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|Yel = Yellow Cards/Cautions | Red = Red Cards/Dismissals|
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Pat had been with numerous clubs in his native Canada before he came to United. A full international he never played in a first team game for United and left to join Rochester Raging Rhinos at the end of his contract.
Last updated on Wednesday, September 30th, 2020 by B Orr.
International Debut: February 18th, 1988 v. Bermuda
The former Canadian Youth and Under-20s goalkeeper made his full debut in February 1988, against Bermuda aged 20. Over the next ten years he played in 26 international matches as his career took him to America and then Dundee United in October 1999. A regular in the national squad during his time at Tannadice, Pat was an unused substitute during Canada's Gold Cup win in February 2000. Although he ultimately failed to break into the United first team, he joined his national and club captain Jason de Vos in turning out regularly for Canada in their World Cup qualifiers against Panama, Trinidad & Tobago and Mexico throughout the second half of 2000. Returning to America in 2001, he continued to turn out for the Canadian team, winning a total of 60 caps, with his last appearance coming against Argentina in 2010.
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Pat was born on this date in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
Pat earned his first International cap for Canada, playing against Bermuda.
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