Jonny Mullins was
at the Norwich City Centre of Excellence at Potters Bar in the late
1990s until a change of rules by the Football Association forced
Norwich to close the Centre due to travelling times.
Joining Reading's Academy, he spent two periods on loan at Kidderminster
Harriers. The first from 17th December 2004 until 7th April 2005
in whcih he made 21 appearances scoring twice. The second from
25th October 2005 until the 2nd May 2006 in which he made 30 appearances,
again scoring twice.
He was released by Reading in May 2006 and the Harriers expressed
interest in signing him although they are facing competiion from
Chester City. Instead he signed for Mansfield Town on a two year
contract on 1st June 2006. "I wasn't going to be figuring
much in the Reading side, so I see the move to Mansfield as nothing
but positive," he told the Stags' website. "When
the gaffer (Peter Shirtliff) contacted me, I was delighted to
come back into league football."
Despite making 49 appearances during 2007/8, scoring three goals,
and winning the Player of the Season award, Mullins could not
help Mansfield avoid relegation out of the Football League and
into the Conference
On 18th June 2008, John agre a two year contract with Stockport
He moved to Rotherham on 6th July 2010, signing a two year deal.
On 5th October 2012, Mullins joined Oxford on a three month loan.
He had not played for the Millers since the 6-2 defeat by Port
Vale in September 2012.
Returning to his place in the Rotherham side, he scored in a
2-0 win over Aldershot on 27th April 2013 which secured Rotherham's
promotion to League One
On 23rd July 2013, Mullins joined Oxford on a three year contract
for an undisclosed fee.
Released by Oxford in May 2016, he signed for Luton on a two year contract on 31st May 2016.
After being released by Luton in May 2018 after helping them win promotion to League One in 2017/18, he signed for Cheltenham on 16th May 2018.