24 Facts About Danny Webber


Daniel Vaughn Webber was born on 28 December 1981 and is an English former professional football striker.


Three years later, after scoring 20 goals in 107 league appearances for the Blades, Danny Webber's contract was allowed to expire and he was released from the club.


Danny Webber then joined Portsmouth for an injury-plagued two-year spell.


Danny Webber signed a short-term deal with Leeds United in February 2012 and, after being released at the end of the season, was left with no club until he joined Doncaster Rovers in March 2013 on non-contract terms.


Danny Webber made his first appearances for the reserve team during that season, playing in matches against Bradford City, Newcastle United and Manchester City.


Danny Webber made a second appearance for Manchester United in the League Cup in November 2001, and then joined Port Vale on a one-month loan.


Danny Webber made five appearances for Port Vale, returning to Manchester United at the end of his loan spell as he felt that the departure of Andy Cole from the club at the end of December 2001 would enhance his first team opportunities.

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Danny Webber did not break into the first team and in March 2002, he joined First Division club Watford on loan for the rest of the season, where he scored two goals in five League appearances.


Danny Webber made a third appearance for Manchester United as a substitute in the Champions League match against Deportivo de La Coruna in March 2003.


Danny Webber joined Watford on a three-year contract in the summer of 2003.


Webber initially joined Sheffield United on loan in March 2005 with Danny Cullip moving in the opposite direction.


Danny Webber was courted by numerous clubs in the summer, and was closely linked with Crystal Palace before Palace manager Neil Warnock stated that "it looks as if Danny will be going to Middlesbrough, it's difficult for us to compete with their money".


In September 2009, Danny Webber signed for Portsmouth who were looking for attacking options.


Danny Webber signed outside the transfer window as he was a free agent.


Danny Webber was ruled out for the remainder of the season after rupturing cruciate ligaments in a game against Tottenham Hotspur two months later.


Danny Webber received a runners-up medal for the 2010 FA Cup Final defeat to Chelsea, though he was unable to take part in the final itself.


Danny Webber's contract was not renewed at the end of the season.


In February 2012, Danny Webber joined Birmingham City on trial with a view to signing a permanent contract.


On 2 May 2012, Danny Webber was told that his contract would not be renewed and that he was free to find another club.


Danny Webber went on trial at Brian Flynn's Doncaster Rovers in March 2013 and signed on a non-contractual basis shortly after.


Danny Webber signed a one-year contract with League Two club Accrington Stanley in July 2013; he joined Stanley after being attracted to the club by manager James Beattie, his former teammate at Sheffield United.


Danny Webber signed with Northern Premier League Division One North club Salford City in August 2014.


Danny Webber announced his retirement in July 2016, so as to focus his life on his family and his work for a football agency company.


Danny Webber played five times for England at under-20 level in 2002.