John Eyre (footballer)
|Full name||John Robert Eyre|
|Date of birth||9 October 1974|
|Place of birth||Hull, England|
|1994–1995||→ Scunthorpe United (loan)||9||(8)|
|–||North Ferriby United|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Following a successful goalscoring spell on loan, Eyre joined Scunthorpe United permanently in 1995. He stayed there for five years, making over 150 appearances, before transferring to local rivals Hull City, his hometown club, in 1999. "Johnny Eyre" as he was affectionately known by Hull fans, made over 50 appearances for The Tigers, scoring 13 times, before transferring to Oldham Athletic in 2001, where his senior career had begun.
Eyre made over 100 appearances for Oldham Athletic in his second stint at the club, before being released in 2005. He made further appearances for non-league clubs North Ferriby United and Brigg Town before retiring from professional football.
Following his retirement from playing football, Eyre briefly became a football agent, before a stint as a car salesman. He now works for hometown club Hull City as their kitman.
- "HCK interview: Kitman John Eyre". Hull City Kits. January 12, 2012.
- John Eyre at Soccerbase
- Since 1888... The Searchable Premiership and Football League Player Database (subscription required)
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