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Scott Carson

Man City

Scott Carson

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  • Birth place


    Whitehaven, England
  • Nationality


    England
  • Gender


    Male
  • Position


    Goalkeeper
  • Height


    1.83 m (6 ft 0 in)
  • Weight


    86 kg (190 lb)

Scott Carson

Man City

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Scott Paul Carson (born 3 September 1985) is an English professional footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for Premier League club Manchester City, on loan from Derby County of the Championship. Carson joined the Leeds United football academy in 2002, making his full first-team debut for Leeds against Manchester United in February 2004. In January 2005, he moved to Liverpool for a £750,000 fee and was called up for the England senior team later that year. He made nine appearances for Liverpool, including the UEFA Champions League quarter-final victory over Juventus in April 2005, before going on loan to Sheffield Wednesday, Charlton Athletic and Aston Villa in successive seasons to gain experience. After his return to Liverpool from his loan spell at Aston Villa at the end of the 2007–08 season, he joined West Bromwich Albion for a £3.25 million fee in July 2008. In 2011, he moved to Bursaspor of Turkey. After two years in Turkey, he moved back to England with Wigan Athletic, where he remained until 2015 when he signed for Derby County. Carson joined reigning Premier League champions Manchester City on loan in August 2019 to provide cover for Ederson and Claudio Bravo. Carson made his first appearance for the England under-21 team in the same month and later set a record of 29 caps for the under-21 team. Following the 2007 UEFA European Under-21 Championship, Carson made his full debut for the England senior team against Austria in November 2007.

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We had a few great young keepers on loan Carson, Turner then the rubbish Brad Jones but then we got the likes of Grant and Lucas.

 

The Owls have always had a decent keeper as long as I watch them , Woods, Pressman, Srnicek, Grobbelaar, Lucas, Carson, Turner, Weaver, Grant, Kirkland, Westwood.

 

If we had had as much luck with the strikers we might still be in the premier league. lol

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17 minutes ago, room0035 said:

We had a few great young keepers on loan Carson, Turner then the rubbish Brad Jones but then we got the likes of Grant and Lucas.

 

The Owls have always had a decent keeper as long as I watch them , Woods, Pressman, Srnicek, Grobbelaar, Lucas, Carson, Turner, Weaver, Grant, Kirkland, Westwood.

 

If we had had as much luck with the strikers we might still be in the premier league. lol

 

lol

 

He was 39 and made 1 appearance if that!!

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22 minutes ago, room0035 said:

We had a few great young keepers on loan Carson, Turner then the rubbish Brad Jones but then we got the likes of Grant and Lucas.

 

The Owls have always had a decent keeper as long as I watch them , Woods, Pressman, Srnicek, Grobbelaar, Lucas, Carson, Turner, Weaver, Grant, Kirkland, Westwood.

 

If we had had as much luck with the strikers we might still be in the premier league. lol

 

You've forgotten the bloke who is currently leading the Premier League in clean sheets with Aston Villa as well.

 

4 minutes ago, Tea Baggins said:

He was 39 and made 1 appearance if that!!

 

Memory tells me Grobbelaar was on the bench a handful of times and that was it. 

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I can’t see how Grobbelaar is in that list of great WEDNESDAY keepers 

 

I can’t think of him ever playing apart from maybe a reserve game

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The greatest goalkeeping performance I have ever seen was Carson away at Wolves when we won 3-1. He was unbelievable that day. 

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9 minutes ago, FreshOwl said:

The best keeper I’ve seen for Wednesday in the last 20 years 

I agree. That one season in particular, can’t remember which, where he single handedly saved us from relegation with outstanding performances match after match .

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1 hour ago, room0035 said:

We had a few great young keepers on loan Carson, Turner then the rubbish Brad Jones but then we got the likes of Grant and Lucas.

 

The Owls have always had a decent keeper as long as I watch them , Woods, Pressman, Srnicek, Grobbelaar, Lucas, Carson, Turner, Weaver, Grant, Kirkland, Westwood.

 

If we had had as much luck with the strikers we might still be in the premier league. lol

And I'll raise you a couple of Springetts, a Grummitt and a Hodge....

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1 hour ago, room0035 said:

We had a few great young keepers on loan Carson, Turner then the rubbish Brad Jones but then we got the likes of Grant and Lucas.

 

The Owls have always Needed a decent keeper as long as I watch them , Woods, Pressman, Srnicek, Grobbelaar, Lucas, Carson, Turner, Weaver, Grant, Kirkland, Westwood.

 

If we had had as much luck with the strikers we might still be in the premier league. lol

tweaked 

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19 minutes ago, Ibbo48 said:

I agree. That one season in particular, can’t remember which, where he single handedly saved us from relegation with outstanding performances match after match .

The match at Wolves. I couldn’t believe what I was seeing, it was like watching Superman 

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