The dream of all young footballers is to one day play for a big club. That dream of Jerome Sinclair came true very quickly. As a teenager aged just 16 years and six days, Sinclair got the chance to play for Liverpool’s first team. In 2012, at the age of 16 years and six days, Sinclair got the chance to make his debut for the English giants and thus became the youngest debutant in the history of Liverpool.
“I made my dream come true,” commented the teenage Sinclair 10 years ago. However, the dream did not last long. He played only four more times in Liverpool’s shirt, and in 2016 he left for Watford. Sinclair often went on loan and played for Birmingham, Sunderland, Oxford, VV Venlo, and finally ended up in CSKA Sofia. His contract with Watford expired in June 2021 and no other club wanted to buy him.
At the age of 26, Sinclair had to find a new way of income, so he decided to open a sandwich shop and sell doners, a business that he has been successfully running for six months.