1,302 minutes and counting! What Man United star Edwin could have done with his time

19 February 2009 09:58
Edwin van der Sar's extraordinary run of clean sheets in the Barclays Premier Leagues goes on and on.[LNB]The Manchester United[LNB]star kept out Fulham[LNB]at Old Trafford to extend his record to an incredible 14 games.[LNB]That is a whopping 1,302 minutes without conceding - and Sportsmail has got thinking on just what else the keeper could have done in the almost 22 hours he has spent unbeaten between the sticks.[LNB] Human shield: Edwin van der Sar[LNB] 1. Count the £10,333 he earns in wages every 22 hours.[LNB]2. Watch every minute of United's triumphant Champions League campaign from last season - including that penalty save from Nicolas Anelka in the Moscow final against Chelsea.[LNB] Memories: Van der Sar could savour watching his European Cup-winning penalty save over and over again[LNB] 3. Drive to Wembley and back to Manchester three times. Beware the traffic, though.[LNB]4. Fly to his native Holland and back seven times.[LNB]5. Watch a replay of last year's epic Wimbledon final between Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer four times in a row - with time for a half-hour kip before each viewing.[LNB] Epic: But Rafa Nadal's Wimbledon victory against Roger Federer lasted only a quarter of the time it has taken Van der Sar to maintain his record[LNB] 6. Time to make Heston Blumenthal's perfect spaghetti bolognese three times. Recommended simmering time: seven to eight hours.[LNB]7. Complete a 'normal' 22-hour shift on one of the dangerous fishing boats featured in the hit TV series Deadliest Catch.[LNB]8. Sit down for the entire first series of 24 with time for a cup of tea between each episode.[LNB] Marathon: Kiefer Sutherland (centre) as Jack Bauer with fellow stars from the first series of 24[LNB]9. Plenty of time to complete the Ironman Triathlon. A 2.4 mile swim and 112m bike followed by a marathon. Current world record: 8hrs 4mins 8sec.[LNB]10. Do 28 full cycles on the Tube's Circle Line (journey time: 47 minutes). Regular commuters will deny one is possible, let alone 28.[LNB] VIDEO SPECIAL: Who is better? The moments that made Peter Schmeichel and Edwin van der Sar Manchester United legends[LNB]Keeping an open mind is secret of Manchester United Edwin van der Sar's success[LNB]MANCHESTER UNITED FC NEWS FROM ACROSS THE NET[LNB][LNB] [LNB]  

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