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Whitehouse:Billy Haywood (Billy)

2016-2017 (Leeds Player Details) (Player Details)


Born: Rotherham: 13-06-1996

Debut: Sutton United (a) F.A. Cup 26-08-08

Height&Weight: 5'11" 11st 4lb (2009)

Billy Whitehouse started playing Sunday League football with Wath St James, and was signed by Doncaster Rovers at the age of twelve. He worked hard to become a member of the Rovers Youth team. He made twenty-two appearances for the Under eighteen team as they finished second in the Youth Alliance North East Conference League. They were again runners-up and Whitehouse was one of four youth players to progress to the professional ranks in the 2013/14 season. He was selected on Doncaster Rovers' subs bench for the first time on 16th August 2014 in a League One game against Port Vale. In June 2015 his Rovers contract was extended to June 2017. He made his Rover's debut in a the 3-0 win at Burton Albion in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy on 7th October 2014 when he was an eighty-ninth minute substitute for Harry Forrester. He was on the field for another ten minutes as a seventy -ninth minute substitute for Kyle Bennett in the 4-1 win over Weston-Super-Mare in a 4-1 away win in the F.A. Cup on 18th November 2014. His first start came in the 0-1 home defeat by Notts County in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy on 9th December 2014, when he had sixty-three minutes before being replaced by Ritchie Wellens.He played another four or so minutes after replacing Harry Forrester in the eighty-sixth minute of a 2-0 home Boxing Day win over Coventry City in League One. Two days later, in the 0-0 draw at Peterborough United, he came on in the eighty-ninth minute to replace the same player. He then had to wait until 21st April 2015, in a 0-3 defeat at Milton Keynes Dons before he set foot on the pitch in the eighty-second minute to replace Harry Forrester once more. Just four days later, in a 1-2 loss at Notts County, he replaced the same person in the eighty-first minute. His next appearance came as an eighty-second minute replacement for Harry Forrester in a 0-0 home draw with Southend United on 19th August 2015. His final League appearance for Doncaster Rovers came three days later, in a 0-3 loss at Port Vale, when he replaced Cedric Evina after fifty-eight minutes. Just three days later, he was an half-time substitute for Rob Jones, in a 1-4 home defeat by Ipswich Town in the League Cup and on 1st September 2015 he played a full game in a 5-3 win on penalties, after no goals had been scored in a Johnstone's Paint Trophy tie at home to Burton Albion. In November 2015, new manager Darren Ferguson said that he would try to arrange a loan move for Whitehouse after he failed to make a first team appearance in nine weeks of his managership. On 12th February 2016, he went on loan to Halifax Town of the National League for the rest of the season and stayed there until 24th May 2016. He made a fine start, playing a full game in the 4-2 home win over Grimsby Town, and opening the scoring in the tenth minute, on the 20th February 2016. Three days later he started in the 0-2 loss at Braintree but was replaced at half-time by Richard Peniket. He then started in the 0-0 home draw with Gateshead in the F.A. Trophy on 28th February 2016, in which he was replaced by Conor Hughes after fifty-seven minutes, in what proved to be his final game for the club. When his one month loan period expired he returned to Doncaster and Ferguson confirmed that White would remain transfer-listed as he did not see the midfielder having a future at the club. He had trials at Leeds and played with their Development squad, where Garry Monk could check his progress. He went on to make nineteen starts and one game from the bench. On 2nd August 2016, Whitehouse signed a one-year contract with Championship side Leeds United for an undisclosed fee. On 21st September 2016 he was loaned to National League side Guiseley. Three days later he made his debut, when he started in the 1-2 home defeat by Macclesfield Town. He was replaced in the sixty-fifth minute by Luke Porritt in his only appearance before returning to Elland Road on 1st November 2016. On 29th January 2017, Whitehouse made his United debut in a 10 defeat at Non-League club Sutton United in the FA Cup, when he started the game and played seventy-three minutes before being replaced by Kemar Roofe. I was to be his only game while at Elland Road and he was released at the end of the 2016-17 season. and was released in May 2017. He had a trial with Port Vale in July 2017 but it was not successful. He was signed by Alfreton Town on 3rd August 2017. by the end of September 2017 he had started once and come off the bench twice and been unused once. On 5th August 2017 he came on as a substitute to replace Ryan Jennings in the seventy-fourth minute of a 2-0 home win over Blyth Spartans and three days later he replaced Marcus Marshall in a 1-3 defeat at Boston United. He played a full game on 12th August 2017, as Alfreton went down 1-4 at Darlington 1883. His game as an unused substitute came in the 1-0 home win over North Ferriby United on 15th August 2017.

League 00
F.A. Cup 10
League Cup 00