26 August 2015

Jordan Stewart

Name: Jordan Stewart
Born: 31 March 1995
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Position: Forward

Representative Honours: Northern Ireland: Under-19, Under-18 Schools.
Club Honours: (with Glentoran) Irish Cup Winner 2014/15; NIFL Charity Shield Winner 2015.

Club Career:
Teams ... --Seasons-- Signed -Fee- -League- FA Cup FL Cup Europe Other
Glentoran 13/14-15/16 ...-13 ..... 65(-)/21 ............. 1(0)/0
Swindon T 15/16-16/17 Aug-15 £ 50k .0(8)/ 0 0(1)/0 0(1)/1
Grimsby T 15/16 ..... Mar-16 .Loan .1(1)/ 0
Linfield. 17/18- date May-17 .Free

Biography:
A diminutive but skillful attacking player, Jordan Stewart's performances and spectacular goals for Glentoran earned him the attentions of several cross-channel clubs. Shortly after playing in David Scullion to score the winner in the 2015 Irish Cup final against Portadown, Stewart spent trial periods at Stoke, Middlesbrough and Peterborough, but it was Swindon Town who were persuaded to meet the Glens' £50,000 valuation in August 2015.

The same month as his move to Swindon was agreed, Stewart received his first call-up to the Northern Ireland Under-21 squad. He had previously played at Under-18 Schools level while attending Belfast Metropolitan College and for the Under-19s.

During his first few months in England Stewart struggled to settle and he briefly returned home. He finally made his Robins debut as a substitute in a 2-0 defeat by Millwall in mid-October. The following month he won his first Under-21 cap against France.



Northern Ireland Under-21 Cap Details:
12-11-2015 France. A L 0-1 ECQ sub
17-11-2015 Ukraine H L 1-2 ECQ sub
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