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    Quote Originally Posted by KrisLetang View Post
    He looks like the one fella from Spandau Ballet. This holds great promise for us.

    So true, funny how it seems just like him.

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    Promoted to first team squad for final league game.

    http://www.irishtimes.com/sport/socc...-off-1.3089369

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    On the bench today.

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    Signs a new contract, takes him to 2020: http://www.manutd.com/en/News-And-Fe...th-united.aspx

    With De Gea, Romero and Pereira in his way, he'll have to keep going out on loan.
    Author of Never Felt Better (History, Film Reviews).

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    At 21, he'll need to be looking at a bigger loan move if he's ever going to be a top level goalkeeper. The likes of Morecambe aren't going to improve him to any great extent. He'll need to look at a Championship club in January, or at least League One, if he's going to make any great strides at all.

    He may be at Man United currently, but there's Irish goalkeepers in around the same age as him playing at a higher level of senior football at the minute.

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    Looking at the United squad, he's actually 5th choice at best, behind Sam Johnstone whose on loan at Villa currently. Agree he needs a lengthy spell at a club where he'd be first choice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NeverFeltBetter View Post
    Signs a new contract, takes him to 2020: http://www.manutd.com/en/News-And-Fe...th-united.aspx

    With De Gea, Romero and Pereira in his way, he'll have to keep going out on loan.
    what kind of money could u expect he is on? 2 grand a week?

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    O'Hara saved three penalties in Macclesfield's shoot-out win against Walsall this evening. He also saved one in normal time but the rebound was scored.

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    That’s a hell of a performance. Penalty takers score about 75% of the time at pro level.

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    He was actually poor for Walsall's third goal on the night, failing to deal with a cross. They'll forgive him that one.

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    I actually think, despite a good strike, he probably could have dealt with the first one better too. It was at a good height for any goalkeeper and wasn't exactly out of reach into the corner.

    Highlights here.

    http://www.skysports.com/watch/video...field-1-3-pens

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    Quote Originally Posted by nigel-harps1954 View Post
    I actually think, despite a good strike, he probably could have dealt with the first one better too.
    Yes, I kind of felt the same watching it last night. Hard to be too critical when somebody saves a penalty though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeLorean View Post
    O'Hara saved three penalties in Macclesfield's shoot-out win against Walsall this evening. He also saved one in normal time but the rebound was scored.
    All guesswork too, he says, no prep on the kickers routines, no nothing, just watch the run up on the night.

    - https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/45347946

    Surely would go straight in MONs side with that approach if MON knew of it, his kinda guy.
    Last edited by CraftyToePoke; 31/08/2018 at 1:01 AM.

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    Whatever works!

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    He doesn’t look that big in that footage . Never fall in love with a small goal keeper . An old adage .

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    Over 6'2 according to Wikipedia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeLorean View Post
    Over 6'2 according to Wikipedia.
    Wouldn’t want any smaller these days . How is he on the old distribution with feet etc ?

    Thats such a big part of a goal keepers job these days . Not sure how important it is with O’Neill and Keane ?

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    O'Hara won a host of individual awards after helping keep Macclesfield in the football league this season - https://www.manutd.com/en/news/detai...clesfield-town

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    We look well set for keepers for the foreseeable future. Along with O'Hara, there's Travers, the lad at Liverpool (Kelleher?) and younger still Bazunu.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eitoof View Post
    We look well set for keepers for the foreseeable future. Along with O'Hara, there's Travers, the lad at Liverpool (Kelleher?) and younger still Bazunu.
    Ian Lawlor and Conor O'Malley are young enough to eventually come through too, at Doncaster and Peterborough respectively.

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