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Foster's Old Trafford Debut

Ben Foster has been included in the first eleven for tomorrow's clash with Spain at Old Trafford. It will be the keeper's first ever game at the Theatre of Dreams.

Amazingly, on-loan goalkeeper Foster never played a game at Old Trafford. He's been on loan at Watford almost since we bought him now but due to the agreement he can't play against his parent club so Wednesday's game will be the first ever occasion he graces the Old Trafford turf.

The line-up: Foster (Watford) - Gary Neville (Man Utd), Phil Neville (Everton), Rio Ferdinand (Man Utd), Woodgate (Middlesbrough) - Gerrard (Liverpool, capt), Carrick (Man Utd), Lampard (Chelsea) - Wright-Phillips (Chelsea Crouch (Liverpool), Dyer (Newcastle).

Interesting line-up. I assume Rooney is out because of his minor injury but why SWP instead of Lennon?




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Writer: Zae Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday February 6 2007

Time: 4:14PM

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good on foster, but otherwise WTF!!!! barry!??? Lennon???? whats the point of having a squad if you dont use players in the best positions!!!!!!!!!!!
edgley_1957
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06/02/2007 16:22:00

Of course Woodgate of Middlesbrough has been picked :-)
Zae
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06/02/2007 16:25:00

Barry will never play for England. Dunno why.
midlothian99
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06/02/2007 16:27:00

A great opportunity for the lad to stake his claim for the jersey.
sandgroanun
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06/02/2007 22:20:00

i say foster is better then robinson james should of been in the sqaud too.
rooneyisgod
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07/02/2007 15:11:00

Well, they've been overran, outplayed and well beaten - but at least Foster looked assured.
midlothian99
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09/02/2007 17:36:00

 

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