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Ryan Fraser

Position:
Midfielder
Date of birth:
24th February 1994
Nationality:
Scotland
Height:
163
Date signed:
20th August 2016
Debut:
-
Previous clubs:
-

Ryan Fraser was the name on many of the Cherries fans lips last season after the ‘Wee Man’ made his Premier League breakthrough, amassing 29 appearances.

The Scottish winger came through the youth academy at Aberdeen and made 22 appearances for the senior team from 2010-2013 before signing for Bournemouth.

During his first season at the club Fraser helped the Cherries gain promotion to the Championship and after two years in the second tier, the diminutive wide man moved to Ipswich Town on loan in 2015/16.

Fraser heralds his time with the Tractor Boys as one that helped him massively get to where he is now, as he made 18 appearances and scored four goals.

Eddie Howe rewarded Fraser’s loan performances with his first Premier League minutes last season, where he made his top flight debut against West Ham United in August 2016.

The Scot caught the national headlines after he came on as a half time substitute to turn the Cherries fortunes around in the home game against Liverpool, winning the penalty for the first goal, scoring the second and providing an assist for the third goal in the Cherries' famous 4-3 comeback win.

Fraser’s performances also were noticed by Scotland manager Gordon Strachan, who called the winger up to the senior Scotland squad in March 2017, before he made his senior debut against England in the dramatic 2-2 draw at Hampden Park.

HOME KIT SPONSOR: Bournemouth White Lining

AWAY KIT SPONSOR: Kingren Groundworks & Construction Ltd. 

Stats

2016/17 First Team Appearances
8
Started
7
Substitute
1
Yellow Cards
0
Red Cards
0

Defence

    Tackles
    2
    Tackle Success
    15%
    Blocks
    0
    Interceptions
    1
    Fouls
    1
    Balls recovered
    12

Attack

Goals
1
Assists
1
Big Chances
0
Left Foot
0
Right Foot
1
Head
0
Penalty
0
Shots on Target
6
Shots off Target
1
Blocks
0

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