JORDAN RHODES



Full Name: Jordan Luke Rhodes

Dob: 05-02-1990

Pob: Oldham, Greater Manchester, GB

Position: Striker

Era: Professional

Club Appearance Record

SeasonTot AppsTot Goals
2005-06 0 0
2006-07 0 0
2007-08 0(8) 1
2008-09 0(2) 0
2009-10 0 0
TOTALS 0(10) 1

Career Appearance Record

ClubDate SignedDate LeftFee
Barnsley - March 2005 Academy
Ipswich Town March 2005 March 2005 On Trial
Ipswich Town March 2005 July 2009 £5,000
Oxford United October 2007 November 2007 On Loan
Rochdale September 2008 October 2008 On Loan
Brentford January 2009 April 2009 On Loan
Huddersfield Town July 2009 August 2012 £850,000
Blackburn Rovers August 2012 February 2016 £8,000,000
Middlesbrough February 2016 July 2017 £9,000,000
Sheffield Wednesday January 2017 May 2017 On Loan
Sheffield Wednesday July 2017 - -
Norwich City July 2018 May 2019 On Loan

(36) Comments

  • Has moved from Middlesboro to Sheffield Wednesday for £10m.

    Source: skysports.com

  • Has joined Middlesbrough fora fee in the region of £9M.

    Source: theguardian.com.

  • Reached a century of league goals yesterday netting in each half of Blackburn's 2-0 win over Bristol City

  • Scored twice for Scotland as they beat Luxembourg 2-1 on Wednesday night (14/11/12)

  • Looks set to sign for Blackburn today, a move that will break the record transfer fee received by Huddersfield. Although the fee has not yet been disclosed (some sources quote £8m), it is thought to be significantly higher than their current record received transfer fee, £2.75m for Marcus Stewart when he moved to Ipswich in 2000.

  • Scored on his full debut for Scotland against Australia 15 August 2012

  • Scored in the penalty shoot out as Huddersfield beat Sheff Itd in the Div 1 Play off final ( 26/5/12) Gary Robers also scored whilst Tommy Miller and Alan Lee missed

  • Named in the PFA League One team of the season 11/12

  • Jordan has won the npower League One Player of the Year Award, collecting his trophy at an award ceremony last night. He scored his 33rd goal of the season in Huddersfield 2-2 home draw with Rochdale on Saturday.

  • The player "not deemed as good enough for Ipswich by Roy Keane" - Jake Humphrey (BBC Sport) - scored all four goals in Huddersfield Town's 4-4 draw at promotion rivals Sheffield Wednesday on Saturday to takes his tally for the season so far to 17 goals in 17 League One appearances. Not forgetting two more in the Carling Cup and one for the Scottish U-21's.

  • Won his first full Scotland cap on November 11th when he came on for the final three minutes of the 2-1 friendly win over Cyprus in Larnaca.

  • Hit a hat-trick today (15th October) as Huddersfield stretched their record-breaking unbeaten league run to 38 games with a 4-0 win at Exeter.

  • Scored a hat trick for Scotalnd U21's in the game v Luxembourg on the 6th October 2011

  • Scored his 50th and 51st goals for Huddersfield yesterday (October 1st) as the Terriers won 4-0 at Brentford to extend their unbeaten league run to 36 matches

  • Came on as a substitute for Huddersfield in their Div 1 play off defeat against Peterborough United (at Old Trafford - 29 May 2011)

  • Made his debut for the Scotland Under 21's on the 24th March 2011 against Belgium

  • Has been presented with a timepiece by Huddersfield Town to celebrate his record-breaking hat-trick of headers against Exeter on October 10th. The three goals were scored in eight minutes breaking the record set by Dixie Dean in the 1930’s.

  • Has joined Huddersfield Town in a deal thought to be worth upto £850,000 (this includes substantial add-ons for appearances and the Terriers winning promotion from League One)

  • Has been awarded the League Two PFA Fans` Player of the Year for his efforts in helping Brentford win the League One title

  • Named PFA Fans’ League Two Player of the Month for March. Rhodes scored 7 times in 14 games for the loan side Brentford prior to breaking a metatarsal

  • Hit a 29-minute hat-trick on Saturday for loan club Brentford as they beat promotion rivals Shrewsbury 3-1.

  • Has joined Brentford on a month’s loan

  • His time at Oxford Utd needs updating - Played in 3 Conferance games for United plus one sub appearance, played once in the FA Cup in a game where he scored two goals. Loan period October 2007. [corrections noted - many thanks]

  • Went to the same school as jordan, used to see him play when he was at barnsley academy, Brilliant player and also a close mate with his ex youth couch kenno. Goog luck for the coming season jordan.

  • Has just agreed a new contract that will keep him at Portman Road until 2011.

  • Made the bench(unused sub) for the 1st taem game v Leicester- 11/12/07

  • Has been recalled early from his loan spell at Oxford United

  • Scored his his first senior goals as Oxford beat Merthyr Tydfil 2-1 in the FA Cup yesterday

  • Made his debut for Oxford, coming on as a substitute in the second half against Torquay in a 3-3 draw on the 11/10/07

  • Gone on loan to Oxford United for one month

  • Has just signed a two-year deal that will keep him at Portman Road until the summer of 2009

  • Anoraks Assistant Sunday 22-07-2007

    For the past two seasons (06/07 & 07/08) Jordan has been sponsored by the North of England Branch (North West Branch in 06/07) of the Supporters Club.

  • Signed from Barnsley

  • I went to school with Jordan i used to have the biggest crush on him and used to annoy him when he was playing football. I always knew he would be a fantastic footballer he has such dedication to the sport! Jordan and his family are extremely nice people i wish them every success! Amy x

  • Anoraks Assistant Saturday 30-06-2007

    Jordan, together with Tommy Smith, has been named in the premilinary England squad for the FIFA Under 17 World Cup taking place in Korea in August and September this year.

  • ive known jordan since under 10s when he played for my team hoyland common falcons. Between r team we won eveyry competition going! a ytruly great striker and nice lad!

Contract Info

  • Jordan Rhodes was on a trial with Ipswich Town from Barnsley in March 2005

    He joined IpswichTown from Barnsley in March 2005 - For A Fee Of £5,000 + Signed Schoolboy Forms

    He became an Ipswich Town Full Academy Player in July 2006 + Signed A 2 Year Scholarship ( Until June 2008 )

    He signed a 2 Year Professional Contract with Ipswich Town in August 2007 ( Until June 2009 )

    He joined Oxford United from Ipswich Town in October 2007 - On A 1 Month Loan ( Until November 2007 )

    He signed a 2 Year Extended Contract with Ipswich Town in July 2008 ( Until June 2011 )

    He joined Rochdale from Ipswich Town in September 2008 - On A 1 Month Loan ( October 2008 )

    He joined Brentford from Ipswich Town in January 2009 - On A 1 Month Loan ( Until February 2009 ) + The Loan Period Was Extended ( Until April 2009 )

    He joined Huddersfield Town from Ipswich Town in July 2009 - For A Fee Of £850,000 + Signed A 4 Year Contract ( Until June 2013 )

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