Injury-prone Dyer started at Ipswich and went on to play for England, Newcastle, West Ham, QPR and finally Boro during the second half of last season.
He moved to Newcastle for £6.5 million in the summer of 1999, and he broke into the England team while at St James’s Park and went on to win 33 caps, featuring in the 2002 World Cup as a sub on three occasions and briefly at Euro 2004.
However, Dyer’s career was hampered by a succession of injuries, and although his fabulous ability was never really in doubt, his career could have been far better.
Motherwell (A) July 16
Rio Ave (A) July 20
Pacos Ferreira (A) July 23
Blackpool (A) July 29
St Mirren (A) July 31
Braga (H) August 10
WE TELL IT AS IT IS - NO BULLSHIT!
Follow Newcastle Utd-Mad on Facebook:-
NEWCASTLE UNITED FIXTURES ...
Saturday August 17
15:00Premier League Manchester City v Newcastle United
Saturday August 24
15:00Premier League Newcastle United v West Ham United
Saturday August 31
15:00Premier League Newcastle United v Fulham Saturday
15:00Premier League Aston Villa v Newcastle United
Saturday September 21
15:00Premier League Newcastle United v Hull City
Saturday September 28
15:00Premier League Everton Newcastle v United
Saturday October 5
15:00Premier League Cardiff City v Newcastle United
Saturday October 19
15:00Premier League Newcastle United v Liverpool
Saturday October 26
15:00Premier League Sunderland v Newcastle United
Saturday November 2