham Hotspur and Hull City.

He was born on 9th October, 1992 in the United Kingdom. Jake started his career at Milton Keynes Dons before joining Crewe Alexandra on loan in 2008. In 2010, he joined Derby County on a season-long loan before moving to Ipswich Town the following year. 

Jake signed for Leeds United in 2011 but only stayed there for one season before moving to Hull City on loan the next year where he made 36 appearances and scored 3 goals during that time span.

Jake rejoined Tottenham Hotspur after returning from his spell with Hull City and has since played 90 times for them scoring 8 goals over 6 seasons with the club overall including 7 caps for England during that time period between 2012-2017 inclusive.

Also Played For: west bromwich albion f.c

11. Jay-Jay Okocha


Jay-Jay Okocha Career

  • 1990–1992: Borussia Neunkirchen
  • 1992–1996: Eintracht Frankfurt
  • 1996–1998: Fenerbahçe
  • 1998–2002: Paris Saint-Germain
  • 2002–2006: Bolton Wanderers
  • 2006–2007: Qatar SC
  • 2007–2008: Hull City
  • 1993–2006: Nigeria

Okocha was born on August 14, 1973 in Enugu, Nigeria. He started his career with Enugu Rangers before moving to Bundesliga side Borussia Neunkirchen in 1990.

After a year at Frankfurt Okocha moved to Paris Saint-Germain where he played for eight seasons and won the Ligue 1 title twice. 

In 2002 Okocha signed for Bolton Wanderers and spent four years there before retiring from professional football in 2007 due to injury aged 34 years old.

Jay-Jay has since worked as a coach with Qatar SC and is currently their head of coaching staff after being appointed in December 2017.[3] Jay-Jay Okocha was a world class footballer who played for one of the biggest clubs in England. 

He started his career with Nigerian side Hull City, before moving to English giants Arsenal.

Jay-Jay Okocha won many trophies during his time at Arsenal, including two Premier League titles and an FA Cup. After leaving Arsenal, Jay-Jay Okocha had spells at Chelsea and Real Madrid before retiring from football in 2007. 

Since retirement, Jay-JAY Okocha has worked as a television pundit and ambassador for various charities around the world.

The former Nigeria international is still widely considered one of the best midfielders ever to play the game.

12. Harry Wilson


Harry Wilson Career

  • 2005–2015: Liverpool
  • 2015–2022: Liverpool
  • 2015: → Crewe Alexandra (loan)
  • 2018: → Hull City (loan)
  • 2018–2019: → Derby County (loan)
  • 2019–2020: → AFC Bournemouth (loan)
  • 2020–2021: → Cardiff City (loan)
  • 2021–2022: → Fulham (loan)
  • 2022–: Fulham
  • 2013: Wales U17
  • 2014: Wales U19
  • 2015–2017: Wales U21
  • 2013–: Wales
  • *Club domestic league appearances and goals, correct as of 22:17, 7 January 2023 (UTC), ‡ National team caps and goals, correct as of 18

Harry Wilson is a Welsh winger who currently plays for Fulham in the English Premier League. Harry started his career at Liverpool, where he won two FA Youth Cups and three UEFA European Under-19 Championships with the club.

In November 2015, Wilson was loaned to Bristol City until January 2016. He made his debut for Bristol City on 14 November 2015 in a 2–1 victory over Oxford United.[4] On 22 January 2016.

It was announced that Wilson had joined Derby County on an initial one-month loan deal,[5] making his debut four days later in a 1–0 defeat to Reading.[6][7] After making six appearances for Derby County, including five starts.

It was announced on 10 March 2016 that Wilson had been recalled by Liverpool[8], having made 12 appearances and scored one goal for Derby County.

On 7 July 2017, it was announced that Wilson had signed with AFC Bournemouth on a four-year contract from Liverpool worth £15 million. 

Harry made his Bournemouth debut as a second half substitute against Wolverhampton Wanderers in their first EFL Cup match of the season which ended in a 3–1 win.

He went onto make eight further First Team Appearances before being ruled out indefinitely after suffering ankle ligament damage during our Europa League Qualifier. 

Away to Udinese Calcio which resulted in him having surgery requiring 6 months of rehabilitation time ruling him out of all football activities until December 2019 meaning. 

He will miss most if not all of 2020 league games plus any cup or international matches England might be involved in while recuperating.

13. Robert Koren


Robert Koren Career

  • 1996–2001: Dravograd
  • 2001–2004: Celje
  • 2004–2007: Lillestrøm
  • 2007–2010: West Bromwich Albion
  • 2010–2014: Hull City
  • 2014–2016: Melbourne City
  • 2017: Dravograd
  • 1998: Slovenia U18
  • 2000: Slovenia U20
  • 2000–2001: Slovenia U21
  • 2003: Slovenia B
  • 2003–2011: Slovenia
  • 2020–2021: Fužinar
  • *Club domestic league appearances and goals

Robert Koren was born in Slovenia and started his career with local side Radlje ob Dravi. After a spell at fellow Slovenian side Dravograd, he joined Celje in 2004 where he has remained since then.

The midfielder is known for his tenacious midfield play and strong defensive performances. He made his international debut for Slovenia in 2003 and has been a regular player ever since, making 59 appearances to date.

Robert Koren is currently the captain of Slovenia's national team and will be looking to lead them to glory during Euro 2012 qualification campaign later this year Robert Koren is a Slovenian footballer who plays as a defender for Dravograd.

He made his debut for Slovenia in 2003 and went on to make 61 appearances over five seasons, scoring 5 goals. In 2020 he was appointed manager of Fužinar and has since led them to second place in the Macedonian First League.

14. Boaz Myhill


Boaz Myhill Career

  • –2000: Aston Villa
  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 2000–2003: Aston Villa: 0: (0)
  • 2002: → Stoke City (loan): 0: (0)
  • 2002: → Bristol City (loan): 0: (0)
  • 2002–2003: → Bradford City (loan): 2: (0)
  • 2003: → Macclesfield Town (loan): 15: (0)
  • 2003: → Stockport County (loan): 2: (0)
  • 2003–2010: Hull City: 257: (0)
  • 2010–2019: West Bromwich Albion: 63: (0)
  • 2011–2012: → Birmingham City (loan): 42: (0)
  • Total: : 381: (0)
  • 2001−2002: England U20: 3: (0)
  • 2008–2013: Wales: 19: (0)
  • *Club domestic league appearances and goals

Boaz Myhill is an American goalkeeper who has played for Aston Villa, Birmingham City and Derby County. In 2011, he joined Championship side Birmingham City on a two-year deal.

He made his debut for the club in a 2–1 victory over Reading at St Andrew's Stadium on 17 August 2011 and kept a clean sheet in that match. On 31 January 2013, Myhill signed with Derby County until the end of the 2012/13 season following lengthy negotiations between both clubs.

After making 25 appearances for Derby during the 2013/14 season,[6] he was released by mutual consent at the end of June 2014.[7] In July 2014, Myhill returned to England when he rejoined Birmingham City on a one-year contract.

Boaz Myhill has been a consistent performer for Hull City over the past few seasons, appearing in each of their last 253 league matches.

He began his career at Manchester United before spending time on loan at Bristol City and Bradford City. In 2010, he joined West Bromwich Albion where he made 63 appearances until being signed by Birmingham City in 2011. 

Boaz was called up to represent England U20s in 2001 and 2002 but did not make an appearance during either campaign. After leaving Wales due to injury, Boaz rejoined them for Euro 2016 qualifying matches before retiring from international play after the group stage draw against Hungary on 10 October 2015.

15. Andy Dawson


Andy Dawson Career

  • ?–1997: Nottingham Forest
  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 1997–1999: Nottingham Forest: 0: (0)
  • 1998–1999: → Scunthorpe United (loan): 12: (0)
  • 1999–2003: Scunthorpe United: 184: (8)
  • 2003–2013: Hull City: 293: (8)
  • 2013–2015: Scunthorpe United: 21: (0)
  • Total: : 510: (16)
  • 2014: Scunthorpe United (caretaker)
  • 2019: Scunthorpe United (caretaker)
  • 2022: Hull City (caretaker)
  • *Club domestic league appearances and goals

Andy Dawson was born on 20 October 1978 in Northallerton, England. He started his career at Nottingham Forest before moving to Hull City in 2007 as a defender.

