Real nameRonald Mauge
Age49 (Born 10 Mar, 1969)
Height5ft 10in (1.78m)
Weight11st 10lb (74.38kg)
Place of birthIslington
NationalityTrinidad & Tobago


Bristol R 10 Jun, 99 26 Apr, 02 Free 50 (3)04 (0)06 (0)06 (0)0
Plymouth 21 Jul, 95 10 Jun, 99 £40,000 119 (16)1312 (0)26 (0)05 (1)1
Man City 26 Sep, 91 31 May, 92 Loan 0 (1)00 (0)00 (0)00 (0)0
Bury 30 Jul, 90 22 Jul, 95 £40,000 92 (16)108 (0)28 (2)210 (2)0
Fulham 21 Sep, 88 30 Jul, 90 Free 47 (3)21 (0)04 (0)02 (0)0
Charlton 22 Jul, 87 21 Sep, 88 Trainee 0 (0)00 (0)00 (0)00 (0)0
Totals   £80,000 308 (39)2525 (0)424 (2)223 (3)1
Goals per Game    0.07 0.16 n/a 0.03

Games played by Ronnie Mauge in 2001/2002

Football League Div 3Sa 11Aug 2001Bristol R1 - 0Torquay
Football League Div 3Sa 18Aug 2001Scunthorpe1 - 2Bristol R
English League CupTu 21Aug 2001Wycombe0 - 1Bristol R
Football League Div 3Sa 25Aug 2001Bristol R3 - 2Luton
Football League Div 3Mo 27Aug 2001Darlington (old)1 - 0Bristol R
Football League Div 3Sa 01Sep 2001Bristol R0 - 0Shrewsbury
Football League Div 3Sa 08Sep 2001Leyton Orient3 - 1Bristol R
English League CupTu 11Sep 2001Bristol R0 - 3Birmingham
Football League Div 3Sa 15Sep 2001Lincoln0 - 1Bristol R
Football League Div 3Tu 18Sep 2001Bristol R2 - 1Southend
Football League Div 3Sa 22Sep 2001Bristol R2 - 2York
Football League TropWe 31Oct 2001Bristol R1 - 1Yeovil
Football League Div 3Sa 03Nov 2001Kidderminster2 - 0Bristol R
Football League Div 3Sa 24Nov 2001Hull0 - 0Bristol R
English FA CupTu 27Nov 2001Bristol R1 - 0Aldershot
Football League Div 3Sa 01Dec 2001Rushden3 - 1Bristol R
Football League TropWe 05Dec 2001Bristol R4 - 1Dag & Red
English FA CupSa 08Dec 2001Plymouth1 - 1Bristol R
Football League Div 3Sa 19Jan 2002Torquay2 - 1Bristol R
Football League Div 3Sa 02Feb 2002Oxford0 - 0Bristol R
English FA CupTu 05Feb 2002Gillingham1 - 0Bristol R
Football League Div 3Tu 12Feb 2002Bristol R0 - 1Hartlepool


Match in Focus


Man City v Everton

Home WinDrawAway Win
Key stats
  • Manchester City have not kept a clean sheet in their last four games
Expert verdict
Manchester City suffered their first league defeat of the season at Chelsea on Saturday, but don’t expect them to meet with the same fate when they host Everton at the Etihad. Despite that setback, City remain a fantastic team and it will take something special for Everton to stop the champions. But the Toffees are difficult to break down, going into half-time level in each of their last five games, and there could be value in expecting something similar. Marco Silva’s side have conceded just two goals in four games and defended well for much of the Merseyside derby before a Jordan Pickford howler.


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