Kieron Dyer


The Ipswich-born winger had everything in his locker to become a top player in the English game and started his career brightly. After impressing for his home town club, Dyer moved to Newcastle in 1999 for £6 million, a club record fee received for Ipswich at the time. Constant hamstring injuries forced Dyer to sit on the sidelines for the majority of his seven years on Tyneside before a move to West Ham in 2007, also for £6million. East London was not a happy place for Dyer who suffered a terrible leg break just ten days after making his debut for the Hammers, which he never recovered from fully. A few hopeful comebacks were halted by muscle injuries before he was released in the summer. QPR have taken a gamble on the pacey winger but after another injury setback on his debut for the Hoops, Dyer is currently on the treatment table again.

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