Date:Friday January 27 2006
Dyer has not featured in Bryan Robson's plans this season and has spent three months on loan at Milwall's London rivals Queens Park Rangers
The 23-year old midfielder has joined Milwall for free but Albion will receive 50% of any future transfer from the London club.
Dyer made his debut for the Baggies in the 2002 League Cup exit at Wigan Athletic but did not really make any impact on the first team until he returned from a loan spell at Kidderminster Harriers the year after.
Dyer made a number of match winning super sub appearances for Albion that season including goals against Ipswich and Crystal Palace helping Albion to promotion.
With promotion to the Premiership Dyer did not really make the step up and spent the final month of the season on loan to Coventry City.
Dyer's last game for Albion was in the FA Cup defeat at Reading.
Good luck Lloyd
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