Real nameDean Saunders
Age55 (Born 21 Jun, 1964)
Height5ft 8in (1.73m)
Weight10st 6lb (66.21kg)
Place of birthSwansea
NationalityWales
  
  

Career

CLUBFROMTOFEELEAGUEFA CUPLGE CUPOTHER
    APPSGLSAPPSGLSAPPSGLSAPPSGLS
Bradford 05 Aug, 99 31 May, 01 Free 32 (12)32 (1)21 (2)13 (0)0
Benfica 08 Dec, 98 05 Aug, 99 £500,000 No appearance data available
Sheff Utd 02 Dec, 97 08 Dec, 98 Free 44 (1)176 (0)24 (0)32 (0)0
Nottm Forest 16 Jul, 96 02 Dec, 97 £1,500,000 39 (4)52 (0)25 (1)20 (0)0
Galatasaray 01 Jul, 95 16 Jul, 96 £2,350,000 21 (6)150 (0)00 (0)00 (0)0
Aston Villa 10 Sep, 92 01 Jul, 95 £2,300,000 115 (1)389 (0)415 (0)78 (0)1
Liverpool 19 Jul, 91 10 Sep, 92 £2,900,000 42 (0)118 (0)25 (0)26 (0)10
Derby 28 Oct, 88 19 Jul, 91 £1,000,000 106 (0)426 (0)012 (0)107 (0)5
Oxford 12 Mar, 87 28 Oct, 88 £60,000 57 (2)222 (0)29 (1)82 (0)1
Brighton 07 Aug, 85 12 Mar, 87 Free 66 (6)217 (0)54 (0)03 (0)0
Cardiff 29 Mar, 85 31 May, 85 Loan 3 (1)00 (0)00 (0)00 (0)0
Swansea 24 Jun, 82 07 Aug, 85 Apprentice 42 (7)121 (0)02 (1)01 (1)0
Totals   £10,610,000 567 (40)18643 (1)1957 (5)3332 (1)17
Goals per Game    0.30 0.43 n/a 0.51

Games played by Dean Saunders in 2000/2001

  GLS  YEL RED 
UEFA Intertoto Cup Su 09Jul 2000Bradford4 - 1Atlantas
UEFA Intertoto Cup Su 16Jul 2000Bradford2 - 0RKC Waalwijk
UEFA Intertoto Cup We 26Jul 2000Zenit1 - 0Bradford
PremiershipSa 21Oct 2000Bradford0 - 2Ipswich
PremiershipSu 29Oct 2000Bradford1 - 1Leeds
English League CupWe 01Nov 2000Newcastle4 - 3Bradford
PremiershipSa 04Nov 2000Charlton2 - 0Bradford
PremiershipSa 11Nov 2000Bradford0 - 1Everton
PremiershipSa 18Nov 2000Derby2 - 0Bradford
PremiershipSa 16Dec 2000Newcastle2 - 1Bradford
PremiershipMo 01Jan 2001Leicester1 - 2Bradford
FA CupMo 08Jan 2001Bradford0 - 1Middlesbrough
PremiershipSa 13Jan 2001Bradford0 - 3Man Utd
PremiershipSu 21Jan 2001Sunderland0 - 0Bradford
PremiershipSa 10Feb 2001Southampton2 - 0Bradford
World CupSa 24Mar 2001Armenia2 - 2Wales
World CupWe 28Mar 2001Wales1 - 1Ukraine
Appearances:17Totals:
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0
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Match in Focus

12:30 Sa 19Oct BT1

Everton v West Ham

Home WinDrawAway Win
Key stats
  • Everton have lost their last four league matches
Expert verdict
Marco Silva is a man under pressure and the Everton manager will come under further scrutiny should his team fail to get a positive result against West Ham. Four consecutive Premier League losses have seen the toiling Toffees slip down to 18th place. The Hammers were made to rue missed chances when they lost 2-1 to Crystal Palace last time out but are eighth in the table on merit and are among the teams vying to gatecrash the top six. Both teams are prone to defensive mistakes so backing a barnstormer of a draw looks value.

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