Steve Jones

Steve JonesVeteran winger, Steve Jones was signed on loan by Stuart McCall in January 2011 shortly after taking over the manager’s role at the club. McCall had identified the squad needed a natural left sided player, the pair had previously worked together at Bradford City. Steve had spent most of his career in the lower leagues in England having served the likes of Crewe, Burnley and Walsall. He certainly proved to be a decent acquisition, he could play as a winger or up front, he had a few tricks up his sleeve and was prepared to take players on. He made his debut in a 2-0 win over Hibernian. Steve would also score in a Scottish Cup tie against Stranraer on route to the 2011 Scottish Cup Final where Jones would of course make his last appearance for the club collecting a runners up medal. Despite being out of contract at Walsall, McCall decided to look at other targets in the summer. Steve would make 17 appearances scoring twice. He had been capped 29 times for Northern Ireland.

Steve Jones
5ft 8ins
10st 3lbs
Date of Birth:
25th October 1976
Place of Birth:
Northern Irish

Football Career:

Blackpool 1995 1996
Bury 1996 1997
Sligo Rovers 1997 1999
Bray Wanderers 1999
Chorley 1999
Leigh RMI 1999 2001
Crewe Alexandra 2001 2006
Rochdale (Loan) 2002
Burnley 2006 2009
Crewe Alexandra (Loan) 2008
Huddersfield Town (Loan) 2008
Bradford City (Loan) 2008 2009
Walsall 2009 2011
Motherwell (Loan) 2011
Droylsden 2011
Telford United 2011 2013
Airbus UK Broughton 2013 2014

Well Career:

Apps Goals
10 (2) 1
Scottish Cup:
1 (3) 1
League Cup:
0 (1) 0
0 0
11 (6) 2