Date: 16th October 2007 at 7:41pm
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The Addicks number two goalkeeper Darren Randolph has received glowing praise from the Republic of Ireland under 21 boss Don Givens.

Darren Randolph did pick up an injury in the friendly win over Sweden, a match in which he excelled by all accounts, but he is expected to be fit for the England game, and Don Givens speaks very highly of the Addicks youngster. He told the media: ‘He’s very laid-back and takes everything in his stride. We’d have been 4-1 down at half-time if he hadn’t been at his best against Sweden.

‘I feel he has the potential to be the best Irish goalkeeper we’ve seen in years.’

You don’t get much better recommendations than that do you. At 20-years-old he still has as much as 20-years to offer, so if we can see most, if not all of that at the Valley then we could potentially witness something special.

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2 Replies to “Addicks Goalkeeper Could be the Best”

  • A truly glowing report from Givens isn’t it. I have not seen a lot of the kid, but what I have seen I have been more than impressed with, and certainly impressed enough to know I’m glad he plays for us, rather than against us.

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