Kuszczak will not skip out on Man Utd after Fergie talks - despite poor treatment

Polish fans are unhappy with the way goalkeeper Tomasz Kuszczak has been treated at Manchester United.

Polish fans are unhappy with the way goalkeeper Tomasz Kuszczak has been treated at Manchester United.
Kuszczak appears to be have pushed out of the running to succeed Edwin van der Sar at Old Trafford this season.

Polish football expert Wojciech Szaniawsk, who has close ties to the keeper, told tribalfootball.com: "Tomasz Kuszczak is one of the best Polish goalkeepers, our hope for Euro 2012.

"He is still waiting for a real chance in Manchester United but signing of Anders Lindegaard and plans of signing Pepe Reina could be a signal that there is no place for him in the first squad.

"Kuszczak has a lot of friends in The Red Devils team, but is thinking about leaving Manchester. He was talking about that with Sir Alex Ferguson before Christmas and the manager admitted that he needs him in the squad.

"So Kuszczak will definitely not leave Manchester before the summer.

"In Poland, fans are very unhappy - Kuszczak is a great goalkeeper and everyone feels that he should play more. He is in a great age and has confirmed his superior abilities when playing in the first squad. So it is very unfair that Sir Alex Ferguson has never given him a real chance."

 
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