Micah Hyde

Micah Hyde

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Micah Anthony Hyde (born 10 November 1974) is an English-born Jamaican footballer.


Born in Upton Park in the London Borough of Newham, he played for the youth team of Brimsdown Rovers alongside David Beckham. He joined Watford in 1997 after a move from Cambridge United. Having made well over 200 appearances for Watford, he was sold to Burnley in mid-2004, scoring on his debut against Sheffield United.

Hyde became an established Championship player and was largely considered one of Burnley's most consistent performers over the last two years. His hard-working play in the centre of the park made him almost ever-present in the side. In the 2004–05 season, he ensured himself of a place in Burnley's history when he scored the equalising goal away at Blackburn Rovers, Burnley's local rivals, in a FA Cup game.At the end of the 2005–06 season, he was placed on the transfer list by Burnley manager Steve Cotterill along with three other players; Gifton Noel-Williams, Daniel Karbassiyoon and Duane Courtney, but due to his efforts in pre-season was once again welcomed back to the first-team squad and taken off the list.

On 11 January 2007, he moved to Peterborough United for an initial fee of £75,000 plus an extra £25,000 if Peterborough were promoted in that season. In the 2008–09 season Hyde lost the captaincy at Peterborough...
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