A study in wasted talent, Cameron Stewart joined Hull City on loan in November 2010 signing a permanent deal three months later. His early form featured impressive, pace and skills as he tore down the wing and created decent chances. But he sustained a long term injury in February 2011, only returning to the first team nine months later. He returned a more cautious player less willing to gallop quite so freely, but his form still attracted a (rejected) offer from Leicester City. Cameron failed to impress Steve Bruce and from 2013 onwards he was used mainly a Cup reserve, while being regularly loaned out – one such temporary move to Leeds United was accompanied by an agreement to sign Stewart once the transfer window reopened, but Leeds reneged on the deal. Stewart left the Tigers permanently in 2014.
Mancunian Stewart was a junior at Manchester United but did not break into the Red Devils’ first team by the time he signed for City at the age of 19. After four seasons at the KCOM Cameron headed south for Ipswich Town, but he was soon again being loaned out. He left Ipswich in 2016 and drifted out of the game, returning to the professional ranks when Lincoln City claimed his signature in October 2017.
Stewart was capped at under-17, under-19 and under-20 levels by England.
Date/Place of Birth: 8 April 1991, Manchester
Hull City First Game: 27 November 2010, Middlesbrough A (Championship), 19 years, 233 days old
Hull City Final Game: 27 August 2013, Leyton Orient A (League Cup 2nd Round), 22 years, 141 days old
Manchester United (2007-2011), Yeovil Town (2010, loan), Hull City (2010-2011, loan), Hull City (2011-2014), Burnley (2012-2013. loan) , Blackburn Rovers (2013, loan), Charlton Athletic (2013-2014, loan), Leeds United (2014, loan), Ipswich Town (2014-2016), Barnsley (2015, loan), Doncaster Rovers (2015-1016, loan), Lincoln City (2017-current)
Hull City Record
Career: 55 apps, 2 goalsCameron Stewart
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