Frank McCavney says Jordan Pickford will “be missed by Everton” as he recovers from injury.
specifically for Football InsiderThe former West Ham striker said the 28-year-old was “a fantastic keeper”.
september 7, club confirmed Pickford suffered a thigh injury in the 0-0 draw with Liverpool (September 3).
According to reports sky sports (September 7) The England international will face a month on the sidelines after suffering a thigh sprain.
Asmir Begovic is now the only suitable goalkeeper for Frank Lampard as Andy Lonergan is out with a knee problem.
McCavenny insists Pickford will not lose his number 1 while he is away.
“Anyone like Pickford will be missed,” He says Football Insider.
“He’s not the kind of guy who just arrived and has to fight for his place. He will calm down for a few weeks knowing that he will return directly to his place in the team.
“It may take time to come back. He’ll be back, but he might need a few more days to make sure he’s healthy. But he’s a good keeper. He gets people to blame him, but I think he’s a great keeper.“
Pickford has started every Premier League game for the Merseyside club so far this season.
In those outings, he conceded six goals and kept a clean sheet.
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