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Nathan Eccleston

England youth international Nathan Eccleston is a fast striker currently learning his trade in the reserves.

Big things are expected of the Manchester-born forward, who scored on his second string debut against Bolton in 2007-08.

The campaign also brought memorable strikes against Wycombe Wanderers in the FA Youth Cup and Manchester United in the Lancashire FA Cup final.

Eccleston was promoted to Melwood full-time ahead of the 2009-10 season.

He made his Liverpool first-team debut as a substitute in a Carling Cup fourth round clash with Arsenal at the Emirates on October 28, 2009.

A first Barclays Premier League appearance followed three days later as Eccleston was handed a late run out in a defeat to Fulham at Craven Cottage.

In January 2010, Eccleston joined League One outfit Huddersfield Town on loan until March.


Player
Nathan Eccleston
Date of Birth
30/12/1990
Place of Birth
England
Signed
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Cost
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Signed From
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Other Teams
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International Side
England
Height
1.78m
Position
Striker
Squad No.
39
Debut
Vs Arsenal 28 Oct 2009
First Goal
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Last Goal
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Total Goals
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