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Full Name: Adam Thomas Lewis
Born: 08 November 1999
Came from: Liverpool Went to: Liverpool
First game: 16 January 2021 Last game: 17 April 2021
Appearances: 20 (9/11) Goals: 1
Lewis became the Pilgrims’ first signing of the January 2021 transfer window when he joined on loan from Liverpool until the end of the season.
Born in Liverpool, the 21-year-old wing-back joined the Reds as an under-6 and then progressed through the age groups to captain the under-18 side under Steven Gerrard, who praised him as one of the best he had seen at that level.
As he developed as a teenager, Lewis also progressed through England's age groups, including appearances for the under-19 team at the 2018 European Championship in Finland. That September he made his debut for England's under-20s.
Lewis became a regular member of Liverpool's under-23 side in the 2018-19 campaign, and also spent time at the club's training centre with Jurgen Klopp’s first-team squad. Knee ligament damage forced him to spend four months of the following season on the sidelines, but he recovered to make his senior debut in the FA Cup fourth round replay against Shrewsbury Town in February 2020.
That summer he was rewarded with a long-term contract with the Premier League champions, and then joined French second-tier side Amiens SC on loan for the 2020-21 campaign. However, he was not selected as often as had been hoped and was recalled by his club. Just days after his return to England, Lewis was welcomed by fellow Liverpudlians Ryan Lowe and Steven Schumacher at Home Park, signing on loan in January 2021 for the rest of the season.
He made his debut in a home match as a substitute versus Crewe Alexandra, and then scored on his full debut in a 2-1 away win at Sunderland - both matches played in empty stadia due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Having returned to Anfield at the end of his loan spell with Argyle, and having never experienced a Green Army, he then played for Livingston in the Scottish Premiership in the 2021-22 season, making 14 appearances before another loan spell with League Two side Newport County in the 2022-23 season, where he made 28 appearances and scored once.
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APPEARANCE DETAILS [reselect competitions]
The details below reflect appearances in all first-team competitions.
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