865 Kevin Ellison

Biography

Flying winger “Super” Kevin Ellison signed for City in January 2005 for a £100,000 fee and slotted into Peter Taylor’s League One promotion chasing side. During the following season in the Championship Ellison struggled to make an impact on the first XI and moved on that Summer.

Born in Liverpool, Ellison played non-League football until he was 22, when after a goals-filled season at Altrincham he switched to Peter Taylor’s Leicester City side. He soon moved on (as did Taylor) and spent three years at Stockport then a successful season at Chester City.

Ellison moved to Tranmere in Summer 2006, a season later he returned to Chester then two years on he joined Rotherham United. In 2011 he signed for Morecambe, for whom he played into his 40s and achieve cult status. During recent years his pace faded and his reputation was founded on a no-nonsense chippy approach to the game.

Details

Nationality: England
Date/Place of Birth: 23 February 1979, Liverpool
Hull City First Game: 5 January 2005, Peterborough United H (League One), 25 years, 327 days old
Hull City Final Game: 30 April 2006, Watford A (Championship), 27 years, 66 days old

Clubs

Southport (1996), Chorley (1997), Conwy United (1997-1999), Altrincham (1999-2001), Leicester City (2001), Stockport County (2001-2004), Lincoln City (2004, loan), Chester City (2004-2005), Hull City (2005-2006), Tranmere Rovers (2006-2007), Chester City (2007-2009), Rotherham United (2009-2011), Bradford City (2011, loan), Morecambe (2011-present)

Hull City Record

Career: 41 apps, 2 goals

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