Jon Gittens, English footballer, Died at 55

Jonathan Antoni Gittens was born on January 22, 1964, and died on May 11, 2019.

He was a footballer.

Gittens played for Swindon Town as well as for Southampton, Middlesbrough, Portsmouth, Torquay United, and Exeter City.

Gittens began his vocation with Midlands Combination side Paget Rangers while taking a two-year course in menswear fitting when he was spotted by Southampton.

He joined the Saints in October 1985 for a charge of £10,000.

At the season of his marking, he was crude yet had pace and was viewed as one for what’s to come.

He made his group debut in a 2– 0 triumph at Birmingham City on April 19, 1986 and held his place for the following three amusements.

the accompanying season he was in and out of the group, showing up, typically as a swap for Mark Wright or Kevin Bond.

In July 1987 he turned into a free specialist and, having thought that it was hard to hold down an ordinary spot in the Southampton side, he moved to Swindon Town for an expense of £40,000.

The expense was fixed by the court, the primary Saints had been associated with as a selling side.

He was a UEFA “An” authorized mentor who right now works low maintenance as a Coach Educator while learning at Bournemouth University.

Jon Gittens passed at 55 years old.