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Cauley Woodrow - All you need to know

Cauley Woodrow has become the club’s fifth signing of the summer transfer window.

The England Under-21 international arrives on a season-long loan from Fulha,.

Woodrow could now make his debut against Millwall on Saturday – so for fans who want to know a little more about the forward, here’s a handy guide.

CAULEY WOODROW

Born: December 2nd 1994 (age 22).

Place of Birth: Hemel Hempstead.

Position: Forward.

Previous professional clubs: Luton Town, Fulham, Southend United (loan), Burton Albion (loan).

Career totals: 102 appearances, 21 goals.

International football: England Under-17s, England Under-19s and England Under-21s.

Highest transfer fee paid: Fulham signed Woodrow for an undisclosed six-figure fee in 2011, which was set to rise to seven figures.

Did you know: Woodrow had a penalty saved by Ivan Lucic when facing City in the EFL Cup last season at Craven Cottage.

 

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