United’s U18s take on Chelsea in the second leg of their FA Youth Cup semi-final at Old Trafford this evening, the tie finely poised after the Blues’ 3-2 victory at Stamford Bridge 10 days ago.
Posts Tagged ‘old trafford’
Posted by nickogs20 on April 20, 2011
Posted in Academy Match Preview, Academy News, Sports | Tagged: chelsea, daniel pappoe, fa youth cup, gary neville, manchester united, old trafford, paul mcguinness, ravel morrison, tyler blackett | 2 Comments »
Posted by nickogs20 on April 9, 2011
With the first team fighting for silverware on three fronts and big games coming thick and fast, it’s easy to overlook the fact that it’s not just United’s senior side that look set for a thrilling (and hopefully trophy-laden) climax to the campaign. Warren Joyce’s reserves are in hot pursuit of a treble of their own, while United’s U18s are 180 minutes away from the FA Youth Cup final, with the first leg of their last four clash with Chelsea taking place at Stamford Bridge this Sunday.
Posted in Academy Match Preview, Academy News, Sports | Tagged: aziz deen-conteh, chelsea, dermot drummy, fa youth cup, josh mceachran, manchester united, milan lalkovic, nathaniel chalobah, old trafford, paul mcguinness, ravel morrison, ryan tunnicliffe, sam johnstone, stamford bridge, will keane | 1 Comment »
Posted by nickogs20 on October 18, 2010
After almost nine frustrating months on the sidelines, United’s highly-rated Italian midfielder Davide Petrucci is apparently close to a return to action.
Posted by nickogs20 on July 3, 2010
United and England U20 midfielder Matt James will return to Deepdale for the entire 2010/11 season after completing his long-anticipated loan move to Preston North End.
Posted by nickogs20 on June 15, 2010
Out-of-contract United goalkeeper Tom Heaton has agreed to join Cardiff City on a free transfer.
Posted in First Team News, Reserve News, Sports, Transfer/Trial News | Tagged: cardiff city, cardiff city stadium, dave jones, manchester united, ninian park, old trafford, sir alex ferguson, tom heaton | 4 Comments »
Posted by nickogs20 on June 15, 2010
Next up in the spotlight as we profile last season’s loan stars is England youth keeper Ben Amos. Preben Walle reports on Ben’s time in Norway with Molde FK…
Posted by nickogs20 on May 20, 2010
With Ben Foster joining Birmingham City this week for a fee mooted to be in the region of £6m, Sir Alex Ferguson has confirmed that he won’t be looking to sign a replacement, instead preferring to promote 20 year-old reserve goalkeeper Ben Amos to the first team squad.
Posted in First Team News, Loan News, Reserve News, Sports | Tagged: ben amos, ben foster, edwin van der sar, manchester united, molde, old trafford, ole gunnar solskjaer, premier league, sir alex ferguson, tomasz kuszczak | 7 Comments »
Posted by nickogs20 on May 6, 2010
With the regional structure of academy football in England it’s not often that United and Arsenal meet at this level, and indeed you have to go back to April 2007 for the last encounter between the two sides. It was quite some game though…
Posted in Academy Match Preview, Academy News, Sports | Tagged: academy, antonio bryan, arsenal, chris fagan, danny galbraith, danny welbeck, fa youth cup, febian brandy, kieran gibbs, manchester united, old trafford, paul mcguinness, rhys murphy, steve bould | 6 Comments »
Posted by nickogs20 on May 2, 2010
While it looks unlikely that the Premier League trophy will be paraded around Old Trafford next weekend, United do have the chance to clinch one national title inside the famous old stadium tomorrow as the Reds meet Aston Villa in a Bank Holiday Monday clash to decide the Barclays Premier Reserve League champions.
Posted in Reserve Match Preview, Reserve News, Sports | Tagged: andreas weimann, aston villa, ciaran clark, dominic hofbauer, gabriel obertan, giuseppe rossi, kevin macdonald, manchester united, marc albrighton, nathan delfouneso, old trafford, ole gunnar solskjaer, reserves, ritchie de laet, ron-robert zieler | Leave a Comment »
Posted by nickogs20 on April 22, 2010
Sir Alex Ferguson has taken time out from overseeing the first teams’ Premier League pursuit to offer congratulations to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Warren Joyce and the reserve team squad for the successful resolution of their own title challenge.