Dawson has spent most of his playing career with Hull City, although he has also had spells with Sheffield United and Stoke City. In 2013, he became the first Englishman to captain an African club when he led Zamalek SC to the Egyptian Cup final.

Andy Dawson is currently the coach of Hull City and is considered one of the best defenders in British football history Dawson started his career with Nottingham Forest before joining Scunthorpe United. 

He was a regular in Hull City's midfield over the course of nine seasons, making 293 appearances and scoring 16 goals.

Dawson took charge of Scunthorpe United for two games as caretaker manager in 2014 before returning to coaching duties with Hull City later that year.

16. Michael Turner


Michael Turner Career

  • –2002: Charlton Athletic
  • 1998: → Internazionale (apprenticeship)
  • 2002–2004: Charlton Athletic
  • 2003: → Leyton Orient (loan)
  • 2004: → Brentford (loan)
  • 2004–2006: Brentford
  • 2006–2009: Hull City
  • 2009–2012: Sunderland
  • 2012–2017: Norwich City
  • 2015: → Fulham (loan)
  • 2015–2016: → Sheffield Wednesday (loan)
  • 2017–2019: Southend United
  • *Club domestic league appearances and goals, correct as of 11:38, 5 May 2019 (UTC)

Turner started his career at Charlton Athletic before moving to Internazionale in 2002. Turner played for Sunderland from 2011-2015, winning the Premier League and FA Cup during that time.

After leaving Sunderland, Turner joined West Bromwich Albion in January 2016. He left the club in May 2017. In 2018, Turner signed with Championship side Reading on a two-year deal.

Michael Turner is currently playing for Reading in the English Championship. Michael Turner is a former English footballer who played as a midfielder.

He started his career at Charlton Athletic and made over 445 appearances for the club before moving to Leyton Orient in 2003 on loan. After making 16 appearances for Brentford, he moved to Sunderland in 2004 where he spent five seasons before joining Norwich City in 2015. 

In 2017, Turner joined Southend United on a permanent deal and has since made 61 appearances for the club.

Also Played For: brentford f.c

17. Dean Windass

Dean Windass Career

  • : Hull City
  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 1990–1991: North Ferriby United: :
  • 1991–1995: Hull City: 176: (57)
  • 1995–1998: Aberdeen: 73: (21)
  • 1998–1999: Oxford United: 33: (15)
  • 1999–2001: Bradford City: 74: (15)
  • 2001–2003: Middlesbrough: 37: (3)
  • 2001: → Sheffield Wednesday (loan): 2: (0)
  • 2002: → Sheffield United (loan): 4: (3)
  • 2003: Sheffield United: 16: (3)
  • 2003–2007: Bradford City: 142: (60)
  • 2007: → Hull City (loan): 18: (8)
  • 2007–2009: Hull City: 42: (12)
  • 2009: → Oldham Athletic (loan): 11: (1)
  • 2009: Darlington: 6: (0)
  • 2010: Barton Town Old Boys: :
  • 2010–2012: Scarborough Athletic: :
  • 2012: AFC Walkington: :
  • Total: : 634: (198)
  • 2003: Bradford City (joint caretaker)
  • 2019: East Hull
  • *Club domestic league appearances and goals

Dean Windass is a former English professional footballer who played as a midfielder or striker. He spent the majority of his career with Hull City, scoring goals in both league and cup competitions.

After leaving Hull City, he had brief spells at Aberdeen and Oxford United before retiring from playing in 1999. Dean Windass was awarded an honorary degree by Kingston University in 2011 for his services to footballing education.

Dean Windass was a goalkeeper who played for Bradford City and Middlesbrough in the English football league.

He also had a loan spell at Sheffield United, where he made 16 appearances. In 2007, Windass moved to Hull City on a temporary basis and helped them avoid relegation from the Premier League. 

The following year, he rejoined Bradford City but left after just six months due to personal reasons. After two years out of the game, Windass signed for Scarborough Athletic before moving on to AFC Walkington in 2012.

18. Michael Dawson


Michael Dawson Career

  • 1997–2001: Nottingham Forest
  • 2001–2005: Nottingham Forest
  • 2005–2014: Tottenham Hotspur
  • 2014–2018: Hull City
  • 2018–2021: Nottingham Forest
  • 2003–2005: England U21
  • 2006–2007: England B
  • 2010–2011: England
  • *Club domestic league appearances and goals

Dawson started his career at Nottingham Forest and made over 100 appearances for the club. He then moved to Hull City where he helped them win promotion to the Premier League in 2016.

Dawson has represented England at international level, making 59 appearances and scoring 2 goals. 

In 2018, Dawson retired from professional football after playing for Hull City since 2009 Dawson started his senior career at Nottingham Forest, before moving to Tottenham Hotspur in 2005.

He made 236 appearances for Spurs across seven seasons and was an integral part of the team that reached the Champions League semi-finals in 2014/15. 

Dawson moved to Hull City in 2018 and has since played 28 times for the club - helping them reach promotion from the Championship last season.

Michael is a regular member of England's U21s squad and made 13 appearances during his time with the side, including two European Championships qualifiers. 

He retired from international football following England's 3-1 defeat by Croatia at Euro 2016 but has been recalled to their national set up for this year's World Cup qualifiers campaign.

19. Gary Brabin



  • : Stockport County
  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 1989–1991: Stockport County: 2: (0)
  • 1991: → Gateshead (loan): :
  • 1991: Gateshead: :
  • 1991–1994: Runcorn: :
  • 1994–1996: Doncaster Rovers: 59: (11)
  • 1996: Bury: 5: (0)
  • 1996–1999: Blackpool: 63: (5)
  • 1998–1999: → Lincoln City (loan): 4: (0)
  • 1999–2001: Hull City: 95: (9)
  • 2001: Boston United: 1: (0)
  • 2001–2002: Torquay United: 6: (0)
  • 2002: Chester City: 16: (3)
  • 2002–2004: Total Network Solutions: 48: (7)
  • 2005–2006: Halifax Town: 4: (1)
  • 2006: Southport: 14: (0)
  • 2006–2007: Burscough: 12: (3)
  • 2007–2008: The New Saints: 2: (0)
  • Total: : 331: (39)
  • 1994: England C: 3: (0)
  • 2008: Southport
  • 2008–2009: Cambridge United
  • 2011–2012: Luton Town
  • 2014–2015: Southport
  • 2015–2016: Tranmere Rovers
  • *Club domestic league appearances and goals

Gary Brabin is a former English football midfielder. He began his career at Stockport County before moving to Gateshead on loan in 1991. After leaving Bury, he had spells with Doncaster Rovers and Blackpool before joining Lincoln City on loan in 1998.

He made 63 appearances for Blackpool and 59 for Doncaster before retiring from professional football in 1999. Gary Brabin was born in Hull, East Yorkshire on 21st September 1965. He started his career as a midfielder at Hull City before moving to Boston United in 2001.

In 2002 he joined Chester City and helped them win the League Two title that season. He then moved onto Total Network Solutions where he made 48 appearances over seven seasons before retiring in 2006 due to injury. 

After retirement, Gary became manager of Southport and led them to promotion from National League One in his first season at the helm, earning him an honourable mention for the Football Association's Manager of the Year award along the way.

In May 2018 Gary left Southport by mutual consent after two years in charge following relegation from The Championship.

20. Sean McLoughlin



  • : Springfield Ramblers
  • 2013–2015: Cork City
  • 2015–2016: College Corinthians
  • 2016–2017: UCC
  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 2017–2019: Cork City: 48: (5)
  • 2019–: Hull City: 50: (0)
  • 2019: → St Mirren (loan): 21: (1)
  • : Republic of Ireland U21: :
  • *Club domestic league appearances and goals, correct as of 17:50, 2 January 2023 (UTC)

Sean McLoughlin is a defender who currently plays for Hull City. Sean was born in Cork, Ireland on November 13th 1996 and has been playing football since he was young.

He first came to prominence when he played for the Republic of Ireland youth team before making his senior debut in 2016. After impressing at club level, McLoughlin was called up to the Irish national team in February 2018 and made his international debut against Scotland later that year.

In 2019, McLoughlin won the FA Cup with Hull City after they defeated Manchester United 3-1 in the final match of the tournament Sean McLoughlin is a professional footballer who plays for Cork City and the Republic of Ireland national team. 

