Luke Moore is an English football player who currently features for the English Premier League club Swansea City. He plays as a forward.
Moore developed at the youth academy of Aston Villa and made his debut for the Villans in 2003. He played for Wycombe Wanderers for the 2003-2004 season and then was drafted into the Aston Villa set-up.
Moore soon became an important part of Aston Villa and exhibited his class and quality from time to time. He scored 14 goals in 87 English Premier League.
Luke Moore was sent on loan to West Bromwich Albion in 2008 and he played 10 matches for them. He was signed by West Brom on a permanent contract in 2008.
However, Moore’s goals dried up at The Hawthorns and he lost his form, eventually being farmed out on loan to Derby County in 2010.
Then in 2011 Swansea came calling and signed the Englishman, who has gone on to play more than 50 Premier League matches for the Welsh club, with whom he won the League Cup in 2013.
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