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  1. Quote Originally Posted by RhQQ View Post
    Wolves this season have:

    -beaten & drew with Chelsea.
    -beaten Spurs away.
    -took points off Arsenal, one of the likeliest to do us a favour in the run in vs. them too.
    -knocked Liverpool out of the cup.

    Sometimes, football teams get beat, especially your opponents are tricky customers like Wolves who are built to frustrate & inflict damage to top sides, as they've proved all season, and have in my opinion, a CL level coach.


    Was a little bit surprised Ole threw all of Martial, Lingard & Herrera right in from the off coming off a spell out, wasn't like rotation was really needed given it's an international break, maybe Fred and Pereira as fully match-fit & match-sharp players would've been better from the start and just eased the attackers in particular into an open around 60-70 mins.
    Sounds crazy to say it but we badly missed Lukaku badly, our front-line is bloody powder puff last night. No physicality against 3 commanding CB's.... good luck.

    I just think the longer than expected honeymoon under a new manager may be over, hope I'm wrong but I'm worried going forward. But it will answer itself after the international break.

  2. Quote Originally Posted by zzeezzy View Post
    Solskjaer's tactic yesterday got exposed as well, this whole building through Pogba and going down the left was so predictable now. Teams have worked it out, didn't see any adjustment yesterday either despite seeing warning signs throughout the game from Wolves.

    Be interesting to see how we get on in next few games because they are pivotal to any top 4 hope. Have to be beating both Watford and Wolves which will be key to seeing if he learns from a game.
    You can’t make adjustments when you don’t have the tools tbh.

  3. Women are 0-0 atm in there FA Cup QF against WSL1 side Reading. Really tight game.

  4. Fosu-Mensah having a decent game I think, turned off a bit for their goal however considering barely played the season doing himself justice.

  5. Quote Originally Posted by RhQQ View Post
    Wolves this season have:

    -beaten & drew with Chelsea.
    -beaten Spurs away.
    -took points off Arsenal, one of the likeliest to do us a favour in the run in vs. them too.
    -knocked Liverpool out of the cup.

    Sometimes, football teams get beat, especially your opponents are tricky customers like Wolves who are built to frustrate & inflict damage to top sides, as they've proved all season, and have in my opinion, a CL level coach.


    Was a little bit surprised Ole threw all of Martial, Lingard & Herrera right in from the off coming off a spell out, wasn't like rotation was really needed given it's an international break, maybe Fred and Pereira as fully match-fit & match-sharp players would've been better from the start and just eased the attackers in particular into an open around 60-70 mins.
    Took a point of us as well.

  6. Quote Originally Posted by zzeezzy View Post
    Fosu-Mensah having a decent game I think, turned off a bit for their goal however considering barely played the season doing himself justice.
    He’s still a good prospect who has been dealt some shitty hands out on loan. Ole will give him a chance.

    Extra time in the FA Cup women’s tie. Reading on top though.

  7. Get in there! 1-0 Utd. Great dribbling run into the box by Lauren James who is tripped from behind. Captain Alex Greenwood puts homecthe peno.

    Oh dear lol. A hopeful ball into the box and calamity stuff as both the keeper and defender take each other out and the soft header goes in. 1-1.

    1-1 HT ET.

    2-1 Utd good cross from Sigsworth forces the Reading defender to put into her own net.

    WTF! 2-2 shocking defending. Another hopefull cross Harris completely miss judges her header and heads it straight to a reading player in the box for a easy finish. Both teams completely shot fitness wise.

    FFS a really poor taken freekick and the keeper makes a right mess and spills it to the STR for a tap in. Gutted for them!!
    Last edited by Theatre of Dreams83; 17/03/2019 at 05:33 PM.

  8. Wtf martial pulls out of France squad due to a recurring knee injury, was in severe pain throughout the match. How can we allow him to play yesterday in that case? Baffled. He was awful, now I understand why partly.

