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United Keeper Contemplates New Role

He may be hanging up those goalkeeping gloves after a fantastic career, but it now looks exceedingly like Edwin Van der Sar will still be involved with Manchester United in some capacity.

Peaking to the tabloid red-tops, it looks like Edwin is going back on a pledge he may have made when he left Ajax all those years ago, commenting,

"I`m not going back to Amsterdam, though it would be very comfortable there with Frank de Boer, Danny Blind and Dennis Bergkamp. When I left 12 years ago I said I would return. But I did not know what great years I would have with Manchester United."

"It may be that I`m going to give United clinics in Asia, where the club is very popular, or something in commerce. I have already held some talks."


We`re sure that whatever Edwin chooses to do he`ll make a grand job of it!



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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday March 25 2011

Time: 12:30PM

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Hopefully a coaching role, his teachings will be invaluable for the likes of Lindergaard and Kuszczak.
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