Winger Jahraldo-Martin was signed from Dulwich Hamlet in March 2013 after a successful trial, making his City debut in the League Cup five months later. But City’s elevation to the Premier League hampered his chances of breaking into the first team and after three seasons he left with only four substitute appearances under his belt.
Born in the London suburbs but raised in Antigua, Jahraldo-Martin took a chaotic approach to offers of trials at league clubs. He finally settled at Dulwich Hamlet, where his pace alerted league scouts once more.
Calaum had a lengthy loan spell at Leyton Orient in the last season of his City contract but they did not sign him permanently that summer. He instead moved to Oldham Athletic where he made a handful of appearances. In August 2017 he signed for League 2 side Newport County but stayed for only one season.
Jahraldo-Martin is a regular in the Antigua and Barbuda senior team, having made his debut in September 2014.
Nationality: Antigua & Barbuda
Date/Place of Birth: 27 April 1993, Hemel Hempstead
Hull City First Game: 27 August 2013, Leyton Orient A (League Cup Second Round), 20 years, 122 days old
Hull City Final Game: 25 August 2015, Rochdale H (League Cup Second Round), 22 years, 120 days old
Boreham Wood (2011-2012), Dulwich Hamlet (2012-2013), Hull City (2013-2016), Tranmere Rovers (2014, loan), Alloa Athletic (2015, loan), Leyton Orient (2016, loan), Oldham Athletic (2016), Newport County (2017-2018)
Hull City Record
Career: 4 apps, 0 goalsCalaum Jahraldo-Martin
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