Danny Ings

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Danny Ings
Danny Ings Liverpool.jpg
Ings lining up for Liverpool in 2015
Personal information
Full name Daniel William John Ings[1]
Date of birth (1992-07-23) 23 July 1992 (age 27)[2]
Place of birth Winchester, England
Height 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)[3]
Playing position Forward
Club information
Current team
Southampton
Number 9
Youth career
0000–2009 AFC Bournemouth
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
2009–2011 AFC Bournemouth 27 (7)
2010Dorchester Town (loan) 9 (4)
2011–2015 Burnley 122 (38)
2015–2019 Liverpool 14 (3)
2018–2019Southampton (loan) 24 (7)
2019– Southampton 2 (1)
National team
2013–2015 England U21 13 (4)
2015– England 1 (0)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 13:24, 17 August 2019 (UTC)
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 23:58, 8 January 2019 (UTC)

Daniel William John Ings (born 23 July 1992) is an English professional footballer who plays as a forward for Southampton and the England national team.

Ings started his career in the youth team of Southampton but was released as a schoolboy. He subsequently joined AFC Bournemouth, progressing through their youth system, while also spending time at Dorchester Town on loan. In 2011 Ings joined Burnley with whom he won the 2013–14 Championship Player of the Year, and helped them achieve promotion to the Premier League. Following Burnley's relegation, and the expiry of his contract with the club, Ings moved to Liverpool in the summer of 2015, but his first season at Anfield was ended after two months due to injury. His second season with Liverpool was also mired by injury, with Ings only making two League Cup appearances throughout the 2016–17 season. Ings joined Southampton on loan in August 2018, with his move made permanent on 1 July 2019 following an obligation to buy clause in his contract.

Formerly an under-21 international, Ings made his senior debut for England in October 2015.

Club career[edit]

Early career[edit]

Ings was born in Winchester, Hampshire and grew up in Netley, Hampshire.[2] As a child he attended Netley Abbey Primary School and Hamble Community Sports College. Ings dreamed of playing for local club Southampton, but was rejected for being too small.[4] He signed for Southampton from Netley Central Sports, before being released as a school boy.[5] After his release, Ings played for Itchen Tyro.

AFC Bournemouth[edit]

He signed a two-year apprentice contract with AFC Bournemouth in May 2008, having progressed through the club's Centre of Excellence while he was still at secondary school at Hamble Community Sports College.[6] He had also previously had experience playing for the reserve team.[6] He made his professional debut for Bournemouth on 6 October 2009, in a 2–1 away defeat to Northampton Town in the Football League Trophy, replacing Jason Tindall in the second half as a substitute.[7] His second season in the youth team was blighted by a long-term abdominal injury, which restricted his playing time.[8] He remained with the youth team until the summer of 2010, when he signed a short-term three-month contract.[9] He extended his contract in September 2010, until the end of the 2010–11 campaign.[5]

In September 2010, he was sent on an initial one-month loan to Conference South club Dorchester Town.[10] His debut for the Magpies came on 11 September 2010, scoring the equaliser in a 2–1 home defeat to Ebbsfleet United.[11] His second goal for Dorchester came on 24 September, scoring a penalty in a 4–1 win over Mangotsfield United in the FA Cup.[12] On 6 October, his loan was extended for a further month.[13] His next goal came in a 4–1 defeat to Havant & Waterlooville as the Magpies were knocked out of the FA Cup.[14] On 16 October, he scored the second in a 2–0 league win over Lewes, after coming on as a late substitute for Giuseppe Sole.[15] He got his fifth goal in a 2–1 away win over Staines Town, scoring the opener.[16] His first goal in November came in a 2–1 home defeat to Maidenhead United, which ended an unbeaten run of six matches.[17] On 12 November 2010, his loan was extended for a third time for an additional month.[18] He scored the second in a 3–1 win over Weston-super-Mare in the FA Trophy to help them progress to the next round.[19] On 23 November, his spell at Dorchester was cut short as he was recalled from his loan by Bournemouth due to an injury crisis at the club.[20]

On 30 November, he signed a new contract extension which lasted until 2012.[21] He made his league debut and first start for Bournemouth on 28 December 2010, in a 2–0 away defeat to Milton Keynes Dons in League One, where he was substituted off in the first half for Steve Fletcher.[22] He started to become a first-team regular and scored his first professional goal against Swindon Town on 1 February 2011, in a 3–2 win at Dean Court.[23] His form saw him rewarded with a new contract extension, lasting until 2013.[5] On 26 February 2011, he scored a header to equalise in 2–1 win away at Dagenham & Redbridge in the league.[24] On 1 April he added to his tally with a goal against Peterborough United in a 3–3 draw.[25] He went through a rich vein of goalscoring from in April, scoring four goals in three matches. He scored an overhead kick to equalise in the last minute against Tranmere Rovers, however, the Cherries went on to lose the match 2–1.[26] He also scored in a 2–0 away victory over Notts County.[27] He scored his first brace in a 2–2 draw with Yeovil Town, including one penalty.[28] His final goal for Bournemouth came in the last match of the season, in the play-off semi-final defeat to Huddersfield Town, as Bournemouth were knocked out on penalties.[29]

