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Twins Wanted

United are renowned for allowing youngsters to go off on loan to further their football education.

They`re often spread far and wide before returning to the fold before holding down a career at Old Trafford or being sold off, depending on their progression and ability.

Having signed Phil Jones from Blackburn Rovers, the recently relegated side are, according to the tabloid rumours, set to approach Sir Alex Ferguson with a view to securing, on a season long loan our young teenage pair of Will Keane and Michael Keane

Steve Keane, currently the Blackburn manager, is looking for some young talent to try and get the Ewood Park outfit back into the top-flight, at the first attempt, despite facing the prospect of losing some of his more established stars like Yakubu, Robinson, N`Zonzi and Hoilett.

Whether the request is successful remains to be seen!



Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:Red Boy
Date:Tuesday May 29 2012
Time: 7:08AM

Comments

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works well all round doesn't it? My lot are pretty good at loaning out at the right times as well, helps develop the players and beds them in, also helps show whether they are ready, sink or swim!
The Fear
29/05/2012 12:51:00
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Lets face it odds are they'll get game time when you consider the state of Blackburn, their manager and their squad. It's English football also which will do them good and there's no better way to see if a young play can make it than seeing how they fare and cope with the Championship. The Fear is right, they done it at youth and reserve level but now it's time to see if they sink or swim.
TheFamousNo7
29/05/2012 13:02:00
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