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United - Birmingham Chase Foster

Recently, this site contained an article whereby we relayed the thoughts of Ben Foster regarding a possible move away from Old Trafford.

Ben explained that although he didn`t want to leave United the necessity to play regular first team football would drive his career.

Today, the media are speculating that Ben could be about to leave United but stay in the Premier League with Birmingham City preparing to make an offer, rumoured to be around about £6 million, for our third choice keeper.

This season Birmingham were fortunate enough to be able to call upon the services of Joe Hart, who they`d loaned from Manchester City, but with Hart expected to star in the World Cup this summer Manchester City might not be so co-operative when it comes to another season out on loan for the youngster.

We`ll wait and see how this one develops shall we.

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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Tuesday May 11 2010
Time: 5:00PM

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If he does go, good luck to the lad. Hope he can prove his potential at another club!
elvido
11/05/2010 17:40:00
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and just watch him have a stormer against us - sods law!
Red Boy
11/05/2010 19:08:00
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For me there is no doubting that foster has the reflexes and positioning of a TOP goalkeeper. I think his problems are entirely mental. He cant handle pressure, his concentration is poor and his decision making is erratic because of it. The pressure of having his every move scrutinised by the media and 70000 fans, where his every mistake was pounced upon was too much for him. A team where he faces more shots and doesnt have to keep his concentration for such long periods of inactivity would suit him. He isnt cut out to be number 1 at old trafford, but he will be as good as - if not better than Joe Hart was for birmingham this season. I would be shocked if he doesnt do very well for them.
tuscan3000
12/05/2010 02:08:00
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Time to line up a keeper with foster about to leave and Edwin getting older and older,so I make it 3 signings that are required for our club.
Antriksh (abmtd)
12/05/2010 11:06:00
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I can't say I won't be disappointed to see him leave. And its a real shame when you think about it, I'm sure everyone including myself had extremely high hopes for him at the start of the season. Whose to say that if it weren't for some confidence shattering errors early in the season he may have been able to displace VDS. Good luck to him with whatever decisions he or the club end up making regarding his future.
khoder
12/05/2010 13:30:00
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