- Dec 8, 2013
Tis official. Shame it didn't work out how most expected but just doesn't seem to have kicked on. Easy to forget how important he was for us at times though in the first half of the Moyes season.
I could understand a young player going that way. The temptation must be huge with the money and opportunities on offer.Good luck to the young lad.
Some folk on here talk as if he was some kind of rebellious villain at Utd. He wasn't - rather just a young lad who didn't quite make it at the very top. Which isn't to say he can't still go on to have a career that most of us would love to have!
That's funny. Do you even remember the Moyes season where a 19 year old Januzaj was our only decent attacking outlet?I swear discussion about him is the most repetitive thing on the caf. Best of luck to him but he didn't belong anywhere near a UTD jersey and the passage of time has done wonders for his "break-out" season, where he had maximum 3 good performances. Good riddance.
Comes across as petty. It wasn't only at this club where his effort was below par. Dortmund hung him out to dry as well, and correctly so.Some of the coaching staff? Bit of a dig at someone there perhaps. He says his time at the club didn't go the way he wanted it to but he's only got himself to blame for that.
What exactly did the lad do to get ''good riddance'' hurled at him?
He had an undeserved ego, terrible attitude which was noted by various managers and Believed he was better than he was. Scored a couple of goals and thought he was gods gift to football. He's no different to Memphis and nobody cared when he left.This site could really do with a :wanker: emoji.
I think you have to look at it with some perspective, the entire team was utterly appalling and he was willing to run with the ball like a headless chicken firing random crosses in and running into dead ends in an otherwise pedestrian and zombified team.That's funny. Do you even remember the Moyes season where a 19 year old Januzaj was our only decent attacking outlet?
That's very unfair to him.I think you have to look at it with some perspective, the entire team was utterly appalling and he was willing to run with the ball like a headless chicken firing random crosses in and running into dead ends in an otherwise pedestrian and zombified team.
He was utterly clueless on the ball.
Where's Pereira off?There was a time when Mats Daehli, Adnan Januzaj and Andreas Pereira formed the next great attacking midfield from United's youth. Apart from the Rooney's and Carricks, these players in the academy I followed the most because they're around my age. They're all going.
I feel weird.