Date: 2nd March 2012 at 4:15pm
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Down in the Championship, Vicarage Road to be precise, Thomasz Kuszczak is finally getting some regular first team action.

Dropping down the pecking order, at Old Trafford, despite the retirement of Edwin Van Der Sar, Kuszczak had to get away from Old Trafford to pursue his Euro 2012 Finals ambitions, but, despite being told by Sir Alex Ferguson that he was not the replacement for the Dutch legend, after he announced his retirement, the Polish keeper still has strong feelings for those he left behind, commenting in the media,

“In previous years there was no place for keeping mistakes and I knew that. It`s a big club.”

“This year, there`s more of a place for keeping errors and bad displays. I`m disappointed about how things have ended.”

“I want to stress I want to see United win the Premier League. They`re still my friends and I wish them the best. Why should I be angry with them?”

“But I`m disappointed about the way things worked out. I had waited and did what Sir Alex asked over this period of time.”

“I was loyal but didn`t receive enough chances to prove myself and that`s why I`m here today.”


Strong feelings but a hint of bitterness perhaps!



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