Kasper Schmeichel has spoken about how he’s looking forward to the new adventure in his amazing Leicester City journey.
This season Kasper Schmeichel has started pretty strongly; he’s reliable but his distribution is often maligned by fans, with several Leicester City managers attempting to correct the kicking aspect.
Nevertheless, most Foxes fans feel comfortable, happy, content and glad to have the former Premier League champion as first choice goalkeeper. Though if he cannot make amendments to his passing, as well as clearing by foot – some supporters ask how long he’ll last as Leicester’s No.1 in the modern era. A fair question, in my opinion.
Leicester City in the Europa League
What is certain, is that boss of the King Power club, Brendan Rodgers, considers Schmeichel his main ‘keeper; whether the Dane’s status is impenetrable or not is another matter. With the latter turning 34 in November, it’s hard to see too many positive alterations transpiring.
“It’s been an amazing journey. I joined here nearly 10 years ago now and we’ve experienced a bit of everything.
“…This year, it’s European football again for us and we’re looking forward to that.”
You can read more from Schmeichel over at lcfc.com. Furthermore, the stopper kept the Faroe Islands out on Wednesday evening, as Denmark won 4-0 in a friendly. Their next fixtures are against Iceland and then England in the Nations League.
Meanwhile, Timothy Castagne was impressive again by all accounts in a wingback role for Belgium. Obviously it’s a more attacking spot, and the fact that it was left-sided bodes well for the eventual return of Ricardo Pereira to Rodgers’ team. Although, James Justin has really improved this season and won my approval, after a slightly nervy showing in 2019/20’s restart. Good problems.