Discussion in 'Reserve/Youth Forum' started by AmarUnderscoreX2, May 10, 2012.
Unless he goes on loan I presume he will go on the pre-season tour again.
He looks a pretty good keeper this lad, and a local lad too. Nice to see.
Will Keane seems mature a level headed for his age.
What are you talking about? He looked smart and sounded smart. Feck off
Lingard getting bit excited in the background while Will Keane gets interviewed
Love Keane - not nervous for the pens.
Good lad, goals somewhat dried up for spells this season, but hopefully can get a great loan spell for a season in the prem somewhere.
Sir Alex looks like the proud grandad watching.
Get off the Caf' and go celebrate with the lads Sam...
Johnstone says he sometimes practices penalties against first-teamers like Giggs and Rooney - but won't say if he's saved any from Rooney
I know. Save a lot of Rooney's? "Not saying" with a grin. Replies to a lot of people on Twitter as well. Really do like him.
These set of players are really an exceptional bunch. They've won nearly everything they've competed in so far from youth to reserves.
Now go and beat City next Thursday in the Manchester Senior Cup. At least we have a lot to look forward to with these kids.
I like Tunnicliffe as well. A fiery little bugger. Takes no hostages.
Cole's movement on the pitch is very promising... Few of them have real chances.
These kids have some collection of medals.
I don't mean that we will see 4 or 5 become first team regulars. I mean that a number of them look like they have the potential to make that final step. If one of them becomes a first team player then it will be a result.
Used to rate him very highly, but I don't know if he will be the star player. I thought he had a bit of Roy Keane's fire in him, but lately he appears that he will be a Nicky Butt type instead. Which will not be bad.
Nothing better for them progressing while winning a lot as well. Great stuff.
They are making great progress. Winning as juniors now as reserves. Good team spirit as well.
I wish we had a Nicky Butt type in the first team, lads like him a under appreciated.
I hope Ravel Morrison is watching and see's just what he gave up.
Winning a trophy at Old Trafford is great experience for these lads.
He is one very silly boy. All he could have at Old Trafford. Unbelievably stupid
I think Ravel wanted to stay. The club wanted rid, as Fergie has said. If only he had grown up.
I was just thinking back to the best reserve team that I remember us having in 2006. That team had Rossi, Pique, Evans and Gibson. Four player that are good enough or have been good enough for first team places. Hopefully we can get a couple from this bunch.
I meant gave up as in he gave up the chance of making it here by acting like a spanner.
Yeah, I realised after I made the reply. Such a pain when you see someone that talented cock it up, because he cannot behave or attend training.
How did Petrucci play?
He was subbed by King.
Today was not bad but he can play better for sure.
Wasn't involved much. Showed a couple of bits of skill with flicks, but I think he looked tired, which wouldn't surprise me as he's played a lot this year.
Looks quality Johnstone, also like the looks of Amos who I would loan out next season and give Sam some carling cup football next season maybe.
Johnstone is very much a highlights keeper atm, for me Amos is the much more solid keeper right now.
Johnstone's interview, best part was highlighting how they core of them have been together since U12.
I couldn't see the game.
Well done boys
You are comparing a player that just turned 19 to one that just turned 22. Ben Amos is actually older than David de Gea.
Amos at 19 didn't look as good as Turnbull, imo. Amos really filled out lately with his groth spurt, he was skinny as a twig.
Good to see our reserves doing well. Looking forward to see some of these players making the step up
Cole probably had his best game in a while I thought.....he's a silky intelligent player.
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