Sunderland Association Football Club Current Players
* - On loan at Alfreton Town
Jordan is a talented young goalkeeper who is held in very high regard by the club’s coaching staff.
The stopper was born in Washington and initially joined the Academy on a two-year scholarship in summer 2010.
He played in eight games for the under-18s in 2010-11 as well as representing England at the Under-17 World Cup in Mexico.
Jordan kicked off 2011-12 by being included in the squad for the first team’s pre-season trip to Germany and he then quickly established himself as first choice at under-18 level.
The keeper, who has also featured for Sunderland’s reserves, took his footballing education to the next level when he joined Darlington of the Conference Premier on loan in January 2012.
Playing under Craig Liddle, Jordan quickly adapted to senior football and made 17 appearances for the Quakers, who were forced into liquidation at the end of the season.
He returned to the Stadium of Light and made his first-team debut as a substitute for Ben Wilson in the 3-2 friendly win over FC Groningen at the 2012 Peace Cup in South Korea.
Jordan joined Conference Premier side Alfreton Town on loan in February 2013 and made his debut in a 5-1 win over Hyde.
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