Stefan Postma

Stefan Postma

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Stefan Postma (born June 10, 1976 in Utrecht, Netherlands) is a Dutch football and goalkeeper who currently plays for AGOVV ApeldoornHe started his professional career at FC Utrecht before moving to De Graafschap. He was signed by Aston Villa from De Graafschap on May 14, 2002 for 1.5 million pounds, upon Peter Schmeichel's transfer to Manchester City F.C. Postma's debut came unexpectedly in a 0–1 defeat at Southampton on October 21, 2002, following the dismissal of Peter Enckelman.

After manager David O'Leary's purchase of Thomas Sørensen, Postma became the number two choice goalkeeper at the club, and he was called upon twice in the 2003/04 season and three times in 2004/05.

In his final days at Aston Villa the club and himself were speculated to have been in talks with several other clubs across Europe, but these moves were turned down by both Aston Villa and Postma himself. Postma eventually went on loan to Wolverhampton Wanderers at the start of the 2005–6 season.

In January 2006, he signed a contract to remain at Wolves until the end of the season. It was announced on 5 May that Postma would leave Wolves in the summer, and he returned to the Eredivisie with ADO Den Haag .

In August 2008, Postma rejoined former club De Graafschap, on a six-month contract. He is currently on trial at Sheffield United.

It was rumoured on the last day of the transfer window in the Summer of 2009 that Phil Brown was considering Postma as a transfer to Hull City. However this did not...
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