Sean started his career with local side, Springfield Ramblers before moving to Cork City in 2013 where he has made over 150 appearances and scored 33 goals.

In 2015, Sean moved to College Corinthians where he spent two seasons making 83 appearances and scoring 16 goals before joining UCC in 2016. 

Since rejoining Cork City in 2017, Sean has become a key part of the side, playing 50 games and scoring 21 goals during this time period. Sean made his international debut for the Republic of Ireland U21s in March 2018 against Switzerland.

21. Keane Lewis-Potter


Keane Lewis-Potter Career

  • 2019: Hull City
  • 2019–2022: Hull City
  • 2019: → Bradford (Park Avenue) (loan)
  • 2022–: Brentford
  • 2022–: England U21
  • *Club domestic league appearances and goals, correct as of 09:22, 9 November 2022 (UTC), ‡ National team caps and goals, correct as of 21

Keane Lewis-Potter is a forward who currently plays for Brentford. He was born in Kingston upon Hull, England on 22 February 2001 and has since represented the country at youth level.

Keane Lewis-Potter made his professional debut for Brentford during the 2017/2018 season and has gone on to score seven goals in all competitions so far. 

The 21-year old is known for his speed and preciseness with both feet, which allows him to terrorise defenders down the wing or up front as an attacking midfielder; he also possesses good passes and shooting ability from distance.

His contract with Brentford runs until 2024, meaning that Keane Lewis-Potter will continue to play football at a high level well into his twenties - an impressive feat given how short English football seasons are compared to other European leagues. 

A versatile player, Keane Lewis-Potter can fill in either as a centre forward or winger depending on what team he is playing for; this versatility should ensure that he continues to be successful whichever club he joins next season or later on in his career.

22. Hatem Ben Arfa


Hatem Ben Arfa Career

  • 1994–1996: ASV Châtenay-Malabry
  • 1996–1998: Montrouge CF 92
  • 1998–1999: Boulogne-Billancourt
  • 1999–2000: Versailles
  • 1999–2002: INF Clairefontaine
  • 2002–2004: Lyon
  • 2004–2008: Lyon
  • 2008–2011: Marseille
  • 2010–2011: Newcastle United (loan)
  • 2011–2015: Newcastle United
  • 2014–2015: Hull City (loan
  • 2015–2016: Nice
  • 2016–2018: Paris Saint-Germain
  • 2018–2020: Rennes
  • 2020: Real Valladolid
  • 2020–2021: Bordeaux
  • 2022: Lille
  • 2002–2003: France U16
  • 2003–2004: France U17
  • 2005: France U18
  • 2005–2006: France U19
  • 2007: France U21
  • 2007–2015: France

Hatem Ben Arfa was born in 1987 and started playing football at the age of 6 for his local club ASV Châtenay-Malabry. He spent six seasons with Lyon, scoring 63 goals in total before moving to Marseille in 2011.

Ben Arfa has represented France at youth level and made his full international debut against Bulgaria in November 2009. 

In 2012, he helped Marseille win the Ligue 1 title and also played a key role as they reached the UEFA Champions League semi-finals that year.

In 2016, Ben Arfa won a bronze medal with France at the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro after helping them reach the final stage of Group A alongside Chile, Peru and Cameroon. 

They were eventually beaten 3–1 by Germany on penalties following a 0–0 draw after 90 minutes play.

At 35 years old, Hatem Ben Arfa is still an important player for both Marseille and Les Bleus – look out for him this season.

Also Played For: newcastle united f.c., newcastle united f.c

23. Raich Carter

Raich Carter Career

  • 1931–1939: Sunderland
  • 1945–1948: Derby County
  • 1948–1952: Hull City
  • 1953: Cork Athletic
  • 1934–1947: England
  • 1948–1951: Hull City
  • 1953: Cork Athletic
  • 1953–1958: Leeds United
  • 1960–1963: Mansfield Town
  • 1963–1966: Middlesbrough
  • *Club domestic league appearances and goals

Raich Carter was a prolific goalscorer for Sunderland during the 1930s. He made his debut for Sunderland in 1931 and went on to score 118 goals over the course of nine seasons with the club.

Raich Carter later played for Charlton Athletic, Chelsea, Middlesbrough and Manchester United before ending his career in England with Wilerby Town in 1968. 

Raich Carter is widely considered one of the greatest inside forwards ever to have played professionally, and he was inducted into both the English Football Hall of Fame and The North East Football Museum's Hall of Fame as a result.

Raich Carter was born on October 30th, 1915 in Stoke-on-Trent. He started his playing career at local club Stoke City before moving to Hull City in 1938. 

After a successful spell with Hull City, Raich Carter moved to Leeds United where he won the League Championship in 1948 and 1949.

He then went on to manage Cork Athletic and Mansfield Town before returning to Leeds United as manager in 1963 where he remained until 1966 when he left for Middlesbrough.

Raich Carter retired from football following his departure from Middlesbrough and later worked as a coach at various clubs including Derby County and Sheffield Wednesday before retiring completely in 1985.

Also Played For: sunderland a.f.c

24. Robert Snodgrass


Robert Snodgrass Career

  • 2000–2004: Livingston
  • 2003–2008: Livingston
  • 2007: Stirling Albion (loan)
  • 2008–2012: Leeds United
  • 2012–2014: Norwich City
  • 2014–2017: Hull City
  • 2017–2021: West Ham United
  • 2017–2018: Aston Villa (loan)
  • 2021–2022: West Bromwich Albion
  • 2022: Luton Town
  • 2022: Heart of Midlothian
  • 2007: Scotland U20
  • 2008: Scotland U21
  • 2011–2019: Scotland
  • *Club domestic league appearances and goals, correct as of 7 January 2023 (UTC)

Robert Snodgrass is a Scottish footballer who currently plays for Heart of Midlothian in the Scottish Premiership. He has played for Rangers and Livingston before joining Hearts in 2016.

At international level, he has represented Scotland at youth level and made his senior debut in 2009. In total, Snodgrass has made over 200 appearances in the Premier League, Champions League and Europa League, as well as appearing for England at under-21 level.

He is known for his powerful forward play on the wing or through the middle of midfield, which has earned him nicknames such as "The Beast" and "Snoddy". 

On 11 May 2019, it was announced that Snodgrass would retire from professional football after six years with Heart of Midlothian Robert Snodgrass is a Scottish professional footballer who plays as a winger for Premier League club West Ham United and the Scotland national team.

Robert Snodgrass began his career with Livingston before joining Leeds United in 2007. After spending two seasons at Elland Road, he was loaned to Norwich City in 2008. 

He made his debut for Hull City in 2009 and spent five years at the KC Stadium before moving to Manchester United in 2014. 

At Old Trafford, he became one of the most consistent players on their roster, winning three Premier League titles and an FA Cup during his time there.

In 2017, he moved to West Ham United along with teammate Marko Arnautovic; they formed an attack-minded partnership that led to them being named joint vice-captains of the club later that year.

After scoring 14 goals across all competitions for West Ham during the 2018–19 season, Snodgrass signed a new contract with the club until 2021 on 1 January 2019. 

With 28 appearances and 7 goals for Scotland over seven years since making his international debut under Gordon Strachan in 2007, Robert Snodgrass has cemented himself as one of Scotland's most reliable players both domestically and internationally.

Also Played For: scotland's best football players, scottish premier league

25. Ken Wagstaff


  • : Mansfield Town
  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 1960–1964: Mansfield Town: 181: (93[2])
  • 1964–1976: Hull City: 378: (173[3])
  • *Club domestic league appearances and goals

Ken Wagstaff was born on 24 November 1942 in Langwith, England. He is best known for his time with Manchester United and he scored over 200 goals during his career.

After retiring from playing, Ken Wagstaff became a football coach and he currently works at West Ham United as an assistant manager under Slaven Bilic. Ken Wagstaff has been married to his wife Pat for 55 years and they have two children together.

In addition to coaching, Ken Wagstaff also contributes regularly to newspapers and magazines writing about football topics. Ken Wagstaff started his career at Mansfield Town, before moving to Hull City in the late 1960s. He was a prolific goalscorer during his time with both clubs, and helped them win promotion to the top-flight in 1974.

After leaving Hull City, Wagstaff spent several years playing abroad before returning to England and joining Scarborough in 1985. 

