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Who are the youngsters in United’s Squad?

Who are the youngsters in United’s Squad?


who are the youngsters in United squad
Manchester United’s young players will be handed an opportunity to shine in the
Europa League in Thursday’s group L clash with Astana all a gunner soldier
has confirmed there will be debuts for dich and Bernard
Ethan Laird and Dylan Levitt it looks certain mah take over Ted and Men G max
Taylor Ethan Galbraith Arno Puig Law Largey
Ramazan E and domani Millar are going to be named as substitutes Nicky but our
head of first team development is also in Kazakhstan to help the boys to deal
with the pressure of the high profile game and he told us I think it’s a proud
occasion for the whole of the club obviously it’s an opportunity for the
manger and the staff to look at the younger players firsthand we know they
see them in training and in some of the games but this is a bigger environment
it’s a European game for the club and it’s massive
we’re fortunate the team and squad has done its part before hand to allow this
to happen tonight we take a quick look at the youngsters in question ahead of a
big night for everybody involved with the club’s Academy ma take over the
giant Czech Republic Youth keeper has made some fine saves this season
including two important penalty stops in Premier League two games he was a key
figure in the leasing dot-com trophy group stages particularly when the Reds
came under pressure against League One opponents the 19 year old who is
comfortable with the ball at his feet recently signed a new contract and has
been gaining valuable experience training and sometimes travelling with
the first-team detian Bernard after playing for the same Sunday League club
as Aaron Juan boo Sokka in London he was with Chelsea between the Under 10’s and
under 16s the center-back had to work hard to make
his mark in manchester but he has grown in stature and become a regular in the
under-23 side a powerful performer who also has speed his patience has
certainly been rewarded at 19 he is poised for his senior bow at the Astana
arena alongside axel – anse be a colleague he looks up to and hopes to
emulate Ethan Laird a dynamic modern fullback who relishes thundering down
the right flank on the overlap and joining with the attack an enthusiastic
character he scored our very first goal in the EFL trophy known as the Leasing
dot-com trophy with a terrific strike at Rotherham United in August as one of the
youngest in his age group the 18 year old has had to fight hard to rise
through the ranks but has enjoyed great progress he traveled with the squad to
Partizan Belgrade and recently scored for England’s Under 19’s te-de NME ngi
one of two players still eligible for the under-18s
the other as Mason Greenwood the defensive strongman has been showing his
qualities in Premier League too although only 17 he exudes authority among his
peers and represents England in his age group he is obviously still learning the
game but his pace and strength are key assets that enable him to deal with more
experienced attackers a Mancunian who seems likely to be an important player
in the FA Youth Cup which gets underway soon max Taylor it is difficult to do
justice to the journey the 19 year old has been on since being diagnosed with
testicular cancer the central defenders resilience and strength of character has
allowed him to return to action and he has been eased back into action with the
under-23 getting a run out at Old Trafford for
the first time last week an inspirational person who loves the art
of defending and making last Man challenges he is also composed on the
ball Dylan Leavitt a silky midfielder with a
stupe passing ability and a knack for making things happen between the lines
with his vision already a member of Ryan Giggs his senior Wales squad although he
is still awaiting his first cap the 19 year old was rewarded with a new deal
earlier this month in recognition of his adaptation to the under-23
a team he has captained he was at the same Development Center as James Garner
and came through the MA and USS program the young schemer is also the coolest of
penalty takers Ethan Galbraith there was plenty of
interest in the midfield man when he started making waves in his native
Northern Ireland but he opted to join United in 2017 after being recommended
by Scout Tony Coulter after taking time to settle in his new surroundings he has
shown his ability and conjured up some magical goals including a stunning
volley at Doncaster Rovers in our last Lee Singh Kham Trophy outing the 18 year
old made his senior international debut in September against Luxembourg at
Windsor Park and is enjoying a season to remember our no PU IG mal an 18 year old
from Spain who impressed playing against United with a spaniel in the mic Cup in
his homeland the classy midfielder jumped at the chance to move to
Manchester and scored a beautiful free-kick on his Under 18’s debut
against Newcastle United at the cliff he has been learning the defensive side of
the game by operating at right-back but is now often selected in the middle of
the park where he also plays for his country at youth level technically very
sound he has learned the language and has handled the step up when training
with the first team large er AMAC ani the lively forward has made outstanding
progress this term and as the leading scorer in Neil woods attacking under 23
side his goals at that level include a double against Sunderland at Old
Trafford last time out in front of Sol sharp an arrival from Charlton Athletic
he represents Belgium’s youth side and as a real box of tricks capable of
dribbling past defenders and shooting with accuracy
a maiden goal in Premier League 2 actually came against Sunderland last
season but he has taken his game to another level in 2019 20
it is testament to the eighteen-year-olds development over a
short space of time that he has earned this collip domani miller the most
hardworking of forwards the local lad runs the channel’s Harry’s the
opposition and defense from the front the 19 year old was flying at the end of
last season hitting top form for Neil Ryan’s under-18s and is fit again to
help pep up the attack it for mere league two level after making the step
up he has been working on his finishing with coach Colin little and guarantees
100% effort in every performance he can play down the middle or in a wide
forward role

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