1048 Jackson Irvine

Biography

Australian international midfielder Irvine joined the Tigers in August 2017 for a reported two million pounds fee, having scored for Burton Albion (and then been red carded) against the Tigers 4 weeks earlier.

Born and raised in Melbourne, Australia, Irvine spent time on the books at Melbourne Victory before moving to Scotland at the age of 17 signing for Glasgow Celtic.  He made his only SPL appearance for Celtic in 2012, and spent subsequent seasons on loan at Kilmarnock and Ross County where he established his first team chops.  In July 2015 he made a permanent switch to Ross County, and a year later he headed south signing for upwardly mobile Burton Albion.  At Burton he quickly made his name as a goalscoring attacking midfielder.

Irvine’s father was born in Scotland and he was awarded under-19 caps for the Scotland international side in 2011, but a year later he had switched allegiance to Australia, his country of birth, for whom he made his senior debut in October 2013 against Canada.  Jackson is now an established part of Australia’s senior international setup.

Details

Nationality: Australia
Date/Place of Birth: 7 March 1993, Melbourne (Australia)
Hull City First Game: 8 September 2017, Derby County A (Championship), 24 years, 185 days old
Hull City Final Game: [current player]

Clubs

Melbourne Victory (2009-2010), Glasgow Celtic (2010-2015), Kilmarnock (2013-2014, loan), Ross County (2014-2015, loan), Ross County (2015-2016), Burton Albion (2016-2017), Hull City (2017-current)

Hull City Record

Career: 9 apps, 0 goals

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