1063 Marc Pugh

Biography

Experienced attacking wide man Pugh joined City in mid January 2019 for a loan spell spanning the remainder of the season.  Signed to maintain the upward momentum of Nigel Adkins’ play-off push, Pugh was greeted with much warmth for his professional attitude and good-guy reputation, as well as his footballing ability.

Hailing from the North West, Pugh began his career at Burnley where he made a good impression in the reserves but never broke past an unused substitute role for the first team.  In 2006 he moved to Bury and was a first team regular for one season before switching to Shrewsbury.  He drifted in and out of the Shrewsbury team and in 2009 he switched to Hereford United after a short loan spell.  His solitary full season for the The Bulls was a tremendous success with goals aplenty, which led to his move to then League One side Bournemouth.  Over the subsequent nine years Pugh was a pivotal part of the Cherries’ ascent up the league ladder and establishment as part of the Premier League elite.  Only in 2018 did he see less game time at Bournemouth, which led to his loan to the KC Stadium.

Details

Nationality: England
Date/Place of Birth: 2 April 1987, Bacup
Hull City First Game26 January 2019, Blackburn Rovers A (Championship), 31 years, 299 days old
Hull City Final Game: [current player]

Clubs

Burnley (2004-2006), Kidderminster Harriers (2005, loan), Kidderminster Harriers (2006, loan), Bury (2006-2007), Shrewsbury Town (2007-2009), Luton Town (2008, loan), Hereford United (2009, loan), Hereford United (2009-2010), Bournemouth (2010-current), Hull City (2019, loan)

Hull City Record

Career: 4 apps, 0 goals

Marc Pugh
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OTH
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2018/190 (4)0--------

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