Tim Krul

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Tim Krul
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Krul training with the Netherlands in 2014
Personal information
Full name Timothy Michael Krul [1]
Date of birth (1988-04-03) 3 April 1988 (age 35) [2]
Place of birth The Hague, Netherlands
Height 1.93 m (6 ft 4 in) [3]
Position(s) Goalkeeper
Team information
Current team
Luton Town
Number 23
Youth career
Hvv RAS
1996–2005 ADO Den Haag
2005–2006 Newcastle United
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
2006–2017 Newcastle United 160 (0)
2007–2008Falkirk (loan) 22 (0)
2008–2009Carlisle United (loan) 9 (0)
2016–2017Ajax (loan) 0 (0)
2016–2017Jong Ajax (loan) 6 (0)
2017AZ (loan) 16 (0)
2017Brighton & Hove Albion (loan) 0 (0)
2017–2018 Brighton & Hove Albion 0 (0)
2018–2023 Norwich City 163 (0)
2023– Luton Town 0 (0)
International career
2002 Netherlands U15 1 (0)
2004 Netherlands U16 1 (0)
2004–2005 Netherlands U17 19 (0)
2006–2007 Netherlands U19 6 (0)
2008–2009 Netherlands U20 4 (0)
2009–2011 Netherlands U21 12 (0)
2011– Netherlands 15 (0)
Medal record
Representing Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands
FIFA World Cup
Bronze medal icon.svg 2014
UEFA European Under-21 Championship
Winner 2007
FIFA U-17 World Cup
Bronze medal icon.svg 2005
UEFA European Under-17 Championship
Runner-up 2005
*Club domestic league appearances and goals, correct as of 18:29, 4 February 2023
‡ National team caps and goals, correct as of 22:40, 2 June 2021 (UTC)

Timothy Michael Krul (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈkrʏl] ; born 3 April 1988) is a Dutch professional footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for Premier League club Luton Town and the Netherlands national team.

Contents

Krul has represented the Netherlands at every level since 2002. He made his debut for the full national team in July 2011 and was part of the team that came third at the 2014 FIFA World Cup.

Club career

Newcastle United

Krul began his career at hometown club RAS and later local Eredivisie club ADO Den Haag. He joined Premier League club Newcastle United in the summer of 2005 on a three-year deal after failing to sign professional terms. ADO demanded a compensation fee and objected to the FIFA Dispute Resolution Chamber (DRC). The DRC denied the claim and ADO took the case to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS). CAS ruled in February 2007 in favour of ADO, ordering Newcastle to pay €220,000 as compensation for the transfer. [4]

Following an injury to Newcastle's first-choice goalkeeper Shay Given, Krul appeared on the bench as back-up to second-choice Steve Harper. Krul made his Newcastle debut in the UEFA Cup on 2 November 2006 against Palermo. His debut was well-received; he displayed his shot-stopping abilities, saving efforts from Giuseppe Biava and David Di Michele and recording a clean sheet in the process. [5]

He was injured during the warm-up prior to the second leg tie against Palermo and then aggravated that injury in the warm-up before a game against Watford. He required two cartilage operations as a result, keeping him out of action for almost six months. He returned to action in April 2007. [6]

On 13 June 2007, he signed a new four-year contract with Newcastle. [7] In the same month, he was part of the Dutch Under-21 squad that won the European Championships and also qualified for the 2008 Summer Olympics.[ citation needed ]

Falkirk (loan)

On 3 August 2007, Krul joined Scottish side Falkirk on loan, originally until 1 January 2008 though it was later extended until the end of the season after a number of impressive performances. The following day he made his debut for Falkirk and kept a clean sheet as the team won 4–0 against Gretna. [8] Falkirk initially wanted to sign him on a permanent deal but it was refused by Newcastle. [9]

In the two games immediately following his debut, he conceded four goals against Celtic and seven goals against Rangers at Ibrox. Krul was sent off for the first time in his professional career on 2 January 2008 after reacting badly to an opponent's challenge. Shortly afterwards, he suffered a dislocated shoulder during a Scottish Cup defeat against Aberdeen and missed the rest of the season.[ citation needed ]

Carlisle United (loan)

On 21 November 2008, Krul joined Carlisle United on a one-month loan from Newcastle to replace Ben Alnwick, who had rejoined Tottenham Hotspur. [10] The loan deal was extended for a further month in December with Krul returning to Newcastle in January.[ citation needed ]

Return to Newcastle

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Krul playing for Newcastle United in 2012

