Stevie May

_62561982_stevie_may Stevie May (born 2 November 1992) is a Scottish professional footballer who plays for Scottish Premiership side St. Johnstone. May has previously spent time at Alloa Athletic and Hamilton Academical on loan.

Club career

St. Johnstone – A member of St. Johnstone’s youth squad. Aged 16 May made his first team debut on 11 May 2009 as a substitute against Airdrie United in the Scottish First Division scoring his first senior goal. In 2009 he signed a contract extension extending his stay with the club until 2012.

May had to wait another season for his next appearance coming on as a substitute on 13 November 2010 against Hearts in the Scottish Premier League. With his first start coming on 26 January 2011 against Motherwell. He scored two goals on 1 February 2011 in their 2–0 win over Hamilton. In all he made 22 appearances that season scoring twice.

May’s only appearance of the 2011–12 season came as a substitute on the opening day of the season against Aberdeen at Pittodrie. With appearances limited he was loaned to Alloa Athletic. After returning from a successful loan spell, May signed a new one year contract with St. Johnstone.

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Alloa Athletic (loan) – On 7 December 2011, May signed for Scottish Third Division side Alloa Athletic on loan until January 2012. He made his league debut on 10 December against Queen’s Park, going on to score his first goals for the club on 2 January 2012, netting a hat-trick for The Wasps in a 3–1 win against East Stirlingshire. May was awarded the SFL Player of the Month, Young Player of the Month and Irn-Bru Ginger Boot awards for January; the first time that one player has won all three player awards in a month. He scored four goals in the 8–1 victory against Elgin City that clinched the Third Division championship.

Hamilton Academical (loan) – On 29 August 2012, he joined Scottish First Division side Hamilton Academical on loan until 31 May 2013.

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Posted on August 18, 2013, in Attackers and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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