Roy Carroll
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"Roy Eric Carroll" is a Northern Irish association football/footballer who plays as a Goalkeeper (association football)/goalkeeper for English club Notts County F.C./Notts County. He is best known for his spells at Wigan Athletic F.C./Wigan Athletic, Manchester United F.C./Manchester United (where he won a Premier League winners medal and the 2004 FA Cup) and Olympiacos F.C./Olympiacos (where he won the Greek Superleague and the 2012 Greek Cup). He has also represented Northern Ireland national football team/Northern Ireland over 35 times at full international level, gaining his first cap in 1997, aged 19.

Carroll has also had a one-game managerial career, leading Barnet F.C./Barnet to a 2–1 victory in the 2011 Herts Senior Cup final against Stevenage F.C./Stevenage. Therefore, Carroll holds the unusual honour of having won a trophy in his only game as a manager.

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