Place of Birth :Cork
Colin Anthony Doyle (born June 12, 1985 in Cork, Ireland) is an Irish footballer, who is currently Birmingham City's number 1 goalkeeper.
Having signed a professional contract with Birmingham as an 18 year old, he has had loan spells at Chester City and Nottingham Forest, during neither of which he saw much first-team action. His first competitive match in English football was a 1-0 win for Chester against Rochdale on November 2, 2004 in the LDV Vans Trophy.
He played his schoolboy football in Ireland with Douglas Hall in Cork from Under 8 up to Under 15, when he joined Birmingham City. He has progressed through the Birmingham ranks and made his competitive debut against Shrewsbury in the 2006/07 Carling Cup, keeping a clean sheet in the 1-0 win. He followed up this appearance with his League debut against Cardiff City, where the Blues lost 2-0.
In August 2006, he played against Greece away for Ireland Under 21s and kept a clean sheet in a 2-0 victory.
Doyle has been doing very well recently in the Championship, his most recent good performance was against Wolves, in which he made a series of good saves. He also saved a penalty in the last stages of the game from Wolves midfielder Michael McIndoe. The game ended with Birmingham City winning 3-2 and returning to the top of the Championship
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Debut:23 May 2007 v Ecuador