Kieron and His Illustrative Career Choices

Kieron Dyer makes a change this year from the last role he was playing, that of coach for the under 18s of Ipswich Town. He is now looking forward to managing his career being at the top level in a managerial role. He has been an icon for Ipswich Town, having graduated from this academy and played 100 and more times for the Blues team. He then made his move to Newcastle United and continued playing a long career for Premier League seasons.

In the year 2014, he returned to coach the youngsters and it was a fitting tribute to the club from where his career started. The recent years have not had the Blues team performing well, especially when the team suffered a heavy defeat at the hands of the Suffolk club and Manchester United. The club has now relegated to a bottom position with a mere collection of 27 points. However, their record over the years has remained a positive one for the Premier League.
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IPSWICH TOWN ICON LEAVES COACHING ROLE

Ipswich Town legend Kieron Dyer has left his position as the coach of the club’s U-18 in a move to further his coaching career at the top level of the sport.

Dyer is considered as one of the greatest players to play for the club having featured in over 100 matches before leaving for a record move to Newcastle. He enjoyed a good career playing for Newcastle and QPR before returning to Ipswich in 2014.
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TOTTENHAM SUFFERED

Ruud Gullit reckons that although Tottenham couldn’t field their first string squad in the first leg of the Round of 4 Champions League tie against Ajax, but that was not the main reason why they suffered a defeat in the game. They actually suffered a defeat because their accomplished players committed a number of errors in terms of technique.

Pointing out Dele Alli and Victor Wanyama in particular, Gullit insisted that these guys often feature in the Spurs’ line up against the best players in the English top tier and it was absolutely shocking to see them commit as many errors as they did.
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BOLTON WANDERERS NEARING NEW OWNERSHIP

Championship Outfit Bolton Wanderers are set to for a change in ownership as the club chairman Ken Anderson is close to selling his stake in the club. Anderson revealed that he had agreed on a deal in principle to sell his stake in the club.

Bolton have been struggling in recent years since their relegation to the lower league and this could be a sign of good news for the club. Anderson’s company Inner Circle Investment holds about 95 percent stake in the club and plans to sell its stake in Bolton’s parent company Burnden Leisure.
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The Former Ace Of England, Kieron Dyer Talks About His Spell Of Coaching With The Squad Of Young Lions

The former midfielder of England, Kieron Dyer admitted that he enjoyed few days which were eye-opening few days with the squad of Young Lions in the month of November. Presently, he is part & parcel of the academy staff of coaching with the Ipswich Town, the club where he himself started his own football career in the late 1990s; Kieron joined the squad of Paul Simpson for their game with the Czech Republic and Italy in the month of October.

The ex-West Ham, QPR, and Newcastle United man are presently studying for his License for coaching A and is in charge of U18 team of Ipswich in this season which is followed by a spell with their last term in U16.
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KIERON DYER PRAISED FOR REVEALING HUGE STORY

Former Ipswish Town winger, Kieron Dyer has been praised for revealing his very huge childhood story. In his just published book, he revealed how he was sexually abused by his uncle as a youngster.

Dyer decided to lift the lid on what he has kept as a top secret for the past 20 years and this has since had strangers stop him in the street to commend him for speaking out.
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Dyer Appointed As An Assistant Manager For Town’s Under-18

The ex Ipswich Town star Kieron Dyer is all geared up as he has been appointed as an assistant manager of the Under-18 group of the club. It is a full time job that he has been offered and the management is confident that he will perform brilliantly. The 39 year old ex England international is back as he was working for his hometown club for a whole. Now, he is working on the coaching badges. The autobiography of Dyer ‘Old Too Soon, Smart Too Late’ was recently published and he has not hidden his wish to move into the management role one day.

Dyer would work under Adem Atay, the manager of U18s at Playford Road. He said that it’s quite enjoyable when you involve yourself towards the development of youth players. He has worked with U16s earlier and it is mostly on improving as a player and there is no need to worry about the outcomes. As far as U18 level is concerned, that element is still there, but you also need to consider the competitive part too. He said he is there to help the young players as he has already been there as a youngster and can very well relate to them. He is hopeful that he would take what he has achieved during his career and the same can be passed on to the players at the academy.
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IPSWICH STAR DETERMINED TO TAKE HIS CHANCES

Ipswich star Tristan Nydam says he is ready to take his chances at the club as he is being rated as one of the nest generation of stars. The Zimbabwe-born star is well aware of the rare opportunity he got and intends on making good use of it.

The youngster is talented but he knows he needs to put in the work to become a star at Portman Road. He says the fans see him as one of their own; as a young hungry player in a small town looking to make a difference.
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Michael Owen Backs Manchester United To Progress Into The Champions League Quarter-Final

Former Liverpool and Manchester United striker Michael Owen has backed the Red Devils to progress beyond the round of 16 of the Champions League after they drawn against Spanish side Sevilla. The Red Devils qualified for the knockout phase of the competition with relative ease after they won five of their six group stage outings.

Speaking on BT Sport, Owen believes that United should fancy their chances of progressing further in the elite competition with Sevilla no longer the force they were a couple of seasons ago, he said following the draw: “I think tactically he [Jose Mourinho] is one to know how to get through. I think this is a really good draw. Read More »

DYER BLAST SPURS WAGE STRUCTURE

Kieron Dyer has publicly criticized the wage structure at Tottenham Hotspur. The pundit provided real insight to what even supposedly top players earn at the club. He said the wages some professionals receive at the club was lower than what he received way back in 2002.

“I spoke to a Tottenham player towards the end of last season. He’s a full international, regular for his country and regular for his team. He told me what he was on wages wise and I was on more money than him at Newcastle in 2002.
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