  9. Thanks Everton!

  10. Quote Originally Posted by zzeezzy View Post
    Wtf martial pulls out of France squad due to a recurring knee injury, was in severe pain throughout the match. How can we allow him to play yesterday in that case? Baffled. He was awful, now I understand why partly.
    Only read the Mirror and Sun saying it’s a recurring knee injury. Reports in France say it happened during the Wolves match. Oh well 2 weeks rest for our Tony

  11. Quote Originally Posted by Theatre of Dreams83 View Post
    Only read the Mirror and Sun saying it’s a recurring knee injury. Reports in France say it happened during the Wolves match. Oh well 2 weeks rest for our Tony
    Yeah but if he is in pain during the game should of subbed him straight away. I think we are trying to rush too many players back like with Lingard against Liverpool. One thing that bugs me about yesterday is why we didn't use Fred at all, I'm starting to think he is being a mistreated here. As soon as he gets some form he is bloody dropped, happened under both managers now. (Mourinho & Solskjaer).

  12. Quote Originally Posted by zzeezzy View Post
    Yeah but if he is in pain during the game should of subbed him straight away. I think we are trying to rush too many players back like with Lingard against Liverpool. One thing that bugs me about yesterday is why we didn't use Fred at all, I'm starting to think he is being a mistreated here. As soon as he gets some form he is bloody dropped, happened under both managers now. (Mourinho & Solskjaer).
    Ole won’t rush anyone back. He can only go on the physio and ultimately the players own say on his fitness/ feelings etc.

  13. Curious to get Rhqq's thoughts on Nuno the Wolves manager, do you really think he is CL level manager? I'm just asking out of curiosity and why you think he is. I've not seen much of his teams play but from last night, I didn't think it was anything revolutionary. 5-3-2 playing on the counter, it did work very well but I always felt the game was ours to win. We were just so poor on the ball that we couldn't actually create one meaningful chance.

  14. UNDER 16's: YESTERDAY- Newcastle 0-4 #MUFC

    XI
    Dermot Mee
    Iestyn Hughes, Will Fish, Owen Dodgson, Alfie Hughes
    Charlie Savage, Max Haygarth, Zidane Iqbal
    Mipo Odubeko, Shola Shoretire, Noah Botic

    SUBS
    Charlie Wellens, Junior Lively, Omari Forson


    Noah Botic has been on trial and Utd have taken the option to sign him. Is an attacking player from Australia and has scored in all games on trial



  15. Congratulations to Lee O'Connor on winning the Ireland U19s player of the year

  16. I rate Nuno from what I’ve seen this last 2 seasons hard not to tbh. Has his system never strays from it. Trusts his players to play the way he wants. And the players obviously love playing for him and work there asses off evey game. Tbh think a few under rate them because there club name is Wolves. Look at the squad it’s full with quality and with Agent Mendes there bringing in more talent and having a huge influence on transfers. They ain’t going away and are gonna be pushing for top 4 imo soon. There record against the big boys is outstanding and I can’t see it changing.

  17. Mario Balotelli reportedly had a t-shirt with the face of Manchester United’s Marcus Rashford underneath his Marseille shirt in case he scored & celebrated vs. PSG this evening.

  18. Quote Originally Posted by Theatre of Dreams83 View Post
    I rate Nuno from what I’ve seen this last 2 seasons hard not to tbh. Has his system never strays from it. Trusts his players to play the way he wants. And the players obviously love playing for him and work there asses off evey game. Tbh think a few under rate them because there club name is Wolves. Look at the squad it’s full with quality and with Agent Mendes there bringing in more talent and having a huge influence on transfers. They ain’t going away and are gonna be pushing for top 4 imo soon. There record against the big boys is outstanding and I can’t see it changing.
    Don't get me wrong they have done very well but my question is if he only stays to one system, I wonder if he has a plan B? Secondly, if you look at their midfield on paper technically better than most of the league bar a few. top teams maybe. So why can't you play a bit more possession style and dictate the game a bit more? With that midfield it should be possible against most teams.

