Sincere Hall signs first professional deal with Hull City
Sincere Hall achieved another career milestone after signing his first professional contract with Sky Bet Championship side Hull City.
The Bermudian forward has agreed to the terms of a one-deal year, with the club holding the option of an extra year.
Hall has featured for Hull’s under-23 squad recently and has made a seamless transition after an impressive debut season with the club’s under-18s.
The 18-year-old is among a quartet of academy players signing their first professional contracts at Hull, which also includes goalkeeper Tom Macauley, defender Alfie Taylor and midfielder Harry Wallis.
Hall joined Hull from the British-based Kinetic Foundation Academy after having successful trials last season, scoring for the club’s under-18s against Charlton Athletic.
He agreed to the terms of an initial deal with the club last September which has since been extended.
The Bermuda under-20 player netted his first goal for the Hull under-23s in a 1-0 win over Sheffield Wednesday in the Professional Development League.
“I’m excited to have scored my first goal for the Under-23s and I was happy to get the start overall,” Hall commented on the club’s official website.
The former Hamilton Parish youth player has coped well adjusting to the pace and physical nature of the game at the Professional Development League level with the aid of fellow midfielder Callum Jones.
“It was much more physical to what I’m used to with the Under-18s, so I know I have to be sharper and quicker due to the other players being bigger and stronger,” Hall said.
“During the whole game Callum Jones was telling me what to do and helped to guide me because at first I didn’t get the press. But once he told me how to do it, I figured it out so it was easier.”
Hall made his Bermuda under-20 debut last November, scoring in the 3-0 victory over St Vincent and the Grenadines in the Concacaf Under-20 Championship Qualifiers in the Dominican Republic.