Marshall playing for the Florian Republic in 2018.
|Full name||Patrick Stephan Marshall|
|Year of birth||1991|
|Place of birth||Dragonmoor, Florian Republic|
|Current club||Xäiville Teflons FC|
|2018–||Xäiville Teflons FC|
|* Appearances (Goals) |
Player has received at least one call-up for any emboldened national teams
Patrick Marshall is a Florian professional footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for CrFA League 1 club Xäiville Teflons FC and the Florian Republic national football team. Marshall has previously played for RB Dragonmoor's academy, reserve, and senior teams before joining the Craitish side. He signed for Xäiville Teflons FC for a fee of Cr 11 million in June 2018. Marshall has made the most appearances for the Florian national side and has kept 17 clean sheets.
Early and personal life
Patrick Marshall was born in a suburb in the south of Dragonmoor and attended private school there.
Xäiville Teflons FC
On the 6th June 2018, Marshall signed for CrFA League 1 club Xäiville Teflons FC for Cr 11 million, making him the second most expensive goalkeeper on Micras and the most expensive player from the Florian Republic at the time. Marshall was given the number 1 jersey upon signing.
On 17th June 2017, Marshall was called up to the Florian Republic squad by manager Russel Jordan for the teams first ever international match. He came on at the 70th minute due to the injury of Edwin Farrar. Patrick Marshall has since started every match for the national team. However, in March 2019, due to more competition for the number one jersey, Marshall was absent against Florian Eura and was eventually dropped as starting goalkeeper at the 2019 FMF World Cup. However, Marshall would regain his role as starting goalie after the Florian Republic's embarrassing 1-0 defeat to Los Liberados in their 2020 Copa Apollonia qualification campaign. Marshall would then lose the starting role after Tom Ward returned to his normal form in the remainder of the qualifying tournament.