Mark Bosnich exclusive: “Andre Onana is a top goalkeeper – while Manchester United are underperforming though, he’ll always be under pressure”

Mark Bosnich
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Mark Bosnich knows what it’s like to replace a long-serving goalkeeper at Manchester United – and he’s had sympathy with Andre Onana during a challenging first season at Old Trafford.

The Australian began the 1999-2000 campaign as Manchester United goalkeeper following the departure of Peter Schmeichel – this season, Onana joined the club as the replacement for David de Gea.

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Chris Flanagan
Senior Staff Writer

Chris joined FourFourTwo in 2015 and has reported from more than 20 countries, in places as varied as Ivory Coast and the Arctic Circle. He's interviewed Pele, Zlatan and Santa Claus (it's a long story), as well as covering the World Cup, AFCON and the Clasico. He previously spent 10 years as a newspaper journalist, and completed the 92 in 2017.