Jake Reeves


Apps: 46 (1)

Goals: 2

Last Updated: 05 June 2022

Debut: vs. Barrow (H, 1-0), 07/08/2021  

Boro' gaffer Alex Revell continued to build for the future in June 2021 with the signature of Jake Reeves from Notts County

Jake Reeves

Date of Birth: 30-05-1993

Place of Birth: London

Boro’ gaffer Alex Revell continued to build for the future in June 2021 with the signature of Jake Reeves from Notts County. The midfielder came on board at the Lamex just one 12 months after joining the Magpies; exercising a clause in his contract that’d let him depart if a Football League club came in for him. That club was us and the clause was enacted. And, for the player, it meant stepping back up from the National League. At the same time, we’d signed a lad whose “playing style fits our midfield profile, with his energy and intensity without the ball”.

The chat from Revs at the time was that Reeves is a man we’d watched for some time. “Jake is someone who we have admired for a long time at the Club,” he told the official site. “And we’re delighted he has made the decision to join us. It is crucial we recruit within our Club principles and this season we are able to do that. Jake has the qualities we want in abundance, and we’re looking forward to working with him and watching him grow as a Stevenage player.”

Jake Reeves: Before Boro’

As mentioned, Reeves took a one-year sabbatical from the Football League in moving to Notts County in summer 2020. Before that, he’d amassed plenty of experience at this level; Bradford City his most recent League club at the time of his arrival. But his time at Valley Parade was an injury-affected one and the Bantams didn’t get to see the best of him in his three years there – not least when a reported £150,000 fee had been paid for his services.

Reeves’ career started at Tottenham Hotspur, before Brentford picked him up on a scholarship; bringing him from north to west London in 2009. After turning pro, the midfielder’s main source of game time came out on loan. First there was a spell down the road at St Albans City, which he then followed up with a brief spell at AFC Wimbledon. His opportunities were squeezed while at the Bees, however, and he moved to Swindon Town in 2014. But that didn’t last long either; five months in fact, as AFC Wimbledon moved in to sign him once more in January 2015.

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Previous Clubs:

Notts County
Bradford City
AFC Wimbledon
Swindon Town
AFC Wimbledon (loan)
St Albans City (loan)
Tottenham Hotspur

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