Real nameRobert Slater
Age54 (Born 22 Nov, 1964)
Height5ft 11in (1.8m)
Weight13st (82.54kg)
Place of birthSkelmersdale


Wolves 26 Mar, 98 07 Jul, 98 Signed 4 (2)00 (2)00 (0)00 (0)0
Southampton 03 Sep, 96 26 Mar, 98 £250,000 25 (15)21 (0)05 (3)00 (0)0
West Ham 14 Aug, 95 03 Sep, 96 £600,000 18 (9)21 (0)03 (0)00 (0)0
Blackburn 04 Aug, 94 14 Aug, 95 £300,000 12 (6)01 (0)01 (0)02 (0)0
Lens 01 Aug, 93 04 Aug, 94 0 (0)00 (0)00 (0)00 (0)0
Totals   £1,150,000 59 (32)43 (2)09 (3)02 (0)0
Goals per Game    0.04 0 n/a 0

Games played by Robbie Slater in 1997/1998

PremiershipSa 09Aug 1997Southampton0 - 1Bolton
PremiershipWe 13Aug 1997Man Utd1 - 0Southampton
PremiershipSa 04Oct 1997Southampton3 - 0West Ham
English League CupTu 14Oct 1997Barnsley1 - 2Southampton
PremiershipSa 18Oct 1997Blackburn1 - 0Southampton
PremiershipSa 25Oct 1997Southampton3 - 2Tottenham
PremiershipSu 02Nov 1997Everton0 - 2Southampton
PremiershipSa 08Nov 1997Southampton4 - 1Barnsley
PremiershipSu 07Dec 1997Wimbledon1 - 0Southampton
PremiershipFr 26Dec 1997C Palace1 - 1Southampton
PremiershipSa 10Jan 1998Bolton0 - 0Southampton
PremiershipMo 19Jan 1998Southampton1 - 0Man Utd
Football League Div 1Su 29Mar 1998Wolves2 - 0Portsmouth
English FA CupSu 05Apr 1998NWolves0 - 1Arsenal
Football League Div 1Tu 07Apr 1998Charlton1 - 0Wolves
Football League Div 1Sa 11Apr 1998Wolves2 - 2Man City
Football League Div 1Mo 13Apr 1998Nottm Forest3 - 0Wolves
Football League Div 1Sa 18Apr 1998Wolves3 - 1Reading
Football League Div 1Sa 25Apr 1998Wolves3 - 4Stockport


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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