Arran Lee-Barrett is an English former professional footballer who played as a goalkeeper. On 24 October 2013, he signed a short term contract with Bolton Wanderers to provide competition for Andy Lonergan after both Ádám Bogdán and Jay Lynch had been ruled out of action with knee and back injuries respectively. He linked up again with his former manager Lennie Lawrence, an assistant manager to Dougie Freedman at Bolton. He later signed a contract extension until the end of the season. Following the conclusion of the season, Bolton Wanderers offered Lee-Barrett a new one-year deal but on 1 July, Bolton confirmed that he had left the club.
Ah, now this is where The Edge really confuses me. His second daughter was called Arran!
The origin of the name of the island is unknown, but it is unrelated to the Aran islands in Ireland, which derive their name from the Gaelic Áru, with a long 'a', meaning kidney.
This name makes me think of a noble king in a story who would do anything to protect the subjects of the kingdom he protects.

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