While the goals were flying in for the Reds at Old Trafford on Saturday, several of United’s loanees were also finding the net away from M16…
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Posted by nickogs20 on December 1, 2010
Posted in Loan News, Sports | Tagged: blackburn rovers, bury, cameron stewart, cardiff city, carlisle united, danny drinkwater, danny welbeck, hull city, james chester, joshua king, loan, mame biram diouf, manchester united, matty james, nicky ajose, preston north end, ritchie de laet, sunderland, tom cleverley, wigan athletic | 4 Comments »
Posted by nickogs20 on September 9, 2010
September 9th 2010, 7pm
Moss Lane, Altrincham
|Manchester United Reserves||2-0||Stockport County Reserves|
|W.Keane 27 (pen)||–||–|
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s reserve side continued their flawless start to the new campaign, comfortably beating Stockport County at Moss Lane to make it three wins from three in the Manchester Senior Cup.
United dominated proceedings from the outset, and Will Keane opened the scoring midway through the first half from the penalty spot. Despite the Reds creating numerous chances, a combination of some wayward finishing, intervention from the woodwork and heroics from Hatters’ keeper Owain Fon Williams kept the visitors in the game deep into the second half, the three points only really being secured when sub John Cofie struck his first goal for the reserves with quarter of an hour remaining,
Posted in Reserve Match Report, Reserve News, Sports | Tagged: john cofie, manchester senior cup, manchester united, moss lane, nicky ajose, ole gunnar solskjaer, owain fon williams, ritchie de laet, stockport county, will keane | 5 Comments »
Posted by nickogs20 on September 1, 2010
September 1st 2010, 7.30pm
Bower Fold, Stalybridge
|Oldham Athletic Reserves||1-2||Manchester United Reserves|
|Jacobson 47||–||Ajose 49|
United’s reserves made it two wins from two in this year’s Manchester Senior Cup with a hard-fought win over Oldham Athletic.
While the performance left something to be desired, there was lots to be pleased about in the form of fine goals from Nicky Ajose and Federico Macheda, yet another comeback victory and important stepping stones on the road back to full fitness for Anderson, Wes Brown and, most notably, Rio Ferdinand, who completed 45 minutes on his comeback from the knee injury that ruled him out of the World Cup.
Posted in Reserve Match Report, Reserve News, Sports | Tagged: anderson, bower fold, federico macheda, joe jacobsen, manchester united, nicky ajose, oldham athletic, ole gunnar solskjaer, rio ferdinand, wes brown | 5 Comments »
Posted by nickogs20 on July 31, 2010
July 31st 2010, 3pm
McDiarmid Park, Perth
|St Johnstone||2-3||Manchester United XI|
|Haber 63||–||Norwood 9|
|N.Main 66 pen||–||King 26|
United’s Reserves continued their encouraging pre-season campaign as Nicky Ajose’s second late winner in the space of four days secured a 3-2 win over St Johnstone in a testimonial for Saints’ keeper Alan Main.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Warren Joyce’s side threatened to run riot in the first half, racing into a 2-0 lead with goals from Oliver Norwood and Joshua King, but the hosts responded after the break with a quick double-salvo from Marcus Haber and Nicholas Main. Having seen his son level the scores, Main Senior was introduced from the bench for his final appearance at McDiarmid Park and received a rousing send-off from all in attendance, although not before the increasingly prolific Ajose rained on his parade just a little with his 88th minute decider.
Posted in Reserve Match Report, Reserve News, Sports | Tagged: alan main, joshua king, manchester united, marcus haber, mcdiarmid park, nicholas main, nicky ajose, ole gunnar solskjaer, oliver norwood, st johnstone | 4 Comments »
Posted by nickogs20 on July 27, 2010
July 27th 2010, 7.45pm
Kassam Stadium, Oxford
|Oxford United||1-2||Manchester United XI|
|Constable 45||–||Eikrem 45, missed pen 5|
United’s Reserves got their pre-season campaign back on track with a late late victory over Oxford United at the Kassam Stadium.
After spurning an early chance to take the lead when Magnus Eikrem saw his penalty saved, the Reds seemed to have snatched a half-time advantage when the Norwegian made amends by curling home a free-kick a minute before the break, only for the hosts to respond immediately through James Constable. Oxford had the better of an extremely competitive second half and looked the more likely winners but, with time almost up, Nicky Ajose popped up at the far post to volley home and clinch a dramatic win in textbook United fashion.