    I'm not knocking anything they've done but just kind of wondering long-term where they go with that style of football. With their midfield surely they could be playing a bit more of an expansive game.

    We had 60% possession a times against them, that usually doesn't happen against relegation teams for us. But for Wolves on paper their midfield is probably better than ours from a technical point of view. If you take away City and maybe Liverpool their midfield is as good as anything in this league as a collective.

  19. CL level manager doesn’t mean you have to be an innovative or revolutionary coach. He drills an excellent defensive system and executes it superbly.

    Arent Simeone, Allegri etc. CL level coaches, despite their lack of modern innovation? I see him potentially reaching that bracket.

  20. Quote Originally Posted by RhQQ View Post
    CL level manager doesn’t mean you have to be an innovative or revolutionary coach. He drills an excellent defensive system and executes it superbly.

    Arent Simeone, Allegri etc. CL level coaches, despite their lack of modern innovation? I see him potentially reaching that bracket.
    Credit to them but I just feel that style of football is a bit dated now. In fairness to Allegri he has more strings in his bow, their recent game against Atletico in CL being prime example. Plus when they played us at Old Trafford they play a more possession based game.

  21. Quote Originally Posted by zzeezzy View Post
    Credit to them but I just feel that style of football is a bit dated now. In fairness to Allegri he has more strings in his bow, their recent game against Atletico in CL being prime example. Plus when they played us at Old Trafford they play a more possession based game.
    It was probably dated a few years after it first started. Doesn't meant it will stop anytime soon, nor should it - in most cases, it is still extremely effective. Besides, that's the beauty of Football isn't it, play however you want to//

  22. Quote Originally Posted by Sherkey View Post
    It was probably dated a few years after it first started. Doesn't meant it will stop anytime soon, nor should it - in most cases, it is still extremely effective. Besides, that's the beauty of Football isn't it, play however you want to//
    Yeah I'm not knocking anything they've done, I'm just wondering whether this style of play will continue to be successful, for example next season when teams will have an exact idea on what they are doing. Whether this style of play is going to get them to CL places, not beyond the realms of possibility next season, but pretty unlikely I think.

  23. Jeremy Wilson chief writer for Telegraph released an article this morning saying Pochettino remains the plan for United and has always been the vision no matter how successful we are with Solskjaer in coming months.

    I think it's a very interesting few months coming up, but for me if you have always had a plan to get a manager and then a caretaker comes in does well. Do we really abandon all this? I love Solskjaer as much as the next guy but I've felt for year now Pochettino was perfect for United. I don't think we can abandon that over a few months.

    The club still seems set on Pochettino anyway, according to that article. Rightly or wrongly, fans won't like it mostly if true of course.

  24. Quote Originally Posted by zzeezzy View Post
    Jeremy Wilson chief writer for Telegraph released an article this morning saying Pochettino remains the plan for United and has always been the vision no matter how successful we are with Solskjaer in coming months.

    I think it's a very interesting few months coming up, but for me if you have always had a plan to get a manager and then a caretaker comes in does well. Do we really abandon all this? I love Solskjaer as much as the next guy but I've felt for year now Pochettino was perfect for United. I don't think we can abandon that over a few months.

    The club still seems set on Pochettino anyway, according to that article. Rightly or wrongly, fans won't like it mostly if true of course.
    Wouldnt believe anything Wilson writes about Utd he’s terrible with anything to do with us especially transfers. And that piece he’s written is nothing but speculative nonsense. With no quotes or sources or even anything quoting his own sources. I would only pay attention to Ducker from the Telegraph regarding Utd.

    Think it’s already done with Ole. When Woodward was asked directly after the PSG victory at the airport. He said with a big smile and smirk. “maybe” if he had given Ole the job already.


    It it was only in Jan he was 100% sure we was selling Rojo, Sanchez and Darmian. And was tweeting about us getting/going for Griezmann again this Summer.

