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Date of birth



180 cm





Former Wales U21 captain Jacobson made his move to Wycombe in June 2014 after spending the majority of his youth career with hometown club Cardiff City.

He began his football league career at Bristol Rovers, where he won Supporters’ Young Player of the Year, achieved promotion and reached an FA Cup Quarter Final. He then moved on to Oldham, Accrington Stanley and Shrewsbury.

Named as Shrewsbury’s Player of the Year in 2013/14, he then penned a deal at Adams Park, instantly catching the eye of fans and management alike with his set-piece prowess, notably his free-kick in the Chairboys’ play-off final at Wembley.

Jacobson has established himself as the first-choice left-back, finishing both the 2018/19 and 2019/20 seasons as leading goal scorer in all competitions, winning the League One PFA Fans’ Player of the Season in the latter. He scored a particularly memorable hat-trick against Lincoln City, scoring from a free kick and directly from two corners. His knack for goalscoring helped Wycombe reach the Championship, notching a penalty and an assist in the play-off campaign.

The Welshman continued to play a key part in the Chairboys squad, scoring four goals and assisting six during the Championship season, performing particularly effectively after the switch to a back three in the latter stages of the campaign.

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