Kieron Dyer saw his profession blighted by injury obstacles.
Ipswich concurred to sell midfielder Kieron Dyer to Newcastle for ₤ 6.5 million.
Dyer had actually come through the youth ranks at Portman Roadway, and made more than 100 first-team appearances prior to switching Suffolk for St James’ Park.
Here, the PA news company has a look back at his profession.
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Kieron Dyer (left) started at his home- town club (Paul Barker/PA)
Dyer had actually impressed after signing for regional club Ipswich as a teen. The combative midfielder went on to end up being an important part of the side which promoted promo to the Premier League and the transfer to Newcastle was a record gotten by Ipswich at the time.
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Sir Bobby Robson assisted get the very best out of Keiron Dyer (Owen Humphreys/PA)
Dyer had actually been signed by Ruud Gullit and scored his first Newcastle goal in the 2-1 defeat by Sunderland which marked completion of the Dutchman’s period. Following the return of Sir Bobby Robson back to the Newcastle hotseat, Dyer– who had actually bet England at the 2002 World Cup, reaching the quarter- finals– thrived under the assistance of the popular former Ipswich and England boss.
Newcastle manager Graeme Souness was not impressed by the fracas (Owen Humphreys/PA)
It was, however, no laughing matter when Dyer ended up being involved in an on-field bust-up with Newcastle team- mate Lee Bowyer during a Premier League match against Aston Rental Property in April2005 The set had to be pulled apart after trading blows and were both revealed red cards, which were followed by large disciplinary sanctions.
Dyer suffered a double leg fracture early in his West Ham profession (Nick Potts/PA)
Dyer fought with numerous injury obstacles, which would continue throughout his profession. When he headed south in a ₤ 6million offer in August 2007, the midfielder looked for a fresh obstacle at West Ham. A dreadful double leg break simply 10 days into the season saw him miss out on nearly all of his first campaign prior to returning to action in January 2009.
Dyer returned for a spell as a coach at Ipswich after his retirement (John Walton/PA)
Dyer headed back to Ipswich on a month’s loan during March 2011, and after that signed a 1 year contract with QPR for the following season, just for his injury jinx to promptly struck once again with a foot problem which would need surgical treatment. Dyer hung around training at Ipswich prior to signing up with Middlesbrough on a short- term handle January2013 After leaving Boro, Dyer– who had actually likewise appeared in the I’m a Star … Get Me Out of Here! series– once again looked closer to home as he started coaching in the Ipswich academy. Dyer left his role with Town’s Under-18 s in August 2019.