Jerome Sinclair, from being a promise with Liverpool, went on to sell fast food at the age of 26

Jerome Terence Sinclair he became the youngest player to debut with the Liverpoolbut his career took another direction.

Sinclair, originally from Birmingham, United Kingdomdebuted at 16 years with the set of “The Reds” in the League Cup on September 26, 2012.

On that date Liverpool faced in Anfield West Bromwich Albion finished 2-1 in favor of the locals.

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At the time the English press claimed that Jerome would be the next great jewel of English football, it was even considered that he would have the same potential as another Liverpool youth player, Rahemin Sterling.

Jerome Sinclair served as a forward, played five games for the first team and could barely score a goal as “Red” in the 2015-2016 season in the FA-Cup duel against Exeter.

After having little activity, the board of directors of the English club decided to loan him out to Wigan Athletic in 2013, it passed without pain or glory.

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In 2016 Jerome left Liverpool and went to Watford, but little happened at this club for the Englishman. He was also in the ranks of Sunderland, Oxford United and VVV Venlo of the Dutch Eredivisie.

For the year 2021, Jerome Terence signed for CSKA Sofia, from the Bulgarian league. In this table the striker managed to win the Bulgarian Cup.

However, after the passage of time, Sinclair’s path would take a destination away from the courts.

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Currently 26 years old, Jerome joined the fast food chain “Morley’s”, according to The Sun newspaper.

Morley is coming to Birmingham this month. Welcome to the Morley Jerome Sinclair family”, this is how the chain announced the incorporation of the former Liverpool.

Jerome currently owns a Morley’s chain store in Birmingham.


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