Player profile

Adam Morgan

Adam Morgan

Birthdate: 21 April 1994
Birthplace: Liverpool, England
Other clubs: Rotherham United (loan 2013), Yeovil Town (loan 2013-14), Yeovil Town (2014-15), St Johnstone (loan, 2014), Accrington Stanley (2015-16), Hemel Hempstead Town (2016), Colwyn Bay (2016), Curzon Ashton (2016), FC Halifax Town (2016-18), Sligo Rovers (2018-)
Bought from: Local
Signed for LFC: Joined 2004
Liverpool debut: 23.08.2012
Last appearance: 08.11.2012
Contract expiry: 02.01.2014
Win ratio: 33.33% W:1 D:1 L:1
LFC league games/goals: 0 / 0
Total LFC games/goals: 3 / 0

Player profile

The Liverpudlian was involved with the first team in 2012/13 after making a big name for himself as Liverpool u-18s' top-scorer during the 2010/11 season with 21 goals as the Reds finished runners-up in the league. Morgan was loaned to League Two club Rotherham United in January 2013 for a month (this was later extended until the 9th of February). But he only appeared twice in Rotherham's first team before returning to Liverpool, once in the FA Cup and once in a League Two match. Morgan was loaned to the Championship's Yeovil Town in November 2013 ahead of a permanent move to the Somerset club that was finalised on the second day of the January 2014 transfer window. Morgan signed a two and a half year deal with Yeovil Town. He did not score a single goal in 13 appearances in the 2013/14 season and on 8 August 2014, he signed for Scottish Premiership club St Johnstone on loan until January 2015. A sending off in a development squad game ended their interest in making the deal permanent and after returning to Yeovil he was frozen out of the squad until Gary Johnson departed as manager in February. At the end of the season he agreed a severance deal and signed a one year contract with Accrington Stanley, but he found first team opportunities limited after john Coleman opted to play with one striker. In January 2016, having made just two substitute appearances in the league, he left by mutual consent and dropped into non league football with Hemel Hempstead Town. He was with the National League South club just a month however before his contract was cancelled by mutual consent after four games and no goals. Hemels manager said he managed just two shots on goal during this time. Morgan then went further down the leagues in April 2016, playing in the eighth tier with Colwyn Bay where he scored twice in seven games. His contract there was cancelled after he failed to show for an away game at Sutton Coldfield. In October 2016 Morgan was given another opportunity to revive his career with Curzon Ashton of the National League North and he took it. He hit nine goals in eight games, including a hat trick in an FA Cup second round tie with AFC Wimbledon which his side lost 4-3. On 23rd December it was announced by the club he was leaving for FC Halifax Town. On his debut for the Shaymen on Boxing Day he struck twice in a 3-2 defeat at Darlington and he scored nine goal in nineteen games as they earned promotion. After four goals in eighteen National League games in the first half of 2017-18, Morgan signed for League of Ireland club Sligo Rovers on 10th January 2018, in readiness for their summer campaign that begins in March.

Appearances per season

Season League FA LC Europe Other Total
Totals 0 0 0 3 0 3
2012-2013 0 0 0 3 0 3

A more detailed look at the player's appearances

Total Opponent
2 Hearts
1 Anzhi Makhachkala
Total Started/substitutions
2 Started
1 On the bench
1 Substitute
2 Substituted
Total Competition
3 Europa League

Milestone Appearances

# Date Against Stadium Competition
1 23.08.2012 Hearts Tynecastle Stadium Europe

Other Clubs

Club Season Club rank League apps League goals Total apps Total goals
Rotherham United 2012-2013 England League Two 1 0 2 0
Yeovil Town 2013-2014 England Championship 12 0 13 0
St. Johnstone 2014-2015 Scotland 1 5 0 5 0
Yeovil Town 2014-2015 England League One 6 1 6 1
Accrington Stanley 2015-2016 England League Two 2 0 3 0
Hemel Hempstead Town 2015-2016 National League South 3 0 4 0
Colwyn Bay 2015-2016 Northern Premier League Division 1 North 7 2 7 2
Curzon Ashton 2016-2017 National League North 5 3 8 9
FC Halifax Town 2016-2017 National League North 19 9 19 9
FC Halifax Town 2017-2018 National League 20 4 20 4
Total 80 19 87 25
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