- matches played 494
- goals 0
- assists 0
- Last appearance (days ago) 740
In terms of preferred feet, Scott Carson is a right footer, like 64% of Derby County. The club of Scott Carson, Derby County, presently holds sixth position in Championship (United Kingdom). Scott Carson is a male goalkeeper from United Kingdom, who has been playing for Derby County in United Kingdom since July 1, 2015. With a height of 1.83m, he exceeds Derby County's mean tallness by 3. The 33-year-old footballer was born on September 3, 1985 and is therefore NaN years younger than his team's average age.
So far in the 2018/2019 season, Scott Carson already competed in 33 fixtures. Throughout his professional career, he participated in 494 games, the last appearance being three days ago. Prior to joining Derby County, he played for Aston Villa, Wigan Athletic, Sheffield Wednesday, Liverpool FC, Leeds United, Bursaspor, West Bromwich Albion and Charlton Athletic. As for winning percentages, Scott Carson won with Derby County 80% of their home matches (50% in total) in Championship. Derby County enjoys a 3-game winning streak during the last 5 games of the current season.
Considering he weighs unbelievable 189.6lb, Scott Carson is approximately 26lb heavier than the average player of Derby County. 31 days was the stubbiest period that he was contracted to a team (Sheffield Wednesday from United Kingdom) He is playing as goalkeeper in Derby County together with Henrich Ravas and Kelle Roos. Scott Carson has four own goal in his CV, multiple of these being during a Premier League 08/09 (United Kingdom) match with West Bromwich Albion. Throughout his time as professional football player, he was sanctioned with a card 26 times resulting in a mean value of 1.04 cards per play time. This season he was given just one yellow card.
He impressed in Championship 17/18 (United Kingdom), reaching his personal record of match appearances. Scott Carson wears the jerses number 1 strip at Derby County. His record stay with a club is England (United Kingdom) with six years and 10 months.
(Last edited May 8, 2019)