|Date of birth||16 March 1974|
|Place of birth||Stockton-on-Tees, England|
|Playing position||Defensive midfielder|
|2001||→ Birmingham City (loan)||5||(0)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
His career began at Middlesbrough where he played as a defensive midfielder. He left Middlesbrough in 1996 joining Spanish side CA Osasuna. After failing to make an impression in Spain he returned to England, signing for Bolton Wanderers. He later played for Manchester City, a team which then fell into what was then Division Two. Pollock scored a bizarre own goal in the penultimate game of the season, against Queens Park Rangers, where he flicked the ball over an opposing player before sending a looping header over his own goalkeeper. The own goal condemned Manchester City to relegation to the third tier for the first time, whilst keeping QPR in the division. As a result, a group of QPR fans thanked him by voting him the "most influential man of the past 2,000 years" in an internet poll, where "Jesus came second, apparently."
He was transferred to Crystal Palace, later spent a spell on loan to Birmingham City. On 1 March 2002, Pollock announced his retirement from professional football. He had been without a club since he left Crystal Palace by mutual consent. He was training with Grimsby Town but opted instead to play non-League football and become a director in his family's glass-making business.
He was the manager of non-League club Spennymoor Town until 2007, after his previous club Spennymoor United folded in 2005. He also coaches a Polton Allstars team that plays in the Teesside Junior Alliance – North Riding League.
After his short-lived spell as a football manager, he is now concentrating on his personal training company and is also co-owner of a glass and glazing company based in Middlesbrough near the Transporter Bridge called Polton Glass.
- Bolton Wanderers