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Neil Sullivan (born 24 February 1970) is a professional football player and coach. He played as a goalkeeper from 1988 until 2013, playing in the Premier League for Wimbledon, Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea, and represented Scotland internationally. He is now academy goalkeeping coach at Football Championship side Leeds United. In July 2013, he announced he was leaving Doncaster and, after rejecting offers to prolong his playing career, he joined former club Leeds as an academy goalkeeping coach confirming his retirement from professional football. Neil Sullivan (born 24 February 1970) is a professional football player and coach. He played as a goalkeeper from 1988 until 2013, playing in the Premier League for Wimbledon, Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea, and represented Scotland internationally. Between 1997 and 2003, Sullivan was capped 28 times by Scotland. He was selected for the 1998 Fifa World Cup, where he was the second choice goalkeeper behind Jim Leighton. Sullivan became the regular Scotland goalkeeper after Leighton retired from international football later that year. Neil Sullivan (born 24 February 1970) is a professional football player and coach. He played as a goalkeeper from 1988 until 2013, playing in the Premier League for Wimbledon, Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea, and represented Scotland internationally. He is now academy goalkeeping coach at side Leeds United. Sadly, Neil was relieved of his duties at Leeds United, in 2020 Neil Sullivan (born 24 February 1970) is a professional football player and coach. He played as a goalkeeper from 1988 until 2013, playing in the Premier League for Wimbledon, Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea, and represented Scotland internationally. He is now academy goalkeeping coach at side Leeds United. Between 1997 and 2003, Sullivan was capped 28 times by Scotland. He was selected for the 1998 Fifa World Cup, where he was the second choice goalkeeper behind Jim Leighton. Sullivan became the regular Scotland goalkeeper after Leighton retired from international football later that year. Neil Sullivan (born 24 February 1970) is a professional football player and coach. He played as a goalkeeper from 1988 until 2013, playing in the Premier League for Wimbledon, Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea, and represented Scotland internationally. Recently he was the academy goalkeeping coach at side Leeds United, recently sacked for reasons unknown. In July 2013, he announced he was leaving Doncaster and, after rejecting offers to prolong his playing career, he joined former club Leeds as an academy goalkeeping coach confirming his retirement from professional football. Neil Sullivan (born 24 February 1970) is a professional football player and coach. He played as a goalkeeper from 1988 until 2013, playing in the Premier League for Wimbledon, Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea, and represented Scotland internationally. He is now academy goalkeeping coach at side Leeds United - recently sacked. In July 2013, he announced he was leaving Doncaster and, after rejecting offers to prolong his playing career, he joined former club Leeds as an academy goalkeeping coach confirming his retirement from professional football. Neil Sullivan (born 24 February 1970) is a professional football player and coach. He played as a goalkeeper from 1988 until 2013, playing in the Premier League for Wimbledon, Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea, and represented Scotland internationally. He is now academy goalkeeping coach at side Leeds United. Sullivan is famous for his exceptional kicking range and has once been seen kicking it to the moon. Neil Sullivan (born 24 February 1970) is a professional football player and coach. He played as a goalkeeper from 1988 until 2013, playing in the Premier League for Wimbledon, Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea, and represented Scotland internationally. Between 1997 and 2003, Sullivan was capped 28 times by Scotland. He was selected for the 1998 Fifa World Cup, where he was the second choice goalkeeper behind Jim Leighton.
