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Thomas Myhre



Thomas Myhre
Thomas Myhre is rated as one of the top Norwegian goalkeepers, establishing himself during his time at Viking Stavanger.

Joined Everton in November 1997 and made an excellent debut, keeping a clean sheet against a fine Leeds United side.

A commanding keeper known for excellent communication with his defence and phenomenal reflex saves.

Kept Neville Southall out of the Everton goal and despite a few errors during the fight against relegation at Goodison Park in the 1997/98 season remained in the Norway squad for the World Cup in France.

His form continued during a loan period at Rangers elevating him to the national team.

Was unable to displace Paul Gerrard as Everton's number one and then suffered a huge set back breaking his ankle while training with Norway in June 1999.

Recently joined Birmingham City on-loan.

Made international debut in a 2-0 win against Denmark in April 1998.

May struggle to get the number one spot above Frode Olsen but is a very dependable replacement if and when required.



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