Dominic Thomas

Vital Statistics

Nickname: Dom 

Position: Midfield

Date of Birth: 

Birth Place:  Scotland

Height: 1.85m

Previous Clubs: Motherwell, Celtic Youth. .

Killie Contract: July 12th 2017  (3 Year Deal). Extended Sept 2019 thru 2012.

Killie Debut: July 14th 2017, as secod half sub at Ayr Utd in the Betfred League Cup. 

International: 3 Appearances for Scotland U21.

News & Quotes

July 12th 2017:  Killie announced the signing of Dominic Thomas (subject to SFA approval). Similar to his new teammates, Daniel Higgins, Calum Waters and Stephen O’Donnell, the 21-year-old was the product of a very successful Celtic youth system.

Dominic Thomas (subject to SFA approval). The midfielder moved to Motherwell in 2014, where he made 33 appearances for the Fir Park side and won the 2015/16 Scottish FA Youth Cup with ‘Well’s Development squad.

Thomas was loaned to Queen of the South for the second half of the 2016/17 season, making 17 appearances for ‘The Doonhamers’.

Scotland U21 head coach, Scot Gemmill, gave the youngster his U21 debut in March this year, in a friendly against Estonia.

Jan 30th 2018: Dom has gone out on loan to Queen of the South. 

Jan 31st 2019: Dom re-joins Dumberton on loan for the rest of the 2018-19 season.

Sept 27th 2019: Dom Thomas had put pen to paper on a contract that will see him tied to the club until 2021.

And as the flying winger becomes a key player under the manager, Angelo says he was thrilled that Dom has committed for another year.

“I’m pleased for Dom, he worked very hard in pre-season and he’s got good skills. He’s young and can improve.

“I am pleased for him: he’s a good technical player and he had a very good experience at Dumbarton. We’re very happy.”

Jan 10th 2020: Killie have sent winger Dom Thomas to Dunfermline Athletic on loan 24 hours after recalling Greg Kiltie from the Scottish Championship club. Thomas signed a new contract until summer 2021 with the Premiership outfit in September and played 24 times in the first half of the season.

Pars Manager Stevie Crawford Said: ."His best years are ahead of him, He comes here hungry, like Greg (Kiltie) was, in terms of wanting to do well. If he does well for us, there is the possibility of him going back to force his way into Kilmarnock's plans in the summer.


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