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Kuszczak Leaves On Loan

Tomasz Kuszczak has joined Watford on loan until the end of the season. Watford are currently 17th in the Championship.

Kuszczak has been unhappy at the club for some time after dropping further down the pecking order. This season he has been the 4th choice keeper and often plays for the Reserves.

Last summer the club rejected an offer from his former club West Brom for him, much to his disappointment.

“I am angry and disappointed with the way I am treated,” Kuszczak said at the time. “I had a few good offers. The problem was the club who wanted to sell me for £4m.”

Kuszczak hasn’t played for the first team since last May when United won a record breaking 19th title at Ewood Park.

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  1. James21 says:

    Well lets see if he’s booed by the fans when he returns Just like they booed his name at OT. Posnan Hipocrite pricks the lot of them.

  2. Mikekelly12 says:

    Gotta love the job dodging dipper jokes. Right, thats me done, off to me pit. These 12 hour days are doing me in. Sweet dreams RoM, just think, when you wake up we’ll be a day closer to number 20!

  3. CedarsDevil says:

    My 3 old angel already refers to them as shitty….. Taught her well… I just say who are City and she replies shitty!

  4. CedarsDevil says:

    Sweet dreams Mike

  5. CedarsDevil says:

    Seems Willie was not joking! If this comes off it will be comedy gold of the highest order

  6. Brigadier19 says:

    Cedars, Kenny D came up on my tv the other day and my little girl just burst out with ” Oh no it’s Queer Kenny”. Thiswas whilst my ma was around, she wanted to laugh deep down but just had to show her whole hearted diplomacy as a fellow nursery teacher. Was piss funny though. Teach em young. Have ti tell them to ease of the chants I’m teaching them at times :)

  7. James21 says:

    Ha Ha Cedars and Brigadier.
    I’ve taught my 4 year old Niece. In your Liverpool slums. Funny as fuck when she hears Liverpool and starts singing it.

    Right thats me done. Off to bed.
    Keep Utd. 20

  8. WillieRedNut says:

    Please bring the fact man back! :D Wafa!

  9. the team that wouldn't die says:

    Brigadier19 and Cedars:
    You are class act parents! Keep up the good work! :)

  10. WillieRedNut says:

    Chelsea’s problems go back to sacking a proven winner in Don Carlo. Then replacing him with a young manager barely out of nappies, in terms of management. Crazy decision by Roman the Ruskie!

  11. Costas says:

    Rafa at Chelsea makes sense:

    - Abramovich is the expert on getting managers fired and them paying them with very generous compensation packages. It already happened with Mourinho, Scolari and Ancelotti.

    - Benithez on the other hand, is renowned for getting fired due to being utter dogshit and then also getting compensation packages. He’s the only manager in history that’s managed to do this twice in less than a year. :lol:

    They are a perfect match these two.

  12. CedarsDevil says:


    Luckily my mum’s English is not up to speed so I get away with murder! haha

    NIght all and RIP Duncan Edwards

  13. WillieRedNut says:

    Can’t see it Costas. Hope it happen though! :) Talking about facts!! ;)

  14. NBI Red Onion says:

    All the best to Kuz, I can understand his frustration, I think SAF just kept him on as De Gea and Lindegrad were untested. He is getting on and really does need to play somewhere. He did a good service and gave it his best shot but it was not good enough. Hang loose bro.

  15. samuel - united WE stand says:

    I don’t know how people can solely blame AVB for their current debacle. There is clearly a clique in that squad that control chelsea. Lumpard, drogba, terry and add cole to that.

    Four players with huge egos, they’ve all seen the arrival and departure of managers. Now they all can’t even put in the performances anymore but yet still demand starting berths. Someone has to stand up to those twats and maybe that’s what AVB is trying to implement. Whether they respect him, i’m not sure but he isn’t the only one at fault even though he gives the impression of an arrogant person in his press conferences.

    I noticed this agenda in the english media to get rid of anyone that can speak perfect english. I wonder if these same ignorants would be fluent at other languages.

    Anyway, personally i don’t care about chelsea or any rivals And if they’re in disarray then so be it. United have issues too that i’d rather focus on.

  16. WillieRedNut says:

    That’s alot of words for someone who doesn’t care.

  17. NBI Red Onion says:

    @ Samuel – one thing to note, much as I am not a Terry fan, he is a real leader for Chelsea on the field and probably has more influence on their game than AVB. He is a poor mans Pep for Barcelona when Pep was playing.

    AVB is 34 – he was never going to get respect in the way an older more estalished manager would and some of their senior players may in fact be better at knowing what works for the team, they are not fools and they know each other and their opponents better than he does. In fairness to Chelsea the team has performed for good managers – Jose and Ancelotti. Roman was stupid to get rid of Ancelotti. Selling Alex was stupid.

    Don’t forget also that SAF had huge tough characters in Keane, Cantona, Ince, Robson, Hughes – he handled them and he was younger then – all through his career SAF has handled tough players, difficult players, talented players. AVB can’t. He also talks to much about the inside workings of the Club and what the players think. He needs to shut up talking to the press and just focus on trying to earn some respect. Part of a managers job – see Moyes and new old coach at Sunderland – is to handle players on all levels that’s why it’s managing, not coaching.

  18. NBI Red Onion says:

    I think Pep will join Chelsea as coach in the summer. He is out of contract in summer and has refused to sign a new one and I believe he is interested in coaching in the EPL.

    I believe Roman will move for Pep in summer. He likes the way Barca play and Pep has achieved more than AVB and would command respect but also be a young manager who could grow with the job and who would probably quite like London as a place to live. He would also help develop their youth policy. If I was Roman it would be a no-brainer.

  19. Utd4life says:

    NBIRedOnion. Reasonable argument but will Roman be patient with Pep in case things don’t go as planned? I don’t think so because the way I see it, Roman’s policy seems to be “get me the CL or you are out”.

  20. Jeet says:

    Anyone with an ounce of sense (and I trust Pep to have more than that) will refuse to join that outfit ruled by the mad russian mafiosi and his caporegime cllc

  21. lordrt says:

    A good move for him

    off-topic: Just read that Nani will be offered a 27m 4-yr deal soon. However I believe Valencia should have been the recipient of such a deal

  22. JC says:

    Tony just signed a new deal this summer.


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