Jimmy Montgomery (born 9th October 1943 in Sunderland) is a goalkeeping legend for Sunderland A.F.C., most commonly remembered by Sunderland fans for the remarkable double save again Leeds United in the 1973 FA Cup final.
As well as playing or Sunderland he played for Birmingham City and Nottingham Forest where he played as an understudy for the great Peter Shilton and was an unused substitute in the 1980 European Cup winning team.
He made a record number of appearances 623 for them, (537 league, 41 F.A. Cup, 33 League Cup, 4 European Cup Winners Cup, 8 others). he is awsome
After his playing career he went on to become a goalkeeping coach
- FA Cup: 1973
- European Cup: 1980 (Nottingham Forest)
i hate sunderland !!!!!!!!!!!
he was a good player but he was a bad golie