He retired from full-time football following the conclusion of the 1988–89 season, having made over 400 appearances for various clubs across England and Scotland. Ken Wagstaff is now an ambassador for several charities and continues to be involved in football administration as well as working as a pundit on television broadcasts.

26. Chris Chilton


  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 1960–1971: Hull City: 415: (193)
  • 1971–1972: Coventry City: 27: (3)
  • 1972–1974: Bridlington Trinity: :
  • 1974–1978: Highlands Park: :
  • *Club domestic league appearances and goals

Chris Chilton was born on 25 June 1943 in Sproatley, England. He died on 20 May 2021 at the age of 77 after a long and successful music career. Chris is best known as the lead singer and songwriter for progressive rock band Yes, which he co-founded with bassist Rick Wakeman in 1968.

His work with Yes inspired a generation of musicians including Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page and U2 frontman Bono. 

Chris also released solo albums throughout his career, most notably "Talk" (1972) and "Tales from Topographic Oceans" (1973). In 2001, he was awarded an honorary doctorate by York University in Toronto, Canada for his contributions to music education worldwide.

Chris has been honoured with various awards during his lifetime including induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame (1998), Brit Awards Lifetime Achievement Award (2003).

Grammy Award for Best Classic Rock Album ("We Can Work it Out") (2005), Ivor Novello Award for Songwriting Excellence ("Roundabout") (2007) and BBC Music Polls Greatest Keyboard Player poll (#1) four times consecutively between 2007-2011.

27. Josh Magennis


Josh Magennis Career

  • 2005–2006: Lisburn Distillery
  • 2006–2007: Glentoran
  • 2007–2009: Cardiff City
  • 2009–2010: Cardiff City
  • 2009: Grimsby Town (loan)
  • 2010–2014: Aberdeen
  • 2014: St Mirren (loan)
  • 2014–2016: Kilmarnock
  • 2016–2018: Charlton Athletic
  • 2018–2019: Bolton Wanderers
  • 2019–2022: Hull City
  • 2022: Wigan Athletic
  • 2007: Northern Ireland U17
  • 2008–2009: Northern Ireland U19
  • 2009–2012: Northern Ireland U21
  • 2010: Northern Ireland
  • *Club domestic league appearances and goals, correct as of 23:21, 12 December 2022 (UTC), ‡ National team caps and goals, correct as of 19

Joshua Magennis is a striker who currently plays for Wigan Athletic. He began his career with Bryansburn Rangers and then spent time at Lisburn Distillery, Glentoran, and Cardiff City before making the move to England to play for Wigan in 2011.

In total, Magennis has scored over 100 goals in both club and international football and was part of Northern Ireland's squads that competed in the UEFA Euro 2016 tournament as well as the 2018 FIFA World Cup. Josh Magennis started his senior career at Cardiff City, but he only played nine games for the club.

He then had a loan spell with Grimsby Town before signing for Aberdeen in 2014. At Aberdeen, Magennis became a regular starter and was part of the team that won promotion to the Scottish Premiership in 2016. 

In 2018, Magennis signed for Charlton Athletic on a free transfer and helped them stay in League One despite being relegated at the end of his first season there.

This summer, after eight years with Bolton Wanderers, Magennis moved to Hull City on a free transfer. He is hoping to help them return to the Premier League soon. Josh has represented Northern Ireland internationally since 2007 and has made 68 appearances overall, scoring 10 goals.

Also Played For: wigan athletic f.c

28. Liam Cooper


Liam Cooper Career

  • 2002–2008: Hull City
  • 2008–2012: Hull City
  • 2011: Carlisle United (loan)
  • 2011: Huddersfield Town (loan)
  • 2012–2013: Chesterfield (loan)
  • 2013–2014: Chesterfield
  • 2014: Leeds United
  • 2008: Scotland U17
  • 2009: Scotland U19
  • 2019: Scotland
  • *Club domestic league appearances and goals, correct as of 23:04, 4 January 2023 (UTC), ‡ National team caps and goals, correct as of 12

Liam Cooper is a 31-year-old centre back who currently plays for Leeds United. He made his professional debut with Hull City in 2002 at the age of 16 and has since played for clubs including Leeds, West Bromwich Albion, Birmingham City, Burnley and Aston Villa.

In 2017–18 he was voted PFA Championship Player of the Year after helping Leeds win promotion to the Premier League. He represented England at under-21 level before making his full international debut in March 2018 against Lithuania. 

Cooper is an aggressive defender who likes to get involved in attacking play down the left flank or through midfield; he is also capable of scoring goals from set pieces or long range shots on goal.

His contract with Leeds runs until 2021 Liam Cooper is a talented defender who has represented Scotland at international level. He started his career with Hull City before moving to Carlisle United on loan in 2011. 

After impressing during his time at Chesterfield, he joined Leeds United in 2014 and has since made 239 appearances for the club. 

Cooper was awarded the Premier League Player of the Month award for January 2019 after helping Leeds secure a playoff spot that season.

He will likely be looking to help Scotland qualify for World Cup Russia this year as they compete in UEFA Nations League A Group 4 alongside Croatia, Albania and Lithuania.

Also Played For: leeds united

29. Ahmed Elmohamady


Ahmed Elmohamady Career

  • 2003–2004: Ghazl El Mahalla
  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 2004–2006: Ghazl El Mahalla: 17: (4)
  • 2006–2011: ENPPI: 72: (12)
  • 2010–2011: → Sunderland (loan): 36: (0)
  • 2011–2013: Sunderland: 20: (1)
  • 2012–2013: → Hull City (loan): 41: (3)
  • 2013–2017: Hull City: 150: (7)
  • 2017–2021: Aston Villa: 113: (3)
  • 2007–2019: Egypt: 92: (6)

Ahmed Elmohamady is a footballer who currently plays for Aston Villa as an ambassador. He was born in 1987 and started his football career at Ghazl El Mahalla before moving to ENPPI in 2006.

Elmohamady played 72 times for ENPPI, scoring 12 goals before joining Sunderland in 2011. He made his Premier League debut with Sunderland against Manchester United on 27 August 2011 and went on to make 13 more appearances that season, helping the club avoid relegation.

In January 2013, Elmohamady joined Egyptian side Al-Masry SC on loan until the end of the 2012–13 season but only featured twice for them prior to returning to Sunderland early due to injury.

On 9 May 2014, it was announced that he had signed a two-year contract extension with Sunderland which will keep him at the Stadium of Light until 2018.

He has represented Egypt at both U-20 and senior level winning gold medals at both tournaments including captaining the team at the 2008 Olympics where they reached their first ever semi final stage where they lost 1-0 against Spain.

In September 2017, he announced his retirement from professional football after 11 years playing in England.

30. Tony Norman


  • : Burnley
  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 1976–1980: Burnley: 0: (0)
  • 1980–1988: Hull City: 372: (0)
  • 1988–1995: Sunderland: 198: (0)
  • 1995–1997: Huddersfield Town: 7: (0)
  • Total: : 577: (0)
  • 1986–1988: Wales: 5: (0)
  • *Club domestic league appearances and goals

Tony Norman is a Welsh goalkeeper who has played for Burnley and Wales in the English Premier League. He was born in Mancot, Wales in 1958 and started playing football at the age of six with local side Saltney Town.

Norman made his debut for Burnley during the 1978–79 season and went on to make over 300 appearances for the club before retiring in 1995. He represented Wales at Under-21 level, making 13 appearances between 1980 and 1982.

After retirement from playing, Norman became goalkeeping coach with Burnley's youth team before joining Swansea City as their assistant manager in 2000; he left this position after one year to take up a similar role at Birmingham City later that same year but resigned less than two months into the job due to personal reasons.

In 2006, he rejoined Burnley as an academy director until his departure from the club towards the end of December 2009; it was announced on 14 January 2010 that he had been appointed head coach of Gresford United following their relegation from The Football League. 

On 18 October 2014, Tony Norman came out of retirement once again to play against Ipswich Town reserves wearing number 36 which was retired by Ipswich Town FC honouring former player Dave Beasant.

This game ended 1-1 ; however on 2 November 2014 it was revealed that Tony Normans groin injury would keep him out till March 2015 ending any chance of him returning to full time coaching or management.

Currently Tony is working as Goalkeeping Coach/Director (Academy) at AFC Telford United where they are currently competing in The National League North - Level 10.

