Valour FC Inks Midfielder
WINNIPEG, MB. - Valour FC today announce the team has signed New Zealand international midfielder Moses Dyer to a contract.
Dyer, 22, joins Valour FC from FlorÃ¸ (3rd tier Norwegian Football League) where he spent the 2019 season, scoring 8 goals and adding 3 assists.
"Moses is a great addition to our attacking lineup for the upcoming season. As a senior international player he is vastly experienced for his age," said Valour FC Head Coach & GM Rob Gale. "He can play in any of the front four positions. He is a robust number 10-style player that dribbles at opponents and makes things happen but can also handle himself physically with equal measure."
In 2014, Dyer signed with New Zealand's Wanderers SC (ASB Premiership), a team that features only players below the age of 20 and specifically designed to groom them for the country's national team. He then signed with Eastern Suburbs (National Premier Leagues Queensland) for the 2016-17 season before joining Northcote City (National Premier League Victoria) temporarily, then returning to Eastern Suburbs.
In 2018, he signed with New Zealand regional club Manukau United and finished the season in Norway with FlorÃ¸.
Internationally, Dyer was a member of the New Zealand U-20 squad at the FIFA U-20 World Cup in 2015. In 2017, he was named captain for the All Whites at the FIFA U-20 World Cup. He has made 11 appearances for the senior team, scoring once.
Birthdate: March 21, 1997
Birthplace: Palmerston North, New Zealand
Nationality: New Zealand
Last club: FlorÃ¸ (3rd tier Norwegian Football League)
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