  25. Mike.'s Avatar Mike.
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    Nothing is done until its signed. And Wilson is a very good journalist.

    Journalists never name sources ever
    Last edited by Mike.; 18/03/2019 at 02:44 PM.

  26. Quote Originally Posted by Theatre of Dreams83 View Post
    Wouldnt believe anything Wilson writes about Utd he’s terrible with anything to do with us especially transfers. And that piece he’s written is nothing but speculative nonsense. With no quotes or sources or even anything quoting his own sources. I would only pay attention to Ducker from the Telegraph regarding Utd.

    Think it’s already done with Ole. When Woodward was asked directly after the PSG victory at the airport. He said with a big smile and smirk. “maybe” if he had given Ole the job already.


    It it was only in Jan he was 100% sure we was selling Rojo, Sanchez and Darmian. And was tweeting about us getting/going for Griezmann again this Summer.
    The success rate of caretaker manager does worry me big time, especially when it comes to PL. I don't think there has been a successful one when turned into permanent manager in recent history? Most of them have a good honeymoon and then it goes tits up.

    Very tough decision, Solskjaer is the fans favourite but I'm not sure whether we can overlook Pochettino if we can get him. In an ideal world you'd have both, Ole as assistant but that won't ever happen.

  27. Quote Originally Posted by Mike. View Post
    Nothing is done until its signed. And Wilson is a very good journalist.

    Journalists never name sources ever
    Never said he was a bad journalist. Just usually way off coming with Utd stuff. Obviously no one named sources lol. But usually you get the old bla bla a source close to the club at least.

    Dont get me wrong I wouldn’t be upset if we got Poch. But he also has question marks to. Maybe miles off but can’t see us paying 40m or whatever to get Poch. Then still having the sufficient funds to get the players in we need. Also find it very odd that there plastering Ole on all the advertising for the Tour and Especially season tickets for next year. Even leaked to be in the new kit launches. But doesn’t necessarily mean anything.
    Last edited by Theatre of Dreams83; 18/03/2019 at 03:21 PM.

  28. Mike.'s Avatar Mike.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Theatre of Dreams83 View Post
    Never said he was a bad journalist. Just usually way off coming with Utd stuff. Obviously no one named sources lol. But usually you get the old bla bla a source close to the club at least.

    Dont get me wrong I wouldn’t be upset if we got Poch. But he also has question marks to. Maybe miles off but can’t see us paying 40m or whatever to get Poch. Then still having the sufficient funds to get the players in we need. Also find it very odd that there plastering Ole on all the advertising for the Tour and Especially season tickets for next year. Even leaked to be in the new kit launches. But doesn’t necessarily mean anything.
    He's no more off than ducker is tbh.

  29. I still want Poch, the only thing that worries me a little is the fact that he'd probably take his entire coaching team with him and it could upset the current stability. Phelan & the lads are clearly adored by the boys, and know the club inside out. Could be a Moyes all over again.

  30. Quote Originally Posted by RhQQ View Post
    I still want Poch, the only thing that worries me a little is the fact that he'd probably take his entire coaching team with him and it could upset the current stability. Phelan & the lads are clearly adored by the boys, and know the club inside out. Could be a Moyes all over again.
    I think we should give ole a chance.I mean, if someone like ancelotti were available I’d switch in an instant, but I don’t really think Poch would do very well here, don’t think he’d be able to motivate the lads the way ole does(just something extra people with true big game experience can do, like Zizou, Carlo and others who have either played or managed big games on a regular basis

  31. Mike.'s Avatar Mike.
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    We have two really good options for differing reasons. Im quite happy to wait and play it out tbh

  32. Allegri is the best tactician in football, but English media will eat him alive.
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  33. Quote Originally Posted by Equilibrio View Post
    I think we should give ole a chance.I mean, if someone like ancelotti were available I’d switch in an instant, but I don’t really think Poch would do very well here, don’t think he’d be able to motivate the lads the way ole does(just something extra people with true big game experience can do, like Zizou, Carlo and others who have either played or managed big games on a regular basis
    Don't get me wrong Solskjaer has done great things whilst here, but he lacks credentials at the top level of management and it just seems risky going with him. But my main worry is now after 2 defeats in a row, is the extended honeymoon over? We'll find out soon enough with the Watford game and the coming months.

