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United - Foster Mystery Deepens!

United - Foster Mystery Deepens!

Yesterday we commented on how Stoke City had been financially prudent and inserted a clause, entitling them to 30% of the fee, when they sold Ben Foster to us.

Today, the red-top press are claiming that United may well have inserted some sort of clauses in Foster`s transfer to Birmingham with the Birmingham boss, Alex McLeish, remarking,

"There are clauses which I won`t divulge."

"Sir Alex is not daft ad he has protected himself and Manchester United."


Now we`ve no idea what these clauses may be, although the red-top speculates that if Foster becomes a rip-roaring success, at St Andrews, there may well be a buy back clause to be activated.

Interesting!

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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Saturday May 22 2010
Time: 11:04AM

Comments

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Buy back or First Option clause probably. I'd be surprised if we ever saw him in a united shirt again though. He'll probably end up like david james - a very good goalkeeper in his 30s who top clubs wouldnt touch with a barge pole.
tuscan3000
22/05/2010 13:34:00
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To tell u the truth I hope we have seen the last of him.He had his chances but blew it.We got a more than decent amount for him,so all the parties should just move on.
Antriksh (abmtd)
22/05/2010 13:38:00
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Haha that was a good one Tuscan.
Antriksh (abmtd)
22/05/2010 13:39:00
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Foster could soon prove to be England keeper and Alex will have that base covered.
SFC Forever
22/05/2010 17:27:00
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Its the last we'll see of him, no matter what clause.
TheFamousNo7
22/05/2010 17:37:00
0
I agree. Fergie never does buy back!
elvido
23/05/2010 03:03:00
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can anyone think of anyone he's sold and bought back?
Red Boy
23/05/2010 17:42:00
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I don't think that's happened Red Boy.
elvido
24/05/2010 06:59:00
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