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Full name  Jacob Matthew Blyth
2009–2010  Nuneaton Griff
Current team  Leicester City F.C.
Years  Team
Weight  77 kg

Playing position  Forward
Height  1.91 m
Place of birth  Nuneaton, England
Name  Jacob Blyth
Position  Forward
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Date of birth  (1992-08-14) 14 August 1992 (age 23)
Role  Association football player
Number  12 (Burton Albion F.C. / Forward)
Similar People  George Taft, Harry Panayiotou, Jack Barmby, Ryan Watson, Simonas Stankevicius

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Jacob Matthew Blyth (born 14 August 1992), is an English association football forward.

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Early life

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Blyth was educated at St. Thomas More School & Technical College in his home town of Nuneaton.

Early career

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He started his playing career at local league side Bermuda F.C. Entrance to the football league pyramid football followed when he played for Nuneaton Griff of the Midland Football Combination. Further moves up the pyramid followed when he switched to Bedworth United and then in January 2011 to Leamington of the Southern League Premier Division.

Leicester City

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In May 2012 the 19-year-old forward was taken on by Leicester City of the Football League Championship on professional terms for an undisclosed fee.

Early loan moves

After scoring 6 goals in 11 appearances for the club's Under 21 Development Squad he was allowed to move to Burton Albion of League Two to gain first team experience. Blyth made his Football League debut the day afterwards on 20 November 2012 as a 78th minute substitute against Aldershot Town. On 13 February 2013 he joined League One Notts County on a month's loan.

Following a successful first season playing for Leicester City Development Squad & Academy, finishing as top scorer, Blyth signed a new contract with the club on 1 May 2013.

Northampton Town (loan)

On 9 August 2013, Blyth joined Northampton Town on a one-month loan deal. Making his debut on 10 August 2013 in a League Two game against Newport County at Sixfields, Blyth scored with a 25th-minute header, the first goal in a 3–1 win for Northampton. On 10 September, Blyth extended his stay at Northampton until November following an impressive spell scoring twice in six appearances. His loan spell was cut short by injury and he returned to Leicester on 3 October.

On 6 November 2013, Blyth re-joined Northampton Town on loan until the middle of December 2013.

Blyth extended his contract at Leicester for a further two years on 2 June 2014.

Burton Albion (second loan)

On 27 August 2014, Blyth re-joined Burton Albion on loan until January 2015. Blyth made his second Burton debut in the 1–0, League Cup, giant-killing against Premier League side Queens Park Rangers on the same day he made his switch to the Brewers. Blyth scored his first goal of his loan in the 3–1 loss to Bury on 20 September 2014.

Cambridge United (loan)

On 21 August 2015, Blyth signed for Cambridge United on a one-month loan deal.

Blackpool (loan)

On 22 March 2016, Blyth joined Blackpool on loan until the end of the 2015–16 season.

Motherwell

After being released by Leicester, Blyth signed for Scottish Premiership club Motherwell on 23 June 2016, agreeing a two-year contract with the option of a third year. On 8 August 2017, Blyth left Motherwell by mutual consent after failing a drugs test.

References

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