Brad Friedel has played for four different teams since entering the Premiership in 1997. His short stint with Liverpool led to a starting role with Blackburn. He was the starting goalkeeper for the Rovers from 2000-2008 while creating many memorable and historic moments in the EPL.
He helped Blackburn win the League Cup in 2002, and was named Blackburn's ‘Player of the Year’ and the EPL's Best XI during the 2002-2003 season.
In 2004, he scored in the run of play, making him the second goalkeeper ever to do so in Premier League history.
Following the 2007-2008 season, Friedel found himself playing for Aston Villa. During his three seasons at Villa Park, Friedel was able to break the record of consecutive Premier League games played after his 167th appearance in 2008.
Three years later, Friedel reached the 250 mark for consecutive Premier League games played and still holds the record to this day.
After his Aston Villa contract expired, Friedel has gone on to play for Tottenham on a two-year deal.
Friedel has recorded 408 EPL, 45 FA Cup, and 26 UEFA appearances.