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Schmeichel ponders next move

Kasper Schmeichel's current concern is helping to keep Coventry City in the Championship but the highly-rated Danish keeper is also weighing up his future as a Manchester City player.

'I spoke to Sven (Goran Eriksson) last week and explained to him that I want to play first-team football,' said the on-loan 21-year-old.

'He said that he can't promise me that, so if I am honest it looks like my future might not be at City.'

Schmeichel added: 'I have got three years left on a good contract so I could bide my time, but I am a footballer and I want to play,' he said. 'It is as simple as that.

'The future is exciting. I could go anywhere in Europe to play my football: Spain, Italy or stay here in England.

'I am looking forward to it but for now I am not thinking about that. I am a Coventry player at the moment and my job is to help Coventry to be safe.'




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Date:Wednesday April 16 2008

Time: 5:16PM

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would you guys like him on a permanent deal?
The Fear
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16/04/2008 17:34:00

I think he'd be a great signing for Watford.
DrWatford
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16/04/2008 17:37:00

I doubt we will get him even if we stay up although he does seem to like it at the Ricoh.
Dave Bennett
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16/04/2008 17:50:00

Yeah would be hard to get, wouldn't surprise me if he goes to Prem team, he will be hard for Colchester to beat on Saturday!
StevieG Col U
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17/04/2008 16:30:00

 

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