Kieron Dyer

Allardyce Future Decided Next Week

The future of Sam Allardyce will be decided in a week as the board members of the club will have a meeting concerning some of the issues of West Ham. The meeting is going to take place at the house of the co-owner David Sullivan.

After a difficult start of a season, West Ham managed to escape the bottom relegation zone but fans still have not taken a liking to the playing style and tactics that Allardyce utilizes and this is evident by the banners and shouts which can be seen and heard during their home matches.


Newcastle United has not secured a major trophy since 1969 and has not managed on winning the league silverware in over 80 years but even though their dry run has been going on for such a long period of time, it still remains being one of the clubs which has the highest average attendance in the country.

Alan Pardew is going through a tough streak of negative and disappointing results as Newcastle United lost against Everton, Southampton, Manchester United, Stoke City, Swansea City and Arsenal all in successive weeks.


West Ham United suffered a 2-0 defeat against Manchester United during their latest Premier League encounter with Wayne Rooney scoring both goals for his club.

The first goal of the English striker arrived after 6 minutes had passed and the ball fell to the legs of Rooney when he launched a long range effort from over 40 yards away which went right into the net of West Ham’s goalkeeper Adrian San Miguel Del Castillo who was out of position and couldn’t do anything to deny Rooney from scoring his wonder-goal but according to Sam Allardyce, the goal should not have been allowed.

Connor Wishes Kieron Dyer Luck

Terry Connor has sent his best wishes to Kieron Dyer about his future at Middleborough and he said that as long as Dyer does not return to bite them back he is really happy for him. The former England international came back to Portman Road to have a week in the training session with the senior squad of Town before he joins the Teessiders.


Quite a few of the former England players want John Terry to make a comeback to the international arena after the impressive shows put up by him in the Barclays Premier League recently, but, the veteran defender has made it clear that he is not thinking about doing that.

Terry had played a big role for the Blues in their last league match against Manchester City. He was very solid playing at his usual position of centre-back during that game.


Former Newcastle United footballer Kieron Dyer has revealed that Leeds United tried to sign him on a number of occasions, but he has always rejected them in order to stay at Newcastle. Dyer was also subjected to transfer interest from Leeds even before he had moved to Newcastle.

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Former England and Newcastle United midfielder Kieron Dyer has finally announced his retirement from football after several years of struggling with injury problems. Dyer was once regarded as one of the finest midfielders in the England squad.

His explosive pace coupled with incredible quality meant that he was closer to becoming one of the best in the world. However, his explosive pace also caused him a lot of problems on the injury front. He has suffered numerous injury problems –primarily related to his hamstring – in the last five years.

As a result, he has been slowly climbing down the football ladder. He has now brought his 17-year-old football career to an end after failing to find a new club following his departure from QPR.

During this period, he has also featured 33 times for the national team. His enormous injury problems have meant that the 34-year-old has managed just 25 starts for four clubs in the last six years. Perhaps, his best spell in football came during his time at Newcastle. Dyer has revealed that he has decided to bring an end to his career because he thought it was the right time to, while he also expressed his non-interest in playing in leagues like MLS and Middle East.

"Since I went up to Newcastle, I’ve been all over the country and I haven’t really had too much quality time with my kids and now I feel that it’s the perfect time. I just think it’s the time. I don’t want to move to America, I don’t want to move to Dubai, they were some of the offers I’ve been getting. I want to stay in Ipswich and spend quality time with my kids. It’s got nothing to do with injuries, nothing to do with money, it’s just I’m content with life," said Dyer.


The manager of Middlesbrough FC, Tony Mowbray, has said that Kieron Dyer’s contract will not be extended by the club next season.

Dyer had signed for Middlesbrough only at the start of this year for six months. He has so far featured for them in 9 matches and has scored a couple of goals.

The Middlesbrough management doesn’t seem to be impressed with what Dyer has done so far for them in the second half of the season. So, they will release the English midfielder at the end of this season.

When asked about the extension of Dyer’s contract, Mowbray said, “No, we are not looking to extend his contract. Our aim is to build a young squad and we will be signing some of the younger guys during the transfer window.”

“It has been brilliant to work with Kieron. He has been absolutely fantastic not only during matches, but, off the ground as well. He has entertained all of us during his tenure here. He is a very popular character in the camp and he will be really missed.”

Mowbray also made it clear that Josh McEachran and Sammy Ameobi who are currently playing for Middlesbrough on loan will go back to their respective parent clubs at the end of this season.
McEachran and Ameobi are the contracted players of Chelsea and Newcastle United respectively.
McEachran has been a regular member of Middlesbrough starting XI this season. He has so far played 38 matches for the club.

When asked whether these two players would stay at Middlesbrough or return to their parent clubs, Mowbray said, “There is a good possibility that they will be going back. I am not announcing that officially. I will have to talk to the managers of those two clubs before making any official announcement. But, as things stand now, I think they will return.”


Kieron Dyer has signed for Middlesbrough. The England international completed his move to Middlesbrough on the last day of the transfer window.

Dyer was released by his previous club Queens Park Rangers in January. Since then, he had been training with the Ipswich Town team.

Dyer played for his previous club QPR for a couple of years. But, he struggled a lot with fitness problems during those two years. He managed to make just 5 appearances for QPR.

After signing Dyer, the manager of Middlesbrough Tony Mowbray said, “Kieron trained with our squad yesterday and his fitness is fine. He looked sharp during the training session.”

“He has had quite a few injury issues in the last 6 years, but, at this point of time, his fitness is really good. I saw him playing for QPR last month and he was in good nick. He still has a lot of football left in him.”

“I worked with Kieron when he was playing for Ipswich Town. He was a young man at that time, but, he had a got a great temperament even at that age.”

“Some people told me that it would be a big risk to bring in Kieron as his fitness has really been poor in the last few years. But, I don’t want to have a look at his past fitness records. I know that his fitness is good currently and that’s the most important thing.”

When Dyer himself was asked about his new club, the midfielder said, “After leaving QPR, a few clubs approached me, but, when I talked to Tony Mowbray, I felt that this is the club which I should join.”

Dyer is expected to play his first match for Middlesbrough against Ipswich Town on Saturday.

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