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Highland League Goalkeeper Creates World Class Wikipedia Page

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We've all been guilty of commentating on our own incredible efforts - dribbling past all eleven (Imaginary) opposition players, before rifling the ball into the top corner - in our garden - and we've all dreamed about scoring the winner at Wembley.

But, normally, faced with the sadly obvious limitations of our own abilities, we tend to leave it there.

However, this is not the route for ambitious goalkeeper Fraser Hobday, who currently plays for Highland League side Huntly FC. He's created his own, incredibly detailed and comprehensive Wikipedia page, featuring exhaustive statistics and references in the style of a world star such as Ronaldo or Messi. There's a full section on his initial loan period at Huntly, from Parkvale and a list of his achievements, including the no-doubt-highly-coveted Parents Player of the Year - won twice in a year in his school days.

Sadly, the wiki page is currently under review by the site, but, like Fraser, we think it should be a keeper.

(Images: SWNS)

Fraser Hobday
Fraser Hobday

[via Metro]

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