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Alex
Jakubiak

1
Watford appearances

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Alex Jakubiak @AlexJakubiak

RT @IcardisSidePart: Icardi really is a Predator in the box https://t.co/kwWFQ3yJrx

22:11 PM - 22 Oct 2018
Alex Jakubiak @AlexJakubiak

RT @Arsenal: When it's 1-1 after 61 minutes and we need a goal... #YoPierre, you wanna come out here? @Aubameyang7 coming off the bench l…

22:09 PM - 22 Oct 2018
Alex Jakubiak @AlexJakubiak

RT @Official_BRFC: 2️⃣ in 2️⃣ @CheckatradeTrpy games for @AlexJakubiak 🎯 🎥 Looks great from our Goal Cam too ➡️ https://t.co/SDMytDBf0p ht…

20:26 PM - 10 Oct 2018
Born

August 27, 1996,

Wembley, London

Height

177 cm

Weight

66 kg

Join Date

July 1st 2011

It’s going to get so much harder, but I’m ready for the challenge

Alex Jakubiak, a Watford graduate, signed a professional deal with the Hornets in 2014 after finishing as top scorer for the Hornets' Under-18s and in the Under-21 Premier League Cup campaign in 2013/14, with 23 goals. His good form was rewarded at the end of the season with a place in Watford’s starting XI for the final day match with Huddersfield Town.

Loan spells at Oxford United and Dagenham & Redbridge yielded five Sky Bet League 2 goals for the front-man, who cut his teeth in the physically demanding fourth tier of league football. 

Upon returning to Watford during the summer of 2015, Jakubiak's professional contract was extended by a further year. The highly-regarded youngster scored 21 goals for the Under 21s, earning him the club's 2015/16 Development Player of the Season award. 

Jakubiak spent loan spells with Fleetwood Town and Wycombe Wanderers in 2016/17, scoring once for the Chairboys in League 2, and then agreed a switch to Falkirk in January 2018, signing on loan for the Scottish Championship side for the rest of the season.

It was a fruitful spell north of the border, with Jakubiak scoring seven times in 18 games.

After featuring for the Hornets' first team during pre-season, the striker completed an August 2018 deadline day move to League 1 side Bristol Rovers on a season-long loan.

Career history

Apps

watford

Watford FC
2011-

1

club-Bristol Rovers

Bristol Rovers
2018

club-Falkirk

Falkirk
2018 - 2018

18

club-Wycombe Wanderers

Wycombe Wanderers
2017 - 2017

10

club-Fleetwood Town

Fleetwood Town
2016 - 2017

5

club-Dagenham & Redbridge (Loan)

Dagenham & Redbridge (Loan)
2014 - 2015

23

club-Oxford United (Loan)

Oxford United (Loan)
2014 - 2014

10

club-Braintree Town (Loan)

Braintree Town (Loan)
2014 - 2014

11