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United - Time to Move for that Keeper!

Following our attempts, for several seasons, to replace the Great Dane - Peter Schmeichel, it`s widely accepted that finding a classy keeper is a gigantic task.

United tried many recognized keepers between the posts before settling on Edwin van der Sar.

Who`ll take his place when he does retire, bearing in mind he`s 40 this season, will be something of a challenge.

Already this summer we`ve been linked with Anders Lindegaard, who keeps goal for the Norwegian side - Aalesund, and it appears we`re not the only club paying close attention t the stopper.

Our informants tell us that at least two other Premier League clubs are following his career, therefore if Sir Alex is serious about the guy then now might well be the time to make a significant move!

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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday August 6 2010

Time: 5:00PM

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we've got two at City - a wealth of riches
Wswilly3
dont need him, we have tomasz kuszczak who is far better and our next number one and a suitable backup in ben amos when edwin van der sar retires. thank god we sold ben the howling flop foster as he was useless and enevr good enough to be at manchester united, kuszczak on the other hand i s a damn fine keeper and is the ready made replacement for edwin so how abouts everyone shows tomasx the respect he deserves and stop thinking we should sign over rated nobodies like lloris, neuer, de gea, stekenberg, lindegaard or anyother keeper, we have a top class goalie in kiszczak. tomasz kuszczak is our next number one.
Fergie is GOD.
I've alway seen the GK as the most important part to any team and the starting point to any team and thus wouldn't mind if Fergie splashed out on one if he felt it necessary but seeing as he has left it this late i believe, Fergie is god has said, he will give Kuszczak a go first.
TheFamousNo7
Remenber that Lindegaard lost his place in the goal in OB to Roy Carroll.... He is not a first class keeper
Duen
Kuzscak will be our number one next year as he's waited a long time for his chance and shown everyone that he is capable of filling the role. I have a feeling a keeper will only be bought if he does dreadfully.
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