Craig Curran

    All-time

  • matches played 291
  • goals 67
  • assists 2
  • Last appearance (days ago) 460

With a height of 1.75m, Craig Curran undercuts FC Dundee's mean tallness by 6. Craig Curran had eleven match appearances this season. Back in 2019, English forward Craig Curran's contract with FC Dundee (United Kingdom), the club he is still a member of, took effect. He is NaN years younger than than his team's average age, as he was born on 23.08.1989. He is currently second in group D of League Cup (United Kingdom) and twelfth in Premiership (United Kingdom) with his team FC Dundee.

The longest period that Craig Curran stayed in a team was five years and 5 months in Tranmere Rovers (United Kingdom) The briefest time his spent on a team counts merely two months in Morecambe FC (United Kingdom). He played 286 matches in total and hindermost appeared 36 days ago. On average, he has participated in 13.6 matches per season. Craig Curran is playing as forward in FC Dundee together with Kenny Miller, Cameron Dow, Andrew Nelson, Paul McGowan, Cedwyn Scott, Scott Wright and Andy Dales.

Weighing 163.14lb, he measures 3lb less than the average player on FC Dundee. Concerning the latest matches, his club won in League Cup plus lost in Premiership. Altogether, Craig Curran was substituted in 106 and out 94 times. Currently, he left the pit more than he entered it which is different to last season wherein he did the opposite. The contemporary term does not appear to be his best one yet, as he managed to just score three times (0.27 per match) but failed to help his teammates to do so.

He received 31 penalties throughout his entire career (of which 30 where yellow). This leads to an average of 1.48 cards per season. In the current playtime, he caught 3 yellow cards. Before joining FC Dundee, Craig Curran was engaged in the squads of Morecambe FC, Nuneaton Town FC, Limerick FC, Tranmere Rovers, Ross County FC, Chester FC, Dundee United, Rochdale AFC and Carlisle United. He wears the jerses number 23 strip at FC Dundee. He impressed in League One 10/11 (United Kingdom), reaching his personal record of match appearances as well as goals.

(Last edited May 13, 2019)