In the summer of 2011, he was linked with reported moves away from Bournemouth with Celtic, Liverpool and Newcastle United.[5] Premier League club Fulham also had a £400,000 bid rejected by the club.[5] In July 2011, he was rewarded with his fifth contract in twelve months, improving his deal to be one of the top earners at the club.[5] He remained at the club through pre-season and started in the first match of the season in a 3–0 away defeat to Charlton Athletic. It proved to be his final appearance for the club.[30]

Burnley[edit]

Ings playing for Burnley in 2012

On 15 August 2011, Ings signed for Championship club Burnley for an undisclosed fee believed to be in the region of £1 million, on a four-year contract.[31] He rejoined former Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe who had made the same move eight months earlier.

He made his debut on 14 February 2012, in a 2–0 win over Barnsley at Turf Moor, where he came on as a late substitute for Charlie Austin.[32] His first start came a month later on 10 March 2012, in a 1–1 home draw with Crystal Palace in the league.[33] His first goal for Burnley came on 31 March, in a 5–1 win against Portsmouth at Fratton Park.[34] His second goal came in the following match, where he scored the equaliser in a 3–1 defeat to Birmingham City.[35] He scored his third goal of the season in the final match of the season, a 30-yard strike in a 1–1 home draw with Bristol City.[36]

He started the 2012–13 season as a first choice regular in pre-season following the sale of striker Jay Rodriguez to Southampton. He scored in friendly wins over Altrincham and Bury.[37][38] He suffered another serious knee injury in the final pre-season match, a 3–1 defeat to Rochdale. He tore the knee cartilage in the opposite knee to the previous season which resulted in surgery, keeping him out of action for up to six months.[39]

Following the departure of top-scorer Charlie Austin to Queens Park Rangers, Ings became the main striker ahead of the 2013–14 season.[40] He put together a string of impressive performances in the Clarets' pre-season campaign and scored two goals in the opening three league matches as well as a goal in the League Cup against York City.[41] For his continued good start to the season Ings was named the Championship Player of the Month for October.[42]

In March 2014, Ings won Championship Player of the Year at the Football League Awards, ahead of the two other nominees: Leeds United striker Ross McCormack and Leicester City midfielder Danny Drinkwater.[43] He ended the 2013–14 Championship season with 22 goals as Burnley finished second and gained promotion to the Premier League.[44]

On 19 August 2014, Ings made his Premier League debut in a 3–1 loss to Chelsea at Turf Moor.[45] His first Premier League goal came in a 1–3 defeat to Everton on 26 October.[46]

On 22 November 2014, Ings scored both of Burnley's goals in a 2–1 win at Stoke City for their first away win of the Premier League season, his two goals coming in the space of two minutes.[47] He made his 100th league appearance for Burnley in a 1–0 win against Southampton on 13 December.[48]

Ings playing for Burnley in 2015

During January and February 2015, Ings scored five goals in six Premier League matches, helping the team to achieve draws with Newcastle United and West Bromwich Albion, and defeat Queens Park Rangers.[49] In May, he scored the winning goal in 1–0 victories over Hull City and Aston Villa respectively to end the season with 11 goals from 35 league appearances.[50]

Liverpool[edit]

On 8 June 2015, Liverpool announced that they had agreed on personal terms with Ings, subject to a medical,[51] as well as a developmental fee due to Burnley for players under 24, to be negotiated between two clubs or determined by a tribunal.[52] Under tribunal the fee would be decided by the Professional Football Compensation Committee.[53] On 28 April 2016, the saga was finally settled. Liverpool would pay Burnley a record fee for a tribunal hearing: £6.5 million up front, with an extra £1.5 million in player performance-related bonuses. Burnley will also receive 20% of any future fee should Liverpool sell the striker.[54]

Ings made his competitive debut on 29 August 2015 in a 3–0 defeat against West Ham at Anfield.[55] He made his European debut for the club on 17 September in the UEFA Europa League group stage match against Bordeaux, as a substitute for Divock Origi in a 1–1 draw.[56] Three days later, he replaced Christian Benteke at half time and within three minutes scored his first Liverpool goal in a 1–1 draw against Norwich City.[57] On 4 October 2015, he opened a draw of the same score against Everton in the Merseyside derby.[58]

