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Although Ben Amos expressed a wish to make his first Premier League away start this Sunday, it`s looking increasingly like David de Gea will resume first team goalkeeping duties.

De Gea, who missed the Stoke game through illness, has had a mixed season so far and although Sir Alex Ferguson has stated he is our long term keeper, his troubles between the sticks this season have led to the boss selecting Anders Lindegaard recently.

But with Lindegaard out for the next three or four weeks De Gea has a chance to re-stake his claim to be considered the number one United keeper, furthermore, the word on the street is that De Gea will be sent out on Sunday and told to show the watching world that he does have the correct credentials to be the man between the sticks for the next decade or so!



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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday February 3 2012

Time: 12:52PM

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Personally don't think his been as bad as everyone likes to make out this season. People focus on the couple of mistakes he makes during the game whilst turning a blind eye to the numerous saves which keeps us in games. The lad may of cost us points this season but he also has saved us a lot also. He's still young, learning and developing, we need to be patient with him and we will sought the rewards for it, the lad has to the potential to surpass Van Der Sar and usurp Casillas as the national team no 1.
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