Cane, Jacob

Birth Date

20th May 1994


Exeter, Devon



Biographical Text

Jacob Cane - later known as Jacob Jagger Cane - came through the academy and appeared in one first-team game in 2012 as a late substitute. He later appeared for Hereford and predominantly Weston-super-Mare.

Jacob was in the Under 16 development squad at Exeter City's Centre of Excellence in 2009/10 and became a trainee in 2010. He then signed professional deals through to 2014. During his time at the club Jacob made a single first-team appearance in a League Two game against Wycombe Wanderers in September 2012. He then had loans at Poole Town and Weston-super-Mare before being released in 2014.

After five years at Weston Jacob moved to Hereford United in 2019 before returning to Somerset for another stint at Weston at start of the 2020-21 season. In June 2022 Jacob signed another contract for Weston to take him through to the end of 2022/23. Weston manager Scott Bartlett told the club website that “Jacob had some good offers and would have been a hard one to replace, he gives us energy and quality in a key area. He is now an experienced player and we are delighted to extend his time with us."

After a subsequent contract extension Jacob remained with Weston as the club returned to National League South after winning the Southern League in 2023.


Exeter City

League 1 sub.



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