Wiry Dublin-born winger Devitt came through the youth team ranks at Hull City at a time when the club was transforming from lower league contenders to Premier League stars. It was only when City were relegated back to the Championship that Devitt made his City debut, having cut his teeth during various loan spells. By 2013 City were heading once more the top flight and Devitt’s time at City ended.
After leaving City Jamie carved a decent career in the lower leagues, an abortive spell at Chesterfield was followed by extended spells at Morecambe and, latterly, Carlisle United. In June 2019 he moved to Blackpool, joining the Tangerines’ rebirth following the scourge of the Oyston family.
Devitt won a solitary Ireland under-21 cap in 2011.
Date/Place of Birth: 6 July 1990, Dublin
Hull City First Game: 7 August 2010, Swansea City H (Championship), 20 years, 32 days old
Hull City Final Game: 9 August 2011, Macclesfield Town H (League Cup First Round), 21 years, 34 days old
Hull City (2008-2013), Darlington (2009, loan), Shrewsbury Town (2009-2010, loan), Grimsby Town (2010, loan), Bradford City (2011, loan), Accrington Stanley (2012, loan), Rotherham United (2012, loan), Grimsby Town (2013, loan), Chesterfield (2013-2014), Morecambe (2014, loan), Morecambe (2014-2016), Carlisle United (2016-2019), Blackpool (2019-current)
Hull City Record
Career: 19 apps, 0 goalsJamie Devitt
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