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Watching Young!

Watching Young!

Yesterday, watching England, the introduction of Ashley Young gave us United fans the chance to see if he could play a part in our plans next season.

Widely tipped to be joining either ourselves or Liverpool, for a fee approaching £15 million, Young gave the sort of performance that would indicate he could do just that, belying the fact that he`s known as predominantly a winger and showing that he can also play down the middle.

Go get the lad Sir Alex, he`ll be an asset!



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Sunday June 5 2011
Time: 11:42AM

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His performance for England really highlighted that he can be a real threat from Attacking Mid. He has a real direct approach and isn't afraid of playing a through ball and running at defenders as well as grabbing a few goals, something we've lacked in midfield for a very long time. It's because he possesses this ability that I would condone Young signing for us but only at a reasonable price. There's still massive question marks over whether Young can put in a shift like that game in, game out and whether he has the workrate Fergie demands of his players to help both defensively and attackingly. If he is signed as a back-up winger I would be very disappointed as there are cheaper, better options for back-up wingers.
TheFamousNo7
05/06/2011 12:26:00
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Villa fan here. To TheFamousNo7. If you knew anything about Young at all, you would know that he works his nuts off for 90 mins every game he plays. He would be an asset to any team. We're pretty much resigned to losing him this summer and I wish him all the best wherever he goes. We will sorely miss him.
jonah
05/06/2011 12:32:00
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he puts in a shift, that is for sure.
The Fear
05/06/2011 12:41:00
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Great player on his day but can sometimes go missing for long periods of the game, I still think he could do a "decent" job at United but a club of your stature should surely be signing better than him.
oOHolteEnderzOo
05/06/2011 12:47:00
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His performances can grate, and he doesn't fulfil his potential often enough IMO for someone so talented - but TFN7, one thing that can never ever be questioned is his work rate. No worries about him at all on that front.
Sheriff Kimbo
05/06/2011 13:02:00
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I rarely watch Villa thus why I questioned his workrate. Based from the responses it's definately reassuring.
TheFamousNo7
05/06/2011 13:48:00
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How can we be linked with Sneijder and Douglas Costa only to possibly end up with Young and Adam, ffs we are the prem champions we are not Liverpool. Give me just Sneijder over both Young and Adam any day.
Kanchelskis
05/06/2011 15:02:00
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dont forget u cant compete financially with citeh so maybe hes going there
ClivetheVillan
07/06/2011 04:23:00
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Clive get out of Citys arse will ya.
TheFamousNo7
07/06/2011 12:37:00
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