Lee Hollis

Lee HollisLee Hollis crossed the Lanarkshire divide joining Motherwell from Airdrie United. He had progressed through the youth ranks with diamonds before turning professional in 2004. In his 6 years at Airdrie he made 30 first team appearances the majority which came in the 2005/06 season. In the 2009/10 season Airdrie got relegated to the Second Division which as a consequence saw almost all the playing staff including lee getting released. It was goalkeeping coach Stewart Kerr that recommended Hollis to manager Craig Brown as he previously worked with him when he was a coach at Airdrie. Lee was offered a one year deal. He would be understudy to Darren Randolph and wouldn’t make his first team debut until the last game of the 2010/11 season when he put in an decent performance despite the side falling to a 4-0 defeat at the hands of Celtic.

Hollis would remain as understudy to Darren Randolph for three seasons as the talented Irishman was not going to budge from the position but he proved to be an able deputy when required. In his fourth season at Fir Park, Randolph had departed for Birmingham City, manager Stuart McCall gave Lee the number one jersey despite signing a new keeper in the shape of Gunnar Nielsen. He was really unfortunate as he would struggle throughout the 2013/14 season due to injury, he did however play his part in helping the club to a runners up place in the Premiership. He would however depart the club that summer, after a brief spell helping Hearts through a goalkeeping crisis he seemed to disappear from senior football. He eventually resurfaced in the game but he opted to play junior football with Benburb who were managed by a former Airdrie United team mate Paul Lovering.

Lee Hollis
11st 5lbs
Date of Birth:
27th March 1988
Place of Birth:

Football Career:

Airdrie United 2004 2010
Motherwell 2010 2014
Hearts 2014

Well Career:

Apps Goals
17 (1) 0
Scottish Cup:
1 0
League Cup:
1 0
1 0
20 (1) 0