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John Ruddy

29-Year-Old Goalkeeper     Norwich City  Premier


Birthdate:  October 24, 1986    Nationality:  England    Height:  6' 4"    Weight:  214 lbs    
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November 29, 2015    John Ruddy News

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Ruddy made one save and conceded once in Sunday's 1-1 draw with Arsenal.

Ruddy was tested early by the Gunners, but by the hour mark, the balance of play had completely shifted to the Canaries as they looked like the better team for the second half and were more deserving of three points. Ruddy won't keep many clean sheets—recording just one this season—but has settled into a better run of form of late.

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November 21, 2015

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Ruddy made six saves and conceded once in Saturday's 1-0 defeat to Chelsea.

Ruddy was strong throughout, but the dam was tested one too many times and eventually conceded to Diego Costa right after the hour mark. In 13 matches, Ruddy's conceded 24 goals, but has only conceded four goals in his last four matches.

November 7, 2015

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Ruddy made no saves but still picked up a clean sheet en route to a defensive win in the 1-0 home win over Swansea on Saturday.

The Swans couldn’t capitalize on their huge possession advantage and besides a shot off the crossbar, never really threatened Ruddy. His fantasy owners can indulge the peaceful yet rarely productive afternoon during the international break cause the Blues are on the horizon right after that and they will be seriously hungry.

November 2, 2015

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Ruddy conceded two goals but made three saves and added two claims in the 2-1 loss to Manchester City on Saturday.

He did e great job of keeping his team in contention until the 89-th minute but then threw it all away with a costly mistake that led to the game-winning penalty and his teammate Russell Martin’s dismissal. The Canaries are in poor run of form and he’s not doing the best of jobs to change that fate, so you’re better off looking away for the time being.

October 26, 2015

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Ruddy conceded a goal but made three saves and added a claim in the home loss to West Bromich Albion on Saturday.

The keeper couldn’t do much about Salomon Rondon’s deadly header and did manage to keep his team in contention with some good saves. Nevertheless, Norwich’s slump continues and the Canaries are dreadful in defense. He hasn’t had a single clean sheet this season and a visit to The Etihad on Saturday isn’t going to change this most likely.

October 4, 2015

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Ruddy conceded two goals but made three saves and a claim in a dreadful home loss to Leicester City on Saturday.

In his defense, there wasn’t much he could do on both goals, especially, on the first one which came from the spot from the current Premier League goal scoring leader – Jamie Vardy. Ruddy would have a rare opportunity for a clean sheet, though, when visiting the rock-bottom-worst-offense winless Newcastle in week 9.

September 20, 2015

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Ruddy made six saves and conceded one goal in a 1-1 draw to Liverpool on Sunday.

It's been a strange campaign for Ruddy, as he's had to make four saves or more, or one save or less in every match thus far. The low-totaled shot games came against Bournemouth, Stoke, and Sunderland, so it's clear that it's a matter of competition for Norwich. With all the lower-end squads Norwich has played, that means their schedule is about to get significantly tougher. In fact, they have to play one of the hottest team next Saturday in West Ham in their upcoming fixture.

September 12, 2015

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Ruddy made one save and conceded one goal in Norwich City's 3-1 victory over Bournemouth.

The usually high-powered Bournemouth were on their back heels all game and were only able to generate seven shots, two of which went on net. Ruddy was aided by the post and Robbie Brady in the first half to keep the Cherries off the score sheet and allowed Ruddy to settle into the game. While not a great play from week-to-week, Norwich City looks the part of being a Premier League team, though don't count on too many clean sheets from the 28-year-old keeper.