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fraserb last won the day on December 18 2010

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  1. That would be good to see the video mate, I reckon Ederson will be the starter
  2. I dont think the way he's going Hart will be England's number 1 mate.
  3. Wyatt's 2017-2018 Season

    Wow it really sounds like Wyatt is going from strength to strength, hopefully a future star in the making. Keep it up
  4. Bucks Returns

    Well done on the last game before Xmas, I played Monday night and managed to get injured after a wee scrote stamped my ankle late. It's up like a balloon now.
  5. Handanovic has just switched to Reusch mate
  6. Transfer News

    Don’t understand folk like that, going to Newcastle he’d be busy so a chance to showcase himself whether that be for a move or to displace Navas
  7. Bucks Returns

    So drop a size in these then?
  8. Transfer News

    If he did it would only be a loan deal
  9. Transfer News

    Newcastle United's goalkeeper search - four names Rafa Benitez may target With the January transfer window approaching will Rafa Benitez go back in for a goalkeeper? Rafa Benitez will hoping that the January transfer window brings him the goalkeeper that he was not given in the summer. The Newcastle United manager was keen to bring in an experienced goalkeeper to help the Magpies’ battle against the drop, but was left frustrated as attempts to sign a new shot-stopper failed. Rob Elliot started the season in goal but was dropped for the game against West Brom as Karl Darlow , who played for most of the Championship title-winning season, came in to replace him. With the January transfer window less than a month away, Benitez is making plans to shore up his team ahead of a potential relegation fight. But with uncertainty over the budget - largely due to a potential takeover - the Spaniard may have to be coy in who he targets. And while a striker appears to be the No 1 target, should the right goalkeeper come along then Benitez may well try and snap him up. Here are four names United may target. Everything is Black and White podcast - Why Mike Ashley has to accept the PCP bid NOW Adrian Made his first start of the season earlier this month against Manchester City and was arguably man of the match as he made some top-drawer saves. City won 2-1 but Adrian came out with his head held high. With Joe Hart looking less than secure between the sticks for the Hammers, there’s talk that new manager David Moyes may well stick with Adrian as well as reports that West Ham want him to sign a new contract. But Adrian has been first choice previously before spending months on the bench - if Benitez can guarantee him first-team football, he might just join Pepe Reina The one that got away. Benitez wanted a reunion with Reina after previously working with him at Liverpool and Napoli. United reportedly refused to pay the price asked for Reina and he has gone on to start 11 games for the Italian side, but importantly has not signed a new contract yet. His current deal runs out in the summer and that might just tempt United to lodge a bid. Michel Vorm Arguably now third choice at Tottenham but even at 34 is still very capable of doing a good job in the Premier League. Made his name at Swansea before heading to London and found it tough to dislodge Hugo Lloris from the No 1 spot. If a loan deal could be struck, it might work for all parties. Kiko Casilla A name that was constantly linked in the summer. Benitez admitted then that he was not going to be afraid to use his contacts in Spain to ask the bigger clubs for opportunities to sign players on loan. Casilla has played a handful of times this season for Real Madrid but is thought to be looking for first-team football. http://www.chroniclelive.co.uk/sport/football/transfer-news/newcastle-uniteds-goalkeeper-search-four-13996254
  10. Add a few more unexpected pages to the knotted, never-less-than-captivating story of Hope Solo’s professional soccer career. Solo, the former U.S. Women’s National Team (USWNT) goalkeeper, announced on her Facebook page on Friday morning that she will run for President of U.S. Soccer. Solo wrote: “What we have lost in America is belief in our system, in our coaches, in our talent pool, and in the governance of US Soccer. We now must refocus our goals and come together as a soccer community to bring about the changes we desire.” She continued to spell out a four-point manifesto including a “Push for Equal Pay” for the USWNT and, “all women in the USSF [United States Soccer Federation] workplace”. The 36-year-old’s entry marks another intriguing moment in an election race being contested between perceived U.S. Soccer insiders and renegade candidates. Sunil Gulati, the incumbent, faces a challenge to his 12-year presidency from current U.S. Soccer Executive Vice-President Carlos Cordeiro, Boston-based lawyer Steven H. Gans, and Fox Sports analyst and former U.S. Men's National Team (USMNT) striker Eric Wynalda. Solo, though, may have the greatest potential to shake up the outcome of February’s election. After a college career with the Washington Huskies she won 202 caps for the USWNT from 2000 to 2016. But her career was rarely as simple as her appearance record and longevity made out. “For more than a decade, she loomed menacingly between the posts, a muscular, hyper-focused, lightning-quick goalkeeper who seemed able to stop anything. But in the end, the one thing Hope Solo couldn’t stop was herself”, Jonathan Mahler wrote in the New York Times in August 2016, after Solo had been suspended by U.S. Soccer for six months for calling the Sweden team that knocked the USWNT out of the Rio Olympics a “bunch of cowards. That apparently spelled the end of the Richland, Washington native’s international career—one marked, as the NYT noted, by feuds with teammates and governing bodies as well as by fabulous competitiveness and athleticism. Off the field, Solo was arrested on domestic violence charges in June 2014. The charges were subsequently dropped then reinstated, and the case is apparently still open, Deadspin reports. She also accused the former Fifa president of inappropriate behavior, telling a Portuguese magazine in November that she "had Sepp Blatter grab my ass” at an awards presentation in 2013. Blatter denies the accusation. Now, perhaps, comes the most extraordinary chapter of all. U.S. Soccer’s enfant terrible wants to become its most crucial power-broker. And if the history of Solo’s career is anything to go by, she may yet succeed. http://www.newsweek.com/hope-solo-president-why-does-controversial-goalkeeper-want-run-us-soccer-741971
  11. Transfer News

    Plymouth Argyle sign goalkeeper Kelle Roos after injury to Luke McCormick Plymouth Argyle have signed Derby County goalkeeper Kelle Roos on an emergency loan after Luke McCormick was injured in training. The 6ft 5in Dutch shot-stopper will make his debut for the Pilgrims in their League One game against Gillingham at Home Park on Saturday. Roos will become the seventh different ‘keeper to play for Argyle this season because of a spate of injuries. McCormick had only made his comeback from an ankle injury after a 14-match absence in the 3-1 defeat away to Bradford City in the FA Cup second round last Saturday. The Argyle captain sustained an injury in training on Thursday and Argyle manager Derek Adams moved swiftly to sign Roos. http://www.plymouthherald.co.uk/sport/football/transfer-news/plymouth-argyle-sign-goalkeeper-kelle-895728
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