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Old 25-02-2018, 06:28 PM
Cream
 
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Continues to impress.

And like Jose said: he's got Carrick and Matic to learn from.

Imagine what might be.

#Jose'sHomegrowns.
 
Old 25-02-2018, 06:35 PM
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Continues to impress.

And like Jose said: he's got Carrick and Matic to learn from.

Imagine what might be.

#Jose'sHomegrowns.

Yep, on a pitch full of superstar names, he didn't look out of place.
 
Old 25-02-2018, 07:36 PM
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Meh-cTominay. Great to see a youth product in the first XI, but personally I haven't seen anything to be wowed by.

Seems like a Steady Eddie, with a good level of maturity, but if this is the very best our Academy is producing then it's hardly exciting.

Also, I have very little confidence that he'll get as many games next season - fully expect Mourinho to upgrade that midfield spot in the summer with another ridiculously overpriced purchase.
 
Old 25-02-2018, 09:05 PM
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Completely let Willian go for the goal, which seemed to escape everyone's attention. Very inexperienced which is an excuse, but he'll need to learn fast under Mou. Great to see an academy prospect getting a chance, but not overly convinced he's got enough.
 
Old 25-02-2018, 09:09 PM
utd99
 
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Completely let Willian go for the goal, which seemed to escape everyone's attention. Very inexperienced which is an excuse, but he'll need to learn fast under Mou. Great to see an academy prospect getting a chance, but not overly convinced he's got enough.
Youíre never going to be able to tell after a handful of games. Yeah he f***ed up for the goal, but he wasnít alone and hopefully heíll learn. We need to start being bolder in giving academy kids a chance ahead of players we know are not the future, like Fellaini and Valencia.

As an aside, do you ever expect to see a Valencia cross reach a United head? How can that be possible? It was his shit cross, again, that gave them the opportunity to break for the goal. Woeful, utterly woeful.
 
Old 25-02-2018, 09:09 PM
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Completely let Willian go for the goal, which seemed to escape everyone's attention. Very inexperienced which is an excuse, but he'll need to learn fast under Mou. Great to see an academy prospect getting a chance, but not overly convinced he's got enough.
He did, it was mentioned, but Willian went beyond the deepest man he could see, so was offside, unfortunately Valencia was inexplicably 15 yards deeper playing Willian on, on his blind side
 
Old 25-02-2018, 09:11 PM
S/Side.Red
 
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Youíre never going to be able to tell after a handful of games. Yeah he f***ed up for the goal, but he wasnít alone and hopefully heíll learn. We need to start being bolder in giving academy kids a chance ahead of players we know are not the future, like Fellaini and Valencia.

As an aside, do you ever expect to see a Valencia cross reach a United head? How can that be possible? It was his shit cross, again, that gave them the opportunity to break for the goal. Woeful, utterly woeful.
Shit Valencia cross led to their goal. Woeful in the final third that lad. Give it Timmy next season
 
Old 25-02-2018, 09:11 PM
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Meh-cTominay. Great to see a youth product in the first XI, but personally I haven't seen anything to be wowed by.

Seems like a Steady Eddie, with a good level of maturity, but if this is the very best our Academy is producing then it's hardly exciting.

Also, I have very little confidence that he'll get as many games next season - fully expect Mourinho to upgrade that midfield spot in the summer with another ridiculously overpriced purchase.
Harsh but ultimately fair. Played his part today though, and spoke well after the game.
 
Old 25-02-2018, 09:13 PM
utd99
 
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He did, it was mentioned, but Willian went beyond the deepest man he could see, so was offside, unfortunately Valencia was inexplicably 15 yards deeper playing Willian on, on his blind side
Itís what Valencia does. Heís not a full-back, yet here he still is...

Itís almost as though we donít take right back seriously.

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Shit Valencia cross led to their goal. Woeful in the final third that lad. Give it Timmy next season
Canít cross. Canít cut inside. Invariably out of position. Why is this still happening?
 
Old 25-02-2018, 09:14 PM
S/Side.Red
 
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Itís what Valencia does. Heís not a full-back, yet here he still is...

Itís almost as though we donít take right back seriously.
Aside from Rafael's great season in 12-13 and Wes in 07-08, it's been a problem position for us for well over a decade.
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