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Neil Sullivan (born 24 February 1970) is a professional football player and coach. He played as a goalkeeper from 1988 until 2013, playing in the Premier League for Wimbledon, Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea, and represented Scotland internationally. He is now academy goalkeeping coach at Football Championship side Leeds United. He started his career with Wimbledon shortly after the club's FA Cup triumph. He remained with The Dons for twelve years and made 181 league appearances while at times covering for the likes of Dave Beasant, Hans Segers and Paul Heald and also spent a period on loan at Crystal Palace, though by the time of his departure he was firm number one. In 2000, he moved to Tottenham Hotspur where he replaced Ian Walker as the club's favoured keeper. In 2003, he departed after losing his place in the team and was signed as a back-up keeper by rivals Chelsea. In 2004, he moved to freshly relegated Football Championship side Leeds United where he remained until 2007. Whilst at Leeds he eventually lost his place in the team and was loaned out to Doncaster Rovers in both 2006 and 2007. In 2007, he joined Rovers on a permanent deal where he remained the club's favoured keeper until the 2012–13 season when he was loaned to AFC Wimbledon, the side formed after the relocation of his first club. Sullivan returned to Doncaster towards the end of the year and aided Doncaster to the League One title. Between 1997 and 2003, Sullivan was capped 28 times by Scotland. He was selected for the 1998 Fifa World Cup, where he was the second choice goalkeeper behind Jim Leighton. Sullivan became the regular Scotland goalkeeper after Leighton retired from international football later that year. In July 2013, he announced he was leaving Doncaster and, after rejecting offers to prolong his playing career, he joined former club Leeds as an academy goalkeeping coach confirming his retirement from professional football. Neil Sullivan (born 24 February 1970) is a professional football player and coach. He played as a goalkeeper from 1988 until 2013, playing in the Premier League for Wimbledon, Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea, and represented Scotland internationally. He is now academy goalkeeping coach at side Leeds United. He started his career with Wimbledon shortly after the club's FA Cup triumph. He remained with The Dons for twelve years and made 181 league appearances while at times covering for the likes of Dave Beasant, Hans Segers and Paul Heald and also spent a period on loan at Crystal Palace, though by the time of his departure he was firm number one. In 2000, he moved to Tottenham Hotspur where he replaced Ian Walker as the club's favoured keeper. In 2003, he departed after losing his place in the team and was signed as a back-up keeper by rivals Chelsea. In 2004, he moved to freshly relegated Football Championship side Leeds United where he remained until 2007. Whilst at Leeds he eventually lost his place in the team and was loaned out to Doncaster Rovers in both 2006 and 2007. In 2007, he joined Rovers on a permanent deal where he remained the club's favoured keeper until the 2012–13 season when he was loaned to AFC Wimbledon, the side formed after the relocation of his first club. Sullivan returned to Doncaster towards the end of the year and aided Doncaster to the League One title. Between 1997 and 2003, Sullivan was capped 28 times by Scotland. He was selected for the 1998 Fifa World Cup, where he was the second choice goalkeeper behind Jim Leighton. Sullivan became the regular Scotland goalkeeper after Leighton retired from international football later that year. In July 2013, he announced he was leaving Doncaster and, after rejecting offers to prolong his playing career, he joined former club Leeds as an academy goalkeeping coach confirming his retirement from professional football. Neil Sullivan (born 24 February 1970) is a professional football player and coach. He played as a goalkeeper from 1988 until 2013, playing in the Premier League for Wimbledon, Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea, and represented Scotland internationally. He started his career with Wimbledon, and remained with The Dons for twelve years during which he made 181 league appearances. He also at times covered for the likes of Dave Beasant, Hans Segers and Paul Heald, and also spent a period on loan at Crystal Palace. In 2000, he moved to Tottenham Hotspur where he replaced Ian Walker as the club's favoured keeper. In 2003, he departed Tottenham after losing his place in the team and was signed as a back-up keeper by rivals Chelsea. In 2004, he moved to freshly relegated Football Championship side Leeds United where he remained until 2007. Whilst at Leeds he eventually lost his place in the team and was loaned out to Doncaster Rovers in both 2006 and 2007. In 2007, he joined Rovers on a permanent deal where he remained the club's favoured keeper until the 2012–13 season when he was loaned to AFC Wimbledon, the side formed after the relocation of his first club. Sullivan returned to Doncaster towards the end of the year and aided Doncaster to the League One title. In July 2013, he announced he was leaving Doncaster. After rejecting offers to prolong his playing career, he started working as a goalkeeping coach. Between 1997 and 2003, Sullivan was capped 28 times by Scotland. He was selected for the 1998 Fifa World Cup, where he was the second choice goalkeeper behind Jim Leighton. Neil Sullivan (born 24 February 1970) is a