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Bad Boy to Make Debut?

Today, the red-top tabloid press is anticipating that Sir Alex Ferguson may blood a few youngsters in our Carling Cup quarter-final against Crystal Palace.

One youngster rumoured to be taking a bow is a player who hasn`t had the best of press in recent times.

Ravel Morrison, who many have predicted can be as good as Ryan Giggs and David Beckham, has been in trouble with the law, although with his immense talent has also, fortunately, found that United have stood by him.

Still eighteen years of age, and a local boy from Wythenshawe, Morrison is yet to be given a new contract with his current one expiring at the end of this season. If, as anticipated, he does make his bow tonight, it`ll be interesting to see if the immense promise he has shown can be carried over into a match winning performance.



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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday November 30 2011

Time: 4:31PM

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I'm proud that the club didn't cut him loose when he was acting like a little 5hit. I just hope the lad doesn't mess up one of the greatest opportunities in the world and pays back the club by keeping his head down, behaving himself and concentrating on his football. Cutting him loose at the first sign of trouble could've sent him on a real downward spiral condemned him to the life of thuggery his been exposed to and involved in. Put in a good performance and show your talent tonight Ravel and earn yourself a new contract.
TheFamousNo7
You know though that if he was an average academy player he would have been dumped as an example to the others. The fact he is rated so highly, somehow gives him another chance, and United (or any other club) will play the compassion card and claim to be sticking by the player
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