Oliver LaRue Peterson is a Danish footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for the Premier League club Liverpool F.C. and for the Danish national team.
Senior Career Edit
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Liverpool F.C. Edit
In his first year of professional football, he only got three appearances, all three in the FA Cup. In his first game against Bournemouth in the Third Round, he made 7 saves and kept a clean sheet to send Liverpool through with a narrow 1-0 result. In his second game, he played Leeds United, a team that had just recently entered the Premier League that year. Though not preserving a clean sheet, he was able to make a crucial kick-save to help Liverpool go through 2-1. The final match he played was against Manchester United in the FA, and they ended up losing 3-1. He didn't see any more game time all season.
Yeovil Town F.C. (Loan) Edit
A very active season for LaRue, and exactly what he needed as well. He played every single league game after much concern about injuries for Yeovil's first choice keeper, as well as two FA Cup games. Yeovil, a definite struggling side, were in an unfortunate relegation battle that many remember as the one that LaRue helped them get out of. His heroics earned him 221 saves, 14 clean sheets and acknowledgement from many big teams that were looking to scout out new talent.