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|Current team||Bradford City|
|Date of birth||( 1997-03-24 ) 24 March 1997 (age 23)|
|Full name||Jack Levi Sutton|
|Height||1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)|
|Place of birth||Scunthorpe , England|
|Playing position(s)||Defender , midfielder|
After seven weeks of lockdown, it seems strange to think of all things that would happen-but have been prevented from taking exciting twists and turn-because of the unprecedented crisis we find ourselves in. One of them, of course, is League Two. Because of vagaries of the fixture calendar, it was due to finish a week earlier than League One and Championship. Everything should have been done and dusted by last Saturday. This was believed to have been so that the play-off final could have been played earlier, and give Wembley pitch extra day to recover before the European Championships this summer; but of course, none of that is happening any more. Thus, despite the final games not having yet been complete, and what will happen at the end of the season still uncertain, we have still reached the time of year when clubs announce who theyre are keeping for next season. There were few surprises in the list announced by Scunthorpe United; as despite present difficulties, it was long expected that a number of more experienced players and higher-wage earners would not find themselves staying for next season. There had been noises coming out of the club for months that this would be happening, and that the budget for next season would need to be seriously reduced and a youth-first policy adopt. It was reluctant to embrace the latter, which most Iron fans believe cost Iron manager Paul Hurst his job, with chairman Peter Swann cryptically admitting it wasnt on-field results that led to his eventual dismissal. Even if we are still technically sat 20, thanks to football suspension. I dont think too many people will have been surprised to see El-Mhanni, Butler, Clarke, Hammill, Horsfield, McArdle, Ntlhe, Perch or Songoo release in truth. The number of players on that list have flatter to deceive for this season or longer, or have had such a poor injury record that they simply haven't been able to contribute anything much as hoped. Only other two names who can perhaps count themselves a touch unlucky to find themselves now unwanted, are Cameron Burgess and Levi Sutton. Okay, Burgess has been out on loan at Salford this season-but he has by all accounts performed reasonably well there and is only 24. With Butler and McArdles departure, we are now short at centre-half; which will need rectifying whenever football do resume. One player in particular who can count himself extremely unlucky is Sutton. Hes best academy graduate in recent years, still only 23, and gives valuable versatility at either right-back, central midfield, or even deeper-lying holding defensive midfield role when tactically require. He would have been one of the more experienced players of what was always going to be an extremely young squad for next season, and would definitely be missed if he had been around. His situation may change if the financial situation of the club improve, but that big if, and unfortunately, may be wishful thinking.
Sutton came through the ranks at Bottesford Town and Scunthorpe United, He signed his first pro contract with Scunthorpe on 2 June 2015. Although, his first three involvements with Scunthorpe first-team matchday squad came during September 2014 when he was an unused substitute in games against Chesterfield, Coventry City and Leyton Orient. Sutton made his Scunthorpe League debut on 28 March 2016 in the 6-0 home victory over Swindon Town. After four further appearances in all competitions for Scunthorpe, Sutton depart in November to join National League side North Ferriby unite on loan for a month. He made his debut on 26 November in the loss to Solihull Moors. After five appearances in all competitions for North Ferriby, Sutton extended his loan with the club on 30 December 2016 until the end of the 2016-17 season. However, Scunthorpe recalled Sutton on 9 January 2017. He signed a new two-year contract with Scunthorpe in September 2017. After breaking into Scunthorpe's first-team, Sutton transition from central midfielder to right-back. On 31 August 2018, Sutton was loaned to National League outfit Harrogate Town for three months. He was recalled a month later. Sutton scored his first senior goal on 5 January 2019 against Coventry City. His contract was extended by twelve months by Scunthorpe at the end of the 2018-19 season. On 11 July 2020, Sutton join EFL League Two side Bradford City on a free transfer. His first appearance came in the EFL Trophy penalty shoot-out defeat to Doncaster Rovers on 8 September, while his League debut came on 26 September against Stevenage; he was unable to make his League Two bow earlier due to suspension that carried over from his time with Scunthorpe.
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