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Born: 20 October 1993
Joined Wycombe: July 2016 - Free from Boston United.|
Wycombe Debut: Crawley 0 Wycombe 0 - 6 Aug 2016 - League Two
First Wycombe goal: Wycombe 1 Stevenage 0 - 17 Sep 2016 - League Two
Final Wycombe game: Wycombe 1 Chesterfield 0 - 16 Dec 2017 - League Two
Left Wycombe: 9 Jan 2018 - 'undislosed fee' to Guiseley
Career summary at Wycombe:
No apps before 2016/17
Signing announced on 21st June 2016 - Wanderers first of the close season. A prolific scorer from 'Conference' North side Boston United. The 22 year old joined The Pilgrims in the summer of 2014 following his release from Grimsby Town and went on to score 30 goals during the 2014/15 campaign, followed by 24 in 2015/16, despite being missing 10 games through injury. He was also named in the Conference North Team of the Year for those two seasons. Joined Wycombe on a two year deal running until June 2018.
Commenting on the singing, Manager Gareth Ainsworth said: "Dayle is a player whoís been on our radar for some time and Iím thrilled to be able to bring him here. There were a lot of clubs looking at him but we know we can offer him a real opportunity to make his name in the EFL and develop his potential even further. Heís a physical striker who knows where the goal is and Iím confident that his all-round play will benefit us. Itís a great step up for Dayle and I think he could prove to be a really exciting signing for us."
Had an injury hit first season with Wanderers, while also struggling to break into a regular First Team start. Was eventually loaned out to 'National League' high-flyers Lincoln City in February 2017, making three appearances, including a substitute appearance in their FA Cup tie.
Revealed on 8 January 2018 that the the 24 year old had left Wanderers for an 'undisclosed fee' to join 'National League' side Guisley. Commenting on the decision to release the player, Gareth Ainsworth said: "I had high hopes for Dayle when he came here and unfortunately it just hasnít worked out how we would have wanted. Nobody could ever fault Dayleís effort and dedication because he worked his socks off in every training session and every game he played, but he hasnít been able to force his way into the starting line-up regularly enough." The Wycombe Manager added: ďHeís a great lad and Iím sure heíll benefit from regular football at Guiseley. We wish him all the best for the future."
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