Previous clubs: Millwall, Bristol City, Crawley Town
After a spell out of the game while working as a stockbroker, Elliott signed for Whitehawk in October 2017. He arrives at the TerraPura Ground with vast experience of the Football League, having made over 400 appearances in his career whilst also being capped by Jamaica.
After coming up through the Millwall academy, Elliott made his first appearance on 16 April 2003 against Nottingham Forest. If needed, he can be an emergency right back, and he was used in this role against Manchester United in the 2004 FA Cup Final when the usual right back was unavailable due to injury. He went on to sign for Bristol City in July 2007, and after a successful first season with in Somerset, Elliott established himself as a popular member of the squad and impressed his fellow professionals as well, being named in the PFA Team of the Year. He also won Bristol City’s ‘Young Player of The Year’ award in his first year at the club.
In the summer of 2009, the 24-year-old was a target for several Premier League clubs, including Fulham, Wolves, Blackburn, Portsmouth and West Brom – who had a bid rejected in January. He subsequently signed a new 3-year deal which would keep him at Bristol City until the end of the 2011/12 season.
After an injury hit 2013/14 season, Elliot was released by Bristol City at the end of the season. The midfielder went on to join Crawley Town on a monthly contract before temporarily hanging up his boots in 2015.