Born: 4 May 1982
Where: Reading
Joined Wycombe: March 2004 - from Reading. News archive
Contracted until June 2006. Originally joined on loan in Dec. 2003.
Wycombe Debut: Wycombe 4 Grimsby 1 - 3 Jan 2004 - Div Two
First Wycombe goal: Chesterfield 2 Wycombe 2 - 24 Jan 2004 - Div Two Final Wycombe game: Wycombe 1 North'ton 3 - 5 Nov 2005 - FA Cup
Left Wycombe: Jan 2006 675,000 to Nottingham Forest News archive
Nathan Tyson
Career Details (* loan spell)
Date Club League
Aug99-Mar2004 Reading 9(25) 1 2(4) 0
Aug-Nov2001 Swansea City (*) 7(4) 1 0 0
Mar-Apr2002 Cheltenham Town (*) 1(7) 1 0 0
2003/2004 Wycombe Wanderers(*) 10 3 0 0
2003/2004 Wycombe Wanderers 11 6 0 0
2004/2005 Wycombe Wanderers 40(2) 22 3(2) 0
2005/2006 Wycombe Wanderers 15 11 4 2
Nov05-Dec05 Nottingham Forest (*) 8 2 - -
Career summary at Wycombe up to and including 5th November 2005
87 appearances - 44 goals.
Background: Product of the Reading Youth Academy who played briefly for The Royals First Team during season 1999/2000 before spending loan spells at both Swansea City and Cheltenham Town during the 2001/2 season - helping the latter to gain promotion through the play-offs. Went on to play for the England Under 20 side but seemed to be cast aside at Reading on the arrival of new boss Steve Coppell in September 2003 and eventually joined Wycombe on loan in January 2004. Spent three successful months on loan before Tony Adams managed to secure him on a two year contract at Wycombe. Despite the final fee being undisclosed, it's has since been established that the final total payment to Reading will be in the order of 140,000 paid in instalments, with Reading also getting 25% of any profit made any subsequent sale. The deal also included two of Wanderers' Centre of Excellence players transfering to the Reading Academy. Since his move to Wycombe he has been linked with possible moves to Club's higher in the divisions, including West Brom, Cardiff City, Manchester City and Ipswich Town. With his contract with Wycombe up at the end of the 2005/6 season, those stories only grew in stature as the season progressed, culminating in a loan move to Nottingham Forest announced on Friday 11th November. The deal became permanent in the January 2006 'transfer window' meaning that Tyson finishes with a record of just over a goal every other game during his near two year spell with the Wanderers. Tyson moves to Forest - news archive November 2005
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