Goalkeeper Warner spent two Premier League seasons on the City bench, getting the nod for a couple of Cup fixtures along the way.
Born in Liverpool he started his career at the Reds but rarely made the first team. A switch to Millwall in 1999 saw Warner establish himself and in five years he made over 200 starts, including a leading role in the Lions’ unlikely run to the FA Cup Final. Further seasons on the fringes of the first elevens of Cardiff City and Fulham followed, before his switch to Hull City.
Warner left Hull City in February 2010 and embarked on an extended tour of lower league English sides, New Zealand, Malta and India. He is currently the goalkeeping coach at Indian Super League side Chennaiyin FC.
Warner made his international debut for Trinidad & Tobago in 2006, claiming a second and last cap in 2011.
Nationality: Trinidad & Tobago
Date/Place of Birth: 11 May 1974, Liverpool
Hull City First Game: 24 January 2009, Millwall H (FA Cup Fourth Round), 34 years, 258 days old
Hull City Final Game: 25 August 2009, Southend United H (League Cup Second Round), 35 years, 106 days old
Liverpool (1992-1999), Swindon Town (1997, loan), Glasgow Celtic (1998-1999, loan), Aberdeen (1999, loan), Millwall (1999-2004), Cardiff City (2004-2006), Fulham (2005-2006, loan), Fulham (2006-2008), Leeds United (2006, loan), Norwich City (2007, loan), Barnsley (2008, loan), Hull City (2008-2010), Leicester City (2009, loan), Charlton Athletic (2010), Leeds United (2010), Scunthorpe United (2010), Tranmere Rovers (2011), Wellington Phoenix (2011-2012), Floriana (2012-2013), Blackpool (2013-2014), Accrington Stanley (2015)
Hull City Record
Career: 2 apps, 0 goalsTony Warner