Manchester City's goalkeeper crisis deepens after Gunnar Nielsen suffers suspected leg fracture

24 February 2011 10:50
Manchester City's goalkeeping crisis has worsened after Gunnar Nielsen suffered a suspected broken leg against Bolton's reserves on Wednesday.

The Faroe Islands keeper, 24, needed 15 minutes of treatment and was taken off with his leg in a protective cast and taking oxygen.

Shay Given underwent surgery on his shoulder yesterday and City are recalling David Gonzalez from his loan at Leeds.

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