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Next Saturday (4 p.m.), the Manchester City – Leicester meeting will be marked by a fact rare enough to be underlined: the tenure of the third goalkeeper of the Skyblues, Scott Carson. According to Daily Mail, The 36-year-old goalkeeper will take advantage of the absences of Ederson and Zack Steffen to keep Manchester City cages for the second time in his career.

Carson lined up against Leicester

The usual owner Ederson will not play because the Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF), to “take revenge” on the English clubs which did not release the Brazilians during the truce, imposes a “five-day restriction” on players called up by the Selection. To avoid a fine, Manchester City will not take the risk of aligning Ederson and will not be able to count on his understudy, Zack Steffen, who contracted the Covid with the selection of the United States.

Former goalkeeper of West Bromwich, Bursaspor, Wigan or even Derby County, Scott Carson will play his first Premier League match, 3765 days, ten years after the last. A great moment in perspective for the English international (4 selections).

Scott Carson aligned against Leicester?

According to the British daily The Daily Mail, Pep Gardiola will have to start Manchester City’s third goalkeeper, Scott Carson, 36, against Leicester this Saturday (4 p.m.). English international four times, he played only one match with the Citizens.

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