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Hot Young!

Hot Young!

He may not have gotten on the score-sheet yesterday in the superb 5-0 drubbing of a hapless Bolton Wanderers side but Ashley Young still impressed.

Our summer signing continues to show that he looks, despite the fee, to be a bargain and his early season form has been a joy to behold.

In fact his form has been such that Fabio Capello has positively enthused about the player, commenting in the red-top Sunday media,

"Young has a lot of quality, technically he is good, he is fast and he scores goals."

"He can play either as a wide-player or like a second forward behind Rooney or another player. Now he is playing with a really important team, in Manchester United, and we will see him improve."

"I respect Aston Villa but when you play with Real Madrid, Barcelona, Bayern Munich or Manchester United - you are playing with the top teams in the world and you will always improve."

"That`s because of the extra confidence you have when you play for a big team. You play with pressure every game and it becomes normal."

"And for this reason when you play at Wembley you have a lot of confidence."


Let`s hope Young`s fine start is just the start of something big!



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Sunday September 11 2011
Time: 12:01PM

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You can see the improvement in his game since joining us. He began to stagnate at Villa and he wasn't realising the potential he showed during his 1st season with them. Surrounded by better players his been able to learn and develop his game whilst showcasing his ability to full effect.
TheFamousNo7
11/09/2011 13:07:00
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You can see the improvement in his game since joining us. He began to stagnate at Villa and he wasn't realising the potential he showed during his 1st season with them. Surrounded by better players his been able to learn and develop his game whilst showcasing his ability to full effect.
TheFamousNo7
11/09/2011 13:07:00
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