6 September 2010

Wayne Drummond

Name: Wayne Drummond
Born: 20 January 1992, Belfast
Height: 6.02 ft
Weight:
Position: Goalkeeper

Representative Honours: Northern Ireland: 2 Under-21 Caps (2010), 13 Under-19 Caps, 4 Under-17 Caps, 4 Under-16 Caps.

Club Career:
Teams
Seasons
Signed
Fee
League
FA Cup
FL Cup
Europe
Other
Linfield
-
-
Youth
0(0)/0
-
-
-
-
Glentoran
07/08
-07
Youth
0(0)/0
-
-
-
0(1)/0
Millwall
08/09-09/10
Jun-08
Youth
0(0)/0
-
-
-
-
Rangers
10/11
Jul-10
Free
0(0)/0
-
-
-
-
Ballymena Utd
11/12
Sep-11
Free
16(0)/0
-
4(0)/0
-
-
East Belfast
11/12
Feb-12
Free
-
-
-
-
-
Crusaders
12/13
May-12
Free
0(0)/0
-
3(0)/0
-
-
H&W Welders
12/13
Jan-13
Free
-
-
-
-
-
Coleraine
13/14
May-13
Free
21(0)/0
-
2(0)/0
-
-
Loughgall
13/14
Jan-14
Free
-
-
-
-
-
TOTALS
-
£0
37(0)/0
-
9(0)/0
-
0(1)/0


Biography:
A childhood Linfield fan, Shankill Road raised Wayne Drummond was on the books at Windsor Park as a teenager before moving across Belfast to join Glentoran. He made his Glens debut as a substitute for Elliott Morris in a Co. Antrim Shield win over Comber Rec in August 2007 aged just 15. After a number of trials during 2008 he joined Millwall on a 2 year deal. At the end of his contract at the New Den he joined Rangers where he played primarily in the youth team.

A regular for Northern Ireland through the schoolboy and youth set-ups, Drummond was part of the team that reached the 2010 Milk Cup Elite final. He was elevated to the Under-21 team in September 2010 while still just 18. In April 2011 it was announced that Drummond would be leaving Rangers at the end of the season.

In September 2011 Drummond joined Ballymena United and made his d├ębut in a 5-1 defeat by Coleraine. He left Ballymena the following February as he sought regular first team football. He joined Crusaders the following season but was unable to secure a regular starting spot and left mid-season.

IrishFA Bio
IFA Premiership

Northern Ireland Under-21 Cap Details:
03-09-2010 San Marino H W 4-0 ECQ
17-11-2010 Scotland.. A L 1-3 FR 

Summary: 2/0. Won 1, Drew 0, Lost 1. 

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