Thanks for taking some time to discuss that ..Jazz 16 said:Yes, you may have a point there. Simpson seems a good player but wont really get too many chances at United. I guess a lot depends on what's going to happen with Wes and is Neville going to be the same player he once was. The only people that know these answers are SAF and the people at the club.
We may also be buying a right back or a defender in the transfer window as it has been speculated. If Simpson needs to be loaned out Im sure it will be to Sunderland. Keane trusts him and will play him to gain vital experience. Simpsom played a key role in Sunderland's promotion and it's known that Keane is a great admirer of the player.
there are three points im gonna talk about :
* Gary Neville would never return the EXACTLY SAME player we knew before the injury and thats for sure because the lad is 32 or 33 years old and a 9-month-injury is something serious. He will come back as a great united player with great experience and fantastic abilities, but just not the Gary Neville we knew before.
* I think that Danny Simpson is a hot prospect, but he needs a lot of experience and I think Roy Keane would help with that cuz he know what SAF needs from the lad and he can develop really well under the guidance of Keano ..
* Wes Brown .. I think he will leave soon ( maybe in january ) because the guy is not showing any commitment even in the matches he is not working hard. That's why Sir Alex is giving Simmo the oppurtunity to express him-self to use him at the right back in the absence of Brown ..