Now regarded as Manchester United’s worst kept secret, the talent of Ravel Morrison is the talk of the town.
Putting his off field issues to a side, all manner of praise has been heaped on him with some claiming he is the most talented player to come from our academy since Paul Scholes and with his role in our FAYC win last season it is easy to see why people would say so.
Speaking to former United coach Phil Brogan, the man that first eyed his talent as an 8 year old, Mark Chapman and his panel on BBC’s 5 Live Sport discuss his journey to the club and the role Man City played in it, his talent and what the future may hold for him.
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i really hope he gets a chance against leeds.
the thing is i cant see him going on loan (like cleverly did working his way up the divisions) due to his personal issues, so he needs to get his head down and work hard.
theres that big gap between being talented and being able to apply that talent at a club like manu, but his at the club that will give him the best chance to become a great player.
Don’t want to jynx it, but didn’t we take another player of citeh who turned out to be pretty good. Would love him to play in the number 10 position against Leeds, if he has recovered from injury that is.
Its frustrating because you wait years for a special talent like him to come through the system. He is an outstanding prospect and in the position where we could do with someone special. I hope he makes it but you just don’t know.
We get linked with young midfielder’s like Goetze and Barkley, but you wonder why can’t Ravel Morrison come through and be that outstanding talent for us. He should be playing for England U21 now with his talent, but his attitude and off-field behaviour is effecting his chances.
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