Thats better RFR I agree with most of what you said there and you gave goodRedForceRising said:Just saw this.
I also remember a little save against Man City last season and three penalty saves in a row in the curtain raiser of 07/08.
That still doesn't hide the fact that he has not been reliable lately.
I know it sounded harsh, but I wouldn;t give that tag to an United player unless I was absolutely convinced. Although I don't have contacts within OT to confirm it, I really felt he was making the injury worst than it was and it was only after he spilled the ball that he decided to act as if he were mortally wounded.
And now we hear that the injury is not as bad as first thought.
Hand-on-heart, I'd rather Kuszczak start the next few games ahead of Edwin.
The defenders are losing faith in Edwin and Rio has been having little skirmishes with him since the latter part of last season.
I would like to think I'm very fair when it comes to individual performances as shown in the Berba v Chelsea thread, but Edwin has been driving me nuts and making me very nervous. And worse than that I don't think he has been instilling a lot of confidence in his team mates.
Add to that, his gaffes actually inspire the opposition and signals weakness.
reasons as well. But calling one of our own a 'loser', questioning their mentality
and saying they feigned injury is just not on imo. He doesnt deserve that one bit,
especially after all he has done for us and in his entire career.
Im an avid Keane fan as you know, and we all know what happened to the guy
who accused him of feigning injury........
actually there were 2, Haaland and McCarthy.
I think you know what Im trying to say here.