former Swansea City and Leicester City winger Nathan Dyer have announced their retirement from football.
Dier started his career in Southampton and spent 10 years on the youth team before winning his first professional contract in 2005. He became a regular on St. Mary’s first team after having a short but successful loan spell at Burnley.
After two seasons of limited play time, the British had a loan with Sheffield United in Swansea City. Swansea City later joined permanently. It was in Wales that he spent most of his career.
In his second full season at Swan, he was an important part of Brendan Rodgers’ side, Premier League.. When Welsh Club reached top flight for the first time in 28 years, Dier played all 46 league games and all three playoff matches.
Winger continued to make an impression in the Premier League, scoring five times in 34 games in the 2011/12 season, including a strike that dramatically defeated Arsenal 3-2. His ferocious pace and tricks proved to be a handful for enemy defenders.
The following year featured what was arguably the highlight of his career. Faced League Two Bradford City in 2013 League cup Finally, when Swansea won the first major trophy in history, Dier got a brace.
But this wasn’t the only major part of the silverware that won in his 33-year-old career. He lent the 2015/16 campaign in Leicester City and was part of Claudio Ranieri’s miraculous title-winning team. He made a total of 12 appearances and scored one goal. This is the second half winner who defeated Aston Villa 3-2.
Dier has been lacking a club since 2020 and has decided to spend more time in his playing career. He will begin working with young players on the spiritual challenges of professional football.
Talk to Sky sports Regarding his decision, Dier said: But other than that, I’m very happy to be able to look back on my career so far.
“I was fortunate to have Cyrille Regis as a mentor when I was young. He helped me a lot with many highs and lows. I had a few hardships, and he He always leaned over and gave me some advice.
“I’m going to work with my agency. That’s what I’m looking forward to. Helping a young boy obviously has a lot of distractions and football pressure-I’ve experienced it a lot. So I can help. “
– Soccer Sports
Former Swansea and Leicester winger Nathan Dyer announces retirement from football
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