professional football player and coach. He played as a goalkeeper from 1988 until 2013, playing in the Premier League for Wimbledon, Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea, and represented Scotland internationally. He started his career with Wimbledon shortly after the club's FA Cup triumph. He remained with The Dons for twelve years and made 181 league appearances while at times covering for the likes of Dave Beasant, Hans Segers and Paul Heald and also spent a period on loan at Crystal Palace, though by the time of his departure he was firm number one. In 2000, he moved to Tottenham Hotspur where he replaced Ian Walker as the club's favoured keeper. In 2003, he departed after losing his place in the team and was signed as a back-up keeper by rivals Chelsea. In 2004, he moved to freshly relegated Football Championship side Leeds United where he remained until 2007. Whilst at Leeds he eventually lost his place in the team and was loaned out to Doncaster Rovers in both 2006 and 2007. In 2007, he joined Rovers on a permanent deal where he remained the club's favoured keeper until the 2012–13 season when he was loaned to AFC Wimbledon, the side formed after the relocation of his first club. Sullivan returned to Doncaster towards the end of the year and aided Doncaster to the League One title. Between 1997 and 2003, Sullivan was capped 28 times by Scotland. He was selected for the 1998 Fifa World Cup, where he was the second choice goalkeeper behind Jim Leighton. Sullivan became the regular Scotland goalkeeper after Leighton retired from international football later that year. In July 2013, he announced he was leaving Doncaster and, after rejecting offers to prolong his playing career, he joined former club Leeds as an academy goalkeeping coach confirming his retirement from professional football. In 2020, shortly after Leeds United were promoted back to the Premier League, Sullivan was relieved of his duties. Neil Sullivan (born 24 February 1970) is a professional football player and coach. He played as a goalkeeper from 1988 until 2013, playing in the Premier League for Wimbledon, Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea, and represented Scotland internationally. He started his career with Wimbledon shortly after the club's FA Cup triumph. He remained with The Dons for twelve years and made 181 league appearances while at times covering for the likes of Dave Beasant, Hans Segers and Paul Heald and also spent a period on loan at Crystal Palace, though by the time of his departure he was firm number one. In 2000, he moved to Tottenham Hotspur where he replaced Ian Walker as the club's favoured keeper. In 2003, he departed after losing his place in the team and was signed as a back-up keeper by rivals Chelsea. In 2004, he moved to freshly relegated Football Championship side Leeds United where he remained until 2007. Whilst at Leeds he eventually lost his place in the team and was loaned out to Doncaster Rovers in both 2006 and 2007. In 2007, he joined Rovers on a permanent deal where he remained the club's favoured keeper until the 2012–13 season when he was loaned to AFC Wimbledon, the side formed after the relocation of his first club. Sullivan returned to Doncaster towards the end of the year and aided Doncaster to the League One title. Between 1997 and 2003, Sullivan was capped 28 times by Scotland. He was selected for the 1998 Fifa World Cup, where he was the second choice goalkeeper behind Jim Leighton. Sullivan became the regular Scotland goalkeeper after Leighton retired from international football later that year. In July 2013, he announced he was leaving Doncaster and, after rejecting offers to prolong his playing career, he joined former club Leeds as an academy goalkeeping coach confirming his retirement from professional football. In 2020, shortly after Leeds United were promoted back to the Premier League, Sullivan was relieved of his duties. Since leaving Leeds for the second time, Sullivan has taken a coaching role for Hull u18s. Neil Sullivan (born 24 February 1970) is a professional football player and coach. He played as a goalkeeper from 1988 until 2013, playing in the Premier League for Wimbledon, Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea, and represented Scotland internationally. Recently he was the academy goalkeeping coach at side Leeds United, recently sacked for reasons unknown. He started his career with Wimbledon shortly after the club's FA Cup triumph. He remained with The Dons for twelve years and made 181 league appearances while at times covering for the likes of Dave Beasant, Hans Segers and Paul Heald and also spent a period on loan at Crystal Palace, though by the time of his departure he was firm number one. In 2000, he moved to Tottenham Hotspur where he replaced Ian Walker as the club's favoured keeper. In 2003, he departed after losing his place in the team and was signed as a back-up