906 Neil Clement

Biography

Full back Clement joined the Tigers on loan in February 2008 to add steel and flair to the defence that propelled City towards the play-offs.  His influence was immediate and positive, to such an extent that his parent club West Bromwich Albion, who were a promotion rival, saw City barreling up the table towards them and recalled him early from his loan.

Raised in Berkshire and the West Midlands as he followed the footballing journey of his footballing father Dave Clement, Neil began his career at Stamford Bridge but his sole first team game came in 1996.  In 2000, with several loans under his belt, Clement signed for West Bromwich Albion where he spent the next ten years before a chronic knee problem ended his career in January 2010.

Clement was capped at under-16 and under-18 levels for England during the mid 1990s.

Details

Nationality: England
Date/Place of Birth: 3 October 1978, Reading
Hull City First Game: 1 March 2008, Bristol City A (Championship), 29 years, 150 days old
Hull City Final Game: 22 March 2008, Leicester City A (Championship), 29 years, 171 days old

Clubs

Chelsea (1995-2000), Reading (1998-1999, loan), Preston North End (1999, loan), Brentford (1999-2000, loan), West Bromwich Albion (2000, loan), West Bromwich Albion (2000-2010), Hull City (2008, loan)

Hull City Record

Career: 5 apps, 0 goals

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1 thought on “906 Neil Clement

  1. Owns a bar in La Cala de Mijas, near Marbella now. Have often been in there, including this summer for World Cup games. He is always keen to discuss his days at City and the clubs roller coaster of a ride recently.

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