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Who Is Alex Dyer

Who Is Alex Dyer



Released by Northampton Town in May Alex is a skilful central midfield playmaker, a passing prince no less who has just finished a trial at Kettering Town. Alex played for the Poppeys last week on the 0-1 defeat against his former club and apparently only gave the ball away once in the half he played. Player-manager Lee Harper had wanted to offer him a deal but with hard times now upon the Poppies budgetary constraints would not quite stretch.


Alex plays at Trinity tonight and could be a very nice addition to the squad. He has two sweet feet and with a guardian next to him could certainly kick on. Alex is only 20 and came up through the Cobblers youth system - a set up better than it sounds. He debuted in the relegation season and having earned an 18 month extension in Feb 09 was only given fleeting opportunities. He only started 4 games last season and came on as a sub in 16 grabbing a goal apiece against Notts County and Bradford.



Name: Alex Dyer
Nationality: English
Date of Birth: 11/06/1990
Height: 5' 8' (173cm)
Weight: 11st 7lbs (73.09kg)
Previous Clubs: Northampton
Position: Centre Midfielder


2009/10 Tale of the tape
L2- 4 (+16) 2 goals 1 yellow
FAC 0 (1)
C Cup 0 (1)

2007-2010 Northampton Town 34 (3)



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Writer:Ocean of Optimism
Date:Tuesday July 27 2010
Time: 10:00AM

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