Raimond Van Der Gouw Profile

Rai­mond van der Gouw made his Man­chester Uni­ted de­but in a goal­less Pre­miership draw ag­ainst As­ton Vil­la at Vil­la Park on the 21st of Septem­ber 1996 and pro­ceeded to make 37 Pre­mier Lea­gue ap­pear­ances for the Old Traf­ford club be­tween 1996 and 2002. As a Uni­ted play­er, he won the Pre­mier Lea­gue in 2000 and 2001, the FA Cup in 1999, the FA Char­ity Shield in 1996 and 1997, and the UEFA Cham­pi­ons Lea­gue in 1999. The Dutch­man fi­nally left Man­chester Uni­ted at the end of the 2001-2002 sea­son when he joi­ned fel­low Pre­mier Lea­gue si­de West Ham Uni­ted on a free trans­fer, but he nev­er played a com­pet­it­ive ga­me for The Ham­mers dur­ing his one-year-long stay in East Lon­don. Van der Gouw la­ter ap­peared for Ere­divis­ie te­am RKC Waal­wijk where the shot stop­per on­ly made one single top flight out­ing be­fore end­ing his play­ing days wi­th Eer­ste Di­vis­ie club AGOVV Apel­doorn in 2007, at the age of 44. Rai­mond van der Gouw: Go Ahead Eagles, Vitesse Arnhem, Man­chester Uni­ted, West Ham Uni­ted, RKC Waal­wijk, AGOVV Apel­doorn. Man­aging Ca­reer: None.


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