Sir Alex Ferguson to go oldschool?

Manchester United is one of the best when it comes to discovering talents. It all starts from George Best, The most recent was CR7. Now this would be the best time for Fergie to throw his best cards on the table when city rivals Man City are spending like theres no tommorow.

Yes Sir Alex.. Its time for some serious thinking

Youth is what I’m talking about over here. It would be good for Man Utd as well as England. Its been a while since a quality youth player stepped on the field for England making us go “Woah”. We all have to get out of our fantasies that Glazers have £95 Million in store for transfers. If they had that much amount we would have atleast made one big signing.Can we really depend on Berbatov or Nani for now ?

Dimitar Berbatov Nani

The future is bright for Manchester United, we all know that with players like Macheda, Gibson, Evan, Oberton ready to make a mark.But what do we have for the time being? Our midfield is stronge, But still “We have to buy our own Lampard and Gerrard” as Steve Bruce said or in this case CREATE our own Lampard and Gerrard. Lets wait and see what the mastermind Sir Alex Ferguson has in store for us.

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United is a club which has always produced great talents. Sir Alex Ferguson himself said

The history of Manchester United is quite simple, It’s always been based on young people and that’s where we’re more comfortable. I think our fans are more comfortable too.So producing players is a big incentive for us. We know the response we get from supporters when we produce a player through the ranks, through our youth system. It’s a fantastically satisfying thing also.At the moment we have a collection of young players who have been growing up at the club for the last few years like Danny Welbeck, Jonny Evans, Darron Gibson and Federico Macheda. These young players are developing very well at the club.Some players are coming through like young Oliver Gill and young Corry, Jonny Evans’ brother.The 68 year old also said  “So we’ve a fine collection of young players who, if you don’t give an opportunity to, are going to stagnate and move to other clubs who’ll get the benefit of the work we’ve done with them.We’ve had experience of that in the past, so we try to avoid that as best we can and make sure we make the right decisions about these boys’ careers, because most of them are very good and talented”.

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