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Well-Travelled Midfielder Signs for Cirencester
Well-Travelled Midfielder Signs for Cirencester
BetVictor Southern League Division One South club Cirencester Town have signed midfielder Jack Hobson-McVeigh.
Wednesday 18 March 20 I 09:24:23 I Photo by

Although born in St Albans, the 28-year-old has played all of his previous football abroad.

 

His career began with Birkenhead United in New Zealand - a semi-professional club from the North Shore of Auckland.

 

He moved to Waitakere United in July 2009 and to West Auckland in January 2010.

 

He returned to Birkenhead six months later and then moved back to Waitakere in September 2010.

 

Team Wellington was his next port of call in the summer of 2011 but then had further spells with Birkenhead and Waitakere as well as Waikato and WaiBOP United before moving to Germany in July 2016 with lower tier sides SC Hennen, Dusseldorf West and SC Union Nettetal.

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Well-Travelled Midfielder Signs for Cirencester
Well-Travelled Midfielder Signs for Cirencester
Wednesday 18 March 20 I 09:24:23
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Although born in St Albans, the 28-year-old has played all of his previous football abroad.

 

His career began with Birkenhead United in New Zealand - a semi-professional club from the North Shore of Auckland.

 

He moved to Waitakere United in July 2009 and to West Auckland in January 2010.

 

He returned to Birkenhead six months later and then moved back to Waitakere in September 2010.

 

Team Wellington was his next port of call in the summer of 2011 but then had further spells with Birkenhead and Waitakere as well as Waikato and WaiBOP United before moving to Germany in July 2016 with lower tier sides SC Hennen, Dusseldorf West and SC Union Nettetal.

Copyright Non League Today. Permission to use quotations from this article is granted subject to appropriate credit being given to the Non League Today website as the source and a link back to the Non League Today website.
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