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Luke
Amos

Midfielder

England

Season Overview

6

Appearances

141

Minutes Played

0

Assists

0

Goals

Passing

Successful Short Passes

39

Successful Long Passes

7

Through balls

0

Crosses

0

Shooting

Goals Inside The Box

0

Goals Outside The Box

0

Hit Woodwork

0

Successful Passed In Opposition Half

24

Team Play

Duels Won

7

Successful Dribbles

1

Yellow Cards

0

Total Red Cards

0

Bio

Luke joined Hibs in January 2024 after a successful trial period with the Club.

Born in London in 1997, Luke spent his early years at Ware Youth, before joining the Tottenham Hotspur Academy in 2006 at the age of nine.

Over the next 10 years, Amos progressed through the age grades, representing Spurs both domestically and worldwide, competing with the U18s, U19s and U21s in various different competitions across the world and signing his first professional contract in 2015.

In that same year, Amos was all capped at international level making his U18 debut for England in a 6-1 win over Switzerland.

During the 2016/17 season, Amos represented Spurs Under-23s in Premier League 2, captaining the side on several occasions before getting his first experience of senior football on loan at Southend United for the second part of the campaign.

The following year, Amos signed a contract extension with Spurs – and on the same day – joined English League 2 side Stevenage on loan to gain more experience playing senior football.

During his six-month spell at Stevenage, Amos was a regular feature of the starting XI, making 16 appearances (14 starts) and scoring his first senior goals.

In summer 2018, Amos returned to Spurs and impressed on their pre-season tour of the United States, which led to a ‘dream come true’ moment when he made his English Premier League debut on the opening day of the season. Amos came off the bench in the second half, helping Spurs to a 2-1 victory over Newcastle United under former Manager, Mauricio Pochettino.

Unfortunately, the box-to-box midfielder ruptured his ACL the following month for the Spurs U23s which rule him out for the remainder of the 2018/19 campaign.

After recovering from injury, Amos joined Championship side Queen’s Park Rangers on a season long loan and quickly established himself as a regular First Team player. Amos impressed Mark Warburton and the QPR hierarchy, making 35 appearances and scoring twice which led to his loan move becoming permanent in August 2020.

Amos signed a three-year contract at Loftus Road and went on to make 95 appearances for the London-based club, scoring eight goals, before moving to the Hibees.

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