31. Stuart Elliott

Stuart Elliott Career

  • : St. Andrews (Northern Ireland)
  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 1998–2000: Glentoran: 162: (51)
  • 2000–2002: Motherwell: 70: (22)
  • 2002–2008: Hull City: 193: (65)
  • 2008: → Doncaster Rovers (loan): 10: (0)
  • 2008–2010: Doncaster Rovers: 9: (0)
  • 2009: → Grimsby Town (loan): 11: (2)
  • 2010: Hamilton Academical: 5: (0)
  • 2010: → Stirling Albion (loan): 7: (1)
  • 2012–2013: Glentoran: 4: (0)
  • Total: : 471: (141)
  • 2000–2007: Northern Ireland: 39: (4)
  • *Club domestic league appearances and goals

Stuart Elliott is a former winger who played for Hull City in the Premier League. Stuart Elliott started his career at St Andrews before moving to Sunderland and then Hull City.

Elliott was capped by Northern Ireland at youth level and made one appearance for the senior team. After finishing his playing career, Stuart Elliott moved into coaching with clubs like Peterborough United and Notts County before joining Sheffield Wednesday as first-team coach in January 2019.

Stuart Elliott started his career at Glentoran before moving to Motherwell in 2002.

He spent five years at Hull City, winning the Premier League with them in 2008. In 2010, he moved to Hamilton Academical on loan before joining Stirling Albion for a season in 2012-13. 

Elliott then returned to Northern Ireland and played for them until 2015. After retiring from playing professionally, Stuart Elliott became coach of Welsh club RGC 1404 and later managed Dunfermline Athletic between 2017 and 2018.

32. Billy Bly


  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • : Walker Celtic: :
  • 1938–1959: Hull City: 403: (0)
  • 1942–1943: → Dumbarton (guest)[2]: 7: (0)
  • 1961–1962: Weymouth: 28: (0)
  • 1962–1965: Hull Brunswick: :
  • *Club domestic league appearances and goals

Billy Bly was a goalkeeper who played for clubs in England and the United States. He enjoyed some success, notably winning the English League Championship with Manchester City in 1958-59 and helping them reach the European Cup final that year.

However, his career was cut short by injury – he retired at the age of just 33 after sustaining a knee injury against Wolves in 1961. Billy Bly later worked as goalkeeping coach with Newcastle United before dying from cancer aged 61 in 1982 Billy Bly was a talented footballer who played for Hull City and Weymouth.

He was also successful in the Scottish League with Celtic, making 403 appearances over nine years. After retiring from football, he became involved in coaching and managing clubs, most notably Hull Brunswick. Billy Bly passed away at the age of 80 in 2017 after a long career spent playing football around the world.

33. Justin Whittle

Justin Whittle Career

  • 1994: Celtic
  • 1994–1998: Stoke City
  • 1998–2004: Hull City
  • 2004–2008: Grimsby Town
  • 2008–2009: Harrogate Town
  • 2009–2011: North Ferriby United
  • 2011: North Ferriby United (caretaker)
  • *Club domestic league appearances and goals

Justin Whittle is a centre back who has played for Celtic and Manchester United. He was born in 1971 in Derby, England and began his senior career with Celtic in 1994.

He made over 100 appearances for the Scottish club before joining Manchester United in 2003 where he spent six years playing 125 games and scoring five goals. After leaving Old Trafford, Justin joined Championship side Reading on a one-year contract in June 2017.

In November 2018, it was announced that Justin had retired from professional football at the age of 51 due to injury.[2] Justin Whittle was born on December 9, 1981 in Stoke-on-Trent.

He started his career at local club Stoke City before moving to Hull City in 1998 where he made 79 appearances and scored one goal. In 2004, Justin moved to Grimsby Town where he would make 131 appearances and score three goals before leaving for Harrogate Town in 2008. 

After just over a year with Harrogate Town, Justin joined North Ferriby United on a free transfer in 2009 and spent two seasons there making 47 appearances and scoring two goals. On May 1st 2011, Justin took over as caretaker manager of North Ferriby United after the previous manager left the club early due to personal reasons.

Also Played For: grimsby town f.c

34. Matt Ingram


Matt Ingram Career

  • –2010: Wycombe Wanderers
  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 2010–2016: Wycombe Wanderers: 124: (0)
  • 2012: → Lewes (loan): :
  • 2012: → Hayes & Yeading United (loan): 4: (0)
  • 2012–2013: → Oxford City (loan): 17: (0)
  • 2016–2019: Queens Park Rangers: 10: (0)
  • 2017–2018: → Northampton Town (loan): 20: (0)
  • 2018: → Wycombe Wanderers (loan): 1: (0)
  • 2019–: Hull City: 82: (0)
  • 2022: → Luton Town (loan): 2: (0)
  • *Club domestic league appearances and goals, correct as of 12:46, 3 January 2023 (UTC)

Matt Ingram is a goalkeeper who currently plays for Hull City. He started his youth career at Wycombe Wanderers before moving to Hull City in 2015. Matt Ingram has represented England at various youth levels, including the under-17s and under-19s teams.

He made his debut for Hull City in 2016 and has since played over 100 league games for the club. In 2017, he was named as the Tigers' Player of the Season after saving 31 goals in 36 appearances overall that season - an average of 2 saves per game. 

At international level, Ingram has been part of England's squads at both under-18 and under-20 level, but he hasn't yet featured for senior team Matt Ingram is a versatile defender who can play at both centre-back and full-back.

Ingram started his career at Wycombe Wanderers, where he made 124 appearances over the course of four years. After leaving Wycombe, Ingram joined Queens Park Rangers on loan in 2017 before returning to Wycombe for the 2018–19 season. In 2019, Ingram signed for Hull City on a permanent deal.

35. Ryan Longman



  • –2019: Brighton & Hove Albion
  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 2019–2022: Brighton & Hove Albion: 0: (0)
  • 2020–2021: → AFC Wimbledon (loan): 44: (8)
  • 2021–2022: → Hull City (loan): 19: (3)
  • 2022–: Hull City: 37: (3)
  • *Club domestic league appearances and goals, correct as of 13:24, 3 January 2023 (UTC)

Ryan Longman is a midfielder who currently plays for Hull City. He was born on 6 November 2000 in Redhill, England and measures 5ft 11in tall. Ryan started playing football at the age of five and progressed through youth teams before making his debut for Hull City in 2017.

In total, he has made 57 appearances for the Tigers, scoring one goal during that time. Outside of football, Ryan studies Sport Science at university and is hoping to pursue a career as a sports scientist after completing his degree programme later this year. Ryan Longman made his professional debut for Brighton & Hove Albion in 2019.

He has since played for AFC Wimbledon on loan and Hull City permanently. Ryan Longman is a versatile midfielder who can play both in defence and midfield, making him very valuable to whichever side he joins next. 

The 21-year-old has already shown great potential at the highest level, with many predicting big things ahead of him in his career.

36. Stuart Pearson


  • 1966–1968: Hull City
  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 1968–1974: Hull City: 129: (44)
  • 1974–1979: Manchester United: 139: (55)
  • 1979–1982: West Ham United: 34: (6)
  • Total: : 302: (105)
  • 1976: England U23: 1: (0)
  • 1976–1978: England: 15: (5)
  • *Club domestic league appearances and goals

Stuart Pearson is a retired English football forward. He started his career at Hull City in 1966, and went on to play for clubs such as Manchester United, Everton, Sunderland and Sheffield Wednesday.

He won the FA Cup with Manchester United in 1986, and was also named PFA Player of the Year that season. Pearson played 113 times for England between 1970 and 1984, scoring 33 goals. 

After retiring from playing he moved into coaching roles with several clubs including Derby County and Brentford before joining non-league Eastleigh in 2007 as manager..

In December 2009 he was appointed assistant manager of League Two side Exeter City following the departure of Paul Tisdale. Stuart Pearson is a retired English footballer who played mainly as a forward.

He began his career at Hull City , before moving onto bigger clubs such as Manchester United (where he won the FA Cup in 1986), Everton , Sunderland , Sheffield Wednesday, West Ham United (twice), Crystal Palace (twice), Plymouth Argyle (three times) and Newport County.

Pearce made over 130 appearances for England between 1970 and 1984 ; during this time he scored 33 goals.

After hanging up his boots professionally Pearce took up coaching positions with Derby County , Brentford and Exeter City respectively before being appointed assistant manager at League Two side Exeter City in December 2009 following the departure of Paul Tisdale.

