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The striker spent a brief loan spell at the Seaside at the start of last season. In four appearances for the club he scored one goal, though it was a screamer at Ashton Gate in Pool`s memorable 4-2 victory over Bristol City, their first of the season. Interestingly a certain Andy Morrell was making his Pool debut that August day.

Graham went back to his parent club Middlesbrough shortly afterwards having never really had a sustained spell in what was a struggling side at the bottom of League One - how times have changed!

Later that season Danny moved to Carlisle United on loan. He was much more successful with the Cumbrians scoring seven goals in only 11 starts.

Last summer Graham completed a permanent switch to Brunton Park and he has picked up where he left off with 16 goals so far this term as Carlisle go in search of automatic promotion to The Championship.

At 23 -years-old, Carlisle look to have made a sound acquisition, and, although Graham didn`t set the world alight at Bloomfield Road, a decent career in the higher echelons of the football league look to be on the cards for the big striker.




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Writer: TangerineLordy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday April 22 2008

Time: 1:25PM

Your Comments

Thought that he looked a decent player when he was with us, just short on match fitness and playing in a struggling team!
AbelBFC
Glad to see him do well at Carlisle. How we could do with a 16 goals plus striker!!
sandgroanun
A 16 plus goal a season striker would be very nice thankyou.....but thats what everyone wants. 4/5 goals from each team member would do as well.
crossy2425
Think they will come up next season.
BlueAmigo
 

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