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David de Gea

25-Year-Old Goalkeeper     Manchester United  Premier


Birthdate:  November 7, 1990    Birthplace:  Madrid, Spain    Nationality:  Spain    Height:  6' 4"    Weight:  181 lbs    Show ContractHide Contract


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Signed a five-year contract with Manchester United in July of 2011.

October 17, 2016    David de Gea News

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De Gea stopped all three shots he faced during Monday's goalless draw with Liverpool.

The Reds began to press after a lackluster first half, and De Gea stood tall in net, including an excellent one-handed save on a curling shot from Philippe Coutinho. De Gea now has three clean sheets to his name this season and will have the opportunity to build on this performance Thursday versus Fenerbache in the Europa League.

David de Gea – Season Projections
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Season League Team Mins Saves Goals Allwd Clean Sheet
2016 Proj. Premier Manchester United 3240 86 31 14
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Season League Team Goals Allowed Saves Clean Sheet Penalty Saves
2015 Premier Manchester United 33 82 15 0
2015 UCL Manchester United 7 16 2 1
2016 Premier Manchester United 12 21 3 0

2016 Game Log   David de Gea
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2016-10Oct 17 Premier @LIV * 90 3 0 1 0
2016-10Oct 2 Premier STK * 90 5 1 0 0
2016-9Sep 24 Premier LEI * 90 2 1 0 0
2016-9Sep 18 Premier @WAT * 90 2 3 0 0
2016-9Sep 10 Premier MCI * 90 4 2 0 0

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October 2, 2016

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De Gea made five saves and conceded once in Sunday's 1-1 draw with Stoke City.

Under a surprising amount of duress considering the quality of competition on paper and the location of the match (at Old Trafford), fantasy owners might have expected an bonus five points against an out-of-form Stoke for de Gea. However, a mental lapse from the highly-rated keeper saw them reduced to just one point, having taken four from their last 12 in the Premier League to slip to sixth on the table. Things get even tougher on the other side of the international break, with trips to Anfield and Stamford Bridge with a mid-week Europa League tie against Fenerbahce for good measure in a seven-day span.

September 24, 2016

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De Gea made two saves and conceded once in Saturday's 4-1 victory over Leicester City.

The first half was all United, leaving de Gea with virtually nothing to do. The second half saw a bit more action down at his end as United took their foot off the gas pedal and was beaten by a Demarai Gray strike from 20-yards on an absolute howler. Having not kept a clean sheet since August, de Gea may have an opportunity in a mid-week Europa League clash against Zorya at Old Trafford before hosting Stoke City ahead of the international break.

September 18, 2016

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De Gea made two saves and conceded three goals in Sunday's 3-1 defeat to Watford.

That's now three successive defeats for De Gea and United. First, they lost in the Manchester derby last weekend and to Feyenoord in the Europa League mid-week, a trip to Vicarage Road seemed just what the doctor ordered for a struggling United side. However, within a quarter-hour, de Gea's decision making was called into question after allowing a wide-open net to Troy Deeney who was unable to capitalize. De Gea conceded three goals just four times in 55 matches across all comps last season and after a mid-week trip to Northampton in the EFL Cup, will need to straighten things out quickly as they host the champions Leicester in their next Premier League match.

September 10, 2016

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De Gea made four saves and conceded twice in Saturday's 2-1 defeat to Manchester City.

In the much-anticipated Manchester derby, the Sky Blues were far-and-away the better team in the first half. Despite missing their talisman—Sergio Aguero—City controlled almost every facet of play for the opening 40 minutes, which left United in a huge hole. De Gea still did well throughout the match to keep the Red Devils around, but they were unable to snatch a second goal to earn even a point. After a mid-week tie against Feyenoord of the Eredivisie in the Europa League, they face Watford just north of London next weekend to get their Premier League season back on track.

August 27, 2016

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De Gea had two saves while picking up the clean sheet in Saturday’s win against Hull City.

This is de Gea’s second straight clean sheet. De Gea was not challenged on net as Manchester United won the possession battle fairly easily, however, Hull did have a couple chances they placed wide of the net. De Gea’s next match is September is September 10th against Manchester City.

August 19, 2016

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De Gea stopped the only shot he faced in Friday's 2-0 victory over Southampton.

The Red Devils fielded an extremely strong side in front of De Gea that was buoyed by the season debut of new signing Paul Pogba, and Southampton's genuine scoring opportunities were few and far between. De Gea had a strong season in 2015/16, despite the relative under-performance of the club as a whole, but his stock has taken a boost thanks to United's summer activity. He should be among the most desirable goalkeepers available this season and will continue as such heading into next Saturday's clash with Hull City.

August 14, 2016

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De Gea made two saves and conceded once in Sunday's 3-1 victory over Bournemouth.

In their first match of the season, Jose Mourinho's new club didn't quite have the defensive killer instinct his title-winning Chelsea side did of two years ago, but controlled the passage of play for lengthy stretches, leaving de Gea with little to do. While he looked like he was well on his way to his first clean sheet of the season, the father of modern economics, Adam Smith, broke through in the 69th minute with a perfectly-hit shot that left the Spaniard with no chance to make a save. United faces a quick turnaround as they host Southampton at Old Trafford on Friday afternoon.