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Kieffer Moore

Date of birth:
8th August 1992
Previous clubs:
Cardiff City

Kieffer Moore was the third signing on a notable transfer deadline day for the Cherries in January 2022.

Born in Torquay United, the striker started his career with Truro City, before moving to Dorchester Town in February 2013, finishing the Conference South season with 20 goals to his name.

Having caught the eye of Yeovil Town, the striker put pen-to-paper that summer and went on to make over 50 appearances for the Glovers.

He then had a brief spell with Norwegian club Viking, before returning to English football with Forest Green Rovers.

A loan stint with hometown club Torquay United saw Moore net five goals in four games, grabbing the attention of Championship outfit, Ipswich Town.

After another loan to Rotherham, where he scored a total of 13 goals in 20 matches, and permanent spells with Barnsley and Wigan, the forward signed for Cardiff City in August 2020.

A successful campaign in south Wales saw him be named as the PFA Player of the Month in February after scoring five goals in seven matches. He subsequently picked up the club’s Player of the Year award three months later.

Internationally, Moore received his first call up to the Welsh national team in May 2019, scoring his first goal for his country in the Euro 2020 qualifier against Slovakia.

He went on to represent Rob Page’s side at the Euro Finals, scoring the equaliser in a crucial 1-1 draw with Switzerland in the group stage.

Moore arrived on transfer deadline day in January 2022, signing a three-and-a-half year deal at Vitality Stadium.

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