Angus Gunn
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Goalkeeper
Angus Gunn
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2018/2019 Key Performance Stats Last updated 20 Jul 2019
Games Played
17
Minutes played
1.5K
Games Started
17
Goals
0
Clean sheets
5
Goals
conceded
23
Mins per goals
conceded
67
Shots saved
69%
Total
saves
52
Saves
per game
3
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Angus Gunn Saints History

Last updated 20 Jul 2019
Total matches
17
Emirates FA Cup
2
Carabao Cup
3
Premier League
12
Goals
0
Seasons
1
Saints debut
28 Aug 2018
Brighton & Hove Albion
Southampton FC

Southampton FC

Season Appearances Emirates FA Cup Carabao Cup Premier League Goals
2018/2019 17 2 3 12 0

Angus Gunn Season Stats

League Only
Last updated 20 Jul 2019

General

Games Played
12
17
Minutes played
1K
1.5K
Games Started
12
17
Subs on/off
0
0

Goalkeeping

Clean sheets
3
5
Shots Saved
33 / 51
52 / 75
Saves per game
3
3
Minutes per goal conceded
60
67
Catches
3
4
Punches
3
4
Clearances
11
15
Penalties Saved
1
1

Distribution

Passes Completed
102 / 289
181 / 436
Crosses completed
/ 0
/ 0
Assists
0
0
Chances created
0
0

Discipline

Fouls awarded
2
2
Fouls conceded
0
0
Yellow cards
0
0
Red cards
0
0

Angus Gunn Biography

Last updated 03 Jul 2019
Nationality
English
Age
23
Height
196 cm
Weight
77 kg
Saints debut
28 Aug 2018

Former clubs: Manchester City, Norwich City (loan)

Early years

Born in Norwich, Angus Gunn is the son of Canaries legend and former Scotland international goalkeeper Bryan Gunn.

Gunn Jr very much followed in his father’s footsteps, with his talent as a keeper quickly evident.

It was with Norwich where he began his youth career, impressing to such an extent at an early age that Manchester City brought him into their academy set-up at the age of 15.

In Manchester, he played a key part in their successful youth teams, helping them reach the quarter-finals of the UEFA Youth League and winning the 2014/15 Under-18 title.



During the 2016/17 campaign, Gunn would primarily train and travel with the first-team group and feature on the bench, as well as making five starts for their Under-23s.



Making the step up

In 2017/18, he got his first taste of senior football, as he was loaned back to Norwich for the campaign, enhancing his burgeoning reputation by being an ever-present.


His senior debut came away at Fulham, before a first clean sheet in August during a 2-0 home success over QPR. 

On the international scene, Gunn has represented England at all major international levels from Under-16s through to the Under-21s.

In 2016, he helped the Under-21s to win the Toulon Tournament, a side captained by James Ward-Prowse and also including Matt Targett, Nathan Redmond and Jack Stephens.

Having featured in the Under-21s squad during the European Championships in Poland, he earned his first senior call in November 2017 following Jack Butland’s withdrawal through injury.

Moving to St Mary's

Gunn arrived at St Mary’s in the summer of 2018, initially operating as the back-up to Alex McCarthy.

His Saints debut came in a 1-0 League Cup victory away to Brighton, in August 2018, with his Premier League bow coming in early January, as he impressively kept a clean sheet in a 0-0 draw at Chelsea.

It wasn’t too long until Gunn then claimed the regular starting spot for himself, finishing his opening season at St Mary’s as the club’s first choice.