Krul returned to Newcastle as backup to first choice Steve Harper. He made his senior league debut on 8 August 2009 in the opening Football League Championship game of the season away to West Bromwich Albion, coming on as a half time substitute for the injured Harper. Following this match, The Guardian called him "an excellent reserve goalkeeper". [11] He later played the full Football League Cup match against Huddersfield Town on 26 August 2009, which Newcastle won 4–3. Krul also started the 2–0 League Cup defeat to Peterborough. Against Swansea City on 28 November, he again came on to replace the injured Steve Harper. On 2 January, he played in the FA Cup Third Round tie against Plymouth Argyle, the game ending 0–0. He then played in the replay at St James' Park on 13 January, a 3–0 victory. Krul started his first league game for Newcastle on 2 May 2010, the last day of the Championship campaign, against Queens Park Rangers at Loftus Road and kept a clean sheet. In July 2010, Krul signed a new four-year contract with Newcastle. [12]

Krul made his Premier League debut for Newcastle on 18 September 2010 against Everton at Goodison Park, coming on as a substitute in the 35th minute for the injured Steve Harper in a match that ended in a 1–0 win for the Magpies. [13] He made his first Premier League start on 26 September against Stoke City at St James' Park. [14] He then played against Manchester City in a 2–1 loss, Wigan Athletic in a 2–2 draw and in the 2–1 away win to West Ham United, before starting in his first Tyne-Wear derby, Newcastle winning 5–1, and a 1–0 away win at Arsenal a week later.[ citation needed ]

Following his good performances, Alan Pardew gave him more chances. He eventually became first choice and Harper was sent on loan to Brighton & Hove Albion. He started the 2011–12 season well, keeping clean sheets in the first two matches of the season against Arsenal and Sunderland. On 3 December 2011, Krul made his 50th Newcastle appearance against Chelsea. He saved a Frank Lampard penalty and made several other impressive saves, although Newcastle went on to lose the game 3–0. On 3 March 2012, Krul signed a new five-year contract at Newcastle United. [15] Krul then went on to play in the away game against Arsenal, which Newcastle lost 2–1. [16] During the match, fellow Dutchman Robin van Persie accused Krul of wasting time throughout the match and taunted Krul after the match had ended. The row continued into the tunnel and the two players had to be separated. [17] Although he received criticism from Arsenal player Jack Wilshere, [18] teammate James Perch defended Krul, believing van Persie "out of order". [19] At the end of the season, Krul received Toon Talk's Newcastle United Player of the Year award. [20]

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Krul playing for Newcastle United in 2015

In the summer before the 2012–13 Premier League, Krul was given the number 1 jersey, with Steve Harper receiving number 37. [21] Krul started the first three matches of the season before suffering an elbow injury whilst on international duty. [22] After seven weeks off, Krul returned to training. [23] Krul made his return in the Tyne–Wear derby on 21 October 2012, a 1–1 draw. [24] He injured his ankle during a Europa League match in the Round of 32 against Ukrainian side Metalist Kharkiv which ruled him out for five weeks. [25] In the Tyne–Wear derby on 14 April 2013, Krul suffered a dislocated shoulder on 57th minutes after he landed awkwardly after punching away an Adam Johnson free-kick. [26] After surgery on his dislocated shoulder, Krul was ruled out for the rest of the 2012–13 season. [27]

Ahead of the 2013–14 season, Krul made his first appearance since his ankle injury in a friendly match against Rangers. [28] In November, Krul made some impressive displays, conceding just two goals and keeping clean sheets against Tottenham, where he made a total of 14 saves during the match [29] ), and Chelsea. His impressive displays earned him November's Premier League Player of the Month. [30] Krul's performance was praised by Newcastle United goalkeeping legend Pavel Srníček [31] and manager Alan Pardew. [32]

Krul sustained an ankle injury in training before Newcastle's match with West Ham United and was ruled out for up to six weeks with the injury. [33] Krul returned in his side's 2–0 defeat to Chelsea. [34]

Return to the Netherlands

On 25 August 2016, Krul signed a one-year contract extension at Newcastle United before joining Ajax on a season-long loan deal to provide him with top-tier first-team football as he continued his recovery from injury. [35] That deal was cut short, Krul only playing six games for the club's reserve side, and, in January 2017, he joined fellow Eredivisie side AZ Alkmaar on loan for the rest of the season. [36]

Brighton & Hove Albion

On 31 August 2017, Krul signed for Premier League club Brighton & Hove Albion on a season-long loan, reuniting him with former Newcastle manager Chris Hughton. [37] On 19 September, he made his debut for the club in an EFL Cup third round tie against AFC Bournemouth. [38] The following day, he signed a permanent deal with Brighton, ending his twelve-year association with Newcastle. [39] At the end of the season, Krul left the club. [40]

Norwich City

Krul signed for Championship club Norwich City on 24 July 2018 on a two-year contract. [41] He signed a new three-year contract in June 2019. [42] Krul was named Norwich City's Player of the Season in the club's 2019–20 campaign, making him only the fifth ever different goalkeeper to win the Barry Butler memorial trophy.

