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Jeepers Keepers!

Who will be between the sticks for Manchester United tonight?

It is a question that only Sir Alex Ferguson can answer.

Anders Lindegaard has been preferred for the last two Premier League games but, reading into a few comments attributed to Sir Alex, tonight could see the return of David De Gea,

Talking about the situation and ahead of the intriguing clash with the Turkish side, Galatasaray, Sir Alex is attributed as having remarked,

"There`s a strong possibility of David coming back against Galatasaray."

"The most important thing I`m trying to achieve is getting them experience of the English game. They`re both young, they don`t have the experience of Edwin van der Sar or Peter Schmeichel, so alternating them Is not a problem."


In theory it is not but, in practice, some would say that a defence benefits from having a solid foundation and develops a natural understanding with the last line of defence, a last line that is both familiar and reliable, if you see where I`m coming from!



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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday September 19 2012

Time: 4:38PM

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Not a bad problem to have; and only Sir Alex can alternate keepers without causing one of them a loss of confidence.
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