    I've always liked Pochettino, think he does wonders at times with that Spurs team. But at the same time Ole is very likeable, but I'm just not sure if he'll be able to cope with management here when the pressure is really on. Now it is ramping up because every game counts now, so we'll soon find out.

  34. I think Poch talked himself out of a job here with his comments after Spurs were dumped out of the FA Cup. The last two games have been shit but I'd be pretty disappointed if Ole didn't get the job now.

  35. Quote Originally Posted by zzeezzy View Post
    Don't get me wrong Solskjaer has done great things whilst here, but he lacks credentials at the top level of management and it just seems risky going with him. But my main worry is now after 2 defeats in a row, is the extended honeymoon over? We'll find out soon enough with the Watford game and the coming months.

    I've always liked Pochettino, think he does wonders at times with that Spurs team. But at the same time Ole is very likeable, but I'm just not sure if he'll be able to cope with management here when the pressure is really on. Now it is ramping up because every game counts now, so we'll soon find out.
    Tbh you don’t have to have top credentials to be a good manager. And it’s not like we have had look with the established ones since Fergie has gone. Whats Poch done to say he has credentials at the top level. He’s been good at developing some players. But let’s not act as if he’s managing a bunch of average players. And his record at the top level is absolutely terrible. And when it usually comes to the crunch his team usually bottles it.

    Ole knows the club knows the players. Is respected by all involved in the club. From where we were he performed absolute miracles tbh. 2 defeats against 2 top side (people are forgetting this!) Arsenal don’t lose at home hardly and Wolves have been fantastic against the top teams and have some quality players. Least Ole would have had half a season to asses the squad know exactly what he needs. And likely working on getting deals ready to be done early. With Poch your going back to square one and will be playing catch up on all fronts again going into a new season.

    TBH like Munroe I don’t even think he wants the job not yet anyway. New stadium will keep all his best players and will likely get investment, New massive contract just signed. Plus in nearly all his interviews he’s been stead fast in committing to Spurs. Which wasn’t the case when his future was questioned at his previous clubs. Not to mention Levy will defo drag this out all summer.
    Last edited by Theatre of Dreams83; 18/03/2019 at 10:50 PM.

  36. Apparently, Shaw has pulled out of the England squad due to injury. And Lukaku is undergoing scans. Just what we need. :/

  37. Quote Originally Posted by Sherkey View Post
    Apparently, Shaw has pulled out of the England squad due to injury. And Lukaku is undergoing scans. Just what we need. :/
    Think it’s just Ole learning from Sir Alex. Pulling a few players who need a rest. Lindelof hasn’t gone either.
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  38. Quote Originally Posted by zzeezzy View Post
    Don't get me wrong Solskjaer has done great things whilst here, but he lacks credentials at the top level of management and it just seems risky going with him. But my main worry is now after 2 defeats in a row, is the extended honeymoon over? We'll find out soon enough with the Watford game and the coming months.

    I've always liked Pochettino, think he does wonders at times with that Spurs team. But at the same time Ole is very likeable, but I'm just not sure if he'll be able to cope with management here when the pressure is really on. Now it is ramping up because every game counts now, so we'll soon find out.
    I think it’a best to wait until the season is over for this decision incase ole falls off a cliff, but I don’t think credentials are a good yardstick for being a good manager for us.Look at Zidane, he only had an ok run with Castilla before he became real madrid manager and yet he led them to 3 CLs.Plus the players really seem to love ole.If he is fired, they might have a problem taking to the next manager(ala benitez post carlo), so really, it’d be best if we kept ole and focused on building a squad for him.