Krul remained Norwich's starting keeper for the 2020–21 season. He would suffer a hamstring injury in November in a game against Stoke City, being replaced by Michael McGovern. [43] He proceeded to miss a number of games between then and the end of January, with McGovern or Daniel Barden deputising, but eventually regained his place as Norwich won the Championship and promotion back to the Premier League.

Krul was once again the first choice goalkeeper for the 2021–22 season but Norwich now had Angus Gunn as an alternative. After a run of poor results, Krul was absent from two games in December with Gunn played instead. Krul would regain his place for the next two games, only to suffer a late injury in a game against Everton. [44] He would be out of the side until March, retaining his place as Norwich were relegated back to the Championship at the first attempt.

The following season would again see Krul start as first choice but his days as Norwich's No.1 were drawing to an end. Following a 3–2 home defeat by Preston North End, [45] Krul was replaced by Gunn in the starting line-up. He was restored to the side by new manager David Wagner for his first game in charge, ironically against Preston, [46] with Norwich winning the game 4–0. This was to be short-lived however, and Krul made his final appearance for Norwich two games later, in a 3–0 defeat to Burnley. [47]

Luton Town

On 17 August 2023, Krul signed for Premier League club Luton Town with an undisclosed contract length. [48] [49]

International career

Krul training with the Netherlands national team in 2015 Tim Krul 2015.jpg
Krul training with the Netherlands national team in 2015

Krul represented the Netherlands national team at U17 level at the 2005 FIFA U-17 World Cup in Peru. He represented the U21s at the 2008 Toulon Tournament and was a regular in the side for the 2011 European Under-21 Championship qualifying campaign.[ citation needed ]

On 4 June 2011, Krul made the starting eleven for the Netherlands in a friendly against Brazil, his first cap at senior level. [50] He went on to keep a clean sheet, pulling off a string of decent saves in a 0–0 draw. He played his second match for the international team four days later against Uruguay in a 3–4 penalty shoot-out loss, the match having finished 1–1 after 90 minutes. [51] He was called up to the Netherlands UEFA Euro 2012 squad but did not make any appearances. In new coach Louis van Gaal's first competitive game in charge against Turkey in Amsterdam, Krul was selected as starting goalkeeper, keeping a clean sheet in a 2–0 win for the Oranje.[ citation needed ]

In June 2014, Krul was included in the Netherlands' squad for the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil. In the quarter-final against Costa Rica, he was brought on by Louis van Gaal as a 120th-minute substitute for the penalty shootout. He saved two of the five penalties he faced as the Netherlands won 4–3. [52] This was the first time in the history of the World Cup that a goalkeeper was sent on as a substitute solely for a penalty shootout. [53]

Career statistics

Club

As of match played 27 January 2024
Appearances and goals by club, season and competition
ClubSeasonLeagueNational cup [lower-alpha 1] League cup [lower-alpha 2] OtherTotal
DivisionAppsGoalsAppsGoalsAppsGoalsAppsGoalsAppsGoals
Newcastle United 2006–07 [54] Premier League 0000001 [lower-alpha 3] 010
2007–08 [55] Premier League000000
2008–09 [56] Premier League0000
2009–10 [57] Championship 30302080
2010–11 [58] Premier League2101030250
2011–12 [59] Premier League3802020420
2012–13 [60] Premier League24000006 [lower-alpha 4] 0300
2013–14 [61] Premier League3600020380
2014–15 [62] Premier League3000010310
2015–16 [63] Premier League80001090
2016–17 [64] Championship
Total160060110701840
Falkirk (loan) 2007–08 [55] Scottish Premier League 2202020260
Carlisle United (loan) 2008–09 [56] League One 900090
Jong Ajax (loan) 2016–17 [65] Eerste Divisie 6060
AZ (loan) 2016–17 [65] Eredivisie 160206 [lower-alpha 5] 0240
Brighton & Hove Albion 2017–18 [66] Premier League00401050
Brighton & Hove Albion U21 2017–18 [66] 1 [lower-alpha 6] 010
Norwich City 2018–19 [67] Championship4600000460
2019–20 [68] Premier League3602000380
2020–21 [69] Championship3601000370
2021–22 [70] Premier League2902000310
2022–23 [71] Championship1601000170
2023–24 [72] Championship00000000
Total16306000001690
Luton Town 2023–24 [72] Premier League00302050
Career total37602301601404290
  1. Includes FA Cup, Scottish Cup, KNVB Cup
  2. Includes EFL Cup, Scottish League Cup
  3. Appearance in UEFA Cup
  4. Appearances in UEFA Europa League
  5. Two appearances in UEFA Europa League, four appearances in Eredivisie European play-offs
  6. Appearance in EFL Trophy

International

As of match played 2 June 2021 [73]
Netherlands
YearAppsGoals
201120
201220
201310
201420
201510
202030
202140
Total150

Honours

Norwich City

Netherlands U17

Netherlands U21

Netherlands

Individual

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