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Joe Corrigan

Joe Corrigan

Clubs played for: Manchester City, Seattle Sounders, Brighton & Hove Albion, Norwich City (loan), Stoke City (loan) (1967-1984)

Born: 1948

Birthplace: Manchester

Died:

Position: Goalkeeper

Biography: A brilliant 6ft 4in goalkeeper, Joe proved himself outstanding in the losing FA Cup final side of 1981, where he collected the man of the match award. Between 1967 and 1982, Joe was consistently Man City's first choice keeper. Now lives in Cheshire and has coached keepers at Celtic, Middlesbrough, Tranmere, and Barnsley, before being offered a post at Anfield as Liverpool's first full time goalkeeping coach. He has since helped out at Chester City, Stockport County and West Bromwich Albion. (Won two League Cup medals, and a FA Cup runners up medal)




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