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Petr Cech is a talented goalkeeper currently playing for Chelsea. After impressing as a youngster with Sparta Prague and then Rennes, he joined the Blues in July 2004. In his first season in England he set a then record of 1,025 minutes without conceding a goal, en route to the first of the club's back-to-back league titles. A three-time UEFA Best Goalkeeper Award winner, Petr's career and indeed life were threatened in late 2006 when he suffered a fractured skull. It kept him sidelined for three months, and has meant he has had to wear head protection when playing ever since. For a long time it was apparent that he was no longer the same goalkeeper but he bounced back with a strong 2010-11 campaign, earning the Chelsea Player of the Season award. He remains first choice 'keeper for the Czech Republic for whom he has now won over 80 caps. © 2011 - PFA Player Profiles
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