James Robert Glass (born 1 August 1973) is an English former football goalkeeper, chiefly remembered for scoring the last-minute goal which kept Carlisle United in the Football League in 1999, when Glass was on loan from Swindon Town. The drama of Glass's late goal, which came in one of only three games that he played for Carlisle, has since made it famous in English football at a level beyond its immediate ramifications. Beyond the Carlisle goal, Glass's most notable time with a club was three seasons playing for Bournemouth from 1996 to 1998, his only regular spell at a Football League club; he retired from football in 2001 aged 27.

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  • James Robert Glass (born 1 August 1973) is an English former football goalkeeper, chiefly remembered for scoring the last-minute goal which kept Carlisle United in the Football League in 1999, when Glass was on loan from Swindon Town. The drama of Glass's late goal, which came in one of only three games that he played for Carlisle, has since made it famous in English football at a level beyond its immediate ramifications. Beyond the Carlisle goal, Glass's most notable time with a club was three seasons playing for Bournemouth from 1996 to 1998, his only regular spell at a Football League club; he retired from football in 2001 aged 27. (en)
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  • James Robert Glass (born 1 August 1973) is an English former football goalkeeper, chiefly remembered for scoring the last-minute goal which kept Carlisle United in the Football League in 1999, when Glass was on loan from Swindon Town. The drama of Glass's late goal, which came in one of only three games that he played for Carlisle, has since made it famous in English football at a level beyond its immediate ramifications. Beyond the Carlisle goal, Glass's most notable time with a club was three seasons playing for Bournemouth from 1996 to 1998, his only regular spell at a Football League club; he retired from football in 2001 aged 27. (en)
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