    I think we need the following: Starting Right Back and a Young Midfielder(looking at Ruben Neves for this), anyone know how Januzaj’s doing?We could also use a striker with a different style than lukaku, someone like benzema to really set Martial and Rashford on fire in attack.Also think we should play a Bailly-Lindelof defence every game, see if we can get a partnership going there.

  39. Quote Originally Posted by Equilibrio View Post
    I think it’a best to wait until the season is over for this decision incase ole falls off a cliff, but I don’t think credentials are a good yardstick for being a good manager for us.Look at Zidane, he only had an ok run with Castilla before he became real madrid manager and yet he led them to 3 CLs.Plus the players really seem to love ole.If he is fired, they might have a problem taking to the next manager(ala benitez post carlo), so really, it’d be best if we kept ole and focused on building a squad for him.

    I think we need the following: Starting Right Back and a Young Midfielder(looking at Ruben Neves for this), anyone know how Januzaj’s doing?We could also use a striker with a different style than lukaku, someone like benzema to really set Martial and Rashford on fire in attack.Also think we should play a Bailly-Lindelof defence every game, see if we can get a partnership going there.
    The entire right side needs work. We haven't had a proper right winger for years. Sancho (or Bailey, whose name I've seen being touted about) could be the solution there. Plus, maybe think about LB too. Young is ageing, and Shaw, hopefully, his fitness continues, but we still need a backup for him. I'd say LB, RB and RM are needed. Oh, and a CM too, yes.

  40. If we are getting a RB it needs to be someone like Rafael or Meunier about that 28 yr age. Then it would hinder Dalot or Laird coming through. Absolutely against a LB being brought in! Young-Shaw-Williams is enough and a good blend of ages. Priorities for me in order RW( Sancho or Lozano ) CB( Koulibaly, Varane, Skrinrar ) CM( Ndombele, Pellegrini, Aour ) then last a RB but on the conditions above!

  41. Quote Originally Posted by Sherkey View Post
    The entire right side needs work. We haven't had a proper right winger for years. Sancho (or Bailey, whose name I've seen being touted about) could be the solution there. Plus, maybe think about LB too. Young is ageing, and Shaw, hopefully, his fitness continues, but we still need a backup for him. I'd say LB, RB and RM are needed. Oh, and a CM too, yes.
    That is why I asked abour Januzaj.He’d be perfect for the right.I suppose we could play Rashhford there..Back up LB sounds right, as far as RW goes, we could buy Sancho, but I think a 110 mil is too much.As far as Rb goes, I have no idea who to buy for there

  42. Quote Originally Posted by Equilibrio View Post
    That is why I asked abour Januzaj.He’d be perfect for the right.I suppose we could play Rashhford there..Back up LB sounds right, as far as RW goes, we could buy Sancho, but I think a 110 mil is too much.As far as Rb goes, I have no idea who to buy for there
    Januzaj is doing well at Real, exciting player. But he lacks end product and needs to take better decisions to really climb to the top.

  43. Rumours about Griezman looking for a way out from Atletico. Would take him in a heartbeat. He would be so very expensive, but he's in the top 5 players in the world to me.

  44. Quote Originally Posted by Equilibrio View Post
    That is why I asked abour Januzaj.He’d be perfect for the right.I suppose we could play Rashhford there..Back up LB sounds right, as far as RW goes, we could buy Sancho, but I think a 110 mil is too much.As far as Rb goes, I have no idea who to buy for there
    Wouldn't want Januzaj, hasn't really done something of note. I envisage his career more along the lines of a Drinkwater than a Pogba, mind. As for RB, wan Bissaka's name is being touted, and I wouldn't mind him too. He looks like a prospect.


    Quote Originally Posted by brunoh View Post
    Rumours about Griezman looking for a way out from Atletico. Would take him in a heartbeat. He would be so very expensive, but he's in the top 5 players in the world to me.
    I wouldn't. Although he is WC, we really shouldn't be breaking the wage structure again like this. As it is, looking at Sanchez, we are in a mess with DDG. And Griezmann would break Sanchez's wage structure (and from rumours, that is after him taking a wage cut). There is no doubt he is WC, but at some point, you have to weigh in the overall effect it would have.

