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Josh McQuoid

19

D.O.B.

15 December 1989

Birthplace

Southampton

Height

5 ft 9 in

Position

Striker/Winger

Signed

20th January 2012

Fee

Loan deal

Former Clubs

Bournemouth, Millwall

International

Northern Ireland

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Burnley signed 22 year old Millwall striker, Josh McQuoid on a 93-day loan deal in January 2012.

The Northern Ireland international made his debut coming on from the bench against Derby County at Turf Moor on Saturday 21st January just one day after leaving the New Den to start his loan spell.

McQuoid joined the Cherries as a youth in 2006 to make his senior début in May 2007.Burnley gaffer Eddie Howe was manager of Bournemouth at the time. McQuoid was originally a winger but was converted into a striker by Howe. He is now quite versatile and can play anywhere across the front line as well as out wide.

The Southampton-born forward signed for Millwall on loan in November 2010, and completed his permanent move to the New Den in January 2011 for an undisclosed fee thought to be around £550,000.

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