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Profile of the English footballer Ben Foster, who currently plays as a goalkeeper at West Brom. The 31-year old player Foster joined West Brom from Birmingham City and wears the number 1 shirt.

Ben Foster
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        (Squad number 1)

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Ben Foster Career
2000–2001Racing Club Warwick
2001–2005Stoke City0(0)
2002Bristol City (loan)0(0)
2002–2003Tiverton Town (loan)16(0)
2004Stafford Rangers (loan)1(0)
2004Kidderminster Harriers (loan)2(0)
2005Wrexham (loan)17(0)
2005–2010Manchester United12(0)
2005–2006Watford (loan)44(0)
2006–2007Watford (loan)29(0)
2010–2012Birmingham City38(0)
2011–2012West Bromwich Albion (loan)37(0)
2012–West Bromwich Albion72(0)

2007–England8(0)

Ben Foster : West Brom News
“Ben Foster has described the Tony Pulis regime at West Brom as "brutal" - but insisted the manager's methods will get the best out of the Baggies.”
 Yahoo Sport  Yesterday
“Slashing rest days, a new fines system, players treated like kids — Ben Foster has lifted the lid on the Tony Pulis regime at West Bromwich Albion, and insists he’s loving it.”
 Daily Mail  Yesterday
“West Bromwich Albion fans daring to dream results elsewhere mean this Even then, Gray fired in two long-distance shots that required the Albion goalkeeper Ben Foster to make good saves.”
 theguardian.com  Yesterday
“Victor Anichebe's quickfire brace edged West Brom into the FA Cup fifth round as they survived Andrew Shinnie headed over and Demarai Gray forced Ben Foster into a smart save as Albion rode out second-half pressure at St Andrew's to remain unbeaten”
 Sport.co.uk  2 days ago
“The impressive Andy Shinnie headed inches over while substitute goalkeeper Ben Foster – who had to come Dyer (Gray 70); Novak (Zigic 75).”
 The Independent  2 days ago
“That bravery resulted in a nasty knock to the head for West Brom's goalkeeper and the visitors took no risks, sending on Ben Foster in place of the stricken Welshman.”
 live.sportlive.co.za  2 days ago
“Victor Anichebe scored twice in 10 minutes as West Brom proved too strong for Birmingham in their FA his line to thwart Dyer - prompting Pulis to bring on No 1 goalkeeper Ben Foster to face his previous club.”
 Mirror  2 days ago
“Birmingham made two changes from their 1-1 draw at Leeds as Lloyd Dyer came in for his debut against former club West Brom. The winger while James Morrison was named on the bench with Ben Foster and Brown Ideye.”
 Yahoo Sport  2 days ago
Ben Foster Career Honours
  • Wrexham: Football League Trophy (1): 2004–05
  • Watford: Football League Championship play-offs (1) : 2005–06
  • Manchester United: Football League Cup (2): 2008–09, 2009–10
  • Birmingham City: Football League Cup (1): 2010–11
  • Watford Player of the Season (1): 2006–07
  • Alan Hardaker Trophy (2): 2009, 2011
  • Birmingham City Player of the Season (1): 2010–11
  • Birmingham City Players' Player of the Season (1): 2010–11
  • West Bromwich Albion Players' Player of the Season (2): 2011–12, 2013–14
  • West Bromwich Albion Supporters' Player of the Season (2): 2011–12, 2013–14

    Source: wikipedia.org

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    Goalkeepers
    Luke Daniels Ben Foster
    Boaz Myhill
    Defenders
    Andre Wisdom Cristian Gamboa
    Jason Davidson Sebastien Pocognoli
    Gareth McAuley Craig Dawson
    Joleon Lescott Jonas Olsson
    Midfielders
    Georgios Samaras Silvestre Varela
    Stephane Sessegnon Sebastian Blanco
    Youssuf Mulumbu Claudio Yacob
    Chris Baird Craig Gardner
    Graham Dorrans Chris Brunt
    James Morrison
    Forwards
    Saido Berahino Victor Anichebe
    Brown Ideye
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