David Dunn

David Dunn

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David Dunn

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David John Ian Dunn (born 27 December 1979 in Great Harwood, Lancashire) is an English footballer who plays as an attacking midfielder for Premier League club Blackburn Rovers.

Club career

Blackburn Rovers

Dunn joined Blackburn Rovers as a trainee at the beginning of 1997 and made his debut during a goalless draw with Everton on September 26, 1998. Dunn came off the bench after 70 minutes, but was taken off again on 81 minutes, due to the sending off of a Blackburn player. Whilst Dunn was a trainee at Blackburn he cleaned former Rovers keeper Christian McCrone's boots.

Dunn's first goal came in a 3–1 victory against Aston Villa on February 26, 1999, but the team was subsequently relegated in this, his first full season.

His best season in a Blackburn shirt would appear to be 2000–01, when he played a big role in helping the club to automatic promotion from Division One. That year saw Blackburn entertain local team Rochdale in the League Cup where Dunn scored a hat-trick from the penalty spot, reported by Sky Sports as a World's First. He reached double figures in terms of goals in 2000, and continued his good form in 2001–02 when the club won the League Cup.

Dunn starred in Rovers return to the Premier League, putting in a string of impressive performances, notably in the 7–1 battering of West Ham United and the thrilling 3–3 draw at Arsenal, where he managed to score two goals, one a last minute equalizer.

Dunn was at one time dubbed "the New Gazza", a...
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