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United - Foster`s Parting Shot!

Now a Birmingham player, after his 6 million transfer, Ben Foster hasn`t wasted time in giving his view on a certain subject - the Glazers.

Some 80 miles down the M6, Foster has come out in support of the Glazer family and has commented that he believes they are doing a decent job, he`s also taken a slight swipe at the supporters for their stance, remarking,

"It`s a distraction when fans do their chants at every game."

"The fans are passionate about United but sometimes they need to focus on supporting the club more rather than getting carried away with the technicalities of who is in charge." The Glazers have always put money towards Manchester United to buy players when needed."


Ouch!

Should be a feisty encounter when Birmingham come to Old Trafford next season, first match of the season hopefully!

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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday May 22 2010

Time: 11:03AM

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I dont think concentration is one of fosters strong points, so it may affect him more than most - but maybe there are some players in our team who do get distracted by it?
tuscan3000
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22/05/2010 13:37:00

I can understand the protestors,I have no problems with that,we all want them out but when the team is playing I would just want them to be the center of attention.A bit more support for the boys wouldn't do anyone any harm.
Antriksh (abmtd)
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22/05/2010 14:08:00

He's not wrong theres a time and place for protesting but during a match when your teams playing really isnt it. Plus wearing green and yellow wouldnt bother the Glazers at all if you want to hit them you have to hit their pockets. Also i wouldnt say being under the reign has been so bad, they've always given Fergie what he wanted and supported him, they've never interfered with transfers or bought a player behind Fergies back. Could we say the same if someone else were to take over us?
TheFamousNo7
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22/05/2010 17:47:00

BTW im not saying i support the Glazers but am quite simply putting across some looked over points.
TheFamousNo7
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22/05/2010 17:48:00

Your right TFN7,I agree with u they have not been that bad in that aspect.
Antriksh (abmtd)
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22/05/2010 18:24:00

It's become fashionable to stand on the side of the protesters. As long as it is not affecting the team it is all right, if it does then the protesters would be doing more damage than the Glazers can!
elvido
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23/05/2010 03:05:00

I think people were right to protest this year though. The ticket prices were crazy and the money isnt being put back into the club - its paying for the loans the glazers used to purchase the club! However, next season I expect the match day protests to be at a minimum because the people who protested this year should be boycotting the games. You cant say you want glazers out and then give them the money they need to stay - because then it really is just an unnecessary distraction.
tuscan3000
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23/05/2010 14:00:00

will they be boycotting or is it all just talk?
Red Boy
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23/05/2010 17:43:00

Im sure some will boycott on principle, others based on price. But I cant see the Red Knights getting the kind of mass boycott they need unless there is some hard evidence that the club is literally on the brink of disaster. Next weeks accounts will be scrutinised and any signs of trouble will definitely go against the glazers. In fact, if the accounts are in trouble I wouldnt be surprised to see a big name signing to help placate the masses.
tuscan3000
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23/05/2010 23:55:00

Unless we are in **** valley, motivating such a large number into boycotts will be difficult. I hope you are right Tuscan, a big name signing whatever the reason maybe is always welcome.
elvido
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24/05/2010 12:39:00

 

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