589 Dave Kynman

Biography

Dave Kynman was a locally born left footed midfielder with pace and skill, who signed for City as an apprentice in 1978 after spending his teenage years playing for Orchard Park United. Kynman signed a professional contract for the Tigers in May 1980 and made his senior debut for the club five months later. He spent two years in the first team squad but saw little first team action as his contemporaries in the City youth setup overtook him – the likes of Garry Swann, Brian Marwood and Steve McClaren. Caretaker managers Bobby Brown and Chris Chilton selected Kynman for the final five fixtures of the 1981/82 season, but when new manager Colin Appleton Kynman was not offered a new contract.

After a short spell at Schultz YC, Dave joined Bridlington Trinity in October 1982 but soon faded out of the limelight.

Details

Nationality: England
Date/Place of Birth: 20 May 1962, Hull
Hull City First Game: 4 October 1980, Oxford United H (Division Three), 18 years, 137 days old
Hull City Final Game: 14 May 1982, Halifax Town A (Division Four), 19 years, 359 days old

Clubs

Hull City (1978-1982), Bridlington Trinity

Hull City Record

Career: 11 apps, 0 goals

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