Teenager makes debut for Hull City
Stepping out onto the pitch to play for Hull City's first
team at just 16-years-old was a dream come true for local boy
The former Malet Lambert School pupil, from east Hull, made
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his debut for the Tigers against Swansea City in the Carling
The youngster, a regular in the under-18s youth side, was
spotted by City scouts while playing Sunday league football at
the age of 11.
He said: "Football has always been my passion. I've played
since the age of seven and supported City since I was about
"I was a bit nervous at first, but once I got out there
playing, I could concentrate on the game. It was a dream come
"I was chuffed to bits to be given the chance. It was great
to be a part of it. It is every kid's dream to play for their
local Premier League side.
"It is a really good learning curve to be playing amongst
the big names."
Liam, who plays centre forward, said he was pleased with his
performance and is looking forward to his next opportunity to
be able to play with the first team.
He said: "I thought I had a reasonable first half and I'm
pleased with my performance. I thought it went well.
Watching from the crowd at Swansea was Liam's proud mum
She said: "I'm really proud, he's wanted this all of his
life. I can't take it in, it is the type of thing you dream
She added it was a memorable occasion, despite City crashing
to a 2-1 defeat.
Liam's younger brother may well be following in his
Joe, 15, currently plays in Hull City's under 16s youth