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Danny Guthrie

Number 20

D.O.B.

18/04/1987

Birthplace

Shrewsbury

Height

5'9

Position

Midfield

Signed

July 2012

Fee

Free transfer

Former Clubs

Liverpool, Southampton (Loan), Bolton (Loan), Newcastle

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The former Manchester United trainee started his professional career at Liverpool and made his competitive first-team debut against Reading in the League Cup in 2006. However, after struggling to get first team football at Anfield, he had loan spells at Southampton and Bolton.

In 2008, Guthrie completed a move to Newcastle United after being rated highly by manager Kevin Keegan. He was a regular in the 2009/10 campaign, but found it hard to solidify a place in the first team ahead of Tiote and Cabaye.

Guthrie was released by Newcastle in the summer of 2012 in an attempt to find first team football. He eventually signed for Reading in July and scored in his second game against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge from a free kick.

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