887 David Livermore

Biography

David Livermore technically signed for City for £500,000 from Leeds United, although in reality he spent only ten days of July 2006 on the books at Elland Road after a move from Millwall. He was an effective midfielder in his first season at City, which saw the Tigers narrowly avoid relegation. He played fewer games in his second season, partly due to there being better options and partly because he was nearing a number of appearances that would trigger a contract extension, which Phil Brown was eager to avoid. He was loaned to Oldham as the appearance threshold approached and left City in the Summer of 2008, although in the end he returned to City and appeared as emergency centre back at Sheffield United due to injuries..

Hailing from London, Livermore joined Arsenal at a young age and progressed through the ranks until his release at the age of 18. He joined Millwall and spent seven successful years in South East London, playing in an unlikely Dennis Wise-inspired FA Cup Final in 2004.

His professional career petered out after he left Hull City, with short spells at Brighton, Luton and Barnet. He then entered football management, taking over the player-manager reins at Cambridgeshire non-league side Histon for two years. In 2012 he returned to Millwall and joined the coaching staff, and since 2015 he has been the Lions’ Assistant Manager.

Details

Nationality: England
Date/Place of Birth: 20 May 1980, Edmonton
Hull City First Game: 12 August 2006, Derby County H (Championship), 26 years, 84 days old
Hull City Final Game: 19 April 2008, Sheffield United A (Championship), 27 years, 335 days old

Clubs

Arsenal (1996-1999), Millwall (1999-2006), Leeds United (2006), Hull City (2006-2008), Oldham Athletic (2008, loan), Brighton & Hove Albion (2008-2010), Luton Town (2009, loan), Barnet (2010), Histon (2010-2012)

Hull City Record

Career: 52 apps, 5 goals

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2006/0724 (1)42 (0)01 (0)0----
2007/089 (11)11 (0)03 (0)0----

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