Simeon Jackson

Simeon Jackson is a Canadian international who plays for Stevenage. Born on 28th March 1987, in Kingston, Jamaica, the tall, imposing centre-forward moved to England via Canada as a teenager. His began in Non-League football with Dulwich Hamlet; his goal-scoring form paving the way for a step up to League Two with Rushden and Diamonds at the age of 17 – where he scored 42 times in 93 appearances. Gillingham were the next grateful recipients of Jackson’s strikes during his two years in Kent – scoring 42 again – before Norwich City paid £600,000 for the in-demand striker in July 2010. His goals would help the East Anglian side clinch promotion to the Premier League that season, and Jackson would feature in the top flight for two years before making a six-month switch to the German Bundesliga with Eintracht Braunschweig in July 2013. He returned to England with Millwall, before spells at Coventry City, Barnsley and Blackburn Rovers and a permanent move to Walsall in July 2016. Jackson won his 48th international cap in October 2016 and has represented Canada at the 2007 FIFA U20 World Cup – held in Canada – plus four CONCACAF Gold Cup Gold Cups for the senior side.

 Position:
Striker
  Country:
Canada
  Age:
33
  Birth Place:
Kingston
  Preferred Foot:
Right
 Position:
Striker
  Country:
Canada
  Age:
33
  Birth Place:
Kingston
  Preferred Foot:
Right

Simeon Jackson is a Canadian international who plays for Stevenage. Born on 28th March 1987, in Kingston, Jamaica, the tall, imposing centre-forward moved to England via Canada as a teenager. His began in Non-League football with Dulwich Hamlet; his goal-scoring form paving the way for a step up to League Two with Rushden and Diamonds at the age of 17 – where he scored 42 times in 93 appearances. Gillingham were the next grateful recipients of Jackson’s strikes during his two years in Kent – scoring 42 again – before Norwich City paid £600,000 for the in-demand striker in July 2010. His goals would help the East Anglian side clinch promotion to the Premier League that season, and Jackson would feature in the top flight for two years before making a six-month switch to the German Bundesliga with Eintracht Braunschweig in July 2013. He returned to England with Millwall, before spells at Coventry City, Barnsley and Blackburn Rovers and a permanent move to Walsall in July 2016. Jackson won his 48th international cap in October 2016 and has represented Canada at the 2007 FIFA U20 World Cup – held in Canada – plus four CONCACAF Gold Cup Gold Cups for the senior side.