Precision News

  • Graham Taylor, former Precision Ambassador, dies aged 72

    Precision are deeply saddened to hear that former brand ambassador, Graham Taylor, has passed away aged 72.

    Taylor was instrumental in the early years of Precision, when he joined as brand ambassador in 2006, strengthening links between the brand and local grassroots football.

    Born in Nottinghamshire, Taylor managed at the highest level, taking on the England managers job in 1990 and remaining in the role for three years. He also achieved huge amounts of success with both Aston Villa and Watford.

    Brand Director, David Sanderson, said: "He was an absolute gentleman, had time for anybody, and was a pleasure to work with."

    The thoughts of everyone at Precision are with his family at this sad time.

  • PrecisionGK’s Robinson Impresses On Competitive Return

    It was two years since Paul Robinson played a competitive fixture. Leaving Blackburn in 2015, Robinson joined up with the Clarets in January 2016 for training before signing and has had to wait over 10 months to make his debut.

    Continue reading
  • Precision's FA Cup Round Up

    Precision keeper Declan Rudd and Charlton Athletic are through to round 2, after beating high-flying Scunthorpe United 3-1 at the Valley. Rudd made a number of good saves, including denying Kevin Van Veen from close range, with the score at 2-1. They will come up against MK Dons in the next round.

    Everton loanee Russ Griffiths will need a replay to see if his Cheltenham side will progress. They drew 1-1 with Crewe, despite being down to ten men for a majority of the game. Griffiths made a smart stop right at the end to keep his side in the competition tipping it away from close range. Sutton United will be there opponents should they go through.

    Ryan Fulton played the full 90 minutes for Chesterfield as they made it into round 2. A 2-1 win over Colchester was enough to set up a tie against Wycombe in the next round. It was a narrow victory as Fulton made smart stops to deny Kurtis Guthrie and Drey Wright.

    Luke McGee, on loan from Tottenham, has enjoyed a good start with Peterborough, and helped them into the next round, after they beat Chesham 2-1. An away trip to Boreham Wood or Notts County awaits.

    Aaron Ramsdale made his professional debut for Sheffield United at home to a struggling Leyton Orient side. He made a great start to his professional career, keeping a cleansheet in a 6-0 victory. Bolton in the next round makes for tough route into the third round.


    Trevor Carson and Hartlepool United had a quiet afternoon as they went out 3-0 winners over non-league side Stamford. Carson was rarely tested in the net. Hartlepool are away to Port Vale in the next round.

  • Fife Seeks Champions League Upset

    Hibernian Ladies and Precision goalkeeper Jenna Fife believes her side’s Champions League tie with German champions Bayern Munich is massive game for both the Edinburgh side, and Women’s football as a whole in Scotland.

    Hibernian Ladies will face European Giants Bayern Munich over two legs as they bid to get past the first round of the UEFA Women's Champions League. Munich travel to Easter Road for this first leg on the 6th October, and goalkeeper Jenna Fife can’t wait to face the illustrious stars that await.

    Continue reading
  • Precision GK Weekend Round Up – 3rd October 2016

    This weekend saw many Precision Goalkeepers in action, including Frank Fielding, who continued Bristol City's winning run against Nottingham Forest. Meanwhile there were cleansheets for Alex Cisak at Leyton Orient and Trevor Carson at Hartlepool.

    Continue reading
  • Precision GK Weekend Round Up – 26th September 2016

    Fielding Form Continues

    After making his first league start in eight months against Derby County last weekend, Fielding was back between the sticks again for their next league fixture, this time away to Fulham. It is safe to say his fine form continued.

    Continue reading
  • Lynch and Salford Seek more FA Cup Glory

    During the 2015/16 season, Salford City stunned the football world. A club not many had heard of only two years ago, taken over by five Manchester United greats, were suddenly thrown into the spotlight.

    Continue reading
  • Precision GK Weekend Round Up – 19th September 2016

    Davies Penalty Save Not Enough

    Having only joined Precision Goalkeeping last week and been using the Fusion X Quartz Surround Grip for a number of weeks, Adam Davies had a busy afternoon against Reading.

    Continue reading
  • Fielding Back With A Bang

    Bristol City keeper Frank Fielding made his first league start of the season, returning from an injury suffered during the back-end of the 2015/16 season, and he was back with a bang!

    Continue reading
  • Win A Signed Pair of Tom Heaton Gloves

    To celebrate the recent arrival of Burnley captain Tom Heaton, PrecisionGK are giving away a signed pair on his gloves to one lucky fan.

    The 30-year-old England international started the season in his Precision Premier gloves, as they played Swansea at Turf Moor.

    He then kept his first cleansheet one week later, as Burnley defeated Liverpool 2-0.

    For a chance to win, all you have to do is head over to our Twitter page @PrecisionGK, simply follow the Twitter account, and retweet the original post, pinned to the top of the PrecisionGK page. We will announce a winner the 2nd September 2016.

    Good Luck!

Items 1 to 10 of 37 total

  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4