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Amos Hoping For Loan Move!

Speculation, in the tabloid press this morning, infers that Ben Amos might be looking for a loan move.

Amos, now third in the keepers pecking order behind recent buys David de Gea and Anders Lindegaard, would obviously benefit from some first team experience, at a decent level.

The decision facing Sir Alex Ferguson though is whether to allow Amos to go on a long term loan and risk being left short if De Gea or Lindegaard picks up an injury or opt for a shorter loan spell with a 24 hour call-back option!



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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday August 31 2011

Time: 4:41PM

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Let him go out on loan, we've got Lindergaard, Kuszczak and De Gea and he won't get a sniff at the moment. Let him go out on loan, mature and improve his game and comeback and replace the want-away Kuszczak.
TheFamousNo7
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01/09/2011 09:09:00

Let him go out on loan, we've got Lindergaard, Kuszczak and De Gea and he won't get a sniff at the moment. Let him go out on loan, mature and improve his game and comeback and replace the want-away Kuszczak.
TheFamousNo7
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01/09/2011 09:09:00

I think Amos may go down the same path as Ben Foster, and leave very soon - would be a shame though - not sure on Lindegaard, but I really like Kuszczak, and would like to see him as our number 2....
niteworlok
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01/09/2011 14:48:00

I think Amos may go down the same path as Ben Foster, and leave very soon - would be a shame though - not sure on Lindegaard, but I really like Kuszczak, and would like to see him as our number 2....
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