Manchester City fans can recognise that, down the years, the club has had a long string of successful and legendary goalkeepers. Joe Corrigan came through the ranks at Maine Road in the late 1960s, going on to establish himself as the team's Number One as the club went on to domestic and European success. He's the player with the second-most number of appearances for City, behind only Alan Oakes, pulling on the goalkeeper jersey almost 600 times across 16 years. The Blue Moon Podcast's David Mooney caught up with him in 2012.
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