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Five keeper rotations for Man Utd and Chelsea to learn from…

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With Edouard Mendy heading to Stamford Bridge and Dean Henderson remaining at Old Trafford, it seems both Chelsea and Manchester United are hoping that some stiff competition will bring out the best in their under-performing Spanish stoppers.

Luis Enrique made Bravo the league stopper while Ter Stegen became the cup keeper.



With Barthez on his way and two experienced internationals having failed to fill Schmeichel’s gloves, Ferguson took a different approach in signing New York/New Jersey Metrostars’ 24-year-old goaltender Howard.



Here are five occasions when managers pitted their keepers against each other with varying results… Tim Howard and Roy Carroll One of Sir Alex Ferguson’s biggest headaches at Manchester United was finding a competent replacement for Peter Schmeichel.

So when Barthez was dropped in 2003, in came Carroll – two years after he moved to Old Trafford – to play the final three games of the 2002/03 title-winning season.

But both the Nottingham Forest and Liverpool keepers continued to excel when given their opportunities, despite their contrasting styles and physical attributes.

But can having two keepers capable of being No.1 work?
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