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Daniėl de Ridder

18

D.O.B.

March 6th 1984

Birthplace

Amsterdam, Holland

Height

5'11

Weight

10st 12lb

Nickname

Dan

Position

Midfioeld

Signed

July 1st 2008

Fee

Free

Former Clubs

Ajax, Celta Vigo, Birmigham City

International

Holland under 21

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Wigan Athletic manager Steve Bruce made former Birmingham City and Celta Vigo winger Daniel de Ridder his first signing of the summer of 2008.

The 24-year-old Dutchman penned a three-year deal at the JJB after the former Ajax youngster was released from his contract at Birmigham following their relegation from the Premier League.

De Ridder made his Ajax debut in January 2004 and made 30 league appearances for the Amsterdam-based club before moving to Spain three years ago.

He spent most of his time in Spain on the substitute's bench though, starting only ten games in his two seasons with the club.

De Ridder starred for the Netherlands Under-21 team during the 2007 European Championship and helped his team to victory.

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