Real nameDavid Dunn
Age38 (Born 27 Dec, 1979)
Height5ft 1in (1.55m)
Weight12st 2lb (77.1kg)
Place of birthBlackburn


Oldham 30 Jul, 15 01 Jun, 16 Free 4 (4)00 (0)00 (1)00 (0)0
Blackburn 17 Jan, 07 30 Jul, 15 £2,200,000 121 (59)207 (4)010 (2)15 (1)0
Birmingham 03 Jul, 03 17 Jan, 07 £5,500,000 46 (12)75 (1)12 (3)00 (0)0
Blackburn 01 Aug, 97 03 Jul, 03 Trainee 120 (15)3011 (2)314 (3)53 (1)0
Totals   £7,700,000 291 (90)5723 (7)426 (9)68 (2)0
Goals per Game    0.14 0.13 n/a 0

Games played by David Dunn in 2009/2010

Carling CupTu 25Aug 2009Gillingham1 - 3Blackburn
1 goal1
Premier LeagueSa 29Aug 2009Blackburn0 - 0West Ham
Premier LeagueSa 12Sep 2009Blackburn3 - 1Wolves
1 goal1
Premier LeagueSu 20Sep 2009Everton3 - 0Blackburn
Premier LeagueSa 26Sep 2009Blackburn2 - 1Aston Villa
1 goal1
Premier LeagueSu 04Oct 2009Arsenal6 - 2Blackburn
1 goal1
Premier LeagueSu 18Oct 2009Blackburn3 - 2Burnley
1 goal1
Carling CupTu 27Oct 2009Blackburn5 - 2Peterborough
Premier LeagueSa 31Oct 2009Man Utd2 - 0Blackburn
Premier LeagueSa 07Nov 2009Blackburn3 - 1Portsmouth
Premier LeagueSu 22Nov 2009Bolton0 - 2Blackburn
1 goal1
Premier LeagueWe 25Nov 2009Fulham3 - 0Blackburn
Premier LeagueSa 28Nov 2009Blackburn0 - 0Stoke
English FA CupSa 02Jan 2010Aston Villa3 - 1Blackburn
Premier LeagueMo 11Jan 2010Man City4 - 1Blackburn
Carling CupTh 14Jan 2010Blackburn0 - 1Aston Villa
Carling CupWe 20Jan 2010Aston Villa6 - 4Blackburn
Premier LeagueSu 21Feb 2010Blackburn3 - 0Bolton
Premier LeagueSa 13Mar 2010Tottenham3 - 1Blackburn
Premier LeagueSu 21Mar 2010Blackburn1 - 1Chelsea
Premier LeagueWe 24Mar 2010Blackburn2 - 1Birmingham
2 goals2
Premier LeagueSu 28Mar 2010Burnley0 - 1Blackburn
1 goal1
Premier LeagueSa 03Apr 2010Portsmouth0 - 0Blackburn
Premier LeagueSu 11Apr 2010Blackburn0 - 0Man Utd
Premier LeagueSa 17Apr 2010Blackburn2 - 3Everton
Premier LeagueSa 24Apr 2010Wolves1 - 1Blackburn
Premier LeagueMo 03May 2010Blackburn2 - 1Arsenal
1 goal1
Premier LeagueSu 09May 2010Aston Villa0 - 1Blackburn


Match in Focus


England v Croatia

Home WinDrawAway Win
Key stats
  • England have won four of their last five home matches
Expert verdict
This World Cup semi-final rematch is about much more than revenge for England with both teams knowing a Wembley win will take them through to next summer's Nations League knockout phase. England look to have stepped up a gear since last summer's World Cup loss to Croatia, beating Spain in Seville, and can continue their upward trajectory.


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