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Brad Friedel

Goalkeeper     Free Agent  


Nationality:  USA    

May 14, 2015    Brad Friedel News

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Friedel announced Thursday that he will retire at the conclusion of the season.

Friedel has played in England for 17 seasons, and he holds the record for most consecutive starts in Premier League play (310). He's spent time with a number of clubs, including Galatasaray, Columbus Crew, Liverpool, Blackburn and Aston Villa before joining Spurs in 2011. He has also been capped 82 times for the United States, the fourth-most capped keeper in the US Men's National Team history.

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June 10, 2014

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Friedel signed a one-year contract extension Monday, and he will also become a club ambassador in the United States, the club's official web site reports.

Friedel currently backs up Hugo Lloris and doesn't figure to get much playing time next season; certainly not in Premier League games.

November 10, 2013

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Friedel, who got the start in Sunday's Premier League match against Newcastle for the injured Hugo Lloris (head), made three saves but allowed a 13th minute goal to Loic Remy, which turned out to be the game winner in a 1-0 Newcastle win.

Lloris was unavailable for Sunday's match after club doctors did not clear him to play, a curious decision given that they cleared him to play immediately after falling unconscious due to a collision with Everton's Romelu Lukaku last weekend. It's unclear how much time Lloris will miss given the uncertainty with head injuries, but if he's unavailable after the international break, Friedel would be the expected replacement.

December 26, 2012

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October 9, 2012

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September 14, 2012

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This comes in the wake of the major signing of French international keeper Hugo Lloris from French giant Lyon. While Friedel is still very capable, as Tottenham make a push to win more trophies, he may be seeing a timeshare. Feel free to start him this week as Friedel can still put up a clean sheet, even at the ripe age of 41.