Clinton Morrison

Clinton Morrison

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Clinton Hubert Morrison (born 14 May 1979) is an English-born professional footballer who plays for Sheffield Wednesday. Morrison, a forward, plays international football for Ireland due to his grandmother being from Dublin.

Club career

First spell at Crystal Palace

Morrison, initially made his name as a player for Crystal Palace, making his debut on 10 May 1998 as an 82nd minute substitute for team-mate Neil Shipperley, capping his performance with an injury-time winner over opponents Sheffield Wednesday. The next season (1998–99, his first full year-long tenure at the club) was packed with 13 goals, turning Morrison into a light among the darkness for a team who were struggling both on and off the pitch. Whilst Palace were in administration Morrison agreed to play for the club for free.

14 goals during 1999–2000 continued this reputation, as he played more than 30 games, and scored 14 goals, including his only brace of the season at Swindon Town.

His 2000–01 season gave him 14 goals but he really made a mark the following year with 26 goals, and a move to Premier league side Birmingham City capped his season perfectly.

Birmingham City

With a tricky relationship becoming clear between Morrison and Trevor Francis, then Palace manager, it was Birmingham City who fought and won his signature, for £4.25m, in exchange for Andrew Johnson. However, Morrison struggled somewhat more in the top league, scoring only six goals in his first, and four goals in his second...
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