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He may have started off his career with Manchester United, but Shaun Goater made his impact for the blue side of Manchester.
Goater came to City when they were on the verge of going into the third division of English football in 1998. Goater was able to help City with some important goals, but it didn't prove to be enough as the Citizens went down to the third division.
In the next two seasons, Goater scored a combined total of 48 goals, which proved to be extremely important to City, who earned consecutive promotions back into the Premier League.
Despite injuries, Goater scored a team high 11 goals in his first Premier League season. But City were once again relegated.
Goater retaliated with a monster, 32-goal campaign in 2002, leading City back into the top flight.
In his final season, Goater got significantly less playing time. But in the final match at Maine Road, Goater captained City and ended his career with 103 goals for Man City.