Kieron Dyer who is an English former professional football player had previously played as a midfielder. He is the native of Ipswich, England. He came into this world on 29th December of the year 1978 which has now made him at the age of 36. Dyer is a tall guy with the height of 1.73 m which is five feet and eight inches.

 At the beginning of his football career, he started with his hometown team known as Ipswich Town with whom he signed for as 17 years old trainee in the year 1996. Dyer broke into the Ipswich team during the first season of him at the club. Later, he quickly established the reputation as one of the Top Youngest in an English Football outside of the Premier League.

Kieron spent his three years at the Portman Road when he requested transfer in order to further the international prospects of him after the failure of the Ipswich for gaining the promotion to Premier League through play-offs in 1999. Later, he was then sold to the Newcastle United in July of the same year for fee of £6 million which was record transfer fee received by the Ipswich Town until Mr. Connor Wickham was sold to the Sunderland.

He was only an English player who was signed by the Ruud Gullit during the spell as Newcastle’s manager. On 16th August of 2007, he completed his move to the West Ham United for £6 million signing four years deal. He then remained there till the season 2010-11.

After that, he returned to Ipswich Town on one month loan on 11th March of 2011. The same year, he signed a year deal with the Queens Park Rangers  in July. After a couple of year, he again signed a short term contract with the Championship side Middlesbrough on 31st January of 2013. Dyer later again returned to the Ipswich as an academy coach after his departure from the Middlesbrough. He also confirmed that he had been back training with first team during close of 2012/13 season.

Prior to that, Dyer has also represented England at the Youth, Under 21 as well as ‘B’Level. His debut for senior team came on 4th September of 1999 when he began in England’s 6-0 win against the Luxembourg. Dyer was deployed out of the position at the right back and he was replaced by Gary Neville at the half time after getting injured while setting up the third goal of Alan Shearer. His injury was not much serious and later, he was able to make his second England appearance after four days by coming on as the late substitute for Steve McManaman in 0-0 draw with the Poland.

Moving on to his personal life biography, Kieron has already got married. He is married to his wife named Holly Dyer. Dyer and Holly’s marriage took place in the year 2014 and since then, they are living their blissful life. Dyer weight has been recorded as 64 kg. Besides that, more news about him can also be accessed from different internet sites and he can also get connected in Twitter and Instagram. a

  • English
  • 173 cm
  • 1978-12-29
  • Footballer
  • Yes
  • 13 Million Pounds
  • Kaden Dyer, Kie Dyer
  • American-English
  • Holly Dyer
  • No
  • No
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