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Friday, 5 December 2008

No Manchester United Players Are Going On Loan Now

Just to support the article preceding this one it has transpired that Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson has ruled out allowing any of his young players to move out on-loan. With United still fighting on FIVE front for yet more trophies (EPL, WCC, Champions League, FA Cup and Carling Cup) Sir Alex knows that with a possible fixture pile up and the prospect of 8 games coming up in 26 days in the new year it is United who need the players and NOT other clubs.

He said: "The one good thing is that we've got a big strong squad, I won't be letting anyone else out on loan and I want to keep everyone together because I'm going to need them. It's all about taking their chance when it comes and they have done that and I'm pleased with that but more importantly it adds to my squad when we're coming in the second half of the season. We've got something like eight games in 26 days and I've got the squad to cope with that. It's a great bonus we've got now."

Ferguson has a lot of faith in young players like Danny Welbeck, Rodrigo Possebon and Rafel da Silva and believes they are capable of making an impact at United.

He added: "Playing against Middlesbrough, QPR and against Blackburn, we learnt something from them, their temperament, their ability to play in front of the crowd at Old Trafford. They're never phased, that's the important thing. These young players have come through well."

Good news indeed. Not just for us as fans who want to see these guys develop and grow into future super stars but brilliant news for the players themselves. They play at the biggest club in the world and I'm sure they would rather pull on the famous red jersey during their time at the Academy.

Nurturing youth and giving youngsters their chance is how Sir Matt did it. The birth of the Busby babes announced the real arrival of faith in youth systems and Sir Alex has reinforced that with his management methods. We must continue this system, not just for Sir Matt or Sir Alex but for Manchester United as a whole.....Back To Home Page...Bookmark and Share

3 comments:

Anirudh said...

great work at the blog. thanks for the comments on mine. I would really appreciate the photographs and would love exchanging links..
sorry it took me such a long time to reply.. had to take an enforced break...

e-mail me at: anirudh.agarwala@gmail.com

Chill said...

Hi Carly,

Just stumbled upon your blog on a complete whim yesterday and I have to say I'm very impressed and also a bit shocked that it doesn't get the traffic that some other blogs get.

That being said, I like the fact that Alex is keeping all the young ones around except Foster. I really wish Alex would go let him gain some experience at the EPL level. The kid has shown flashes of absolute brilliance (think last year's game against Derby) and as much as I like Kuszczak I still only view him as a solid backup and as much as I love VDS his time is approaching and I think it'd be very important to get Foster as much experience as possible.

Cheers and keep up the good work!

-ChillMike

Ulrik Fredrik said...

It's true that United may run into a pile up of fixtures in the coming months, but truth be told, how fair is this to the young players? If they're not on loan, they'll only be playing a few games compared to what they'll be getting if they're on loan at another club.

It's all good for them to be able to get some Man Utd action but the trade-off is the frequency of getting games under their belt.

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