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Danny Newton

Striker ST (C) - Solihull

Recent Matches & Performances

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The next match which Danny Newton's team, Solihull, are involved in. This includes the date and location of the fixture.

06 Nov, 2021 at The DW Stadium
FA Cup

About Danny Newton

Who is Danny Newton?

Danny Newton is 30-years-old, born on 18 March 1991, and is a professional football player from England. Born in Liverpool, Danny Newton has also played in League Two for Stevenage. He currently plays as a Striker in National League for club Solihull.

What are Danny Newton's last performances?

One of his best performances from last period, was the match against Swansea, played on 09 January 2021 in FA Cup (Round 3). Danny Newton received a match rating from FC of 5.6 for his performance and Stevenage lost the match with a score of 0-2.

One of his least good performances was the match against Swansea, played on 09 January 2021 in FA Cup (Round 3). Danny Newton received a match rating from FC of 5.6 for his performance and Stevenage lost the match with a score of 0-2.

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