Kasey Keller the best example as Daniel Iversen must be the first team goalkeeper at Leicester going forward

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TCF do believe that Danny Ward could be given a rest and the first team gloves should be given to Daniel Iversen.

Daniel Iversen is a player without any Premier League experience, but that should not stop Brendan Rodgers from selecting him.

Kasey Keller came to Leicester from Millwall in 1996. He was given the gloves and never looked back, coming from the 2nd tier and with fewer games at that level than Daniel Iversen.

We have earlier spoken highly of Daniel Iversen as his performances during pre-season and in the EFL Cup game vs. Stockport showed something we have not seen from a rusty Danny Ward.

Brendan Rodgers looks to have some sort of idea of Danny Ward being a better alternative and seen him as the man to take over from Kasper Schmeichel. To axe him after being convinced he is a proper PL goalkeeper makes a difficult act.

The fact that Danny Ward was out injured during pre-season and not being involved at all makes it even more strange to see him chosen. This is the time to make that change, since Daniel Iversen is a better goalkeeper.

Daniel Iversen and Jannik Vestergaard both missed the chance of playing for Denmark during this international break. Denmark coach Kasper Hjulmann will not select players without any first team game time of recent.

Danny Ward had just played one game in Premier League in the last four seasons, and before his move to Leicester been involved twice for Liverpool. To look at Danny Ward as a more experienced choice looks just silly. Daniel Iversen is the man to go for.

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