Versatile defender and midfielder Clark was considered the pick of the youth team crop for his age, having joined the Tigers production line as a ten year old. His coming of age coincided with City’s elevation to the Premier League and first team chances were zero. By 2016 Clark was still highly rated, captaining the reserve team, but needed first team experience and was twice loaned to Cambridge United. After City’s relegation in 2017 Clark was back with first team experience under his belt. He made his City debut at left back in the first game of 2017-18 season, proving himself to be a well rounded defender with an attacking threat in his breakthrough season.
Max’s contract expired in June 2018 and while offered a new deal by City, Clark instead plumped for a move to Dutch team Vitesse Arnhem, managed by ex-City boss Leonid Slutsky.
Clark won several England caps at under-16 and under-17 representative levels but did not maintain his place in the older youth brackets.
Date/Place of Birth: 19 January 1996, Hull
Hull City First Game: 5 August 2017, Aston Villa A (Championship), 21 years, 198 days old
Hull City Final Game: 14 April 2018, Sheffield Wednesday H (Championship), 22 years 85 days old
Hull City (2014-2018), Cambridge United (2016, loan), Cambridge United (2016-2017, loan), Vitesse Arnhem (2018-current)
Hull City Record
Career: 30 apps, 0 goalsMax Clark
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