Jermaine McSporran (born 1 January 1977, Manchester, England) is a semi-professional footballer who plays for Oxford City in the Southern League Division One South and West, after having been released by Chester City and Banbury United in the summer of 2006.
• He was signed by Chester City from Doncaster Rovers (where he scored two goals, one against Ipswich in the League Cup and one in the league against Oldham) in 2006 and has also played for Wycombe Wanderers. In March 2004 he moved to Walsall. He joined Boston United in February 2006, and also played for Abingdon United.
• He worked full-time in a Unipart distribution warehouse in Oxford, prior to Unipart folding.
According to Wycombe Wanderers site he now worksfor Oxford City Council,but does not say what he is doing.
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BGB Southern League
Oxford City Council
http://www.chairboys.co.uk, 22 Feb 2013
http://www.chairboys.ndirect.co.uk, 1 Sept 2004
On Tuesday evening Jermaine McSporran scored Doncaster Rovers second goal in their 2-0 victory over Ipswich Town in the Second Round of the Carling Cup. ‘Jocky’ joined Doncaster in the summer having spent a short spell at Walsall following his departure from Wycombe on deadline day last season.
hellenicleague.co.uk, 27 Feb 2006
Jermaine McSporran was taken to the John Radcliffe Hospital on Saturday following an injury sustained in the match at Abingdon Town during an FTL Futbol Hellenic Premier Division fixture.
It was diagnosed he has sustained medial ligament and cartilage damage, he also has bone fragments floating in the knee joint. This is a real blow for Jermaine who, duringhis professional career sustained cruciate ligament damage to both knees.
He missed most of last season with injury problems but was persuaded to come and play for Kidlington this season by the team General Manager Paul Lee. Jermaine has already received a nasty kick tohis knee area and was unavailable to participate in last week’s midweek match against Witney United. Howeverhe reported thathe was OK for the Abingdon match, but sustainedhis injury whilst going for a 50/50 ball in the midfield area. This was a purely accidental clash as the ball was there to be won by both players.
Jermaine was proving to be a real asset to the team, all at Kidlington wish Jermaine a speedy and successful recovery and hope to see him back in the green shirt as soon ashe is able.
Jermaine McSporran should be available again after missing the midweek defeat because of injury.
Jermaine Mcsporran, Denel Thomas, Lee Bolton and Danny Wise all return to the squad after missing the midweek win.
Jermaine McSporran returns to the squad after missing the midweek defeat to Highworth Town.
FTL Futbol Hellenic Premier Division side Kidlington have signed former Wycombe Wanderers and Doncaster Rovers striker Jermaine McSporran.
McSporran was with BGB Southern League Premier Division side Oxford City last season.
http://www.chester-city.co.uk, 1 June 2006
McSporran, 29, began his career at Oxford City before moving to Wycombe Wanderers in November 1998. In a six year spell with the Chairboys he made 141+46 appearances scoring 41 goals. He had a 2+4 loan spell at Walsall before joining Doncaster Rovers in June 2004. McSporran made 20+12 appearances for the Belle Vue side scoring two goals and spent a loan spell at Boston United earlier this year wherehe made two appearances as substitute.
Blues chairman Steve Vaughan said: “Things seems to be moving and although Jermaine had some bad luck with injuries at Doncaster last season, we think we’ve got an excellent player.”
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