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City look to loan Fraser Forster

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City look to loan Fraser Forster

Post  Guest on Fri Jun 10, 2011 1:31 am

Hull City have been linked to Newcastle United goalkeeper Fraser Foster in today`s Hartlepool Mail.

The 6ft 7in 23 year old spent last season on loan in the Scottish Premier League at Celtic, making league 36 appearances as he won the Scottish Cup, as well as receiving a runners-up medal in the league and League Cup.

Featuring 44 times in total, Forster kept 24 clean-sheets in an impressive spell north of the border.

Having now returned to Newcastle, Forster is keen to challenge Steve Harper for the number one jersey, but Nigel Pearson is hopeful of agreeing a season long loan for the former Bristol Rovers, Stockport and Norwich City player.

However, the lure of guaranteed first team football may be enough to tempt Forster to the KC, who is unlikely to want to sit on the bench after a successful first-team spell with Celtic last year.


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Re: City look to loan Fraser Forster

Post  wolfie on Fri Jun 10, 2011 6:22 am

For me,Tim Krull has to be our priority and that is in no way putting down Forster, who i think is a very capable keeper but in all fairness, I don't think Forster has been properly tested whilst playing for Celtic and would benefit a lot more playing for someone like Hull City on a season long loan but with the option to bring him straight back, should we encounter a weird run of injuries to our keepers.

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