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Paul Woolston (born 14 August 1998) is an English professional footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for Manchester United F.C..
In October 2018, Woolston signed for Manchester United F.C.
Woolston is a product of the Darlington F.C., Sunderland A.F.C. and Newcastle United academies.
Woolston made his youth team debut for Newcastle United at the age of 15, keeping a clean sheet.
He was a member of Newcastle United's first team squad.
In 2018, Woolston, a Sunderland fan, played for Newcastle U23s at the Stadium of Light, scoring a penalty in their shootout win over rivals Sunderland in the quarterfinal of the Premier League International Cup.
Woolston made his professional debut in the 2017 EFL Trophy, playing for Newcastle United U21 against Crewe Alexandra.
Woolston has also represented his national team in European and World Cup Finals playing for England u17 and u18 teams.
In the 2016–2017 season, Woolston made over 30 appearances during a loan spell with Blyth Spartans A.F.C..
During this season, Blyth Spartans were crowned Champions of the Northern Premier League Premier Division and were promoted to the National League North.
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