Kieron Courtney Dyer is an English former professional footballer Kieron Dyer Family, Net Worth , Parents know all about in this article.
Kieron Dyer Wiki
|Birthdate ( Age)||29 December 1978|
|Place of Birth||Ipswich, United Kingdom|
|Children||Kaden Dyer, Kie Dyer|
|Parents||Name not Known|
|Net Worth||$19 Million|
Kieron Courtney Dyer is an English former professional footballer who played as a midfielder. He is currently the U23s manager at Ipswich Town. Dyer represented England on 33 occasions between 1999 and 2007. He was a member of the England squads which reached the quarter-finals at the 2002 FIFA World Cup and UEFA Euro 2004.
Kieron Dyer Family, Parents
Dyer was born in Ipswich, to an Antiguan father and English mother.Dyer’s career began with his hometown team, Ipswich Town, whom he signed for as a 17-year-old trainee in 1996.He broke into the Ipswich first team during his first season at the club, and quickly established a reputation as one of the top youngsters in English football outside of the Premier League.In February 2018, Dyer told the public that at the age of 11 he had been sexually abused by his great uncle Kenny, by then deceased.
Kieron Dyer Wife, Children
Kieron Dyer married with wife Holly Dyer in 2014.The Couple have two children together named Kaden Dyer, Kie Dyer.Kieron Dyer and his wife living a happily married life together.
Kieron Dyer Net Worth
Kieron Courtney Dyer is an English former professional footballer who played as a midfielder has an estimated Net Worth around $19 Million in 2021.
Dyer was sold to Newcastle United in July 1999 for a fee of £6 million,which stood as the record transfer fee received by Ipswich Town until Connor Wickham was sold to Sunderland.He was the only English player signed by Ruud Gullit during his spell as Newcastle’s manager.Dyer opened his Newcastle goalscoring account at home to local rivals Sunderland, but the match ended in a 2–1 defeat, which saw Gullit resign shortly afterwards.
On 2 April 2005, Dyer was involved in an on-pitch brawl with teammate Lee Bowyer in Newcastle’s Premier League match with Aston Villa, and both had to be pulled apart and separated by their teammates and Villa players.This resulted in Dyer and Bowyer receiving red cards, leaving Newcastle with eight men as Steven Taylor had already been sent-off for a deliberate handball.
At the start of the 2005–06 season, Dyer was once again on the injured list, this time with a hamstring injury, preventing his selection for club or country.This followed a close-season in which Newcastle manager Graeme Souness signed a number of other midfield players, including Emre Belözoğlu, Scott Parker, Albert Luque and Nolberto Solano.
Dyer became the first Newcastle United player to score at the Emirates Stadium in a 1–1 draw with Arsenal on 18 November 2006.In what was his first start in seven months, Dyer opened the match’s scoring after 30 minutes with his first league goal for Newcastle in over 20 months.
He continued his rich vein of form, also scoring against Tottenham Hotspur,Bolton Wanderers,Birmingham City,Aston Villa,AZ and Watford.Following his return from injury, Dyer showed his versatility by playing in central midfield, right midfield and as an attacking midfielder, supporting Obafemi Martins.
In November 2015, Dyer was named as a contestant on the fifteenth series of I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here!.He came fourth on the show after lasting 21 days. He donated his entire fee to the Jude Brady Foundation.He competed in the third series of Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins.
After taking over West Ham in January 2010, David Sullivan revealed the full extent of the club’s debts, which totalled £110 million.Shortly afterwards, in addition to the swingeing cuts being made by vice-chairman Karren Brady, Sullivan suggested that Dyer should follow Dean Ashton into retirement; Sullivan expressed the club’s frustration that Dyer, who was earning £60,000 per week, had only played 18 matches in three years.
In May 2010, figures in The Daily Telegraph stated that Dyer, who had made only 22 appearances and had never played a full 90 minutes for West Ham, was the club’s top earner on £83,000-a-week. His deal included £424,000-a-season for image rights and £100,000 in loyalty fees. Dyer was released by West Ham at the end of the 2010–11 season, after costing the club around £450,000 for every match he played in.