keeper by rivals Chelsea. In 2004, he moved to freshly relegated Football Championship side Leeds United where he remained until 2007. Whilst at Leeds he eventually lost his place in the team and was loaned out to Doncaster Rovers in both 2006 and 2007. In 2007, he joined Rovers on a permanent deal where he remained the club's favoured keeper until the 2012–13 season when he was loaned to AFC Wimbledon, the side formed after the relocation of his first club. Sullivan returned to Doncaster towards the end of the year and aided Doncaster to the League One title. Between 1997 and 2003, Sullivan was capped 28 times by Scotland. He was selected for the 1998 Fifa World Cup, where he was the second choice goalkeeper behind Jim Leighton. Sullivan became the regular Scotland goalkeeper after Leighton retired from international football later that year. In July 2013, he announced he was leaving Doncaster and, after rejecting offers to prolong his playing career, he joined former club Leeds as an academy goalkeeping coach confirming his retirement from professional football. Neil Sullivan (born 24 February 1970) is a professional football player and coach. He played as a goalkeeper from 1988 until 2013, playing in the Premier League for Wimbledon, Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea, and represented Scotland internationally. He is now academy goalkeeping coach at side Leeds United - recently sacked. He started his career with Wimbledon shortly after the club's FA Cup triumph. He remained with The Dons for twelve years and made 181 league appearances while at times covering for the likes of Dave Beasant, Hans Segers and Paul Heald and also spent a period on loan at Crystal Palace, though by the time of his departure he was firm number one. In 2000, he moved to Tottenham Hotspur where he replaced Ian Walker as the club's favoured keeper. In 2003, he departed after losing his place in the team and was signed as a back-up keeper by rivals Chelsea. In 2004, he moved to freshly relegated Football Championship side Leeds United where he remained until 2007. Whilst at Leeds he eventually lost his place in the team and was loaned out to Doncaster Rovers in both 2006 and 2007. In 2007, he joined Rovers on a permanent deal where he remained the club's favoured keeper until the 2012–13 season when he was loaned to AFC Wimbledon, the side formed after the relocation of his first club. Sullivan returned to Doncaster towards the end of the year and aided Doncaster to the League One title. Between 1997 and 2003, Sullivan was capped 28 times by Scotland. He was selected for the 1998 Fifa World Cup, where he was the second choice goalkeeper behind Jim Leighton. Sullivan became the regular Scotland goalkeeper after Leighton retired from international football later that year. In July 2013, he announced he was leaving Doncaster and, after rejecting offers to prolong his playing career, he joined former club Leeds as an academy goalkeeping coach confirming his retirement from professional football. Neil Sullivan (born 24 February 1970) is a professional football player and coach. He played as a goalkeeper from 1988 until 2013, playing in the Premier League for Wimbledon, Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea, and represented Scotland internationally. He is now academy goalkeeping coach at side Leeds United. Sadly, Neil was relieved of his duties at Leeds United, in 2020 He started his career with Wimbledon shortly after the club's FA Cup triumph. He remained with The Dons for twelve years and made 181 league appearances while at times covering for the likes of Dave Beasant, Hans Segers and Paul Heald and also spent a period on loan at Crystal Palace, though by the time of his departure he was firm number one. In 2000, he moved to Tottenham Hotspur where he replaced Ian Walker as the club's favoured keeper. In 2003, he departed after losing his place in the team and was signed as a back-up keeper by rivals Chelsea. 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In July 2013, he announced he was leaving Doncaster and, after rejecting offers to prolong his playing career, he joined former club Leeds as an academy goalkeeping coach confirming his retirement from professional football. In 2020, shortly after Leeds United were promoted back to the Premier League, Sullivan was relieved of his duties. Neil Sullivan (born 24 February 1970) is a professional football player and coach. He played as a goalkeeper from 1988 until 2013, playing in the Premier League for Wimbledon, Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea, and represented Scotland internationally. He is now academy goalkeeping coach at side Leeds United. Sullivan is famous for his exceptional kicking range and has once been seen kicking it to the moon. He started his career with Wimbledon shortly after the club's FA Cup triumph. 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