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Foster Injured

“Ben Foster has returned to Manchester United having picked up a knock during Sunday’s FA Community Shield against Chelsea. Joe Hart has been called into the squad as a replacement.”




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52 Comments

  1. Tufty says:

    Foster is a quality keeper and will be Utds number one for years to come.
    I have no worries with him. You cant blame him for any goal on Sunday, although he did have a couple of shaky moments, but who didnt.
    Kuszac is simply not good enough, rather give the games to Amos (Who is currently injured).
    Howard didnt have the concentration level to be Utds keeper, although a good goalie.
    Fosters injury will be nothing, Utd will be ensuring he is fully fit to play for Utd.
    YCSYFEUYA!

  2. Devilton says:

    Probably a bullshit injury which he will miraculously recover from, but I’m still unconvinced that Foster has the bottle to succeed at United. He looks good against the wank teams like spuds, but against the likes of Chelsea, Barca, etc he will get found out. Too nervous and twitchy for me and i doubt we can afford to give him 10-12 games to get settled in. Not this season where we will face quite a few teams looking to take points off us.

    Foster’s ability in goal might mean the difference in tough 1-0 games that we win and 1-1 draws where we drop points. I honestly fear for our season if he plays 50% of our games.

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