1067 Tom Eaves

Biography

Tall and powerful, striker Eaves joined City in July 2019 after building a strong reputation in the lower leagues for goals and assists. His early appearances showed flashes of good touches for a big man, but it wasn’t until the first day of October that Eaves opened his goal account with a spectacular flying header that won the game against Sheffield Wednesday.

Eaves was born in Liverpool and cut his teeth at Oldham Athletic, for whom he made his league debut a few days after his 18th birthday in 2010. A few months later Eaves switched to Bolton after scoring a hattrick against them in a pre-season friendly. His six years at Bolton mostly featured loan spells to lower league sides, enabling him to learn his goalscoring trade. Released by the Trotters in July 2016, Eaves was snapped up by Yeovil Town and after one season in the South West as a first team regular, he switched to Gillingham. Tom hit his straps at the Priestfield Stadium scoring a goal every two games over a two year spell before refused a new contract in June 2019.

Details

Nationality: England
Date/Place of Birth: 14 January 1992, Liverpool
Hull City First Game: 3 August 2019, Swansea City A (Championship), 27 years, 201 days old
Hull City Final Game: [current player]

Clubs

Oldham Athletic (2008-2010), Bolton Wanderers (2010-2016), Bristol Rovers (2012-2013, loan), Shrewsbury Town (2013, loan), Rotherham United (2013, loan), Shrewsbury Town (2013-2014, loan), Yeovil Town (2014-2015, loan), Bury (2015, loan), Yeovil Town (2016-2017), Gillingham (2017-2019), Hull City (2019-current)

Hull City Record

Career: 16 apps, 2 goals

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2019/208 (6)2--1 (1)0----

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