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Alex McCarthy

2019/20 Key Performance Stats Last updated 12 Jul 2020
Games Played
27
Minutes played
2.4K
Games Started
27
Goals
0
Clean sheets
8
Goals
conceded
34
Mins per goals
conceded
71
Shots saved
70%
Total
saves
82
Saves
per game
3
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Alex McCarthy Saints History

Last updated 12 Jul 2020
Total matches
77
Emirates FA Cup
5
Carabao Cup
5
Premier League
67
Goals
0
Seasons
4
Saints debut
21 Sep 2016
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Season Appearances Emirates FA Cup Carabao Cup Premier League Goals
2019/20 27 0 3 24 0
2018/2019 25 0 0 25 0
2017/2018 23 5 0 18 0
2016/2017 2 0 2 0 0

Alex McCarthy Season Stats

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Last updated 12 Jul 2020

General

Games Played
24
27
Minutes played
2.1K
2.4K
Games Started
24
27
Subs on/off
0
0

Goalkeeping

Clean sheets
6
8
Shots Saved
71 / 102
82 / 116
Saves per game
3
3
Minutes per goal conceded
69
71
Catches
18
19
Punches
10
12
Clearances
20
22
Penalties Saved
1
1

Distribution

Passes Completed
296 / 608
355 / 689
Crosses completed
/ 0
/ 0
Assists
0
0
Chances created
1
1

Discipline

Fouls awarded
3
3
Fouls conceded
1
1
Yellow cards
0
0
Red cards
0
0

Alex McCarthy Biography

Last updated 27 Jul 2019
Nationality
English
Age
30
Height
193 cm
Weight
79 kg
Saints debut
21 Sep 2016

Former clubs: Reading, Woking (loan) Aldershot (loan), Cambridge United (loan), Yeovil (loan), Brentford (loan), Leeds (loan), Ipswich (loan), QPR, Crystal Palace.

Early days

Guildford-born McCarthy came through the ranks at Reading’s academy where he eventually earned first team football following numerous spells out on loan.

Although often away from his parent club after turning professional, McCarthy was highly regarded by the Royals’ hierarchy, and was initially called up to represent England Under-21s in 2009 before making his first appearance at that level a year later.

Breakthrough

He made his football league debut as a 19 year-old with Aldershot Town and completed the 2008/09 season at Brentford.

A season-long loan to Yeovil Town saw him play 44 league games and keep 12 clean sheets. He also faced up to Southampton for the first time towards the end of that campaign where he was on the end of a 1-0 defeat at Huish Park as Lee Barnard scored a late winner against him.

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The first half of the 2011/12 season was spent at Elland Road with Leeds United to cover for injured shot stopper Andy Lonergan. Midway through the campaign, McCarthy moved on to Ipswich Town following Lonergan’s recovery.

Premier League debut

Regular game time saw McCarthy return to Reading for the start of their return to the Premier League and although he was initially second choice to Federici again, the Australian’s loss of form early on in the campaign gave McCarthy an opportunity to stake his claim.

Despite being forced to miss a chunk of the season with a shoulder injury, he came back and produced some outstanding displays towards the end of the campaign including a memorable clean sheet recorded against Liverpool.

His performances earned a call up to the senior England squad during 2013 for friendlies against Republic of Ireland and Brazil, where he first encountered Southampton’s Head of Goalkeeping Dave Watson.

Staying in the Premier League

McCarthy stayed at the club following the R’s relegation back to the Championship, but earned a move back to the Premier League when he was snapped up by Queens Park Rangers following their promotion back to the top-flight.

After one season at Loftus Road, McCarthy moved across London to join Crystal Palace in the summer of 2015, but cut short his time at Selhurst Park to join up with Southampton, and Watson, on a three-year contract following the departure of Paulo Gazzaniga on loan to Rayo Vallecano.

McCarthy's first Saints appearance came in a Checkatrade Trophy clash with Charlton Athletic in August 2016, with his Premier League bow with Southampton coming in December 2017, as he kept a clean sheet in a 0-0 draw away to Manchester United.

That sparked a consistent spell as the club's number-one keeper, with McCarthy's form in the second half of that campaign so strong that it earned him both the Fans' and Players' Player of the Season prizes at the end of it, while he also signed a new four-year deal with the club in the summer of 2018.