International break it may be, but with eight United youngsters on loan in Leagues One and Two, there’s still something for Reds to keep an eye on at club level over the next fortnight – last night’s Johnstone’s Paint Trophy action for starters, which saw involvement for five of our loanees on what turned out to be quite a dramatic evening.
Posts Tagged ‘nick ajose’
Posted by nickogs20 on October 6, 2010
Posted in Loan News, Reserve News, Sports | Tagged: bradford city, bury, carlisle united, conor devlin, hartlepool united, james chester, loan, manchester united, nick ajose, oliver gill, oliver norwood, reece brown | 4 Comments »
Posted by nickogs20 on October 5, 2010
It’s been another impressive month for United’s youngsters across all levels, leaving us with a tough decision when picking September’s star man. While a couple of players have made compelling cases with their goalscoring exploits, we’ve gone for a man who’s predominantly a creator – the reserves’ captain and playmaking midfield maestro Magnus Eikrem.
Posted in Academy News, First Team News, Loan News, Reserve News, Sports | Tagged: academy, john cofie, loan, magnus eikrem, manchester united, nick ajose, ole gunnar solskjaer, paul mcguinness, player of the month, reserves, ryan tunnicliffe, tom thorpe | 5 Comments »
Posted by nickogs20 on October 2, 2010
As far as senior debuts go, scoring late on to earn your side a point against the league leaders isn’t too shabby – especially if you’re a defender. Step forward Scott Wootton…
Posted in First Team News, Loan News, Reserve News, Sports | Tagged: blackburn rovers, bradford city, bury, cameron stewart, cardiff city, carlisle united, conor devlin, danny drinkwater, danny welbeck, hartlepool united, james chester, joshua king, mame biram diouf, matt james, nick ajose, oliver gill, oliver norwood, preston north end, reece brown, ritchie de laet, scott wootton, sheffield united, sunderland, tom cleverley, tranmere rovers, wigan athletic, yeovil town | 2 Comments »
Posted by nickogs20 on September 29, 2010
An eye-catching cameo from Nick Ajose was the highlight as several loanees saw action on a full Tuesday night of Football League fixtures.
Posted in First Team News, Loan News, Reserve News, Sports | Tagged: bury, cameron stewart, cardiff city, carlisle united, conor devlin, danny drinkwater, hartlepool united, james chester, joshua king, manchester united, matt james, nick ajose, oliver norwood, preston north end, ritchie de laet, sheffield united, yeovil | 3 Comments »
Posted by nickogs20 on September 28, 2010
It’s been quite a week for United forward Nick Ajose. Allocated a first team squad number on Tuesday, the 18 year-old hit a hattrick for the reserves on Thursday and has now moved to his hometown club Bury on loan, where he got his first taste of senior football on Saturday.
Posted by nickogs20 on September 23, 2010
September 23rd 2010, 7pm
Moss Lane, Altrincham
|Manchester United Reserves||4-0||Bolton Wanderers Reserves|
|Ajose 63, 69, 79|
United’s 100% record in this season’s Manchester Senior Cup continued as Nick Ajose’s quickfire second-half hattrick fired the Reds to a comfortable win over Bolton Wanderers at Moss Lane.
After a dour first forty-five minutes Ole Solskjaer’s side cut loose after the break, inspired by a magical display of playmaking from Magnus Eikrem, who was an architect in all four goals. United blew the visitors away in a 16-minute spell as Ajose continued his impressive season so far with a fine display of finishing and a first reserve treble, the equally prolific John Cofie completing the rout in injury time as he grabbed what has this season become his almost obligatory goal.
Posted in Reserve Match Report, Reserve News, Sports | Tagged: bolton wanderers, cameron stewart, john cofie, liam irwin, magnus eikrem, manchester senior cup, manchester united, moss lane, nick ajose, robbie brady, robert lainton | 5 Comments »
Posted by nickogs20 on September 22, 2010
United begin their quest to lift the Carling Cup for a third successive year at Glanford Park tonight and, as always when the Reds enter the competition at this time of year, much of the focus will be on some of the more unfamiliar faces on show.
Posted in First Team News, Reserve News, Sports | Tagged: bebe, carling cup, chris smalling, corry evans, fabio, federico macheda, glanford park, javier hernandez, magnus eikrem, manchester united, nick ajose, rafael, ritchie de laet, scunthorpe united, sir alex ferguson | Leave a Comment »
Posted by nickogs20 on September 17, 2010
September 16th 2010, 7pm
Moss Lane, Altrincham
|Manchester United Reserves||1-4||Aston Villa Reserves|
|Ajose 78||Bannan 6, 43, 90 (pen)|
The spotlight was firmly on Bebé as United got their league campaign underway, but it was Villa who took the points and their Scotland U21 midfielder Barry Bannan who grabbed the headlines as the visitors avenged their penalty shoot-out defeat in last season’s Premier Reserve League national play-off with a comprehensive 4-1 win at Moss Lane.
Bannan struck twice in the first half, a superb early free-kick and audacious 43rd minute chip sandwiching an assist for defender Ciaran Clark as the Villans took a commanding lead into the interval. United improved after the break and substitute Nick Ajose gave the Reds a glimmer of hope with just over ten minutes remaining, but Bannan secured the victory and possession of the match ball from the penalty spot after a Villa counter-attack ended with Nathan Delfouneso tumbling under Oliver Gill’s challenge.
Posted in Reserve Match Report, Reserve News, Sports | Tagged: aston villa, barry bannan, bebe, ciaran clark, gabriel obertan, magnus eikrem, manchester united, moss lane, nathan delfouneso, nick ajose, premier reserve league, ravel morrison | 8 Comments »
Posted by nickogs20 on January 17, 2009
|Manchester United U18s||4-1||West Bromwich Albion U18s|
|Petrucci 29, 74||–||Lake-Gaskin (pen) 53|
Posted in Academy Match Report, Academy News, Sports | Tagged: academy, davide petrucci, lateef elford-alliyu, manchester united, michael appleton, nick ajose, oliver norwood, paul mcguinness, ravel morrison, ryan tunnicliffe, sebastien lake-gaskin, tom thorpe, west bromwich albion | 6 Comments »