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Danny Ings

Number 10

D.O.B.

16 March 1992

Birthplace

Winchester, England

Height

5 ft 10 in

Position

Striker

Signed

15th August 2011

Fee

Undisclosed

Former Clubs

Bournemouth, Dorchester Town (loan)

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Ings impressed during a loan spell at local non-league club, Dorchester Town before making his league debut for the Cherries at Milton Keynes Dons in December 2010.

He finally established himself at Dean Court in the 2010-11 season scoring 8 goals in 28 appearances.

The striker is also quite versatile and can also play a midfield role if required.

Ings joined the Clarets from Bournemouth in August 2011 for an undisclosed fee after agreeing a four-year contract. It is thought a fee of 1 million may have been involved.

Burnley manager Eddie Howe of course was already familiar with Ings having been his boss at Dean Court and indeed he nurtured the player seeing him come through the Cherries youth system.

The unlucky striker picked up a cartilage injury in training before the start of the 2011-12 season and did not make his debut until the night of Tuesday 14th February when he came on from the bench in the home game against Barnsley.

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