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Clinton Morrison

Number 19

D.O.B.

14/05/1979

Birthplace

London, England

Height

5ft 10in

Weight

10st 0lbs (63.56kg)

Position

Striker

Signed

July 2010

Fee

Free Transfer

Former Clubs

Crystal Palace, Birmingham City, Coventry City

International

Republic of Ireland

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Morrison came through the ranks at Crystal Palace before scoring on his debut against Wednesday in August 1997. He then went on to make 141 appearances scoring 61 goals for Palace before signing for Birmingham for 4.2m in the summer of 2002.

Clinton had a fantastic spell at Birmingham scoring 31 goals in 56 games. In the summer of 2005, he moved back to Palace for 2m. He continued his fine goalscoring form at Palace with 41 goals in 96 appearances.

He went on to play for Coventry, staying for two seasons before signing for Wednesday. The vocal striker was on target in his debut for the Owls at Hillsborough, scoring Wednesday's second goal in the 2-0 win against Dagenham & Redbridge. He brings a wealth of experience to the dressing room.

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