Even if sad stories like that of Federico Macheda and Adnan Januzaj still remains deeply rooted in the minds of Manchester United fans, the emergence of teenagers in line with the tradition Busby introduced and Sir Alex Ferguson popularized remains till this day.
As disappointing as this season
has been for the Red Devils, the sight of Marcus Rashford, Brandon Williams and
Mason Greenwood all playing a part to save the club from sinking remains a joyous
sight to behold for all lovers of tradition and history.
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United are said to have offered young forward a new deal that will keep him at
the club for the nearest futures. Greenwood is regarded as one of the top
prospects from the youth teams and the club is trying to tie him to a long term
is also tricky and possesses quality with his ability on
the ball no doubt. The 17-year-old has been effective in the Europa
League and is seen as the future of the club. United are thought to be looking
at the player as a temporary solution to their injury crises.
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Manchester United have not had the best starts this season under Ole Gunnar Solsjaer. Despite this, the club has shown a desire to give youths a chance and play expansive football despite the lack of results so far.
Looking at United’s attack the likes of Rashford, Martial and Daniel James are less than 24 years old and posses immense potentials. However, one player that has touted to surpass this trio is 17-year-old youngster Mason Greenwood.
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Portuguese striker Andre Silva has said that he remains an AC Milan player ahead of this summer’s transfer window. The marksman joined Sevilla on a season-long loan last summer with the option to buy, but his mixed relationship with the Spanish club has meant that he could be heading back to the Rossoneri.
Silva has recently been receiving treatment for a left knee injury but his decision to make himself available for the Nations League finals with Portugal seems to have angered the Sevilla board. Speaking to A Bola, the Portuguese indicated that he could not do much to help Sevilla’s cause in the past few months due to his knee problem.
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The story of Federico Macheda career has been talked about in different circles across the football world about a player that appeared to have the world at his feet before falling away. Ten years ago the Italian scored a goal that appeared to transform his career.
With United chasing the Premier League title Macheda had been informed by Sir Alex Ferguson that he would be in the first team squad for the clash against Aston Villa. This was on the back of the forward bagging a hattrick for the reserve team against Newcastle.
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On the 5th of April 2009, Manchester United faced Aston Villa in a key League game for the title. With United 2-1 down Sir Alex Ferguson turned to an unknown 17 year old from the bench at the hour mark in what would be the most decisive substitution of the season.
United made it 2-2 with an equalizer from Cristiano Ronaldo and with a few minutes left in the game a legend was born. The 17-year-old took the ball and expertly curled it out of the hands of a diving Brad Friedel and United went on to win the title.
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Former Manchester United forward Federico Macheda believes that the Red Devils should have waited a bit longer before sacking Jose Mourinho. He said that this is one of the best managers in the world you are talking about and that he does not deserve to be sack. He said that this is true when you know that the club has refused to back him in the transfer market.
Federico Macheda said that Jose Mourinho was right at the beginning of the season when he said that Manchester United will be facing a difficult season after he did not get the players that he wanted. The former Manchester United forward believes that the club should have given him more time to turn things around before replacing him.
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Former Arsenal defender Emmanuel Eboue believes that the Gunners need to recruit new defenders during the January transfer window. He said that the team needs reinforcement at the back and that this is an area of the team that needs significant investment.
He said that Arsenal has made some genuine progress since Unai Emery has taken over as the coach but he feels that they need to strengthen at the back. He said that the team has suffered numerous injuries in this department and that the manager should find a solution to help the team at the back.
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Rights group Amnesty International has fired a warning to FIFA, football’s governing body against their plans of expanding the Qatar 2022 World Cup to neighboring countries like Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE), raising concerns over human rights in the Gulf nations, according to a British source.
In a statement to the British online publication, The Independent
on Saturday, the rights group based in the United Kingdom insists that any plans to expand the prestigious tournament, originally planned to be hosted by Qatar, must come with a call for both countries to improve their human rights records.
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Striker who burst on stage as a teenager in the Premier League has struggled to maintain the early heights, but has now had a chance in Greece. The former Manchester United star Federico Macheda has got the chance to revive his career by Panathinaikos. Italian striker Macheda performed on stage in stunning style when he scored a brilliant goal for his United debut as a teenager.
The Roman forward was just 17 get out of the bench to produce a moment of magic to turn his defender and rifled home a late winner in the Premier League clash with Aston Villa. He spent the next two years on the edge of the British troupe without being able to repeat the heroes whom the supporters hoped to have seen them pamper a new star of the future. The club sent him out on a number of pages at home and abroad to help him develop his game with regular first football.
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