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There May Be Problems Ahead?

United, as you are probably aware, are off on a high-profile pre-season tour of America before the season begins.

It had been hoped that several of our promising youngsters may be bloodied on the tour, but one lad may well have to remain at home.

Ravel Morrison, who was a star of our FA Youth Cup run, is currently stuck on a 12-month referral order after getting involved in something more than a little scrape off the field.

The referral order will see Ravel denied an entry visa, unless United appeal, but should this be the way forward or should Ravel face up to the harsh reality that his off-the-field behaviour is affecting his development and that he should mend his ways?

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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Sunday June 26 2011
Time: 12:27PM


Silly boy. Hopefully this is a wake up call for him. It would be such a shame to see so much talent go to waste.
26/06/2011 13:47:00
He deserves something like this. Hopefully he won't be so foolish again.
26/06/2011 20:27:00
Guess that's what you get when you hire thugs. Don't care how promising he is as a player, the decent thing to do would be to terminate his contract after such disgraceful behaviour, rather than hiring an expensive QC to defend him. You can bet if united had more cash to spend that they would have got rid.
28/06/2011 09:05:00
That's it, we should deprive the lad of his future due to off the field affairs which have absolutely nothing to do with us. He's a naive youngster who has been led astray, we need to show support not give up on him at the first sign of something being wrong. No doubt in the future he will look back and think of how much of a little 5h1t he was as many of us do. Who are we to judge anyway?
28/06/2011 16:17:00
Despite the fact that he plays for your lot, I hope you're right Famous - h is highly talented (and English), and it would be a shame to see that talent go to waste. Unfortunately, he has a touch of the Joey Barton's about him!
28/06/2011 20:28:00
I hope i'm right also fcb.
29/06/2011 00:18:00
i thought he was on his way to germany on a loan deal ????
29/06/2011 20:01:00
I'm not too sure about that one heny. I will be shocked if he's sent to Germany on loan at such a young age. Perhaps a season out of England would be good for him though.
30/06/2011 10:41:00
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