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Jordan Wynne

Position : -Midfield

Runcorn Linnets signed attacking midfielder Jordan Wynne from Trafford in the second week of September 2019.

The 21-year-old Liverpudlian had only moved to Shawe View in the summer after two and a half seasons with Prescot Cables.

He is known for his all-action style and an eye for goal.

Jordan had spells in the Academy set-ups at Everton and Liverpool before finding his way to Wigan Athletic, where he stayed until the age of 15.

He later moved to AFC Fylde, impressing in the Youth ranks.

May 2016 saw Jordan score twice as Man of the Match to help the young Coasters to a 3-1 victory in the North West Youth Alliance Cup final at the expense of league leaders Chester Youth.

Jordan moved from AFC Fylde to Cables in November 2016.

Another important part of his player development followed in May 2017.

It was then that Jordan captained Knowsley Youth U19s in the Dr Pepper Dallas Cup in Texas, USA. He scored in the final, a 2-1 defeat by Liverpool Foundation College.

Jordan made 30 (+ six sub) appearances for Prescot last season, scoring half a dozen goals.

His goal to game ratio was good throughout his time with Cables. His netted 22 times in 92 (+18) Prescot career outings.

Jordan moved to The Millbank after making three appearances for Trafford.

He left the Linnets towards the end of October 2019 to sign for Hyde United.

Runcorn Linnets would like to thank Instagram: LK Unique Properties who has kindly sponsored Jordan Wynne.

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