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A Chance to Make That Breakthrough!

Being a youngster at Old Trafford must be incredibly hard.

With so many experienced players in the first team squad getting a chance to shine is a rarity.

Well for one young player that opportunity may just have arisen.

Tyler Blackett, just eighteen years of age, has travelled with the first team party to South Africa for the first part of the pre-season tour schedule.

His chance has arisen due to the fact that the normal left—back options are not with the party. Patrice Evra has not travelled and Fabio Da Silva has gone on loan to Queens Park Rangers.

We`d like to wish the lad good luck.

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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday July 15 2012

Time: 10:57AM

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Surely the fact that our back-up fullback is an unproven youngster who has just got out of the U-18's side should be enough of Fergie to see the fullback position is an area that needs strengthening. Best of luck to him but unless he's the next big thing in the fullback position, which I highly doubt, he will struggle to cope with Premier League wingers. No doubt if push comes to shove Fergie would just play Evans at LB seeing as his capable there but still it isn't sufficient cover as it then leaves us short in the CB position.
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Have to agree famous. No cover at lb unless Fergie's got a trick up his sleeve. Makes me wonder if it was worth sending Fabio out on loan. Would we have been better off keeping him and letting him play.
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