Date: 12th July 2011 at 11:16am
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Having assumed his role as a coach at Old Trafford, Paul Scholes will be tasked with guiding players through Old Trafford and this could include stars of the future.

As one of the famed class of 1992, Scholes should know a thing or two about talented youth. He along with David Beckham, Nicky Butt, Ryan Giggs and the Neville Brothers graduated from that group and went on to forge careers at Old Trafford that saw them win numerous trophies and having just seen the u18s win the FA Youth Cup he has high hopes for this latest batch too.

“We have struggled a bit in the Youth Cup [since 1992] haven’t we?

“But this group look like they’re ready to go into a first team now because they are big, strong, powerful lads and they have got the skill to go with it.

“They like to work hard as well, which they are going to need. I thought they were brilliant and they looked like men already. They didn’t really look like kids because they are built so well. They are strong physically and have got the talent to go with it.”

The team that won the competition is littered with potential stars with the likes of Will Keane, Ryan Tunnicliffe and Paul Pogba all highlighted for bright futures whilst the highly talented Larnell Cole along with the likes of John Cofie and Tom Thorpe have also caught the eye.

But of all the players one stands out for Paul Scholes, Ravel Morrison.

Morrison has been talked about as one of United’s most talented players since Scholes but unfortunately off field problems have threatened to derail his career. Hopefully Morrison has put these issue behind him because for him not to achieve his full potential would be somewhat of a tragedy,

“They’re strong physically and have got the talent to go with it. You are probably looking at Ravel to come through, Ryan Tunnicliffe and Paul Pogba, but there are a lot of talented players.

“We’ve trained with Ravel and we know what talent he’s got – hopefully [he will fulfil it].”


11 responses to ““We’ve trained with Ravel and we know what talent he has got.””

  1. Patrick says:

    Morrison is definitely one for the future…I can’t wait to see him in action, hopefully for the first team…a far better use of a squad place than Obertan for instance…apparently Morrison scored a cracker yesterday for the reserves…

  2. Ravel Morrison& Paul Pogba ar d two most promising youth talents utd have for now.But Sir Ferggy needs to secure d services of a mental psychologist for Morrison, for him not to exuberantly end his potentials behind bars.
    No doubt, he has character malady but d one I see everything Scholes had in. Hope he outlives those flaws and secure his place in history

  3. kazeem says:

    Ravel has been tip by every united coaches including sir alex which mean d lad is a fantastic player but he need to be counselled on how to outlives off pitch scandals so that he can hav a blissful career with united.

  4. a more than likely outcome is you’ll see Ravel lining up in the Strangeways 11 more often than the United 11, what a shame and a waste of talent,can’t see the woods for trees this wonderful young footballer and he’s possibly been advised by everyone already, so here’s hoping that this super raw talent of Manchester comes shining through but i wouldn’t put my house on it

  5. Anas says:

    New Paul Scholes and Roy Keane in the form of Ravael Morrison and Paul Pogba..

  6. Tom says:

    I think Morrison is the reason we are willing to spend £30+ million on Sneijder. He might 27 but he is the player we need today and he will give Ravel Morrison the time to become the player of tomorrow. However unless he sorts out his attitude he won’t last long. He should know that all Man Utd fans are routing for him.

    He has Scholes now as a coach and he needs to stick to him like a glue. Learn from him everything he can, and not just football stuff, but everything. How to live his life and how to behave. He won’t be a Scholes character but he can’t carry on this road. He has fantastic potential, and if he focuses he will get games in the League Cup and even FA Cup. Long-term he can be a big player for Manchester United. If that doesn’t motivate him then nothing will, but I’m routing for him.

  7. Youths the way to go says:

    Morrison – Pogba – Tunnicliffe – Petrucci – Drinkwater – R.Brown – W.Keane – Cleverley – Welbeck – Kiko – Jones – Gea – Smalling – Rafael – FABIO – j.eVAN’S – Chicharito – Coll – L.Cole – are all gerat young players

  8. dave says:

    im backing tunnicliffe to break through, im very happy he has gone on loan to posh cos i will get the opportunity to watch him, cos i live in peterborough. come on ryan be our stevie G

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