Posted in Reserve Match Report, Reserve News, Sports | Tagged: james constable, kassam stadium, magnus eikrem, manchester united, nicky ajose, ole gunnar solskjaer, oxford united, reserves, sam johnstone, zeki fryers | 7 Comments »
Posted by nickogs20 on July 18, 2010
July 17th 2010, 3pm
East End Park, Dunfermline
|Dunfermline||1-5||Manchester United Reserves|
|Kirk 63||–||King 1, 16|
United’s Reserves made it nine goals scored in their first two pre-season games as they put five past an outclassed Dunfermline at East End Park.
Coming off the back of a four-goal haul against Curzon Ashton on Monday, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side picked up where they left off and blew the Scottish First Division outfit away in the first half. Joshua King grabbed two goals inside the first twenty minutes, those two strikes sandwiching another from Nicky Ajose, and Rodrigo Possebon’s long range effort made it four before the break. While Andy Kirk’s free-kick pulled a goal back for the home side in a quieter second half, Will Keane put some deserved gloss on the scoreline and restored the four-goal cushion with a typical finish five minutes from time.
Posted by nickogs20 on July 13, 2010
With huge thanks to Charlotte Robertson Photography, we have an exclusive set of photographs from last night’s reserve friendly at Curzon Ashton, where Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side cruised to a 4-0 win while giving the club’s brand new home kit a first public outing.
Posted in Reserve Match Report, Reserve News, Sports | Tagged: cameron stewart, curzon ashton, joshua king, magnus eikrem, manchester united, nicky ajose, ole gunnar solskjaer, ravel morrison, scott wootton, tameside stadium | 15 Comments »
Posted by nickogs20 on July 12, 2010
July 12th 2010, 7.45pm
Tameside Stadium, Ashton-under-Lyne
|Curzon Ashton||0-4||Manchester United Reserves|
United’s Reserves got their pre-season programme off to flying start with a comprehensive 4-0 win over Curzon Ashton at the Tameside Stadium.
The last encounter between these two sides ended in a resounding 8-0 victory for the Reds, and with goals from Magnus Eikrem, Ravel Morrison and Nicky Ajose giving Ole Solskjaer’s side a 3-0 lead at the break, a similar scoreline looked on the cards. United – showing off the club’s new home kit for the first time – laid siege to the Curzon goal in the second half and the brilliant Robbie Brady added a fine fourth, but the woodwork, several near misses and some profligate finishing meant that the non-leaguers kept the scoreline respectable.
Posted in Reserve Match Report, Reserve News, Sports | Tagged: curzon ashton, joshua king, magnus eikrem, manchester united, nicky ajose, ole gunnar solskjaer, ravel morrison, robbie brady, tameside stadium | 12 Comments »
Posted by nickogs20 on May 4, 2010
It’s the night of the annual Manchester United Player of the Year Awards, and the first gong of the evening has gone to Will Keane, the Jimmy Murphy Young Player of the Year for 2009/2010.
Posted in Academy News, Reserve News, Sports | Tagged: academy, brian mcclair, jimmy murphy, jimmy murphy young player of the year, manchester united, nicky ajose, paul mcguinness, scott wootton, will keane | 5 Comments »
Posted by nickogs20 on April 21, 2010
April 21st, 1pm
Clayton Wood Training Ground, Stoke
|Stoke City U18s||0-3||Manchester United U18s|
After seeing their reserve counterparts crowned champions on Tuesday night, Paul McGuinness’ Under-18 side took a big step towards a title of their own as they moved six points clear at the top of Barclays Premier Academy League Group C with a comfortable 3-0 win at Stoke City.
A second-minute strike from in-form skipper Nicky Ajose gave the Reds a lead they would never look like relinquishing, and further goals from Paul Pogba and John Cofie provided a scoreline that accurately reflected United’s superiority and delivered a second convincing away win in the space of four days.
Posted in Academy Match Report, Academy News, Sports | Tagged: academy, clayton wood, john cofie, joshua king, manchester united, nicky ajose, paul mcguinness, paul pogba, ryan tunnicliffe, stoke city | 1 Comment »