Real nameKasper Schmeichel
Age32 (Born 05 Nov, 1986)
Height6ft 2in (1.88m)
Weight11st 9lb (73.92kg)
Place of birthCopenhagen, Denmark
NationalityDenmark
Date Signed27 Jun, 2011
FeeSigned

Career

CLUBFROMTOFEELEAGUEFA CUPLGE CUPOTHER
    APPSGLSAPPSGLSAPPSGLSAPPSGLS
Leicester 27 Jun, 11 Signed 275 (0)015 (0)07 (0)011 (0)0
Leeds 17 May, 10 27 Jun, 11 Free 37 (0)02 (0)01 (0)00 (0)0
Notts Co 14 Aug, 09 17 May, 10 Signed 43 (0)05 (0)00 (0)01 (0)0
Coventry 14 Mar, 08 05 May, 08 Loan 9 (0)00 (0)00 (0)00 (0)0
Cardiff 25 Oct, 07 02 Jan, 08 Loan 14 (0)00 (0)00 (0)00 (0)0
Falkirk 11 Jan, 07 20 May, 07 Loan 15 (0)01 (0)01 (0)00 (0)0
Bury 24 Aug, 06 26 Nov, 06 Loan 14 (0)00 (0)00 (0)00 (0)0
Bury 21 Feb, 06 07 May, 06 Loan 15 (0)00 (0)00 (0)00 (0)0
Darlington (old) 13 Jan, 06 31 Jan, 06 Loan 4 (0)00 (0)00 (0)00 (0)0
Man City 01 Jul, 03 14 Aug, 09 Trainee 7 (1)00 (0)01 (0)01 (0)0
Totals   £0 433 (1)023 (0)010 (0)013 (0)0
Goals per Game    0 0 n/a 0

Games played by Kasper Schmeichel in 2005/2006

  GLS  YEL RED 
League TwoSa 14Jan 2006Darlington (old)2 - 1Peterborough
League TwoTu 17Jan 2006Darlington (old)0 - 0Grimsby
League TwoSa 21Jan 2006Oxford0 - 2Darlington (old)
League TwoSa 28Jan 2006Darlington (old)4 - 0Mansfield
League TwoSa 25Feb 2006Shrewsbury0 - 1Bury
League TwoTu 28Feb 2006Rochdale1 - 1Bury
League TwoTu 07Mar 2006Bury0 - 1Stockport
League TwoSa 11Mar 2006Wrexham0 - 0Bury
League TwoSa 18Mar 2006Grimsby2 - 1Bury
League TwoTu 21Mar 2006Bury1 - 1Oxford
League TwoSa 25Mar 2006Bury2 - 1Rochdale
League TwoSa 01Apr 2006Stockport0 - 1Bury
League TwoTu 04Apr 2006Bury0 - 0Macclesfield
League TwoSa 08Apr 2006Bury1 - 3Peterborough
League TwoSa 15Apr 2006Lincoln1 - 1Bury
League TwoMo 17Apr 2006Bury0 - 0Chester
League TwoSa 22Apr 2006Darlington (old)2 - 3Bury
League TwoSa 29Apr 2006Bury0 - 0Mansfield
League TwoSa 06May 2006Notts Co2 - 2Bury
Appearances:19Totals:
0
1
0
 

 

Match in Focus

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Ireland v N Ireland

Home WinDrawAway Win
Key stats
  • Ireland have two clean sheets in nine home games
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This will be a friendly in name only and looks set to conjure up goals in the first Irish derby since 2011. Both sides are out of form and bottom of their Nations League groups but will be motivated to perform under the lights of the Aviva Stadium. The return of Kyle Lafferty should be a big boost for the visitors.

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