Jonathan Page started his career with hometown club Portsmouth as a teenager, having failed to break into the first team setup at Fratton Park he was snapped by Motherwell after his release and he subsequently joined the club’s youth set up.
Page would make his debut as a substitute against Llanelli in the Europa League in 2009. As he struggled to carve out a regular first team slot he joined Stirling Albion on loan in February 2009, helping the binos win the Second Division title. The following season he would get his first goal for the club when he scored in the terrific 3-0 win over Norwegian side Aalesund in the Europa League and he would follow this up by scoring a double in a 2-0 win over Brechin City in the League Cup.
He certainly had all the attributes to be a successful centre back, but he found his progression halted due to the fine form of the like of Craigan, Clancy and Hutchinson. Jonathan was farmed out on loan to Hamilton Accies early in the 2012/13 season, upon his return to Fir Park he was surprisingly released. He re-joined Hamilton on a short term contract, Page would spend most of his career in the lower Scottish League’s representing Morton, Dunfermline, East Fife and Airdrieonians.
|Date of Birth:||8th February 1990|
|Place of Birth:||Portsmouth|
|Stirling Albion (Loan)||2010|
|Hamilton Academical (Loan)||2012|
|East Fife (Loan)||2014|
|East Fife (Loan)||2014||2015|