Largie Ramazani

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    RedMachine03 Poster of Articles

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    His goal yesterday

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    Harry Harries Full Member

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    That goal gave me a largie in my pants.
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    He seems to be improving his end product atleast. Might get a chance to play some minutes, with our lack of attacking options this season.
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    Better than Bohui and Burkart, at least. Could be a dark horse, similar to Stanley at U18s.
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    He seems to have got his little man syndrome under control this season and isn't looking for a fight every ten minutes as he had previously, and as a result his game, especially his finishing has come on leaps and bounds, long may it continue.
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    Really enjoy watching him at the moment. The way he presses reminds me of Mane. Similar build and bloody fast. I hope he continues this throughout the season and considering he started on the right yesterday, there’s definitely opportunity if he carries on impressing.
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    I think he'll get some minutes in the EL, especially games toward the back end of the group stage when the EL game is sandwiched between important league games.
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    He's a really hard working player, reminds me of Tevez a bit with his full speed ahead style.
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    Wont make it here but he's doing very well.
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    I saw the game yesterday, and my impression of him was that while he's fast and a good dribbler, he needs to improve his decision making a whole lot to become a PL player.

    I think Elanga looked like he had a better understanding of the game. He made a lot of clever runs. It was the first time I've watched both of them though.
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    Alabaster Codify7 Full Member

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    Where's he from?
    Is it pronounced Largy or Larjy?
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    Bulldog like approach.
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    That would be incredibly aggressive and I don't see that happening at all. There's lots of players who are ahead of him and giving him minutes doesn't seem realistic. Ahead of him are Greenwood (guarantee), Gomes, Garner, Chong, Levitt, Laird, and Williams. Reason I bring up these players is that there is an understanding that you're not going to play all the youngsters at the same time and thus need to be mix and matched in with lots of seniors.

    Now, of course most of these players don't play in his position, but even with that you can include Greenwood, Gomes, Chong, Pereira, Lingard, Mata, Rashford, Martial, James, and even Dalot.
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    Do we have a policy of signing ‘vertically challenged’ youth players???

    I bet Jose had nightmares about this
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    He or Bughail-Mellor should be on the bench against Rochdale in 10 days.
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    Are you sure we can fit him in? As it is, Gomes, Greenwood, Chong, and Garner are ahead of him. Then you have Williams, Laird (if healthy), and Levitt ahead of him. Possibly Dalot just returning. Think it could be overkill to have any more young players.
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    He was outstanding last night. Such an impressive dribbler and has a great attitude for the game. Think he could surprise a few over the next 2 years. Especially as he thrives in a role nobody else at the club does, if the right injury crises breaks for him at some point the rest could be history.
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    Never heard of him but looks a prospect alright.
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    He was good overall but also skied some big chances. A lot of work to do yet but yeah he has the talent to be a player in a few years.
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    Isn't he too largie to fit on our bench?
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    No. 7 eh. Hope he goes on to be like some of our great number 7 players.
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    This kids come from nowhere. I don't follow youth football as much these days but seen his name on team sheets but nobody ever talked about him. Seen bits of our games this year and he looks decent.

    Sometimes these young players just go up levels when nobody expected it and turn out to be good players. He might be one of them.
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    Well it's Rochdale so i wouldn't risk important attacking players (Pogba, Rashford, Martial and James).

    Greenwood
    Chong - Gomes - Pereira
    Garner - Fred

    Maybe one of Rashford/Martial/James on the bench + Mata/Lingard + then Ramazani/Bughail-Mellor.
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    Ramazani I could definitely see actually surprising a few people in a few years. Let's take it game by game, but his decisionmaking at such a young age is already pretty good and he's very eager to take on people with his good dribbling ability. We don't really have anyone aside from maybe James who's really just looking to dribble past people all the time.
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    There are youth players like him on every age group, people seem to forget that we're a big academy. U18s for example have Stanley who's almost in the same situation as Largie last year (good little technical player came from a smaller club without hype) or Haygarth who were the star of his age group but missed 2-3 years of development due to injuries, or Sotona, whilst people hyping up the first year U18s came from abroad and the U16s duo Shoretire and Forson. U23s have like 5 CMs who might become good players. As long as we don't mess up with the U23s level coaching like we did in the last few years and have better loans for some of them, couple of those "second tier" talents might make it, and we have some of them in every age group in the academy. Not everyone is a Greenwood or Gomes but good development, exposure to senior football and timing might grow them up to the level required for a Manchester United first team player.
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