Kyle Doherty
Kyle Doherty
Kyle Doherty
● Kyle Doherty, 2021 (ARFC)

born in Scotland

Kyle Robert Doherty was born on Wednesday, 3rd October, 2001, in Glasgow.

The 5' 9 (10st 0lbs) forward joined Ian McCall's Thistle for a trial period in June, 2022, having most recently been with Albion Rovers.

Aged 20, he made his only appearance on Tuesday, 22nd June, 2022, in a 3-1 friendly win away to Alloa Athletic.

There were no goals for Kyle in his one-off game for the Jags.

At July, 2023, his club-list included St Mirren, Albion Rovers, Partick Thistle, Kelty Hearts, Clyde and Queen of the South.

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The striker started out at U-20 level with St Mirren, switching to Albion Rovers in the summer of 2020, where he spent two full seasons. Scored four goals in 28 league appearances in 2021-22 and bagged a haul of four in one game in the Challenge Cup against his old club, St Mirren U-21, contributing to a 6-0 demolition. QPR were alerted to his potential and brought him down twice (November 2021 & February 2022) to train, but no deal was forthcoming. Rovers put an offer on the table for 2022-23, but Kyle sought a new challenge, and he departed with the best wishes of all at the club. After a brief trial period with Thistle, he signed with Kelty Hearts in July 2022, before switching to Clyde in the January transfer window of 2023. Signed a two-year deal with League One Queen of the South in June, 2023.


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