David N?Gog is a young striker who signed for Liverpool in July 2008. He is a tall player with lightning speed, and shows great composure in front of goal. David spent his early career with Paris Saint Germain, where he broke into the first team before moving to Anfield. He made his debut for the Reds against Aston Villa at the beginning of 2008-09, but was mostly used as a substitute that season, starting just two Premier League games. Over the next two seasons he continued to be used as an impact player from the bench and although he enjoyed a good start to 2010-11, scoring three times in the early-season Europa League ties and netting the Reds? first Premier League goal of the campaign against Arsenal, he rarely featured in the second half of the season. In August 2011 he left Anfield, signing for Bolton Wanderers. David has represented France at all levels from U16 to U21.
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