goey

goey

(ˈɡəʊɪ)
adj
(of a person) go-ahead
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Another former player, former Chelsea goalkeeper Ed De Goey, has also praised ADVOCAAT and has said Sunderland have appointed the "perfect" man.
The mild suspicions that Glasgow's Zoey Van Goey are really quite young are confirmed when they reveal that none of them can drive - and that they all have to leave early to catch the last train back through to the West.
But Stoke goalkeeper Ed de Goey, a professional footballer before Nicholls was born, arched upward and backward to turn the ball away.
STOKE hero Ed de Goey is praying for one last stab at FA Cup glory before he quits.
It took only 60 seconds for the duo to get into their stride with a Tessem header teeing up Hayles for an 18-yard shot which brought a fine save from Ed De Goey.
A mistake by Thomas let in Dave Kitson, but keeper Ed De Goey did just enough to snuff out his chance.
Former West Ham winger Jobi McAnuff also tested visiting goalkeeper Ed de Goey with a raking shot from 20 yards.
Smith latched onto a through ball from Wrexham captain Darren Ferguson and when his shot rebounded off City goalkeeper Ed de Goey striker Chris Llewellyn slotted home the opener on 37 minutes.
Dutch international Ed De Goey was struggling to be fit for today's match against Reading.
But before the stunned Albion faithful could say 'Ronnie Rosenthal', Dobie showed great character to steer the ball past Stoke goalkeeper Ed de Goey to clinch the Baggies' first victory against the Potters for 15 years.
FIRST DIVISION Stoke have completed the signing of former Holland and Chelsea goalkeeper Ed de Goey.