Kuszczak

Kuszczak Wants First Team

  • 31 July 2008
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Tomasz Kuszczak won't settle for a bench role at Manchester United this season.

"I will do my best to give the boss the best view of me and try to be number one. That is my challenge," he told the Manchester Evening News. "I played a few games last season and I think my performance was very good. I am prepared to be number one.

Kuszczak Wants To Play

  • 21 July 2008
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Manchester United goalkeeper Tomasz Kuszczak is hoping to see more action this season.

"I hope to get more chances to play in the future," Kuszczak told MUTV.

"I say this openly because I came to Manchester two years ago and I've trained very hard. I always try to be ready for the team and I hope my chance will come soon and I'll get more games to prove myself.

United in Europe

  • 27 March 2008
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Rio Ferdinand lived the dream of leading England out as captain on Wednesday night, but there was no fairytale ending as the Three Lions slumped to a 1-0 defeat in the Stade de France.

A first-half Frank Ribery penalty was enough to hand the home side victory in a match that also saw David Beckham win his 100th England cap.

Roma 1 - 1 United

  • 13 December 2007
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A much-changed Manchester United side earned a draw against Italian giants Roma to protect their unbeaten record in the Champions League this season.

With United already having won Group F and Roma having qualified in second place the game had an eerie start, with the opening 20 minutes dreadfully apathetic.

United 2 - 1 Sporting

  • 29 November 2007
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Kuszczak and flew in at his near post. They could have added a second almost instantly, but Liedson's finish was ruled out for offside - a marginal decision at best.

As United struggled to maintain any attacking rhythm, Sporting were shooting on sight and Anderson Polga shocked Kuszczak with a snap-shot that the keeper held at the second attempt.

United 4 - 0 Kiev

  • 8 November 2007
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Manchester United qualified for the Champions League knockout stage after a comfortable win against Dynamo Kiev.

United made five changes to the team that drew 2-2 at Arsenal, and it took a while for Sir Alex Ferguson's side to get into their stride.

United Smash Kiev

  • 24 October 2007
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Two goals from Cristiano Ronaldo helped a dominant Manchester United to a comfortable victory at Dynamo Kiev.

Kiev's defence was poor. Actually to be blunt, they were awful for much of the match. They looked disjointed against a United side whose attacking wave of Carlos Tevez, Rooney, Ronaldo and Giggs were a cut above sublime.

Carrick Salutes Defence

  • 11 October 2007
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Michael Carrick says United's solid backline has provided the perfect platform on which to build this season's title challenge.

Rio and co. currently hold the best defensive record in the country, with just two goals conceded, and Carrick believes it will stand the Reds in good stead over the course of the campaign.

Man Utd 4 - 0 Wigan

  • 11 October 2007
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Manchester United's attacking trio of Carlos Tevez, Cristiano Ronaldo and Wayne Rooney put their side top of the table for the first time this season.

United suffered two more injuries in the first half when Nemanja Vidic and John O'Shea had to go off, two substitutions that disrupted the champions' impressive early rhythm.

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