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Michael Hector - Player profile

General information
Squad number:
3
 
First name:
Michael
 
Middle name:
-
 
Last name:
Hector
 
Playing Position:
Defender
 
Nationality:
Jamaica
 
Date of Birth:
Sunday, 19 July 1992
 
Place of Birth:
East Ham, London,
 
 
Player description
Michael Hector officially became a Fulham player in January 2020, having penned a deal which ties him to Fulham until at least the summer of 2022, with the Club holding an option to extend by a further 12 months.

The imposing centre-back spent the 2018/19 season on loan at Sheffield Wednesday, playing 37 times in the Championship and subsequently winning the Owls’ Player of the Year trophy.

Hector began his career at Reading and, after taking in several loan spells, established himself in the Royals backline in 2014/15, with his performances attracting the attentions of Chelsea who brought him to Stamford Bridge that summer.

He then gained valuable experience across a variety of loan stints. After a year back at the Madejski Stadium, he sampled German football with Eintracht Frankfurt in 2016/17, featuring 27 times as they finished 11th in the Bundesliga and reached the German Cup Final.

Hector was back in the Championship for the subsequent two seasons, racking up a total of 77 appearances for Hull City and Sheffield Wednesday.

A full Jamaican international, Hector has represented his country at the Copa America and the Gold Cup, helping them to the Final of the latter in 2015.

Source: Fulham FC



Transfer information
Transferred in from:
Chelsea
 
Transferred in date:
Wednesday, 01 January 2020
 
Transferred in value:
£8m
 
Transferred out to:
-
 
Transferred out date:
-
 
Transferred out value:
-
 
 
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