Sam Minihan

Bio:

The former Loughborough University graduate was Worcester City’s player of the year in 2015 and helped City to stay in the division that year. The 23 year old had previously played for Rochdale before completing his studies at Loughborough whilst playing in their first team in the Midlands Alliance Premier League.

It was in the summer of 2016 that he made his move to County, and his first season at the club was a massive success. The defender won young player of the year after making 45 appearances and scoring three goals.

In June, County manager Jim Gannon announced that Minihan had signed a further two year deal with the club, taking his contract to the end of the 2019 season. The wing-back will be aiming to push on with the club as he looks to go full-time.

See Sam’s statistics here.