Lee ErwinKilmarnock








Striker Lee Erwin began his career with Motherwell where he progressed through the Academy, making his senior debut in 2014.  Prior to making his first team debut, Lee enjoyed a productive loan spell with Arbroath during which he scored 8 goals in 11 appearances for the Scottish League One side.   He then went one to play a key role in securing Motherwell’s Scottish Premiership status in 2015 and ended the 2014/15 campaign in blistering form, scoring 5 times in their last 9 games including the vital play-off victory over Rangers.  The 6’2” forward, a former Scotland Under-19s international, was highly sought after in Scotland, with champions Celtic among the clubs reported to have shown an interest, but English giants Leeds United moved quickly to secure his services following the expiry of his Motherwell contract in 2015.  Lee spent time on loan with Bury before joining League One side Oldham Athletic on loan in 2016, where he has established himself as an integral part of their striking force. After proving him self with Oldham Athletic, acheiving top scorer for the club 2016/2017 he made a welcomed return to the SPL,  joining Kilmarnock FC summer 2017.