Benjamin Paul "Ben" Amos is an English football goalkeeper who plays for Hull City on loan from Manchester United. Amos started his career with Crewe Alexandra's youth academy, but joined with Manchester United at the age of eleven. During the first season 2001-02, he played nineteen out of twenty-seven games and stayed with Manchester City till 2008. Along with Amos played for the Championship team Peterborough United on a month's loan and moved on loan to the Norwegian side Molde FK which keep him until June 2010. Thereafter he transferred to Oldham Athletic on loan for the remainder of the season in January 2011 though he finally signed Championship team Hull City on a season-long loan from Manchester United in May 2012. Furthermore, Ben Amos is an England youth international, represented his country at every level from Under-16 to Under-21.
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