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7 September 1988
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Craig Anthony Lindfield (born 7 September 1988) is an English striker who played Liverpool from 2006 until the summer of 2009. Lindfield moved to Macclesfield Town on a short-term contract.
Having been a part of Liverpool's academy since 1996, Lindfield was promoted to the first team in the summer of 2006 after impressing in the 2006 FA Youth Cup winning squad where he scored seven goals. This scoring rate led to him being dubbed as the next Robbie Fowler.
His career at Liverpool never really managed to materialise, and he was resigned to four loan spells; with Notts County, Chester, Bournemouth and Accrington. His contract was terminated by mutual consent on 11 August 2009, after he had a double hernia operation - bringing his Liverpool career to a close.
- Craig Lindfield career stats at Soccerbase