Iain Hume

Iain Hume

Iain Edward Hume (born 30 October 1983) is a Scottish Canadian footballer who plays for Doncaster Rovers, on loan from Preston North End.

Born in Edinburgh, Scotland, Hume plays internationally for Canada.

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... new season got off to a flying start with Iain Hume scoring his first Barnsley goal just five minutes into his debut ... Iain Hume was sent off late on for the hosts ... Four - Barnsley 2-0 Derby County It took 71 minutes, but a stunning strike from Iain Hume and a Stephen Foster header were enough to secure Barnsley's ...
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