Canadian-born Alan Mannus has been a constant member of the Northern Ireland squad since making his debut in a 3-0 win over Trinidad & Tobago in June 2004.
Although he has amassed only a handful of caps since then, all of them in International friendlies, he is a vastly experienced goalkeeper who is still an integral part of Michael O’Neill’s squad.
Alan began his career at Linfield and clocked up 368 appearances, winning five League Championships and four Irish Cups during a ten year spell at Windsor Park.
In the summer of 2009 he left the Blues to link up with Eircom League side Shamrock Rovers, who were then managed by Michael O’Neill.
Mannus won a Championship medal with Rovers in 2010 and the Setanta Cup in 2011 before moving to Scotland and signing for St Johnstone in August 2011.
Since arriving at McDiarmid Park, Mannus has added to his array of medals after playing in the St Johnstone team which won the Scottish Cup for the first time in their history defeating Dundee United in the Final in 2014.
|DOB||19th May 1982|
|Place of Birth||Toronto|
|Height||6’2 / 1.88m|
|Weight||14.08 / 94 kg|
|Debut||6th June 2004 v Trinidad & Tobago (a) (won 3-0)|
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2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifying Stats