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Nathan Dyer

Squad No:12
Contract Date:June 2014
Previous Clubs:Southampton, Burnley (Loan), Sheffield United (Loan)

Signed from Southampton in 2009 by Roberto Martinez for £400,000, after initially impressing on loan. The winger who links up so well with Angel Rangel on the right hand side terrorised defenders in the Championship and deservedly won the Player of the Year award – ahead of 27 goals Scott Sinclair.
Dyer then terrorised a lot of Premier League defenders in his first season and improved his goal-scoring with 5 League goals. There was talk of an England call-up too. Dyer scored 2 goals at Wembley in the League Cup Final at Wembley, to help win the trophy for the Swans.

Player Ratings for Nathan Dyer

4 AugSheffield United A1 - 20 N/A
11 AugPreston North End H1 - 01 N/A
17 AugBirmingham City A0 - 00 N/A
21 AugLeeds United H2 - 22 N/A
25 AugBristol City H0 - 11 N/A
28 AugCrystal Palace CCH0 - 10 N/A

1 SepMillwall A1 - 21 N/A
15 SepNottingham Forest H0 - 02 N/A
18 SepStoke City A1 - 03
  • Currently out of 10
22 SepMiddlesbrough A0 - 00
  • Currently out of 10
29 SepQueens Park Rangers H3 - 00 N/A

2 OctWigan Athletic A0 - 00 N/A
6 OctIpswich Town H2 - 31 N/A
20 OctAston Villa A1 - 00 N/A
23 OctBlackburn Rovers H2 - 11 N/A
27 OctReading H2 - 02 N/A

3 NovRotherham United A2 - 10 N/A
10 NovBolton Wanderers A0 - 10 N/A

Player Stats for Nathan Dyer

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News Stories for Nathan Dyer

The end of an era Fri 11th May 2018
It was 30th May 2011 when we first entered the Premier League after a famous win over Reading at Wembley Stadium in the play off final and now, 2540 days later, our stay will end barring the most unlikely double result of all time on Sunday.
Tammy's goal saved our blushes Sat 07th Apr 2018
We can call it one point nearer safety and we know that it is to be true but the truth of the game today was that we witnessed another disappointing Swans performance against a side that is destined for the Championship next season.
Six Previous Premier League Openers Mon 07th Aug 2017
Games against Manchester City, Manchester United (twice), Chelsea, QPR and Burnley have been our Premier League openers to date and this weekend we travel to Southampton to start another campaign in the top fight - our seventh in succession.
To Hull And Back - FA Cup Round Three Preview Sat 07th Jan 2017
The Swans start their FA Cup campaign this afternoon with an all Premier League clash with fellow relegation candidates Hull City this afternoon with what may well be an unlikely line up given what has become the norm for this stage of the competition.
Britton Leads The Way Sun 20th Mar 2016
Leon Britton is leading the way to be crowned the player of the season by those who have cast their votes on the Swans performances to date this season.
Dyer's Training Sharpness Impresses Leicester Tue 15th Sep 2015
We have known for some time that the training regime at Swansea is a thorough and complete one with Garry Monk often talking about the conditioning that the players have which has seen us in such good stead since he took over.
Dyer Scores Leicester Winner Against Aston Villa Mon 14th Sep 2015
Nathan Dyer will have a headache when he wakes up this morning but it won't be through a heavy night celebrating the goal on his Leicester debut but from the clattering he got from Brad Guzan when he did score the winner.
Leicester Was Best Option For Nathan Fri 11th Sep 2015
Garry Monk was questioned at last night's fans forum about the move to Leicester on deadline day for Nathan Dyer who joined the Foxes on a season long loan in his quest for first team football.
Swans Recall Barrow From Blackburn Wed 09th Sep 2015
It was extremely predictable that it was going to happen but the Swans confirmed yesterday that they were recalling Modou Barrow from his loan spell following Nathan Dyer's own loan move to Leicester.
Trundle - It's Not Over For Dyer Wed 02nd Sep 2015
Nathan Dyer may spend this season at Leicester City on loan but Lee Trundle does not think that necessarily means the end of the line for him at Swansea City after a six year stint with the club.
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