Sandy MacIver tends to make herself unavailable for England Globe Cup choice to concentrate on injury rehab

Sandy MacIver has created herself unavailable for England choice for this summer’s Globe Cup.

The Manchester City goalkeeper says her concentrate “remains on (her) rehab”.

MacIver, 24, sustained an injury in the course of the final international break in April, which brought on her to withdraw from Sarina Wiegman’s squad exactly where she was 1 of 4 goalkeepers chosen alongside Mary Earps, Hannah Hampton and Ellie Roebuck.

That injury curtailed her domestic season with City and MacIver has now supplied an update on her situation on social media.

“I’ve taken the choice to make myself unavailable for England choice moving forward,” MacIver stated. “My present concentrate remains on my rehab.

“I am producing good progress and appear forward to a completely match pre-season with City. Wishing all the girls the ideal of luck in Australia!”

MacIver, whose sole England senior look came in 2021, joined City from Everton ahead of the 2022-23 Women’s Super League season. She created 3 WSL appearances prior to sustaining her injury, with fellow England international Roebuck remaining Gareth Taylor’s No 1 for most of the campaign.


Everton’s goalkeeper Sandy MacIver on her ideal saves 

What does this imply for England?

MacIver was Wiegman’s third option behind Earps and Roebuck. Earps will stay as Wiegman’s No 1 but now MacIver has withdrawn the England boss has Roebuck and Hampton as alternatives.

Hampton was recalled to the England squad for April’s internationals against Brazil and Australia possessing addressed some “personal issues”, according to Wiegman. She had not been chosen considering that final summer’s European Championship and was absent from Aston Villa’s squad in October and November. She has considering that returned to Carla Ward’s beginning XI and has helped them to a fifth-placed finish in the Women’s Super League.

MacIver’s absence could open the door for Manchester United goalkeeper Emily Ramsey. The 22-year-old Everton loanee was forced to withdraw from her very first senior England contact-up in February for the reason that of an ankle injury but has considering that recovered, beginning Everton’s final two WSL fixtures.


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