TOM ELLIOTT | MIdfield

BORN

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WORKSOP

6.4.1995

5'10"

player bio

A talented combative midfielder who joined the Pitmen from Vanarama National League North side Darlington in June 2019

 

A trainee at hometown club Worksop Town who made his debut for the first-team in the final game of the 2013-2014 season, Elliott's talent became obvious from an early age as he made an impact in the Tigers first-team. After two full seasons at Sandy Lane and interest from the likes of Sheffield Wednesday, he made the big step up to join Vanarama National League North side Nuneaton Town for an undisclosed fee in March 2016. He continued to develop as a player, playing a number of games for Boro during the 2016-2017 season and earning the club's young player of the year award at the end of the campaign

 

2017-2018 saw Elliott become a first-team regular for Nuneaton, playing nearly forty games for the Liberty Way side as Nuneaton struggled to maintain their step three status amongst numerous rumours about the club's financial state. Elliott was one of a number of young players to be selected for Jamie Vardy's V9 academy in the summer of 2018 to trial for professional clubs and earn a contract with a Football league club

 

  Later in the summer, he trialled for Vanarama National League North side Darlington, impressing in the Quakers' pre-season programme and earning himself a one-year contract with the club after agreeing a deal with manager Tommy Wright - his former manager at Nuneaton. He was once again a regular performer at step three during 2018-2019, making nearly forty starts for Darlington as they finished in a slightly disappointing sixteenth place

 

The Pitmen moved to bring Elliott back to the Midlands in the summer of 2019, signing the highly-rated midfield man in June 2019 ahead of their Southern Premier League Central campaign

 

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