Date: 3rd January 2011 at 1:05pm
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Thomasz Kuszczak was called into action against West Bromwich Albion.

With Edwin Van der Sar going down with the flu virus, Sir Alex Ferguson turned to the Polish international to provide cover for the Dutchman.

Thomasz gave a decent display, he had no chance with that awesome Morrison volley and was there when needed.

But, with Anders Lindegaard having been signed, and with other rumours doing the rounds that Sir Alex Ferguson is keen to sign another keeper, the future for Thomasz looks to be very uncertain.

Talking to the press, after the win at West Brom, Thomasz held nothing back when it came to declaring his frustrations, remarking,

“I need to see what the boss wants to do, whether he wants to play me or sell me. I don`t know.”

“But every player has his ambitions and I have mine.”

“I have sat on the bench for five years now but that means nothing to me.”

“What I need is a chance to play more than one game in two or three months.”

“I mean it was my debut for this season on the first of January! You can`t prove anything like that.”

“I would like regular football. I am ready to play.”

“I have some experience now and I think I can use that.”

“I will wait to see what happens at the end of the season. But certainly want to be playing.”


Has Thomasz been given a fair chance or is it really time for him to move on?

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