Jon Worsnop

Jon Worsnop (born 13 January 1983) is an English football goalkeeper who plays for York City.
Worsnop started his career at hometown club Bradford City. He spent his early career as an unused substitute in the 2000-01 Premier League season, spending brief spells on loan at Rushden & Diamonds and Hull City. He signed for Chester City in 2002 making only one league start in February 2002.
Worsnop signed for FC United of Manchester in 2011 making some impressive displays attracting attention from a number of league and conference premier clubs and becoming a firm fans favourite and once again picking up fans player of the year.
Worsnop signed for Alfreton Town, originally as loan cover for injured Ross Atkins and played in the 3-1 win over Kidderminster Harriers. Worsnop went on to play 23 games and become supporters player of the year.
Worsnop signed for Chester in 2014 after turning down a new contract. He had the worst possible start to his season, getting beat 5-0 on the first day of the season. As a result, Worsnop lost his place but after four games. He regained it and, after some outstanding displays, went on to retain it and win fans' player of the year.
December 2014, saw Chester reach the second round of the FA Cup against Barnsley holding them to a 0-0 draw. Worsnop played from the fifth minute with a broken cheekbone.
At the start of the 2015-16 season, Worsnop was appointed as Chester's vice captain.
In October 2016, Worsnop re-signed for former club Bradford Park Avenue after leaving Chester by mutual consent wanting a move closer to his family
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