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This Funko original POP vinyl figure is the perfect addition your collection of Marvel favourites.
Celebrate 80 years of the Dark Knight with a Pop! Movie Moment
featuring Batman and James Gordon from the 2005 DC Super Hero film
Batman Begins. He’s the hero you need and deserve, and the light-up
Bat-Signal is a classic sign that trouble’s afoot but help is on the
Funko is a purveyor of pop culture and licensed-focused collectibles.
Funko currently holds hundreds of licenses and the rights to create
tens of thousands of characters, one of the largest portfolios in the
pop culture and collectibles industry. Funko's Pop Vinyl is the number
one stylized vinyl collectible on the market, selling millions of
figures to collectors around the world.
This Funko original POP vinyl figure is the perfect addition your collection of DC Comic favourites. Only one randomly-chosen is supplied (please note that the item is not visible through the packaging, so we are unable to pre-select).
You have a 16% chance of receiving the Chase should you order this item. What is a chase you might ask? A Chase is a Rare POP that has the same mold, number but it has a different color, is metallic or perhaps glows in the dark.
This Funko original POP vinyl figure is the perfect addition your collection of Disney favourites. Only one randomly-chosen is supplied (please note that the item is not visible through the packaging, so we are unable to pre-select).
This Funko original POP vinyl figure is the perfect addition your collection of Disney favourites.
This Funko original POP vinyl bobblehead is the perfect addition your collection of Star Wars favourites.
Fraser Gerard Forster is an English footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for Celtic.
He started his career with Newcastle and has had loan spells with Stockport County, Bristol Rovers and Norwich City as well as being on loan to Celtic for the 2010-11 and 2011-12 seasons.
On 24 August 2010, Forster joined Celtic on a season-long loan from Newcastle. Celtic manager Neil Lennon described Forster by saying, "He's a big boy, he's come highly recommended, his age is the only thing going against him because otherwise he's all the qualities you look for." He made his Celtic debut on 29 August 2010 away at Motherwell and kept a clean sheet as Celtic won 1-0. He then went on to play in every match of Celtic's season with the exception of two cup matches.
Forster had a successful season with Celtic, winning a runner-up medal in the League Cup and Scottish Premier League. Between them, Forster and fellow goalkeeper kept 23 clean sheets in the league, breaking Celtic's previous clean sheet record from the 2001-02 season. Forster kept 21 of the clean sheets. He capped off his season with a 3-0 victory over Motherwell to help Celtic win the Scottish Cup. In total, he kept 24 clean sheets in 44 matches for Celtic.
After appearing for Newcastle in pre-season against Darlington, Orlando City, Leeds United and Fiorentina, as well as being named among the substitutes for the opening game of the Premier League season against Arsenal, Forster rejoined Celtic, on loan for the remainder of the season, on 17 August 2011. He helped Celtic draw 0-0 against FC Sion at home, but then lost 3-1 in the away leg, only for the UEFA to reinstate Celtic into the Europa League with 3-0 wins in both legs after Sion were found to be fielding ineligible players, thus allowing Forster to keep his two only clean sheets in Europe for the season, as he conceded in all the five group games he played in.
Forster had a successful 2011-12 season with Celtic, winning the Scottish Premier League and helping his team beat the previous season's record of 23 clean sheets. He and Zaluska kept 25 clean sheets combined, Forster racking up 21 of them. In total, he kept 26 clean sheets from 47 games.
On 30 June 2012, it was announced that Forster had signed for Celtic on a permanent deal.