Midfielder Woodhouse signed for City in May 2005, the club he supported as a Driffield youngster. He signed a two year deal and was briefly made first team captain, but he failed to impress on the pitch and by the folloiwng January he had moved on to Grimsby Town.
After spending his early teenage years at York City, Woodhosue switched to Sheffield United at 16 and made his first team debut for the Blades in 1987. He became a first team regular at Bramall Lane and in 2001 Woodhosue switched to Birmingham City for a £1m fee. His two years at St Andrews were mixed and in 2003 he movedon to Peterborough United, prior to his spell at Hull City.
Curtis’s spell at Grimsby lasted only a few months and by the summer of 2006 he started to pursue a professional boxing career, while also turning out in the Conference for Rushden & Diamonds. After further spells in the non-Leagues Woodhouse had a six month spell as manager of Sheffield FC in 2012. In subsequent years he went on to manage Goole, Hull United, Bridlington Town and Tadcaster Albion. In October 2019 he took the reins at Gainsborough Trinity.
Woodhouse had 31 boxing bouts mostly at welterweight and light-welterweight, winning 24 and losing 7.
Curtis won four England under-21 caps in 1999, while at Sheffield United.
Date/Place of Birth: 17 April 1980, Beverley
Hull City First Game: 20 August 2005, Brighton & Hove Albion H (Championship), 25 years, 125 days old
Hull City Final Game: 3 January 2006, Sheffield United H (Championship), 25 years, 261 days old
Sheffield United (1997-2001), Birmingham City (2001-2003), Rotherham United (2003, loan), Peterborough United (2003-2005), Hull City (2005-2006), Grimsby Town (2006), Rushden & Diamonds (2006-2009), Mansfield Town (2009), Harrogate Town (2009-2010), Sheffield FC (2010-2011), Eastwood Town (2011-2012), Sheffield FC (2012)
Hull City Record
Career: 19 apps, 0 goalsCurtis Woodhouse
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