46. Jack Jebb (On loan at Stevenage, until May 2015)




A central-midfielder capable of playing defence-splitting passes, Jack was once again a regular for Arsenal at U18 level last season.

The Hale End product frequently displayed his ability to score free-kicks from distance, and he scored eight goals in total for the U18s during 2013/14, three of which were in the FA Youth Cup.

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David Ramos/Getty Images Europe

The youngster, who also found the net in the UEFA Youth League victory over Marseille, made his first start for the U21s last season and will be hopeful of featuring more regularly at that level during the new campaign.

Name Jack Jebb

Nationality English (U17, U16)

Born 11.9.95

U21 apps 6

U19 apps 6 (1 goal)

U18 apps 65 (12 goals)

Signed scholarship Summer 2012

Signed professional September 2012




7 thoughts on “46. Jack Jebb (On loan at Stevenage, until May 2015)

    Redfan said:
    June 16, 2011 at 1:56 pm

    Jack had good game against Villa all round talent one to look out for.

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    outsider said:
    July 18, 2011 at 7:56 pm

    Very,very good prospect, this lad has everything you need to be a top professional player.

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    Roger said:
    October 2, 2013 at 4:01 pm

    Jack Jebb, good statics but me and other Arsenal fraternity say NO to racism. This is the game we chose to enjoy so you do’nt have any right to abuse any person. your opponent is not an enemy so u dont have to be judgmental. 4 matches would not be enough for you it would have much more tougher so that others learn from you.

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