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RUFC - Striker Joins

RUFC - Striker Joins

Rotherham United have completed the loan signing of Bruce Dyer who is here on a month's emergency loan from Doncaster Rovers.

Bruce Antonio Dyer born 13 April 1975 in Ilford, London

Height - 6ft

Weight - 10 st 9lbs

Position - Striker

Starting his career with Watford in 1994, Dyer became the first teenage English footballer to be transferred for (at least) £1m. After four years and thirty-seven goals he moved to Oakwell where he played one hundred and eighty-one games for the South Yorkshire side. He was snapped up by Watford on a free in 2003 where he stayed for two years before moving to Stoke, Millwall (on loan), Sheffield United and currently is at Doncaster Rovers. He had a loan spell at Bradford earlier this year where he played five games and scored one goal.

Dyer is here to cover for emergency injuries.

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Date:Thursday September 13 2007
Time: 2:32PM


Welcome, Bruce.
13/09/2007 14:48:00
Praise the cometh our
13/09/2007 15:09:00
Nice one!!!
13/09/2007 15:14:00
Crikey! A player i've heard of playing for your lot, I never thought I'd see the day!
Johnny Kipper
13/09/2007 16:09:00
We signed him just for you JK!
13/09/2007 16:16:00
not sure he is what we need right now
Mexbro miller
13/09/2007 21:17:00
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