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Kuszczak Returning to West Brom?

Kuszczak Returning to West Brom?

Our back-up keeper, Tomasz Kuszczak, has already indicated that he`ll be leaving Old Trafford this summer in order to play regular first team football, but there could be a strange twist in this saga.

Today, the gossip columns are linking the twenty-nine year old with a return from whence he came.

Kuszczak, who joined Manchester United from West Bromwich Albion in 2006, is being lured back to the Hawthorns by Roy Hodgson on what would be a free transfer.

Hodgson, so the story goes, has implied that he believes Kuszczak has the ability to push his current number one, Scott Carson, all the way for the keepers` jersey next season.

We`ll report any concrete developments on this one.



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Tuesday May 10 2011
Time: 5:00PM

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He's a good, reliable keeper but not vocal enough. Not first team standard but exceptional cover, shame he's not happy with the squad player role.
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10/05/2011 19:38:00
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