Today's Conrad Logan Talking Points
Conrad Joseph Logan (born 18 April 1986) is an Irish football goalkeeper who currently plays for Rochdale. He was educated at Saint Eunan's College in Letterkenny, County Donegal, and is a former Irish youth international.
Logan joined the Leicester City academy in 2001, making his professional debut in 2005. He largely served Leicester as a backup goalkeeper, playing for several other clubs on loan. During a loan spell at Stockport County, Logan helped the club win the 2008 Football League Two play-off Final. Logan became Leicester's longest serving player, until he was released from his contract in 2015.
After spending over a year out of the game, mainly due to injury, Logan signed for Scottish club Hibernian in March 2016. In his debut appearance for the club he made two saves in a penalty shoot-out earning them a place in the 2016 Scottish Cup Final, which they went on to win.Close