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Danny Sullivan (Dream Team)

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Danny Sullivan
Personal information
Full name Daniel Anthony Sullivan
Date of birth December 21, 1976
Place of birth London, England
Playing position Midfielder
Club information
Current team
Harchester United
Number 5
Youth career
1986–1994 Leyton Orient
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
2001–2007 Harchester United 200 (18)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

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Danny Sullivan is a fictional footballer on Sky One's television drama Dream Team.

Danny Sullivan was signed to Harchester United in 2000. He progressed through the squad and made his debut on 26 December 2000. His debut was marred by a fight in which Danny had his jaw broken by a punch from Charlton player and future Harchester United team-mate Eugene Rose. He came back into the squad at the start of the next season. He played this year under the name Danny Husbands due to this being his recently deceased mother's maiden name. Danny scored some important goals in his time with the Dragons, including a header in a match against Manchester United in the final game of the 2003/04 season. This goal helped Harchester to Champions League football. Danny then lost all bar two of his team-mates in the dreadful coach explosion after the 2004/05 playoff final victory. Sullivan was made captain under Felix Hahn and was captain as Harchester reached the Carling Cup final, in which Danny scored an own goal to win Chelsea the cup, and also won the FA Cup. Danny was forced to retire due to injury in the 2006/07 injury after an incident in a game while on loan at Southend United. Danny then had a mental breakdown. He was put in jail for five years after it was discovered that he had caused the 'Lair Stadium Fire' under the guise of Dragonslayer, he still failed to prevent Harchester's title win.

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