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Kuszczak bid pole-axed

Former United legend and current West Brom manager Bryan Robson has moved swiftly to deny that his #1 goalkeeper Tomasz Kuszczak is on the verge of moving to Manchester.

With US keeper Tim Howard moving to Everton on loan, it is clear that United need to pick up another goalkeeper. Whilst Van Der Sar is an absolute legend, he's not getting any younger and the search for the Schmeichel-esque long term stopper continues.

Robson, on hearing the supposed 4million link had only this to say:

'Manchester United do have an interest but that's as far as it's gone.

'If they make us a big offer then we would have to balance it up.'







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Date:Tuesday July 11 2006

Time: 12:38PM

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Come on Uncle Alex make West Brom a decent offer and spend some of the hard earnered that you have been holding back for the midfield. EVDS still has good hands but is starting to look slow.
TeddyLyon
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12/07/2006 00:45:00

is this guy any good? ive never heard of him really. what about howard hes a good keeper. anyway we should be fine with vandersaar i think we should wait and scout the first term in the EPL and when transfer market opens up again buy the hottest goalie.
karim
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12/07/2006 13:49:00

Was a bit surprised when I heard this. Didn't think he was good enough for a team like Utd
DougInABox
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13/07/2006 08:34:00

No i reckon we should go for boltons keeper jaskelaainen or howeve ya spell it.
swellhead43
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14/07/2006 10:14:00

Kuszczak will be a good signing, he was excellent last season when he played
green giant 12
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15/07/2006 13:10:00

I HAVE TO agree with swellhead jaaskailenen was hot last season
karim
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15/07/2006 13:48:00

Jasskailenen is the man alex should be looking at, he has performed consistently well for the last few seasons in the prem.
Kanchelskis
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16/07/2006 13:10:00

" he was hot last season??? must have been the weather-lol"
millers4eva
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17/07/2006 10:25:00

 

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