Nathan Antone Jonah Dyer is an English footballer who currently plays winger for Premier League club Swansea City. Dyer joined the Southampton F.C. Academy as a teenager. He was a member of the Southampton youth team that reached the final of the FA Youth Cup in 2005, although he didn't make his playing debut until the following season. Dyer made his first-team debut for Southampton on 26 December 2005. In late 2005 he enjoyed a successful loan spell at Burnley, where he scored two goals against Millwall and Crewe in five appearances before being recalled. In September 2008, Dyer was sent to the Sheffield United Blades on loan until December, with the option of a permanent deal in January 2009. Dyer returned to Southampton following the end of his three month loan spell and was immediately loaned out again, this time toSwansea City until the end of the 2008–09 season. On 5 April 2009, Dyer scored the opening goal for Swansea against archrival Cardiff City. On 2 June 2009, Dyer joined Swansea City on a permanent basis after the Welsh side agreed to pay a £400,000 fee to Southampton. On the opening day of the new Premier League campaign at QPR, Dyer scored a brace as Swansea recorded a 5–0 victory. In October 2012, Dyer was approached by the Jamaica Football Federation to play for Jamaica during their 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifying campaign.
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The Reds have been lacking something out wide of late and will be looking to solve that problem in January. 1. Nathan Dyer An old favourite of Brendan Rodgers’, the two worked together at Swansea, in which Dyer’s pace was a big part of the Northern Irish manager’s game. Dyer has impressed again this […]The post
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