George Jermy was in
the Norwich City youth team that competed for the Northern Ireland
Milk Cup in 2003. The following year, the midfielder had a spell
with Tottenham before he signed for AFC Bournemouth and played
in the PUMA Youth Alliance League against other centres of excellence
George left Bournemouth in the autumn of 2005 to return to Norfolk
on work experience. Many Ridgeons League sides were interested
but George opted to sign for Robert
Taylor's young Dereham side.
George joined Spanish side CD Javea in July 2006 after a successful
trial. CD Javeas Director of Football was former Norwich
player Kenny Brown. Whilst in Spain,
George had a trial with Villareal.
Returning to East Anglia, George signed for Norwich United at
the end of September 2007 and played a handful of games. In March
2008, Jermy signed for Wivenhoe
In July 2008, George was linked with Hucknall Town but chose
instead to sign for Bishops Stortford. In September 2008, George
joined AFC Sudbury
George returned to Spain in December 2008 to play again for CD
On 5th November 2009, Met Police manager Jim Cooper announced
Jermy's signing. "I've made another signing, George Jermy
joins us from Margate, George is a left sided player with great
ability. George had been playing in Spain for CD Javea and we
are very pleased to have him with us".
After a spell in Australia with Shepparton, he joined Victoria
State League side Bentleigh Greens in 2010 and also the Southern
Stars in the Victoria Premier League.
On 26th February 2013, George signed for New Zealand side Wairarapa
In January 2015, he moved to Fiji to join Suva FC. The following July, he moved to Spanish side Xerex Deportivo before becoming player-manager of Gibraltar side Europa Point in July 2016.