Bryan Gunn

Where is Bryan Gunn now?

A legend between the sticks at Norwich City, Bryan Gunn retired from playing in 1999 after a short spell with Hibernian.

He had many memorable highlights during his career at the Canaries including the victory over European giants Bayern Munich in the 1993 UEFA Cup in which he made a string of saves to keep them in the match.

He ended his playing days having made over 450 first team appearances winning the European Cup Winner’s Cup and the Scottish League Cup during his time in Scotland with Aberdeen.

He also represented the Scotland national side winning six caps between 1990 and 1994 and was a member of the squad which went to the 1990 FIFA World Cup.
 
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In retirement, Gunn has kept extremely close to Norwich City and worked in various parts of the club including hospitality (predominantly in The Gunn Club which was named in his honour), sponsorship, goalkeeping coach and also as first team manager, albeit in a brief caretaker capacity.

Norwich City fans hold him in such high regard that he was one of 25 players inducted into the club’s inaugural hall of fame.

Since 2011 he has been working as director of talent recruitment at Cheshire-based agency Triple S Sports & Entertainment Group.

His son, Angus has followed his father into professional football and is currently playing as a goalkeeper for Southampton.

Follow on Twitter @MrGunny1963

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Bryan Gunn: Premier League Statistics

NationalityScottish
PositionGoalkeeper
Appearances104
Goals0
Yellow Cards3
Red Cards0
Premier League Teams Played forNorwich City

Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com