842 Martin Reeves

Biography

Attacking right sided midfielder Reeves joined the Tigers in March 2003 for a two month loan, reunting with manager Peter Taylor who had previously signed him on professional terms at Leicester. Reeves was a pacy attacking threat who delivered good quality crosses.

Born in Birmingham, Reeves began his career at Leicester City (where he was first introduced to the aforementioned Peter Taylor) but made only eight leaue appearances in two seasons. Reeves left Leicester in the 2003 close season and chose a move to Northampton ahead of extending his stay at Hull City. He spent two seasons on the fringes of the Cobblers’ first team before dropping into the non-leagues in February 2005, signing for Aldershot.

Details

Nationality: England
Date/Place of Birth: 7 September 1981, Birmingham
Hull City First Game: 8 March 2003, Oxford United H (League Division Three), 21 years, 182 days old
Hull City Final Game: 3 May 2003, Swansea City A (League Division Three), 21 years, 238 days old

Clubs

Leicester City (1999-2003), Hull City (2003, loan), Northampton Town (2003-2005), Aldershot (2005), Nuneaton Borough (2005-2006), Hucknall Town (2006-2007), Brackley Town (2007), Nuneaton Borough (2007-2008)

Hull City Record

Career: 8 apps, 1 goals

Martin Reeves
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OTH
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