  45. Why are people even talking about Wan Bisaka. What would be the point in having him and Dalot and Laird. Plus he’s awful going forward. Doesn’t make any sense to me especially for the rumoured 40m. No thanks to Griezmann! We can all forget about Neves while we are at it.

  46. Modern Day Legend
    He’s a former winger who only fell into playing FB around this time last year after a major injury crisis and him not giving Zaha a kick in a training game.

    ‘Awful’ going forward is the very last thing Wan-Bisaka is. Up amd down, as all young players are, not least one learning a new position is more to the point.

  47. Quote Originally Posted by Scouseinthehouse View Post
    He’s a former winger who only fell into playing FB around this time last year after a major injury crisis and him not giving Zaha a kick in a training game.

    ‘Awful’ going forward is the very last thing Wan-Bisaka is. Up amd down, as all young players are, not least one learning a new position is more to the point.
    His end products terrible and wasn’t great at youth level either. IF we get a RB we need experience and balance to the squad. Not another young lad that will need time like everyone is saying about Dalot. Won’t take long for people to start complaining about his crossing and his pretty poor pass completion when going forward.
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  48. This guy will be better than Wan Bissaka in 1-2 yrs max! He’s just about to follow Garner in signing a new LT contract. Most probably has more to his game already. RB, LB, CB he’s just a beast!

    Ethan Laird one of United u23s best players against Swansea while marking a player 7 years older than him. Only turned 16 in August & has handled step up to u18s, u19s & now u23s very well while often being the youngest player on the pitch. Big prospect.

    https://youtu.be/bgm0qCQE2RU Swansea debut


    Ethan Laird in the U18 Premier League this season:

    11 appearances
    5 assists
    2 goals

    Directly involved in a goal every 1.57 games from full-back.


    https://youtu.be/8ETf0Qugqo8 Youth CL debut

    https://youtu.be/HRty2nB5qsw Playing CB against Pool.

    https://youtu.be/J4cEjsepdlA last years highlhights

  49. Modern Day Legend
    Quote Originally Posted by Theatre of Dreams83 View Post
    His end products terrible and wasn’t great at youth level either. IF we get a RB we need experience and balance to the squad. Not another young lad that will need time like everyone is saying about Dalot. Won’t take long for people to start complaining about his crossing and his pretty poor pass completion when going forward.
    Judging a 21-year-old, learning a completely new position, off his first full professional season, and in the PL at that, is, to be polite, absolutely ridiculous. 38 games in and he’s up and down ..... SHOCKER that.

    I have no interest in whats best or not for Utd. I personally would be real surprised if hes not at City next year.

    I responded to your incorrect assesment of AWB. With respect, you’re talking utter rubbish on Wan-Bissaka’s attacking ability. He may have fallen into playing FB by chance and injury, but its precisely the fact that he was a rapid, real promosing winger all his youth career that has him with so much promise as the perfect modern day FB.
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  50. Quote Originally Posted by Scouseinthehouse View Post
    Judging a 21-year-old, learning a completely new position, off his first full professional season, and in the PL at that, is, to be polite, absolutely ridiculous. 38 games in and he’s up and down ..... SHOCKER that.

    I have no interest in whats best or not for Utd. I personally would be real surprised if hes not at City next year.

    I responded to your incorrect assesment of AWB. With respect, you’re talking utter rubbish on Wan-Bissaka’s attacking ability. He may have fallen into playing FB by chance and injury, but its precisely the fact that he was a rapid, real promosing winger all his youth career that has him with so much promise as the perfect modern day FB.
    His final 3rd play is pants man! I’ve watched enough him to know that. Even Palace fans say it’s his biggest flaw in his game. Yes he’s young and will likely improve. But we have exactly that with Dalot.

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