- matches played 379
- goals 0
- assists 0
- Last appearance (days ago) 10
Until now, Mathew Ryan has been present in 38 games. The 27-year-old Matfootballerw Ryan was born on April 8, 1992 and is therefore NaN years younger than his team's average age. At present, Brighton & Hove Albion FC is in Premier League (United Kingdom) they are in 17th place. With a height of 1.84m, Mathew Ryan compares with Brighton & Hove Albion FC's mean tallness. He is a right footer just as 75% of Brighton & Hove Albion FC. As for winning percentages, he won with Brighton & Hove Albion FC only 0% of their home matches (10% in total) in Premier League. Unfortunately, his team recorded no wins in the last 5 games, registering a 2-games-in-a-row loss-streak including 3 draws.
So far in his career as football player, Mathew Ryan was part of four clubs. At 180.78lb, he carries 11lb more than the average Brighton & Hove Albion FC player. He completes Brighton & Hove Albion FC's goal department, alongside players like David Button, Robert Sanchez and Jason Steele. Before joining Brighton & Hove Albion FC, Mathew Ryan impressed at KRC Genk, Club Brugge and Valencia CF. In terms of top seasons, the Pro League 13/14 (Belgium) was his best one yet, breaking one personal record in terms of appearances.
When it comes to unfortunate moments, he scored once in the wrong net since becoming professional. This was in AFC Champions League 2013 (Australia) with Central Coast Mariners FC. Mathew Ryan received 13 penalties throughout his entire career (all yellow). This leads to an average of 0.52 cards per season. In the current playtime, he caught 2 yellow cards. Throughout his professional career, he participated in 329 games, the last appearance being two days ago. He wears the jerses number 1 strip at Brighton & Hove Albion FC.
Besides playing for Brighton & Hove Albion FC, Mathew Ryan additionally is a member of Australia. With each day at Brighton & Hove Albion FC, he is extending his personal record stay with a club which counts three years and 5 months for the time being. His shortest stay in a club has been three months in his present-day squad.
(Last edited May 14, 2019)