Irish international midfielder Meyler has proved a talismanic support player for City managers since Steve Bruce plucked him from Sunderland in November 2012, initially on loan and then permanently from January 2013. Tidy rather than flashy and always committed and effective, Meyler has an uncanny knack of being in the team when City win matches and out of the team when they lose. He has contributed form and goals to City’s league and Cup successes and by the start of 2017/18 was the longest standing senior professional at the club.
A talented sportsmen in a number of fields, Meyler chose to not follow his father’s footsteps into hurling and signed for Cork City in 2008. Within a few months Sunderland’s Irish scouting network had spotted Meyler and bought him to the Stadium of Light where he spent four and a half seasons prior to his Hull City switch.
Meyler is an established regular for the Ireland senior XI, having made his international debut in 2012 after earlier caps at under-19 and under-21 levels.
Date/Place of Birth: 29 May 1989, Cork (Ireland)
Hull City First Game: 10 November 2012, Cardiff City A (Championship), 23 years, 165 days old
Hull City Final Game: [current player]
Cork City (2008), Sunderland (2008-2013), Hull City (2012-2013, loan), Hull City (2013-current)
Hull City Record
Career: 180 apps, 17 goalsDavid Meyler
|2012/13||25 (3)||5||1 (0)||0||-||-||-||-||-||-|
|2013/14||27 (3)||2||6 (1)||2||3 (0)||0||-||-||-||-|
|2014/15||19 (9)||1||-||-||1 (0)||0||3 (0)||0||-||-|
|2015/16||20 (6)||2||3 (0)||0||3 (1)||1||-||-||0 (2)||0|
|2016/17||9 (11)||1||2 (0)||0||5 (1)||0||-||-||-||-|