Posted by: Zel Ram | March 18, 2008

Ben Foster over Derby

Sir Alex Ferguson was delighted with the performance of debutant goalkeeper
Ben Foster in Saturday’s narrow victory over Derby County.

The 24-year-old made two crucial stops to deny Rams striker Kenny Miller with the score at 0-0, laying the foundations for Cristiano Ronaldo to bag three vital points for United.Foster’s United debut has been a long time coming, but Sir Alex feels a bright future beckons for club and country.”It was an excellent performance,” the manager told MUTV.

“In his debut in a competitive game for United, he showed what England are going to enjoy for the next 10 years. I think he’ll be England’s goalkeeper without question.”He’s an absolutely outstanding potential and he’s young. He’s not had a lot of football, and today he showed two great saves, his distribution, his speed off the line and it was really a first class performance.”Although Edwin van der Sar is likely to be rested again, Foster’s performance at Pride Park and Tomasz Kuszczak’s return from a one-match ban gives Sir Alex a dilemma as to who should start between the sticks for Wednesday’s visit of Bolton.



  1. wat a ronaldo.l luv ronaldo goals vvvvvveeeeerrrrrryyyyy much.keep playing like this

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