George Jermy

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George Jermy

Appearances: 2 Goals: 0

Date / Year of birth: 12th January 1988

Position: Left winger

Season of first appearance: 2009/10

Season of last appearance: 2009/10

Also played for: Norwich City (0), AFC Bournemouth (0), Dereham Town, CD Javea (Spain), Kirkley & Pakefield, Norwich United, Hoveton Wherrymen, Wivenhoe Town, Bishop's Stortford, AFC Sudbury, Metropolitan Police, Shepparton (Australia), Bentleigh Greens (Australia), Southern Stars (Australia) and Wairarapa United (New Zealand)

Left-sided wide player born in Bristol who moved to Norfolk as a youth and played for Archers FC in the Great Yarmouth & District Football League during 2002/03, George was only 14 at the start of that season.

He later had a spell as part of Norwich's youth set-up before signing up with the Brockenhurst Football Academy in 2005. The academy had had close links with AFC Bournemouth and as a result George played for the Cherries reserves.

Towards the end of 2005 he joined Dereham of the Eastern Counties Football League Premier Division and George made eight appearances (one as sub) for them without scoring during the remainder of the 2005/06 campaign.

In July 2006 he joined Costa Blanca-based Spanish side CD Javea after a successful trial and the club's Director of Football at the time was former Norwich and West Ham player Kenny Brown. George made his first team debut for Javea in October 2006 and they played in the Regional Preferente Group IV. Later in the 2006/07 season he had a trial with Villareal but at the end of the campaign George returned to England.

In July 2007 he featured in friendlies for Dorchester but George started the 2007/08 campaign with Eastern Counties Football League Premier Division outfit Kirkley & Pakefield.

In September 2007 he moved on to Norwich United, also of the Premier Division, and towards the end of 2007 George linked up with Hoveton Wherrymen who played in the Anglian Combination.

He scored four goals from ten outings for Hoveton before joining Wivenhoe in March 2008.

George played three times for Wivenhoe (once as sub) in the Isthmian League Division 1 North without scoring before the end of the 2007/08 season.

In July 2008 he had a trial with Hucknall and George was then signed by Conference South club Bishop's Stortford ahead of the 2008/09 campaign proper.

He made his debut for the Bishops in a 2-1 defeat at Weston-super-Mare on 9.8.08 but George only featured in three more games for the club before being loaned to AFC Sudbury in September 2008.

He didn't play for Sudbury's first team during his loan spell there and after going back to Bishop's Stortford George didn't feature again in their senior side either.

In November 2008 he joined AFC Sudbury on a permanent basis and George went on to make 11 appearances (three as sub) for them without scoring before leaving the club in December 2008.

In January 2009 he returned to Spain to rejoin CD Javea and George stayed there until September 2009 when he was released having made a career total of 30 appearances for the club without scoring. He left Javea at the same time as coach Kenny Brown returned to England to manage Grays but George told the club's official website that their departures coinciding was just a coincidence and said he was "totally gutted" to leave Javea.

After returning to the UK George started a trial with Margate and on 29.9.09 he played in a 4-2 win over Canterbury in a friendly at Hartsdown Park. He made his competitive debut on the left wing in a 2-1 home win over Kingstonian in the Isthmian League Premier Division on 3.10.09 and the Thanet Times said he "added pace out wide". George kept his place for a game at Canvey Island on 10.10.09 that Margate lost 2-0 but it was his last outing for the club and he was released later in October 2009.

In November 2009 George signed for Metropolitan Police and scored twice on his debut as they beat visitors Whitstable 5-0 in an Isthmian League Division 1 South game on 7.11.09. He went on to make a total of 11 league appearances (two as sub) without adding to his goal tally before the end of the 2009/10 season and then moved to Australia.

George initially played for Shepparton of the Goulburn North East Football Association and then had spells with Victoria State League side Bentleigh Greens and Southern Stars of the Victoria Premier League.

In February 2013 he signed for New Zealand-based club Wairarapa United who played in the Central Premier League.









2009/10 (MFC)









     Margate finished in relegation position but were reprieved and remained in the Isthmian League Premier Division.