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Fraser Fyvie Biography

Fraser Fyvie is a Scottish professional footballer who plays as a central midfielder for English Premier League club Wigan Athletic and the Scotland national under-21 football team. Fyvie became the youngest ever player to play for Aberdeen, when he made his debut against Hamilton Academical at the age of 16, and won the Man of the Match award for the game. Fyvie became the youngest ever player to play for Aberdeen, when he made his debut against Hamilton Academical at the age of 16, and won the Man of the Match award for the game. This goal made him the youngest ever goalscorer in a Scottish Premier League match, breaking the record previously held by Dundee United player David Goodwillie. The next day Fyvie signed a new three-year deal with Aberdeen. Fyvie signed for Wigan Athletic in July 2012, with the Latics paying Aberdeen an undisclosed transfer fee believed to be around £500,000. On 28 August 2012, he made his debut as a substitute in the League Cup against Nottingham Forest which Wigan won 4-1. In November and December 2012, Fyvie was part of Wigan's Premier League match day squad seven times but did not feature. In January 2013, Fyvie started in Wigan's third round FA Cup matches against Bournemouth. In February 2010, Fyvie was named as Clydesdale Bank Premier League Young Player of the Month for January.

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