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Lloyd Dyer




Date of birth



173 cm





Lloyd's experience and pace on the left-hand side of midfield was a crucial feature of Albion's maiden Championship campaign, the winger chipping in with a number of vital goals throughout the season to finish as second top scorer.

Originally on the books of Aston Villa it was at West Bromwich Albion that Lloyd made his breakthrough after signing for the Baggies in 2001. Loan spells at Kidderminster Harriers, Coventry City and QPR enabled him to build up his experience and he was then a part of the Albion squad that won promotion to the Premier League in 2004.

After loan spells with Millwall and MK Dons Lloyd became a hugely popular figure at Leicester City during a six-year spell with the club winning promotion from League One and the Championship. In fact it was Lloyds goal for the Foxes against Bolton Wanderers that clinched the Championship title in 2014.

Following promotion Lloyd opted to join Watford and after initially proving a success a change in management left him on the fringes of the side and eventually seeking opportunities away from Vicarage Road.

A loan spell with Birmingham City provided first team football and the chance of a move to Burnley in February 2016 on a short term deal.

On his release from Turf Moor it was Albion who offered him a return to the Championship and after a successful first campaign with the Brewers Lloyd penned a new one year deal in the summer.