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Adam Federici | Goalkeeper | #1

Team: Bournemouth
Age / DOB:  (31) / 1/31/1985
Ht / Wt:  6'2" / 198

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Eddie Howe is facing a goalkeeping crisis after the Cherries’ boss admitted Adam Federici "was in a bad way, he's going to be out for the foreseeable future."
Federici landed awkwardly during the first half of Saturdays’ game against Everton - twisting his ankle - and although the goalkeeper was able to continue until the break, the Aussie was was forced off at half-time as Ryan Allsop came on for his Premier League debut. Federici was later pictured in the dugout on crutches wearing a protective cast and post-match Howe revealed "Adam does not look good, it looks like he has twisted his ankle to point where it has blown up, it is really swollen so he was no good at half-time." Federici has been deputising for Artur Boruc and it now looks like the 35-year-old is also set for an extended period out. The Poland international will see a knee specialist this week and his short-term availability "does not look good." Mon, Nov 30, 2015 05:23:00 AM

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Eddie Howe turned to Adam Federici to mind the goal for Bournemouth today, but it made little difference in the outcome as they fell to Southampton, 2-0.

Both of the Saints goals today came from excellent crosses that set the scorers up perfectly to where there was little Federici could do. Considering the defensive calamities the Cherries had shown in the last couple of matches, giving up only two today could be seen as somewhat of a positive, but the fact is they are in real danger with so many key figures missing long term. From a fantasy perspective, it is a veritable wasteland right now, even for the likes of Matt Ritchie
Source: NBC Sports
Sun, Nov 1, 2015 01:15:00 PM

Former Reading goalkeeper Adam Federici has signed with AFC Bournemouth on a free transfer.

Federici had his contract expire at the end of the 2014/2015 season and Reading had no interest in striking a new deal. Federici had spent the previous ten years under Reading's control, with loan spells to several other clubs peppered in along the way. Unless something strange is afoot, he should arrive at Dean Court with his role already known - a backup to Artur Boruc, who the Cherries brought in from Southampton just a few days ago.
Source: Sky Sports
Tue, Jun 2, 2015 12:52:00 PM