It would be ideal for his development but then he might fall into the trap of being harshly critiqued due to being in a poor overall team. It's hard to make yourself look ready for a top club in those circumstances.If he’s going out on loan again next season then it has to be to a Premier League club, Brighton would be ideal with the way Potter has them playing.
The thing is if his next loan is to a PL club then it’s always going to be to one of the smaller clubs lower down the table as they’re the ones usually in most need of players and will most likely give him decent game time. Clubs higher up the table have no interest in developing another clubs players for them unless there’s an option to sign them permanently at the end of it, take Lingard at West Ham for example. That being said is why I think Brighton would be a good shout as the play some nice football that’s far more relatable to United than if he were to go to a let’s say Burnley where it’s more route one style.It would be ideal for his development but then he might fall into the trap of being harshly critiqued due to being in a poor overall team. It's hard to make yourself look ready for a top club in those circumstances.
Will always remember his goal against QPR, 2011 I think it wasyounger carrick used to be more mobile and got forward more also, but obviously as he got older and slowed down became more of a sitter - garner will probably be like that too although have the shooting threat from the edge of the box.
He reminds me the most of Kroos in style, if he can be even half the player he is we’ve got a player.
For some positions yes. For a deeper lying midfielder, not so much.Agreed. Championship is just as, if not more physical.
I disagree with you on so many levels and don't see the point of arguing with you. Moving onDo you even read what I write, FFS? He´s a limited player playing well for his potential. Does that mean he´s good enough? he can be easily upgraded when the time comes.
He'd get some very good European competition exposure, whilst also challenging for a league. It would be a terrific learning opportunity.What would he do in such piss poor league? Rangers would be playing bottom championship with the competition being way more woeful..
Championship is level above SPL, more games played too, with also more technical teams involved these days, In Scotland it's not really football, it's a fight, he could get more inured too, just because it is second best league in England doesn't mean it's not full of great fixtures. Close to some First leagues around Europe imo. In Scotland he wuld play against Celtic which are woeful themselves these days. It's a clear downgrade, with European football experience overstated.He'd get some very good European competition exposure, whilst also challenging for a league. It would be a terrific learning opportunity.
Looks more and more like he did in the youth sides the more settled he gets and the more his confidence grows.
For sure, he's always had bags of talent. My only concern, like with many young, talented players, was how he'd adapt to the men's game but he seems to be handling the Championship physicality fine. A loan to a lower half PL club next season could be a good next step for him.he's got all the technical qualities to be a top midfielder, most know this.
we just want him to keep on developing...improving.
because atm he's still potential.
He’s not showing that he’s too good but rather able to compete in a highly physical league and earning the right to show that he’s an immediate starter. Also he’s demonstrating that he’s learning to take responsibility in a variety of roles. Credit has to go to Hughton for putting he faith in him whereas at Watford they didn’tI know he is still very young but is he showing that he is almost too good for the championship by any chance?
I'm not sure I've been as excited about a Man Utd kid on loan since I was reading about Beckham at Preston in Shoot and Match magazine!
Despite the physicality of the Championship Garner is able to show his quality. Very good signs for the future.
This is why I'd send him back to Forest again, he's at a club and with a manager where we know he'll get games and at this stage that's more important than just sending him to the highest placed club who wants himHe's showing his reserve team performances at Championship level now, a great sign. Shame the season is nearly over as he's in good form.
Difficult to know whether to give him another year at this level or try to step him up again, but there's a risk in the PL he won't play regularly.