- matches played 355
- goals 8
- assists 10
- Last appearance (days ago) 191
Since Nathaniel Clyne came into world in 1991, to be more precise April 5th, the defender is NaN years younger than AFC Bournemouth's average player. With a height of 1.75m, Nathaniel Clyne undercuts AFC Bournemouth's mean tallness by 6. At present, AFC Bournemouth is in Premier League (United Kingdom) they are in 13th place. He played 20 matches this season. In terms of preferred feet, Nathaniel Clyne is a right footer, like 79% of AFC Bournemouth. The English defender Nathaniel Clyne joined his current team, AFC Bournemouth (United Kingdom), in July 2015.
His squad lost 50% (60% home) in Premier League. The highest win streak of the last 5 matches counts 2. He weighs 67kg which is 11kg less than his team's average heftiness. Nathaniel Clyne reached the 353 appearances milestone as a professionl, the last one being eleven days ago. Besides playing for AFC Bournemouth, Nathaniel Clyne additionally is a member of Liverpool FC. He plays with the jersey number 23. Before joining AFC Bournemouth, he impressed at Southampton FC and Crystal Palace.
Nathaniel Clyne's record stay with a club is Crystal Palace (United Kingdom) with three years and 11 months. While being substituted more out than in this season, the contrary occured the year before. However, he shows 17 out and 19 in substitutions in total. When it comes to unfortunate moments, he scored once in the wrong net since becoming professional. This was in Premier League 12/13 (United Kingdom) with Southampton FC. Nathaniel Clyne's shortest stay in a club has been five months in his present-day squad.
Already 39 times a card was given to him in his tenure. He completes AFC Bournemouth's defensive department, alongside players like Simon Francis, Chris Mepham, Adam Smith, Jack Simpson, Nathan Ake, Steve Cook, Diego Rico Salguero and Charlie Daniels. Premier League 14/15 (United Kingdom) has been Nathaniel Clyne's best season so far since he scored his personal highest amount of goals. He played for four other professional teams.
(Last edited May 9, 2019)