Winston Reid (footballer)

Winston Reid (footballer)

Infobox Football biography
playername = Winston Reid
fullname = Winston Wiremu Reid
height = height|m=1.90
dateofbirth = birth date and age|1988|7|3
cityofbirth =
countryofbirth = New Zealand
currentclub = FC Midtjylland
clubnumber = 29
position = Defender
youthyears =
youthclubs = SUB Sønderborg
FC Midtjylland
years = 2005-present
clubs = FC Midtjylland
caps(goals) = 38 (1)
nationalyears = 2007-present 2008-present
nationalteam = Denmark U-19 Denmark U-21
nationalcaps(goals) = 4 (0) 3 (0)
ntupdate = 9 September 2008

Winston Wiremu Reid (born July 3 1988) is a Danish-New Zealand football player. He plays in the central defence. Born in 1988 he is a very young player, but has already got his debut on the first team in 2005. Recently he got Danish citizenship, and was called up for the under 19 national team, along with other FC Midtjylland players Jesper Weinkouff, Simon Kjær, and Christian Sivebæk.

He is one of the first players to graduate from FCM's football academy, the first of its kind in Denmark. A string of impressive performances has seen him establish himself as a regular in the first team and is considered to be a considerable talent for the future.

External links

* [http://www.fcm.dk/index.php?ID=6&holdID=3&spillerID=38&mode=spillerinfo&topID=5 FC Midtjylland profile]
* [http://www.dbu.dk/lbase/playerInfo.aspx?playerid=5474&teamtypeid=2164#match Danish national team profile]
* [http://resol.dr.dk/sportservice_person.aspx?personid=600882 Career statistics] at Danmarks Radio


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