On 15 October 2015, in his first training session under new manager Jürgen Klopp, Ings suffered an anterior cruciate ligament injury in his left knee and was ruled out for the remainder of the season.[59] However, Ings returned sooner than anticipated, making a substitute appearance in the final match of the season, a 1–1 draw away to West Bromwich Albion.[60] Ings began the 2016–17 season playing in the reserves to help regain fitness. On 25 October 2016, Ings sustained damage to his right knee in a League Cup match against Tottenham Hotspur that would require another spell on the sidelines of up to 9 months.[61] He successfully underwent surgery to repair the damage to his knee and began rehabilitation at Melwood on 9 November.[62]

On 19 September 2017, Ings made his first appearance in 11 months since the injury when he came on as a second-half substitute in the 2–0 defeat to Leicester City in the EFL Cup.[63] On 21 April 2018, he scored his first goal after his return from injury in a 2–2 draw with West Brom. This was his first goal since 2015 and also his first goal under Jürgen Klopp.[64]

Southampton[edit]

Ings playing for Southampton in 2018

After struggling playing time in the 2017–18 season due to the form of attackers Roberto Firmino, Mohamed Salah, and Sadio Mané, Ings requested a move away from Liverpool in the summer of 2018. Ings was a popular figure in the dressing room and Jurgen Klopp was reluctant to let him leave in spite of his limited appearances in the previous season.[65] Ings joined Premier League club Southampton on 9 August 2018 on an initial loan until the end of the season, which would become permanent on 1 July 2019,[66] for a reported fee of £18 million, plus a possible further £2 million based on appearances.[67] On 12 August, he made his debut as a second-half substitute in a goalless draw with former club Burnley.[68] He then scored on his first start five days later in a 2–1 defeat to Everton before netting the opening goal in Southampton's 2–0 win over Crystal Palace at the start of the following month, helping the club to their first win of the campaign.[69][70]

On 1 July 2019, the transfer to Southampton was made permanent.[71]

International career[edit]

On 3 October 2013, Ings received his first international call-up to the England national under-21 team by manager Gareth Southgate.[72] He made his debut a week later as a substitute in a 4–0 win away to San Marino.[73] He won his second cap in the reverse fixture on 19 November, and scored twice as England won 9–0 against San Marino at the New Meadow.[74] He earned 13 caps and scored four goals for the under-21s from 2013 to 2015.[75]

On 1 October 2015, Ings received his first international call-up to the full England national team from manager Roy Hodgson, for the final UEFA Euro 2016 qualifying matches against Estonia and Lithuania.[76] He made his debut in the latter match on 12 October, replacing Harry Kane after 59 minutes of an eventual 3–0 win in Vilnius.[77]

Personal life[edit]

Off the field, Ings has gained a reputation for charitable acts.[78] In November 2014, he launched and funded the Danny Ings Disability Sport Project to provide football coaching to children with disabilities and learning difficulties after being inspired to do so by a young disabled Burnley fan.[79] His father Shayne Ings initially played as a winger and then as a full back for Hampshire-based Netley Central Sports. Ings' father still works as a self-employed bricklayer and the family still live in the same house in Netley.[4]

Career statistics[edit]

Club[edit]

As of match played 12 May 2019
Appearances and goals by club, season and competition
Club Season League FA Cup League Cup Other Total
Division Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
AFC Bournemouth 2009–10[80] League Two 0 0 0 0 0 0 1[a] 0 1 0
2010–11[81] League One 26 7 0 0 2[b] 1 28 8
2011–12[82] League One 1 0 0 0 1 0
Total 27 7 0 0 0 0 3 1 30 8
Dorchester Town (loan) 2010–11[83] Conference South 9 4 2 2 2[c] 1 13 7
Burnley 2011–12[82] Championship 15 3 0 0 0 0 15 3
2012–13[84] Championship 32 3 1 0 0 0 33 3
2013–14[85] Championship 40 21 1 1 4 4 45 26
2014–15[86] Premier League 35 11 1 0 1 0 37 11
Total 122 38 3 1 5 4 130 43
Liverpool 2015–16[87] Premier League 6 2 0 0 1 1 2[d] 0 9 3
2016–17[88] Premier League 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 0
2017–18[89] Premier League 8 1 1 0 1 0 4[e] 0 14 1
Total 14 3 1 0 4 1 6 0 25 4
Southampton (loan) 2018–19[90] Premier League 24 7 0 0 1 1 25 8
Career total 196 59 6 3 10 6 11 2 223 70
  1. ^ Appearance in Football League Trophy
  2. ^ Appearances in League One play-offs
  3. ^ One appearance and one goal in FA Trophy, one appearance in Dorset Senior Cup
  4. ^ Appearances in UEFA Europa League
  5. ^ Appearances in UEFA Champions League

International[edit]

As of match played 12 October 2015[91]
Appearances and goals by national team and year
National team Year Apps Goals
England 2015 1 0
Total 1 0

Honours[edit]

Burnley

Individual

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