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Foster To Be Loaned Out Again

Foster To Be Loaned Out Again

Ben Foster was tipped to fight for the number one jersey this season - but cruciate injury cut short his dreams of replacing Edwin van der Sar.

He's made his comeback against Middlesbrough in the reserves and had a good game as United won 2-1. His return to full fitness is still some time away and it is certain he won't play for the United first team this season.

Now it appears that Sir Alex reckons the most sensible option would be to send him out on loan to get back to full fitness and gain match sharpness.

"I was hoping he would come through the Reserve match last night because there is a consideration for us to put him out on loan with a Championship club until the end of the season," the boss told the official website.

"I`ll have a chat with him early next week, but we`ve already had a few enquiries for him from the Championship and I think it would be good for him. We will consider all these options at the beginning of next week."

Writer:Zae
Date:Friday March 7 2008
Time: 8:13PM

Comments

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maybe the loan will allow him to get back into form mand impress fergie
ozanne park rangers
08/03/2008 06:01:00
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Assuming there are no injuries, VDS is probably going to be at United for between 2 and 3 more seasons. Foster won't want to be waiting in the reserves for that time so loans seem sensible. But perhaps he should be offered to Prem clubs... There must be some willing to take on a promising young keeper!
The_Legend_Of_Zola
08/03/2008 10:22:00
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i think foster will be no1 next season and i hope so.
rooneyisgod
08/03/2008 10:32:00
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unlucky chaps
fran merida
08/03/2008 14:43:00
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f u ck all fu c k all **** all and united will win **** all...and the poor cockney reds are going out of their heads coz united will win f u ck allllllllll
fran merida
08/03/2008 14:46:00
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bollox.....looks like we may need him now with vds injured and kuszcack. could be a blessing in disguise, but right now i feel gutted. oh, and fran merida.....fu(k off!
united4life
08/03/2008 14:56:00
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Sounds like (didn't watch) you guys played well but were robbed. Sorry to hear about EvdS. Can Ben Foster start playing sooner?
Lou the Gunneress
08/03/2008 15:41:00
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i love it when i p1$$ you off U4l coz your such a windup merchant yourself....you can sure dish it out,but taking it back,well thats another matter.
fran merida
08/03/2008 16:01:00
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dont worry,im sure the Arsenal will get another difficult draw in europe and you can give us hell for a couple of weeks
fran merida
08/03/2008 16:02:00
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Bad luck Man U muppets!
Gooner_Vin
08/03/2008 16:33:00
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