Real nameAlan Kernaghan
Age51 (Born 25 Apr, 1967)
Height6ft 2in (1.88m)
Weight14st (88.89kg)
Place of birthOtley
NationalityIreland
  
  

Career

CLUBFROMTOFEELEAGUEFA CUPLGE CUPOTHER
    APPSGLSAPPSGLSAPPSGLSAPPSGLS
Dundee 14 Feb, 06 14 May, 06 Signed No appearance data available
Falkirk 22 Jan, 05 14 Feb, 06 Signed 9 (0)00 (0)00 (0)00 (0)0
Livingston 01 Aug, 04 25 Nov, 04 Free 4 (0)00 (0)01 (0)00 (0)0
Clyde 01 Sep, 01 01 Aug, 04 Signed 63 (0)36 (0)03 (0)00 (0)0
Brechin 04 Aug, 01 01 Sep, 01 Signed 3 (0)00 (0)00 (0)04 (0)1
St Johnstone 27 Jul, 01 04 Aug, 01 Signed No appearance data available
St Johnstone 25 Dec, 97 01 Jun, 01 Signed 59 (1)56 (0)15 (0)01 (0)0
St Johnstone 19 Sep, 97 24 Dec, 97 Loan 12 (0)10 (0)00 (0)00 (0)0
Bradford 02 Feb, 96 31 May, 96 Loan 5 (0)00 (0)00 (0)00 (0)0
Bolton 18 Aug, 94 31 May, 95 Loan 9 (2)00 (0)00 (0)00 (0)0
Man City 20 Sep, 93 25 Dec, 97 £1,600,000 55 (8)17 (0)18 (0)00 (0)0
Charlton 17 Jan, 91 31 May, 91 Loan 13 (0)00 (0)00 (0)00 (0)0
Middlesbro 08 Mar, 85 20 Sep, 93 Apprentice 172 (40)167 (4)322 (7)114 (2)2
Totals   £1,600,000 404 (51)2626 (4)539 (7)119 (2)3
Goals per Game    0.05 0.16 n/a 0.14

Games played by Alan Kernaghan in 2004/2005

  GLS  YEL RED 
Scottish PremierSa 18Sep 2004Dundee0 - 0Livingston
Scottish League CupTu 21Sep 2004Livingston2 - 1Dundee
Scottish PremierSa 25Sep 2004Livingston2 - 3Motherwell
Scottish PremierSa 13Nov 2004Dundee Utd1 - 0Livingston
Scottish PremierSa 20Nov 2004Livingston0 - 2Aberdeen
Scottish Division 1Sa 29Jan 2005Ross County0 - 1Falkirk
Scottish Division 1Sa 12Feb 2005Falkirk1 - 1Hamilton
Scottish Division 1Sa 19Feb 2005Queen of Sth1 - 1Falkirk
Scottish Division 1Sa 05Mar 2005Falkirk2 - 1Partick
Scottish Division 1Sa 12Mar 2005Airdrieonians2 - 2Falkirk
Scottish Division 1Tu 15Mar 2005Falkirk0 - 0Clyde
Scottish Division 1Sa 16Apr 2005Clyde0 - 1Falkirk
Scottish Division 1Sa 30Apr 2005Hamilton1 - 0Falkirk
Scottish Division 1Sa 07May 2005Falkirk1 - 2Queen of Sth
Appearances:14Totals:
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Man Utd v Juventus

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  • United have lost only three of their last 22 European matches
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The return of Cristiano Ronaldo to Old Trafford will grab all of the headlines but Manchester United should be able to hold their own against Juventus. Confidence will have been restored by the manner of the performance in the 2-2 draw at Chelsea and United remain a tough nut to crack in European home encounters.

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