Player profile

David Amoo

Birthdate: 13 April 1991
Birthplace: Southwark, London, England
Other clubs: MK Dons (loan 2011), Hull City (loan 2011), Bury (loan 2011-12), Preston North End (2012-13), Tranmere Rovers (2013), Carlisle United (2013-)
Bought from: Millwall (youth)
Signed for LFC: 11.07.2007
Liverpool debut: 29.07.2010
Last appearance: 29.07.2010
Contract expiry: 01.06.2012
Win ratio: 100% W: 1 D: 0 L: 0
LFC league games/goals: 0 / 0
Total LFC games/goals: 1 / 0

Player profile

After scoring nine goals in 20 games for the Millwall u-18 team in the 2006/07 season Amoo joined Liverpool's Academy in July 2007. The right-winger was promoted to Melwood in 2009 and made his debut for Liverpool's first team in the Europa League third qualifying round against FK Rabotnicki on 29 July 2010. Amoo wasn't considered strong enough to challenge for a first-team place at Liverpool and was loaned out to MK Dons in League One and Hull City in the Championship for two months in the latter part of 2010/11. He spent the majority of 2011/12 on loan at League One side Bury where he played 27 League matches and scored four times. Among his goals was the winner against Preston at Gigg Lane in November 2011. He clearly impressed Preston North End who agreed to sign him following the expiry of his Liverpool contract on 1 June 2012. After 15 substitute appearances and nine starts for Preston Amoo's one-year deal was terminated by mutual consent in January 2013. He didn't have to look long and far for another club and joined Tranmere Rovers, whose boss Ronnie Moore was delighted. "He's a player I tried to bring in last summer and one I'm excited to have at the club. He's got fantastic pace, he can beat players and he can score goals too. He can play out wide or up front and he gives us extra attacking options."

Amoo played in eleven League One matches for Tranmere in the second half of the 2012-13 season, scoring once. He moved to Carlisle United during the summer of 2013 and scored three times in his fiirst two competitive matches for the Cumbrians at the start of the 2013/14 season. By the end of the season he had played in 43 of the 46 League One matches (scoring 8 times) but Carlisle's relegation to League Two was confirmed after a 3-0 defeat at Wolverhampton on the last day of the regular season. 

Amoo once represented London as a sprinter in the English Schools National Track and Field Championships and his personal best in the 100 metres sprint is 11.39. He achieved this when finishing fourth in the English Schools' AA 100m at Birmingham on 9 July 2005.

Appearances per season

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Total Started/substitutions
1 Started
1 On the bench
1 Substituted
1Europa League

Goals per season

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TotalOpen play/Penalty
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Wartime Appearances / Goals

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Milestone Appearances

129.07.2010RabotnickiPhilip II ArenaEurope

Milestone Goals

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SeasonShirt #Position
2010-2011 46 Midfielder
* Note, Since the 1993-94 season players have been allocated a fixed number.