Alex Simon McCarthy is an English football player who is a goalkeeper for Reading. A product of the Reading academy, he joined Conference National team Cambridge United on work experience on 26 March 2008 and made his debut two days later in a 3–0 defeat to Kidderminster Harriers. On 2 February 2009, he was on a month's loan with Aldershot Town. He also played with League One team Yeovil on loan until January 2010, during which McCarthy played 44 of their 46 league games keeping all 12 of their clean sheets. Having played on loan with a number of teams, he finally joined Brentford for the first month of the season 2010-11 and played in the FA Cup against Everton. Thereafter, he signed on with Leeds United for a one month loan on November 4th 2011. On January 21st 2012, he joined Ipswich Town until the end of the season. McCarthy has also represented England U21's and was named as part of the 31 man squad to face both Denmark in Viborg and Iceland at Deep Dale, Preston.
Watch out Joe Hart – 6 English goalkeepers waiting to replace you
Since Joe Hart’s loss of form, a lot of people have been worried about the state of English goalkeeping. While Fraser Forster may be his only serious challenger now. That doesn’t mean there’s not any that could challenge and will challenge in the future. Here’s some goalkeeper that have the potential to challenge the current […]The post
There’s always plenty of transfer talk throughout the season. So how much of it makes sense, and how much of it is just rumour? Chelsea are close to agreeing a deal for Bayer Leverkusen striker Andre Schurrle, 22. The German club’s representatives are in London to finalise the transfer. Full story: talkSPORT What’s the story? [...]
Reading 0-0 Liverpool: Match Review - The tomfoolery continues
Just gonna share my thoughts pretty quickly about what went down at the Madejski Stadium earlier on today. My word. What do Liverpool have to do sometimes to get the goal. We had 28 blimin’ shots on goal. This even comprises of 11 shots on goal. I guess some credit …