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Should we be getting excited about Man United’s class of ’14?

Date: 7th May 2014 at 6:48pm
Written by Christy Malyan

Yesterday evening witnessed a tacit changing of the guard at Old Trafford. While Nemanja Vidic made his final home appearance in a Manchester United jersey ahead of his summer move to Inter Milan, interim boss Ryan Giggs issued youngsters James Wilson and Tom Lawrence their first outings at senior level for the Carrington club, with 21 year-old Michael Keane also awarded a spot the bench. The theme of new and old - further amplifiedby the player/manager's twenty-minute cameo stint from the bench - was no coincidence. Following the tradition of Sir Alex Ferguson, Giggs addressed the Carrington crowd following the 3-1 victory over Hull City, declaring; "You've seen a little glimpse of the future, and this is what this club's about. We never stand still, we always give youth a chance, and we try and play attractive football." 18 year-old James Wilson immediately repaid his manager's faith by netting a brace against the Tigers, producing a particularly impressive finish for his first strike, and although it was a less eye-catching debut for U21 squad team-mate Tom Lawrence, the 19-year-old was industrious and inventive on the left hand side. So, following their role in last night's convincing victory over Hull, should we be getting exciting about United's latest crop of youngsters, dubbed the class of '14? Of course, that unofficial moniker alludes ... Read More


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