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Discussion in 'Player Performances' started by PrezIke, 5 Aug 2017.
No argument on that front.
I see no harm in keeping him out on loan as long as it's at the right team. I suspect Muric will go out on loan too at some point.
Gunn brought back next season as number 2 and let Muric go out for a year
Then have them both back the year after
Hangs head after last nights heroics......
Back on topic,Angus had another fantastic game last night,Norwich were very unlucky not to beat Arsenal.
Spoke to a couple this weekend that supported Norwich for decades. They were full of praise for Angus Gunn, impressed he keeps out the national goalkeeper of N-Ireland who himself is a more than decent goalkeeper. Than again no too sure how objective they were as we all know what father Gunn meant for Norwich and Angus grew up there.
He's just been called up to the senior England squad to face Brazil on Tuesday.
Happy for him, but surely Pope from Burnley is ahead of him in the pecking order. Had a fantastic season for them since Heaton's injury. The Burnley fans I work with don't think Heaton will get back into the team.
Nick Pope has had a handful of good games, but realistically he's a nobody. He's 25 years old and has mainly been an unspectacular non-league keeper who has been thrown in the deep end because Heaton got hurt. Maybe he can continue his miraculous form, but really he should be nowhere near an England squad any time soon. Gunny on the other hand is a top prospect who they have high hopes for so probably see this as a good experience as he moves through the system
Called up by England. Congratulations Angus
City's third choice keeper in the England Squad. "Not in my lifetime"
Isn’t he on loan at Norwich?