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. Jamey Osborne JAMEY OSBORNE :: MIDFIELD
. @JameyOsborne
. BORN Solihull
. DoB 7.6.1992
. HEIGHT N/A
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Brilliant young midfielder, part of the successful Hednesford Town youth system, who was promoted to the first team towards the end of the 2009-2010 season

A skillful, creative midfielder, Osborne was named amongst the substitutes for the Pitmen's 2-0 defeat to Oxford City in January 2010, and was named amongst he replacements in March when the Pitmen traveled to Leamington

Pre-season 2010 has seen Osborne more involved with the first team, playing a part in three friendlies, impressing in the Chase Cup 2nd leg against Stafford Rangers

After a number of cameo appearances as a substitute, Osborne was given a full debut by Bernard McNally in a 3-0 win at Didcot Town, with the youngster scoring a superb goal in a man of the match performance. Injury curbed his progress for a number of games, with new manager Rob Smith allowing Osborne to join Evo-Stik Division One neighbours Rushall Olympic on a month's loan in February 2011. He returned a month later, but had suffered an injury whilst at Rushall that kept him out of the Pitmen's superb run-in and narrow play-off final defeat to Salisbury City

After agreeing terms for the forthcoming 2011-2012 season, a string of fine performances in pre-season saw Osborne make his big breakthrough in the first time, enjoying a run in the team in midfield. Goals against Chester and Burscough further cemented his place in the team, although a red card against Corby in the F.A. Cup marked a suspension in October 2011. Despite another red card against Nantwich Town later on in the season, Osborne was a regular starter throughout the campaign, playing in the Pitmen's play-off semi-final defeat to Bradford (Park Avenue) in April 2012

Following fellow long-serving players Ben Bailey and Elliott Durrell, Osborne agreed a new deal to play for Hednesford in he 2012-2013 season in June 2012 and enhanced his burgeoning reputation with a string of fine performances early in the season alongside the old warhorse Dave MacPherson. Indeed, he became such an integral part of the set-up that his three match suspension in March 2013 coincided with a mini slump in form that eventually cost the club the Evo-Stik Premier League title. The Pitmen finally managed to make the step up into The Skrill North via the play-offs, with Osborne scoring what turned out to the the winning goal in the play-off final against FC United of Manchester

The step up to level two football did not phase Osborne during the 2013-2014 season, as he once again ran the show in midfield to help the Pitmen up to the lofty heights of a fourth place finish. Reported interest from a number of Conference and Football League clubs has failed to affect his performances, with the playmaker winning the supporter's vote for Player of the Year

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TEAM FROM TO FEE PLD SUB GLS
. . Hednesford Town 9.1.2010 Present Trainee 131 25 18
. . Rushall Olympic 17.2.2011 17.3.2011 Loan 1 1 0
. . JAMEY OSBORNE CAREER TOTAL (TO 31.5.2014) NIL 132 26 18

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