Matt Duke

Matt Duke

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Matthew "Matt" Duke (born 16 June 1977) is an English footballer who last played for Hull City as a goalkeeper.


Duke began his career playing for a pub football side in Bradway, Sheffield.Football Focus 28 February 2009 He joined Hull City on 23 July 2004 from Burton Albion for a fee of £20,000, which could rise to £60,000 depending on appearances. He was a regular starter at Burton, having made 78 league appearances for them in his three seasons at the club, but at Hull he spent several seasons mainly being used as cover for first-choice goalkeeper Boaz Myhill, making few first-team appearances and spending time on loan at Stockport County and Wycombe Wanderers.

In 2007–08, Duke impressed sufficiently in a League Cup match against Crewe to retain his place in the Hull team for the subsequent league game and demote Myhill to the bench. He was also selected for the next two matches, but a thigh injury prevented him from finally getting a run in the team.

On 5 January 2008 Duke underwent an operation to remove a testicular tumour. He returned to the squad on 29 March to take his place on the bench for a 3–0 victory against Watford.

On 1 June 2008, Duke completed the "Keep Your Eye On The Ball" 5 km run in London's Victoria Park, in aid of the Everyman Campaign cancer charity. In September 2008, Duke, manager Phil...
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