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United - Foster on Verge of Departing!

After his recent declaration relating to securing first team football and the subsequent interest shown by Birmingham City, the deal could be concluded very soon.

Various media outlets are running stories that the two clubs have agreed a fee, thought to be somewhere between 4 million and 6 million with Foster due to have a medical sometime today (Tuesday) in Birmingham.

Look out for an official announcement from the clubs!

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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday May 18 2010

Time: 4:46PM

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Its a good deal and good price for everyone involved. Best of luck to him.
tuscan3000
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18/05/2010 17:01:00

Good luck to him, tough that he didn't take his chances when he got them. A good deal too!
elvido
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18/05/2010 17:10:00

will you rue his departure one day I wonder!
merlin
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18/05/2010 19:20:00

maybe but life is a gamble is it not?
Red Boy
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18/05/2010 20:03:00

From England #1 to Birmingham - what a come down!
Al Billy
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18/05/2010 20:26:00

merlin, you do realise that foster is one year younger than cech dont you? We cant afford to wait 10 years for him to hit his form like david james. Foster was given a fair chance this year because van der sar hardly played and frankly foster was a disappointment. If he turns into the world greatest goalkeeper overnight then yeah we might regret it - but things like that dont tend to happen in real life.
tuscan3000
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18/05/2010 21:34:00

No regrets, just happy we got a decent price for once!
elvido
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19/05/2010 06:51:00

I still think that he is a potential England keeper, but this is probably the right move for everyone at a good price.
oxfordspur
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19/05/2010 10:13:00

He'll probably be england number 2. Joe Hart is younger and probably more talented than foster was at that age. I think Joe Hart will be england number 1 for a LONG time.
tuscan3000
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19/05/2010 11:36:00

 

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