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Wrexham AFC Player Profiles

Posted 7th June 2016 at 06:22 pm

Scottish striker Jordan White began his life with Glasgow Rangers’ youth side before signing youth forms with Hibernian and Dumfermline..

He signed his first professional contract with the Pars in 2009 and made just a single league appearance as he was loaned out to Clyde and Dumbarton.

In 2011 he headed over to Ireland to play for Drogheda United, making fifteen appearances before signing for Clyde in a second spell with the Bully Wee.

After six appearances and one goal at Clyde he switched to Falkirk but failed to find the net, so decided to sign for Stirling Albion.

It was with Albion that White found his groove smashing home 38 goals in 77 league games, before moving up to Livingston in the Scottish Championship.

In two seasons he grabbed 31 goals before Gary Mills snapped him up on a one-year deal, having scored 10 goals in Scotland’s second tier in the 2015/2016 season.


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