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Britt Assombalonga

Striker

Games46 Goals15 Assists0
  • Name: Britt Assombalonga
  • D.O.B: 6 Dec 1992

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It was the summer of 2017 when we smashed our transfer record to sign prolific striker Britt from Nottingham Forest - for whom he had scored 30 Championship goals in 47 starts after joining from Peterborough in 2014.

Competition from Premier League clubs was fought off to secure the services of the highly-rated striker, who joined on a four-year contract, in a £15m deal.

Ended his first season with us as top scorer, finding the net 15 times in 47 appearances (34 starts).

Season number two proved equally productive, 16 goals coming from 46 appearances (31 starts) as he again ended the campaign (2018/19) the club's leading scorer.

A DR Congo international who began life with Watford and learned his trade in the lower leagues with Wealdstone, Braintree and Southend before moving to Peterborough.

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