3 Wigankid Guided MU Expelled from Old Trafford
Manchester United (MU) was known as a club that produces talented young players. MU Academy never gave birth to Ryan Giggs, David Beckham, Paul Scholes, Gary, and Phillip Neville or known as the Class 92 Judi Dadu.
MU triumphed with them under the care of Sir Alex Ferguson. A number of prestigious titles they managed to achieve with the main strength of academy graduates themselves.
However, later the graduates of the Red Devils academy difficult to penetrate the main team. Finally, they also have to lift the foot from Old Trafford because the opportunity is not much given.
Manchester United now prefer shopping for players rather than promoting their young players. This policy is quite criticized, but the management of Manchester United reasoned they want to get up and compete again in the top flight after Sir Alex Ferguson’s retirement.
Here are three young players dropout academy MU difficult to see through the main team and must lift the foot from Old Trafford.
At a moment, Federico Macheda, was considered will be the future bomber of Manchester United. In the 2008-2009 season, Macheda’s goals helped Manchester United win the Premier League and his age was only 17 years old.
After his name stuck out, Macheda was loaned to Sampdoria, but failed to shine. Macheda moved the club on loan from Manchester United, back injury also briefly disrupted its development.
Macheda’s failure flourished because he felt depressed and burdened when he was only 17 years old. He also admitted how very large expectations from the outside, which makes the focus disturbed.
His contract with MU runs out in the summer of 2014, at which time he was on loan to Cardiff. Now, Macheda is stranded Italian Serie B club, Novara, a small town located between Turin and Milan.
Danny Welbeck is a product of Manchester United academy. Welbeck plays for Manchester United’s first team in the period of 2008-2014. Played as many as 142 parties and scored 29 goals. (AFP / Dani Pozo)
In the summer of 2014, MU decided to sell Danny Welbeck to Arsenal. The policy was taken to make room for Falcao borrowed from AS Monaco.
Welbeck is the result of the guidance of The Red Devils, and when he was younger is a pride wonderkid Alex Ferguson. Manchester United legend David Beckham is sad to see his departure to rival club, Arsenal. In fact, at that time Welbeck is still considered worthy costumed MU.
MU goalkeeper even burglarized Welbeck at Old Trafford in an FA Cup match that took place March 10, 2015. Welbeck’s mere Welbeck goal also also makes the Gunners won the first victory at Old Trafford in the period of nine years.
Last season, Welbeck was struggling with injuries, but his quality did not diminish. Arsene Wenger still believes in Welbeck, a trust he did not get when he was with MU.
Adnan Januzaj Proud of number 11
Adnan Januzaj (manutd.com)
Manchester United sold Adnan Januzaj to Real Sociedad for 9.8 million pounds (Rp 168.3 billion). This is again a portrait of failure MU provide opportunities for their players built.
And Januzaj had shone when MU handled David Moyes with 27 appearances and four goals in the debut season. However, when Moyes was fired and Louis van Gaal came, Januzaj was no longer an option.
Several times the Belgian player had loaned MU, including last season to Sunderland. This summer, Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho did not include Januzaj in his plans, but there was a repurchase clause when selling it to Sociedad.
The nickname The Next Cristiano Ronaldo was slowly faded in the Januzaj. However, the new age of Januzaj is 22 years old. He is believed to still have a bright prospect when working hard.