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John Moore (footballer born 1966)

John Moore
Personal information
Date of birth (1966-10-01) 1 October 1966 (age 47)
Place of birthConsett, England
Playing positionStriker
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
1984–1988Sunderland16(1)
1984–1985St Patrick's Athletic F.C. (loan)?(?)
1985Newport County (loan)2(0)
1986Darlington (loan)2(1)
1987Mansfield Town (loan)5(1)
1988Rochdale (loan)10(2)
1988–1989Hull City14(1)
1989Sheffield United (loan)5(0)
1989–1990FC Utrecht30(8)
1990–1991Shrewsbury Town8(1)
1991Crewe Alexandra1(0)
1991–1992Scarborough7(1)
1992Bishop Auckland
1992–1997Sing Tao
1997–1999Happy Valley
1999–2002Sun Hei
2002–2003Durham City
Total?(?)
National team
Hong Kong
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

John Moore (born 1 October 1966) is an English-born Hong Kong international footballer. A striker, Moore has played professionally in England, Wales, the Netherlands, and Hong Kong.

Career

Born in Consett, Moore began his career with Sunderland in 1984.[1] While at Sunderland, Moore spent loan spells at St Patrick's Athletic F.C.,[2] Newport County, Darlington, Mansfield Town and Rochdale.[3][4][5][6] Moore then played in the Football League for Hull City and Sheffield United before moving to the Netherlands to play with FC Utrecht.[7][8] After a year abroad, Moore returned to England, playing with Shrewsbury Town, Crewe Alexandra and Scarborough.[9][10][11] Moore then played non-league football with Bishop Auckland, before moving to Hong Kong, where he played with Sing Tao, Happy Valley and Sun Hei. Moore returned to England after ten years in Hong Kong to play with Durham City.

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