1075 Herbie Kane

Biography

Midfielder Kane signed for City on a half-season loan in early January 2020 and made his debut for the club in the FA Cup Third Round against Rotherham. Kane was well-known to manager Grant McCann, who had the player on-loan at Doncaster the previous season. After a handful of appearances with variable success, Kane was injured and missed several months before returning for the post-COVID19 summer sprint to the end of the season, scoring his first City goal with a delightful pea-roller free kick under a leaping Birmingham City wall and curling in a fine free kick days later against Middlesbrough. Alas a hamstring injury in that game again ended his season as the Tigers slipped into League One.

Kane was born in Bristol and joined Bristol City as a teenager, before switching to Liverpool at the age of 14. He was identified early in his time at Anfield as one to watch but didn’t make his debut for the Reds’ first team until September 2019, in a League Cup tie against Milton Keynes Dons, then played again in the same competition against Aston Villa on a December 2019 where the Reds had European Cup tie on the same night. Prior to these Liverpool appearances Herbie spent 2018/19 season on loan at Doncaster Rovers where he scored seven times in 49 appearances.

Kane was capped by England at under-17 level.

Details

Nationality: England
Date/Place of Birth: 23 November 1998, Bristol
Hull City First Game: 4 January 2020, Rotherham United A (FA Cup Third Round), 21 years, 42 days old
Hull City Final Game: 2 July 2020, Middlesbrough H (Championship), 21 years, 22 days old

Clubs

Liverpool (2014-current), Doncaster Rovers (2018-2019, loan), Hull City (2020, loan)

Hull City Record

Career: 9 apps, 2 goals

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