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Foster Goes Nowhere!

According to press reports, Sir Alex blocked a loan bid for Ben Foster.

The 24-year-old shot stopper who made his United debut at Derby may find his first-team actions limited during the remainder of the season as both Van der Sar and Kuszczak are fit and available.

According to reports, he asked the boss to be allowed to go out on loan again, something that worked magnificently for him as his time at Watford brought him considerable fame and an England cap as well.

However, he's been told to wait for his chance by Fergie who possibly thinks it is not worth now to send him out on a one-and-a-half month loan. He probably won't play a single game if Edwin remains fit but at least we won't have the totally inexperienced Tom Heaton as third-choice goalkeeper.




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Writer: Zae Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday March 27 2008

Time: 10:42AM

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He needs match practice so why not let him go? crazy!
welshboy78
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27/03/2008 15:42:00

There's only seven games to go.Not much point really!!!
java
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27/03/2008 16:27:00

it might be valuable to him if he could play in a playoff final at wembley but you never know which sides will end up there and for six championship games it's pointless to let him go
Vidicinho
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27/03/2008 20:29:00

 

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