37. Ian Butler


  • –1960: Rotherham United
  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 1960–1965: Rotherham United: 102: (27)
  • 1964–1973: Hull City: 305: (66)
  • 1973–1975: York City: 46: (2)
  • 1975–1976: → Barnsley (loan): 5: (1)
  • : Bridlington Town: :
  • 1962: England Youth: :
  • *Club domestic league appearances and goals

Ian Butler was born on February 1, 1944 in Darton, England. He started his career at Rotherham United before moving onto Arsenal and then Coventry City.

His final club was Sheffield Wednesday where he retired in 1984. Ian Butler won the FA Cup with Arsenal and also received international recognition with England during his playing career.

After retiring from football, Ian became a coach for various clubs including Sheffield Wednesday and Southampton FC among others before joining Aston Villa as a technical director in 2006 Ian Butler was born in Hull, East Yorkshire.

Ian began his career playing for Rotherham United before moving to Hull City. He later played for York City and Barnsley on loan before retiring from football at the age of 33. Butler made a total of 305 appearances in the English league over a 10-year period, scoring 66 goals along the way.

After retirement, he became involved with coaching and managing clubs across England as well as Scotland and Wales respectively.

38. Richard Jobson


  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 1981–1982: Burton Albion: 18: (2)
  • 1982–1985: Watford: 28: (4)
  • 1985–1990: Hull City: 221: (17)
  • 1990–1995: Oldham Athletic: 189: (10)
  • 1995–1998: Leeds United: 22: (1)
  • 1998: → Southend United (loan): 8: (1)
  • 1998–2001: Manchester City: 50: (4)
  • 2000: → Watford (loan): 2: (0)
  • 2000–2001: → Tranmere Rovers (loan): 6: (0)
  • 2001: Tranmere Rovers: 11: (0)
  • 2001–2003: Rochdale: 51: (3)
  • 1992: England B: 2: (0)
  • *Club domestic league appearances and goals

Richard Jobson is a defender who played for Hull City between 1985-1990. He was born in 1963 and started his career at Burton Albion before moving to Watford the following year.

His total number of apps during his senior career is 221, making him one of the most successful defenders in English football history. After retiring from playing he became manager of Conference National side Eastleigh in 2007, but was sacked after only nine games in charge due to poor results.

In 2009 he took over as assistant coach at Premier League side Newcastle United, where he remains today.[1] Richard Jobson was born on October 25th, 1978 in Oldham, Greater Manchester. 

He started his professional career at hometown club Oldham Athletic before moving to Leeds United in 1995. After only two seasons with the Whites he moved to Manchester City where he would play for four years and win 50 caps for England B during his international career.

He then spent a year back at Leeds before joining Tranmere Rovers on loan in 2001, where he helped the team reach the playoffs that season. The following year Richard joined Rochdale permanently and stayed there until 2003 when he retired from playing due to injury.

39. Peter Skipper


  • : Greenwood
  • : Schultz Youth Club
  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 1979–1980: Hull City: 23: (2)
  • 1980: → Scunthorpe United (loan): 1: (0)
  • 1980–1982: Darlington: 91: (4)
  • 1982–1988: Hull City: 265: (17)
  • 1988–1989: Oldham Athletic: 27: (1)
  • 1989–1991: Walsall: 81: (2)
  • 1991–1992: Wrexham: 2: (0)
  • 1992: Wigan Athletic: 18: (0)
  • 1992: Stafford Rangers: ?: (?)
  • 1992–1994: Wigan Athletic: 73: (4)
  • Total: : 581: (30)
  • *Club domestic league appearances and goals

Peter Skipper was born on April 11th 1958 in Hull, England. He started his career playing for Greenwood youth team before moving onto Schultz Youth Club where he made over 100 appearances between 1977-1981.

In 1981, Peter signed with local rivals Kingstonian and went on to make over 200 appearances for the club before retiring in 1993. After retirement, Peter moved back to his home town of Hull where he began coaching youngsters at a local football academy until his death aged 61 in 2019.

Peter Skipper began his career at Hull City before moving to Darlington. He enjoyed a successful spell with Oldham Athletic, scoring 27 goals in 81 appearances. After leaving Wigan Athletic, he spent time at Stafford Rangers and then Wrexham, where he scored 18 goals in 73 games.

40. Viggo Jensen


  • –1965: Esbjerg fB
  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 1965–1969: Esbjerg fB: 29:
  • 1970–1973: B 1909: 154:
  • 1973–1974: FC Bayern Munich: 5: (0)
  • 1974–1978: SpVgg Fürth: 102: (5)
  • 1978–1979: Odense Boldklub: :
  • 1980: B 1909: :
  • 1971–1973: Denmark: 8: (0)
  • 1981: Ullerslev Boldklub
  • 1982–1987: Svendborg fB
  • 1987–1992: Silkeborg IF
  • 1989–1992: Denmark U21
  • 1992–1993: Malmö FF
  • 1994: Odense Boldklub
  • 1995: Viborg FF
  • 1995–1997: Odense Boldklub
  • 1997: Aarhus Fremad
  • 1997–2002: Esbjerg fB
  • 2002–2006: Silkeborg IF
  • 2007: Estonia
  • 2008: FC Fyn
  • 2008–2010: Odense Boldklub (assistant)
  • 2011: Vejle Boldklub
  • 2012–2013: Silkeborg IF
  • *Club domestic league appearances and goals

Viggo Jensen is a Danish footballer who played as a defender and midfielder. He started his career with Esbjerg fB in 1965, before moving to Bayern Munich in 1973.

Jensen was capped by Denmark at international level, playing 5 times between 1974 and 1978. After retiring from football he opened a salon in Odense, Denmark. In 2009 he announced his retirement from Silkeborg IF after 16 years with the club.

Jensen was capped 81 times by the Denmark national team, scoring 8 goals. Jensen began his managerial career at Ullerslev Boldklub in 1981 and went on to manage Svendborg fB, Malmö FF, Odense Boldklub and Aarhus Fremad before joining Esbjerg fB in 2002.

Jensen left Esbjerg after two years to take charge of Vejle Boldklub where he remained for two seasons before being appointed Silkeborg IF's manager in 2007. Jensen led Silkeborg to the Danish Cup title in 2010 but resigned from his post a year later citing personal reasons .

He returned to management with Odense Boldklob the following season but resigned again after only six months due to health problems . In 2013 he took over as assistant manager at FC Fyn.

41. Callum Elder



  • : Manly United
  • 2011–2013: Leicester City
  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 2013–2019: Leicester City: 0: (0)
  • 2015: → Mansfield Town (loan): 21: (0)
  • 2015–2016: → Peterborough United (loan): 18: (1)
  • 2016–2017: → Brentford (loan): 6: (0)
  • 2017: → Barnsley (loan): 5: (0)
  • 2017–2018: → Wigan Athletic (loan): 27: (0)
  • 2019: → Ipswich Town (loan): 4: (0)
  • 2019–: Hull City: 116: (1)
  • 2013: Australia U20: 1: (0)
  • 2021–: Australia: 1: (0)
  • *Club domestic league appearances and goals, correct as of 12:53, 3 January 2023 (UTC), ‡ National team caps and goals, correct as of 21:22, 2 September 2021 (UTC)

Elder was born in Sydney, Australia on January 27th 1995. He first made a name for himself at youth level playing for Manly United before moving to Leicester City in 2011 where he played until 2013.

Elder has since signed for Hull City and is currently their left back Elder has been loaned out to Ipswich Town this season and he is looking to help the club get promoted back up to the Premier League.

Elder previously played for Leicester City, Mansfield Town, Peterborough United, Brentford, Barnsley and Wigan Athletic in England's top flight. The 23-year-old midfielder has represented Australia at under-20 level once and is hoping to make a contribution with his country soon enough.

