- Famous Name Josh Doig
- Birth Name Josh Doig
- Birth Place Edinburgh, Scotland
- Famous Name Josh Doig
- Salary £36,920 per annum
- Position in Team Defender
- Current team Hibernian
- Nationality Scottish
- Profession Footballer
Josh Doig is a Scottish professional footballer who is signed to the Scottish Premiership club Hibernian. Also, he had a stint at Queen's Park (2020). Internationally, he played for the Scotland U18 national team.
Edinburgh, Scotland native, Josh Doig was born on 18th May 2002, under the star sign Taurus. The nineteen years old holds a Scottish nationality.
How Much Is Josh Doig's Net Worth In 2021?
Hibernian No. 3 Defender Josh Doig makes £710 weekly which is £36,920 per annum from the club. His current market value is reported €4 million, updated on 28th June 2021.
Just began his professional football, Josh Doig is yet to make it big: achieve tremendous endorsement deals and multi-million contracts. As of 2021, his net worth remains under review.
Is Josh Doig In A Relationship?
Teen Josh Doig is all about football in the public. Besides, there is no news and rumors about his relationship or girlfriend. Seems like, the football defended is much more concentrated on building his career rather strongly than giving his time in dating. Hence, Doig is believed to be single for now.
In 2019, Josh Doig joined h Hibernian during the summer, following his youth career at Edinburgh derby rivals Hearts. In February 2020, he signed a contract with Hibernian that is due to run until the summer of 2023 and he was loaned to League Two club Queen's Park for the rest of the 2019–20 season.
Ahead of the 2020-21 season, he was added to the Hibs first-team squad. On 1st August 2020, he made his Hibernian debut in a 2–1 win against Kilmarnock. He played regularly in the 2020-21 season, and in January 2021 BBC Sports reported that English Premier League clubs and Celtic expressed interest in signing him.
On 20 February 2021, he scored his first senior goal in a 2–0 win for Hibs against Hamilton. He then signed an extension deal that would last until 2025. At the end of his breakthrough season with Hibs, he won the SFWA Young Player of the Year award.
In September 2019, Doig was called in a Scotland U18 squad and played in a 2–1 win against Paraguay. In 2020, he was named for the Scotland U19 squad. Though, he was included in the Scotland U-21 national team but withdraw due to injury.
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