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VIDEO: At Least Foster Doesn’t Have To Worry About These Mistakes Now

“I don’t wish I’d stuck around at all. A club like United is cutthroat, win at all costs, whereas here, you know you’re not going to win every game but the players we’ve got bottle and don’t give anyone a second breath. There is more pressure at United, without a doubt. Even if we drew there, it was the end of the world. I wouldn’t go back. I’m having more fun, that’s a huge part of football. It’s tough at United and in training it’s very serious. There is more of a relaxed atmosphere here. It’s up to me to show United what they’re missing.”

Missing you, Ben.


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Scott is the editor of Red Matters - 50 Years of Supporting Manchester United and an author of Play Like Fergie's Boys and Not Nineteen Forever. He writes for ESPN, The Metro and Bleacher Report. Follow @R_o_M on Twitter.

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54 Comments

  1. StatesideAussie says:

    I can understand people not having enough talent. I will never understand people not having enough desire.

  2. BNSroar says:

    Quite funny how shit changes around here, one has to look back when VDS was injured last season and Foster took his spot. 80% of ppl on this blog were raving about him like he was some sort of bees knees, and all he provided was mediocre performances. On top of that when i mentioned that Kuszczak was twice the keeper of Foster, i was laughed at. Just shows what a bunch of tools frequent this blog. (glory hunters)

    Also its the same story with Rooney, when he was scoring goals he was the “mighty god” of United. After Scott ran few articles about him making few mistakes (which i dont support myself) all of the sudden he was labeled as a “cunt” “asshole” etc…. Hes a human being and then a footballer, he did what he did but hes still committed to United and you lot pretty much shat on his name just because hes a human? People change, circumstances change, and you can not hold ones tongue out just because he did or said something in the past under different circumstances.

  3. sellyselina says:

    dude. he let in goals from a malaysian side during a friendly with Man U in july’09. nuff said.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Q6ACNQygBo

  4. Dave Malaysia says:

    For those of u slagging this guy off , thats not needed,he did his best for us,did not say anything bad about us at anytime.

    He did do well for Birmigham in the league against our nearest rivals.

    His comments shows he does not thrive or handle the pressure well,most of us have learnt how the pressure can make even the best players look average.

    He is a brilliant keeper but not at the level we wanted and he llooks comfortable at birmigham.

    His first mistake was understandable with his own player blocking him,the second was loss of concentration, that was why he had to leave us.

    The look of anguish on his face,sad, he shud quickly recover.

    good luck to this kid,Manutd changed his life for the better when we picked him out of the lower leagues and he has given us the respect ,so I hope he does well always against our nearest rivals.

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