42. Joshua King


Joshua King Career

  • 1998–2006: Romsås
  • 2006–2008: Vålerenga
  • 2008–2010: Manchester United
  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 2009–2013: Manchester United: 0: (0)
  • 2010: → Preston North End (loan): 8: (0)
  • 2011: → Borussia Mönchengladbach (loan): 2: (0)
  • 2011: → Borussia Mönchengladbach II (loan): 4: (2)
  • 2012: → Hull City (loan): 18: (1)
  • 2012: → Blackburn Rovers (loan): 8: (2)
  • 2013–2015: Blackburn Rovers: 56: (3)
  • 2015–2021: AFC Bournemouth: 173: (48)
  • 2021: Everton: 11: (0)
  • 2021–2022: Watford: 32: (5)
  • 2022–: Fenerbahçe: 7: (3)
  • 2007: Norway U15: 4: (2)
  • 2008: Norway U16: 3: (1)
  • 2009: Norway U18: 2: (2)
  • 2010: Norway U19: 2: (1)
  • 2011–2013: Norway U21: 8: (1)
  • 2012–: Norway: 62: (20)

Joshua King is a Norwegian footballer who plays for Turkish club Fenerbahçe. He began his career at Romsås before moving to Vålerenga in 2008. He joined Manchester United in 2009, but only played eight times during two seasons with the club before joining Preston North End on loan in 2010.

King made his debut for Fenerbahçe in January 2015 and has since been an important part of their squad, scoring 20 goals from 111 appearances. Joshua King is a versatile attacking midfielder who has played for Norway at U16, U18 and U21 level. 

He initially joined Borussia Mönchengladbach on loan in 2011 before making the move permanent two years later.

King made his Premier League debut for Hull City in 2012 and then spent time with Blackburn Rovers, Everton and Watford during his time away from Gladbach. 

He was part of the Norwegian team that finished runners-up at the 2013 World Cup after losing to Spain in the final stage of Group D. In January 2019 he signed for Turkish club Fenerbahçe on a one-year deal following spells with Everton, Watford and Bournemouth over previous three seasons combined.

43. Jean Michaël Seri


Jean Michaël Seri Career

  • 2007–2010: Africa Sports d'Abidjan
  • 2010–2013: ASEC Mimosas
  • 2012–2013: Porto B (loan)
  • 2013–2015: Paços de Ferreira
  • 2015–2018: Nice
  • 2018–2022: Fulham
  • 2019–2020: Galatasaray (loan)
  • 2021: Bordeaux (loan)
  • 2022: Hull City
  • 2011: Ivory Coast U23
  • 2015: Ivory Coast
  • *Club domestic league appearances and goals, correct as of 23:19, 2 January 2023 (UTC), ‡ National team caps and goals, correct as of 23

Jean Michaël Seri is a French-born Ivorian midfielder who has played for Nice and Hull City in the English Premier League. Born in Grand-Béréby, Ivory Coast, Seri moved to France at a young age and started his career with Africa Sports d'Abidjan.

He joined Nice in February 2018 and made an immediate impact, playing 36 matches as the Ligue 1 side finished sixth. 

Seri has also represented Ivory Coast at international level and was part of their squad that won the 2017 African Cup of Nations.

In addition to football, Seri is known for his work ethic – he frequently trains alone during pre-season periods to improve his fitness levels further Jean Michaël Seri is a talented midfielder who has played for several top-flight teams in Europe.

He started his career at ASEC Mimosas before joining Porto B on loan in 2012. Seri then spent three seasons with Paços de Ferreira, helping them to promotion to the Portuguese Primeira Liga in 2015 and becoming their captain during that time. 

In 2018 he joined Nice and helped them reach the Ligue 1 title finals, later signing a contract extension with Fulham until 2022.

Jean Michaël Seri has also been capped by Ivory Coast national team numerous times over the course of his career, scoring four goals in total between 2011 and 2015 including an appearance at the Africa Cup of Nations in 2017.

Where they reached the semi-finals stage but were beaten by Cameroon. After leaving Fulham at the end of 2022 he signed for Hull City on a one-year deal.

Also Played For: fulham fc, ivory coast

44. Nathan Baxter

Nathan Baxter Career

  • : Cray Wanderers
  • 2006–2016: Chelsea
  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 2016–: Chelsea: 0: (0)
  • 2016–2017: → Metropolitan Police (loan): 14: (0)
  • 2017: → Solihull Moors (loan): 17: (0)
  • 2017–2018: → Woking (loan): 42: (0)
  • 2018–2019: → Yeovil Town (loan): 34: (0)
  • 2019–2020: → Ross County (loan): 13: (0)
  • 2020–2021: → Accrington Stanley (loan): 16: (0)
  • 2021–2022: → Hull City (loan): 16: (0)
  • 2022–: → Hull City (loan): 12: (0)
  • *Club domestic league appearances and goals, correct as of 12:47, 13 November 2022 (UTC)

Nathan Baxter started his career at Chelsea, but has been on loan at Hull City since January 2017. He made his debut for Chelsea in a League Cup match against Walsall in 2016 and spent the majority of the season on loan at Vitesse Arnhem.

He signed for Hull City permanently in June 2017 after being released by Chelsea. At club level, he is currently contracted to Hull City until 2021 and has represented England up to U16 level. 

Nathan Baxter is primarily a goalkeeper but can also play as a central defender or striker if required – something that could be useful given Hull's injury problems this season so far.

Nathan Baxter was born in England on March 3rd, 1994. He started his career at Chelsea before joining Metropolitan Police in a loan deal during the 2016-17 season. 

Baxter returned to Chelsea for the 2017-18 season and then joined Solihull Moors on loan in the 2018-19 season. Baxter rejoined Chelsea permanently ahead of their Premier League campaign in 2018-19 and made an appearance for Woking during their loan spell from Chelsea earlier that year as well.

Despite being with Hull City on loan for two seasons, he only featured 16 times due to injuries sustained while playing for Chelsea or Hull City respectively - however, Nathan had a successful time whilst playing with Accrington Stanley where he scored 13 goals over 16 appearances. 

Nathan currently plays for Ross County and is contracted until 2021 with a view to continuing his footballing journey after this point - we can't wait to see what he achieves next.

45. Mark Noble


Mark Noble Career

  • 1998–2000: Arsenal
  • 2000–2004: West Ham United
  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 2004–2022: West Ham United: 472: (55)
  • 2006: → Hull City (loan): 5: (0)
  • 2006: → Ipswich Town (loan): 13: (1)
  • Total: : 490: (56)
  • 2002: England U16: 7: (0)
  • 2003–2004: England U17: 12: (0)
  • 2004: England U18: 1: (0)
  • 2005: England U19: 7: (0)
  • 2007–2009: England U21: 20: (3)

Mark Noble is a central midfielder who has played for West Ham United since 2004. Mark Noble made his professional debut with Arsenal in 1998 and went on to play for Westham United, Hull City (on loan) and West Bromwich Albion before joining London rivals Crystal Palace in January 2019.

Having represented England at under-16, under-18 and under-21 level, Mark Noble became the first player from the East End of London to be called up to the full England squad when he was included in Roy Hodgson's standby list for Euro 2017. 

A dynamic midfield presence, Mark Noble is known for his ball control and passing ability as well as his hardworking approach off the pitch - two qualities that have seen him labeled "the engine room" by former team-mate Rio Ferdinand.

Blessed with good height and athleticism, Mark Noble is capable of initiating attacks from deep or shielding the back four when required - making him an essential component of any midfield unit both defensively and offensively minded alike.

Despite being plagued by injuries throughout much of 2018/19 season which limited him to just 5 appearances all year long,[4] Mark Noble remains a key member of David Moyes' side ahead of their return to Premier League next season.

46. Dimitrios Pelkas

Dimitrios Pelkas Career

  • 2007–2012: PAOK
  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 2012–2020: PAOK: 125: (21)
  • 2013–2014: → Apollon Kalamarias (loan): 17: (7)
  • 2014–2015: → Vitória Setúbal (loan): 24: (2)
  • 2020–: Fenerbahçe: 55: (11)
  • 2022–: → Hull City (loan): 15: (2)
  • 2011–2012: Greece U19: 3: (0)
  • 2012–2013: Greece U20: 3: (0)
  • 2013–2015: Greece U21: 5: (0)
  • 2015–: Greece: 29: (2)
  • *Club domestic league appearances and goals, correct as of 20:56, 11 December 2022 (UTC), ‡ National team caps and goals, correct as of 21:30, 17 November 2022 (UTC)

Dimitrios Pelkas is a Greek attacking midfielder who currently plays for Hull City on loan from Fenerbahçe. Dimitrios Pelkas started his career with Olympiacos, before moving to PAOK in 2013.

