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EVERTON PAST PLAYER PROFILES

Carlo Nash

Squad number 1
Position Goalkeeper
Joined on 1 September 2008
Joined from Wigan Athletic
Transfer fee Undisclosed
Full debut v BATE Borisov (H)
17 December 2009
Contract duration 2 years
Contract expires June 2010
Finalé (sub) v BATE Borisov (H)
17 December 2009
Left Everton 14 July 2010
Destination Stoke City
Transfer Fee None (Free Agent)
Born Bolton
Date of birth 13 September 1973
Height 6' 5" (197 cm)
Nickname(s)  
Honours

STRENGTHS
 
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Soccerbase Datafile

Perhaps more than any other position, David Moyes has hired and fired a number of goalkeepers in his time at Goodison.  Having added the name of Stefan Wessels to that list at the end of the 2007-08 season,  and being clearly uncomfortable relying on the raw talent of either Iain Turner or John Ruddy, David Moyes snapped up ageing veteran Carlo Nash, third-choice keeper at mighty Wigan Athletic.   

Despite his advanced age (36), Nash was given a two-year contract (with an optional third) — though it flew in the face of the tacit "No Over 30s" policy that had seen Lee Carsley dispensed with for the sake of a similar contractual arrangement, the journeyman shot-stopper did at least provide experienced cover.

Nash's first season at Everton was spent warming the bench: literally. With Tim Howard playing every minute of every senior game, Carlo Nash was on the sub's bench for all except one — a Carling League Cup game at Blackburn — he was cup-tied, having already appeared for Wigan.

The next season finally saw Nash make his debut for Everton after sitting on the bench unused for 65 games.  He made his Everton debut in the dead rubber Europa League game against BATE Borisov when David Moyes chose to rest most of the senior team and go with his reserve and academy players.

That would be his only senior appearance in an Everton shirt. His contract expired and he left to join Stoke City in the sumer of 2010.

By Michael Kenrick
Last updated July 2010


Everton Career
Season Squad
Number
League
Apps (sub)
League
Goals
Cup
Apps (sub)
Cup
Goals
Total
Apps (sub)
Total
Goals
2008-09
1
0 (0)
0
0 (0)
0
0 (0)
0
2009-10
1
0 (0)
0
1 (0)
0
1 (0)
0
  Totals
0 (0)
0
1 (0)
0
1 (0)
0

 

Previous Career
Season Team Appearances (sub) Goals
1996–1998 Crystal Palace  21 0
1998–2001 Stockport County 89 0
2000–2001 Wolverhampton Wanderers (loan) 0 0
2001–2003 Manchester City 38 0
2003–2005 Middlesbrough 3 0
2005–2007 Preston North End 82 0
2007 Wigan Athletic (loan)   0
2007–2008 Wigan Athletic 0 0
2008 Stoke City (loan) 10 0
 

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