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Full Name: John Paul Kissock
Normal Position: Midfielder
Born: 02/12/1989(Liverpool)

Kissock grew up in Fazakerley, Liverpool, where he played for youth side Key Ways, alongside Lee Molyneux, John Irving and Charlie Barnett. He joined the Academy of Everton aged seven. He studied at Archbishop Beck High School.[2]
In November 2004, still aged only 14, he played for England Under 16's against Scotland,[2] and went on to play for them three more times in 2005. The same year, he was voted Liverpool Young Sports Personality of the Year.
Kissock became a regular player for Everton's Under-18 and Reserve sides. and in the process became the youngest ever player to play for Everton's reserve squad, replacing Wayne Rooney previous claim to this achievement. He was called up to the first team for a UEFA Cup game against AZ, but remained on the substitutes' bench, as happened at the nine league games he was picked for.
In January 2008, Kissock was sent on loan to Scottish Premier League club Gretna on loan until the end of the 200708 season in January 2008. He made his debut for the side against Heart of Midlothian in February and finished the season with 11 league appearances.
Kissock was sent on loan to League Two club Accrington Stanley on loan for one month in January 2009, and made five appearances.
Kissock was one of many players released by Everton at the end of the 200809 season. After his release from the Toffees, Kissock was linked with a move to Hamilton Academical and signed on 14 August. His stay at New Douglas Park was a brief one, however, when Kissock was released by the Accies on 3 December 2009.
One report says he trialled with League One's Milton Keynes Dons, League Two's Hereford United and Conference National side Barrow over the summer of 2010 but failed to get a contract with any of them.
He started the 201011 season playing for Newton in the West Cheshire League, before swiftly moving up two divisions, signing for Formby in October 2010. He immediately showed prowess, scoring in both of his first two games, one with a shot from inside his own half. These goals drew the attention of Liam Watson, manager of Conference National club Southport, who brought Kissock to his club in December 2010.



Season From To Value
2011/2012 Southport LUTON TOWN Undisclosed



Statistics include the following competitions
FA Cup , FA Trophy , Football League Cup, League, PLAY OFFS , Welsh Cup,

Season Apps Subs Goals
2010/2011 2323
2011/2012 401
2017/2018 620
Total 33 4 4

Last 10 games where player was named on the team sheet

Date Competition Venue Opponents Score
04/12/2017 Liverpool Senior Cup / 1A WIDNES 1 - 5
02/12/2017 LeagueA TAMWORTH 3 - 3
29/11/2017 FA Trophy / 3QRH STOCKPORT COUNTY 0 - 3
25/11/2017 FA Trophy / 3QA STOCKPORT COUNTY 2 - 2
18/11/2017 LeagueH BLYTH SPARTANS 0 - 3
15/08/2017 LeagueH FC UNITED OF MANCHESTER 3 - 3
12/08/2017 LeagueA LEAMINGTON 1 - 0
07/08/2017 LeagueA BRADFORD PA 2 - 1
05/08/2017 LeagueH BOSTON UNITED 4 - 0
23/08/2011 LeagueH GATESHEAD 1 - 3

Last 10 games where player started

Date Competition Venue Opponents Score
04/12/2017 Liverpool Senior Cup / 1A WIDNES 1 - 5
29/11/2017 FA Trophy / 3QRH STOCKPORT COUNTY 0 - 3
25/11/2017 FA Trophy / 3QA STOCKPORT COUNTY 2 - 2
15/08/2017 LeagueH FC UNITED OF MANCHESTER 3 - 3
12/08/2017 LeagueA LEAMINGTON 1 - 0
07/08/2017 LeagueA BRADFORD PA 2 - 1
05/08/2017 LeagueH BOSTON UNITED 4 - 0
23/08/2011 LeagueH GATESHEAD 1 - 3
20/08/2011 LeagueA LUTON TOWN 1 - 5
16/08/2011 LeagueA ALFRETON TOWN 0 - 0

Last 10 Games where player has scored

Date Competition Venue Opponents Score
13/08/2011LeagueH LINCOLN CITY 2 - 2
23/07/2011Liverpool Senior Cup / FinalH EVERTON 2 - 0
25/04/2011LeagueH DARLINGTON 1 - 1
12/03/2011LeagueH CAMBRIDGE UNITED 1 - 1
03/01/2011LeagueH GATESHEAD 5 - 1
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