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Which United Youngster Are You Most Looking Forward To See?.

  • Fraizer Campbell

    Votes: 10 11.2%
  • Danny Simpson

    Votes: 7 7.9%
  • Ben Amos

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Evandro Brandao

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Rodrigo Possebon

    Votes: 34 38.2%
  • Danny Welbeck

    Votes: 33 37.1%
  • Other

    Votes: 5 5.6%
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I went for Wellbeck. Seems like a decent kid and he has bags of potential.
He is big and fast and once he fills out he could be a super player.
Hope he gets a chance here and there next season. He has the potential.
nice thread Keano.

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Keano! said:
I hope we see lots of Welbeck next season.

Time to take the Carling Cup seriously and give the fringe players a chance.

Treat it the seame way Arsenal did last season, play the second string if you like.

Welbeck will be a United star in the near future!
We always give the fringe players a chance...and play a second string like
Aresnal. Thing is, maybe our kids weren't good enough last season.
It just didnt happen for em on the night. Its not through lack of trying,
but merely just one of those things.
Still cant see Wellbeck getting a lot of chances. Would love to see him but
it wil be minimal unless all our strikers get crocked.

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A beaming Tom Cleverley couldn't contain his delight after scoring on his senior debut during United's 4-0 victory over the Kaizer Chiefs in the Vodacom Challenge final.

The 18-year-old was a late inclusion in the Reds' South Africa squad after flying out with fellow youngsters Rodrigo Possebon and Craig Cathcart on Thursday.

Cleverley entered the fray at the start of the second period and wasted little time in making an impression, expertly converting Wayne Rooney's knock-down just after the hour for United's third goal.
"It's been an unbelievable day and I'm pretty speechless," he told MUTV.

"I got the call on Tuesday to say I'd be coming out to South Africa so it's all happened very quickly.

"I came on and did quite well and got a goal - I feel very proud."
Having experienced a successful taste of first team action, the midfielder is determined to build on his bright start.

"I've done well in my first match, but I want to stay there and carry it on into the season," he insisted.

"I'm just a down to earth lad from Bradford and to see Scholesy coming on to play next to me was unbelievable; you
have to pinch yourself.

"It's great to play with the likes of Tevez and Rooney and it really helps you to raise your game. Hopefully I can continue to do that."

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eoininho said:
I cant wait to see Rob Brady, I'm hoping he'll be the answer to Irelands prayers, I also would like to see Wellbeck and Martin do well!
he looks pretty good alright. Our very own Giggsy :p
Ive seen him 3/4 times mainly in youth games and the odd reserve game also.
Definitely one for the future, for Ireland at least anyway lol
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