Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Affirm Foster would defend Britain Again

West Bromwich - has been a while since Ben Foster left the England national team. His career at the international level somewhat short. After deciding to retire at the age of 27 years ago in May 2011, Foster was reluctant to return to the national team.

The reason is simple, a series of injuries made ​​him just want to focus defend his club. Instead of nationalism Foster has faded, but it was Foster still want to make a living on the gridiron and to defend the club deems more beneficial because menggajinya each week and treat intensively during this injury.

"No, same as before, not to return. I enjoy playing for the club and feel comfortable and fit, "he told the Daily Mirror, Tuesday (01/24/2012).

For Foster, the Caps do not, allow it to have free time to relax during the international break. Former Manchester United goalkeeper was felt, the break for himself, it is important to maintain fitness condition.

"The period of rest during the weeks that international action is good for me, especially with players who have a condition like I am in the middle of a tight schedule," he added.

"You can relax to calm the mind and body for a moment of football, for four or three days when the break international matches," added Foster.

During his career, the new Foster 5 times the last guardian of the Three Lions. Foster acted first debut on February 7, 2007. Although Foster has not been able to penetrate the main squad for England at that time was controlled by Robert Green and veteran David James, Foster's name is always there in the list of names that brought the UK anywhere.

Until arriving in 2011, in which Foster was beginning to lose its name due to injury. To continue to extend its business to earn a fortune in the Premier League, Foster decided to retire from international football.


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