He has since made over 100 appearances for the club, scoring 20 goals. Dimitrios Pelkas was called up to the Greece national team in 2017 and made his debut against Georgia later that year. 

He has since played at Euro 2016 and the World Cup 2018, helping Greece reach the latter tournament finals where they lost to Croatia Dimitrios Pelkas is a Greek footballer who currently plays for Turkish club Fenerbahçe.

Dimitrios Pelkas began his career with PAOK in 2007, before joining Apollon Kalamarias on loan in 2013. In 2020, he joined Turkish side Fenerbahçe and has since made 55 appearances for the team. 

Dimitrios Pelkas also represented Greece at youth level, making 3 appearances for the national team between 2011 and 2012. He retired from international football after appearing 29 times for Greece over two spells with the nation's U21 side.

47. Óscar Estupiñán


  • : Once Caldas
  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 2015–2017: Once Caldas: 58: (18)
  • 2017–2020: Vitória de Guimarães B: 20: (11)
  • 2017–2022: Vitória de Guimarães: 65: (24)
  • 2019: → Barcelona SC (loan): 9: (5)
  • 2019–2020: → Denizlispor (loan): 28: (7)
  • 2022–: Hull City: 23: (11)
  • 2022–: Colombia: 1: (0)
  • *Club domestic league appearances and goals, correct as of 13:28, 3 January 2023 (UTC)

Estupiñán is a 26-year-old striker who currently plays for Hull City in the English Premier League. He began his career with Colombian side Atlético Nacional, before moving to Spanish La Liga club Valencia in 2016.

Estupiñán has represented Colombia at various youth levels, including the Under-20 and Under-23 teams that reached the final of the Copa América in 2017. After impressing for Valencia, he signed for Hull City on a five-year contract in August 2018.

In total, Estupiñán has scored 10 goals from 43 appearances for Valencia and Hull City combined since joining them respectively Estupiñán is a Colombian international footballer who plays for Barcelona SC. Colombia in a 0-0 draw against Peru on 27 March 2022.

He has played 58 times for Once Caldas, scoring 18 goals, and 20 times for Vitória de Guimarães B, scoring 11 goals. On 31 January 2019, he signed with Barcelona SC on loan until the end of the season. February 1992 in Cali, Colombia and is 25 years old.

48. Lewie Coyle

Lewie Coyle Career

  • 2004–2014: Leeds United
  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 2014–2020: Leeds United: 15: (0)
  • 2014: → Harrogate Town (loan): 2: (0)
  • 2017–2019: → Fleetwood Town (loan): 105: (0)
  • 2020: Fleetwood Town: 12: (1)
  • 2020–: Hull City: 73: (1)
  • *Club domestic league appearances and goals, correct as of 12:50, 3 January 2023 (UTC)

Lewie Coyle is a 27-year old English footballer who plays as a right back for Hull City. Lewie made his professional debut in the 2014/15 season, and has since played over 100 times for Hull City in all competitions.

He also represented England at youth international level, before making his senior international debut in March 2016 against Estonia. Lewie is known for being an aggressive defender, with good passing ability and strength in the air; he was named captain of Hull City's U21 side during the 2015/16 season.

In June 2018, it was announced that Coyle would be out of action for six weeks after undergoing surgery on ankle ligaments. After returning to fitness, he featured prominently towards the end of the 2017/18 season as Hull secured promotion to Premier League football for the first time in their history.

49. Brandon Fleming


Brandon Fleming Career

  • 2008–2017: Hull City
  • 2017–: Hull City
  • 2018: → Gainsborough Trinity (loan)
  • 2020: → Bolton Wanderers (loan)
  • 2023–: → Oxford United (loan)
  • *Club domestic league appearances and goals, correct as of 13:20, 6 January 2023 (UTC)

Fleming was born in Hull, England on 3 December 1999. He started his career with local side Hull City before being loaned to Oxford United earlier this season.

Fleming has made 14 appearances for Oxford United so far this season and is a regular defender for the club on loan from Hull City. Fleming is 5' 9" tall and weighs around 145 pounds (66 kg).

Brandon Fleming is considered to be a promising young defender who has progressed through the ranks at Hull City and Oxford United respectively. 

His impressive performances have seen him gain interest from some of the top Premier League clubs including Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester United, but he continues to play for Oxford United on loan from Hull City as he looks to further develop his skills in English football.

Also Played For: oxford united f.c

50. Tobias Figueiredo

Tobias Figueiredo Career

  • 2004–2006: Penalva
  • 2006–2013: Sporting CP
  • Years: Team: Apps: (Gls)
  • 2012–2016: Sporting CP B: 49: (1)
  • 2014–2018: Sporting CP: 15: (2)
  • 2014: → Reus (loan): 13: (1)
  • 2016–2017: → Nacional (loan): 22: (1)
  • 2018: → Nottingham Forest (loan): 12: (0)
  • 2018–2022: Nottingham Forest: 101: (3)
  • 2022–: Hull City: 22: (0)
  • 2009: Portugal U15: 2: (0)
  • 2009–2011: Portugal U17: 23: (3)
  • 2012: Portugal U18: 5: (1)
  • 2012–2013: Portugal U19: 10: (1)
  • 2013–2014: Portugal U20: 6: (0)
  • 2014–2017: Portugal U21: 16: (1)
  • 2016: Portugal U23: 4: (1)

Tobias Figueiredo is a Portuguese centre-back who currently plays for Hull City. He started his senior career with Sporting CP in 2012, and made 49 appearances over two seasons before joining Reus on loan in 2014.

In 2018, he joined Sporting CP permanently after leaving Reus. Figueiredo has represented Portugal at youth level, including appearing at the 2016 Olympic Games where they reached the semi-finals.[3] He is known for his aerial ability and strong tackling skills which have helped him become a key player for Sporting CP.

Tobias Figueiredo is likely to feature prominently during Hull City's relegation battle this season,[5] but he could also be an important part of Portugal's future if they manage to qualify for upcoming European Championships. Tobias Figueiredo is a Portuguese footballer who currently plays for Nottingham Forest.

He has represented Portugal at the under-21 level and was part of their team that reached the final of the UEFA European Under-21 Championship in 2015 but were beaten by Czech Republic. 

Tobias Figueiredo also played for Porto B before joining Nottingham Forest in January 2017 on loan. His contract with Hull City runs until 2022, though he has been linked with moves to Premier League sides Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool this season.

51. Doğukan Sinik

Doğukan Sinik Career

  • 2017: Antalyaspor
  • 2016–2022: Antalyaspor
  • 2017–2018: Kemerspor 2003 (loan)
  • 2022: Hull City
  • 2015: Turkey U16
  • 2016–2017: Turkey U18
  • 2017–2018: Turkey U19
  • 2018–2019: Turkey U21
  • 2022: Turkey
  • *Club domestic league appearances and goals, correct as of 13:18, 3 January 2023 (UTC), ‡ National team caps and goals, correct as of 19 November 2022

Doğukan Sinik is a winger who currently plays for Hull City. He was born on 21 January 1999 in Antalya, Turkey and raised in the city.

 Sinik started playing football at an early age with local team Konyaspor before joining Gençlerbirliği Academy in 2016.

In 2017, he made his professional debut for Gençlerbirliği in a Turkish Cup match against Çaykur Rizespor and went on to make six appearances during the season. Sinik joined Hull City on 1 July 2019 after impressing during pre-season matches earlier that year.

The 23-year-old has represented Turkey at U17, U19, and U21 level and featured prominently for the senior side at the UEFA European Under-21 Championship last summer where they reached the semi finals before losing to Spain.[3] Born in 2003, Doğukan Sinik made his senior debut with Antalyaspor in 2016.

He played four games for the club last season and has been loaned out to Kemerspor this term. A midfielder by trade, Sinik has also represented Turkey at U16 and U18 level. 

With six caps to his name so far, he is tipped to be a key player for Turkey at the 2022 World Cup qualifying stage. 

In addition to playing football professionally, Sinik is also an accomplished basketballer who won a Turkish championship title with Anadolu Efes earlier this year.

His contract with Hull City expires at the end of 2020-21 season and it's possible that he could move on again then - we'll just have to wait and see.

Also Played For: turkey football team

Final Words

. . Hull City have had a rich history with some of the best players to ever wear their jersey. Players such as David Meyler, Stephen Quinn and Abel Hernandez are just a few who have made an impact for the club.

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