Date: 7th October 2013 at 4:47am
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De Gea

On Saturday evening as Manchester United took on Sunderland, David De Gea made a save that legend Peter Schmeichel called one of the best he’d seen to keep United in the game.

At 1-0 down, had Emanuele Giaccherini’s header found the back of the net, United may not have taken 3 points from the Stadium of Light, further piling pressure on manager David Moyes.

There is a school of thought that it takes 10,000 hours of practise to become an expert and judging from this picture of a young De Gea, he has been putting the hours.


14 responses to “PHOTO: De Gea’s Been At It From A Young Age”

  1. mich says:

    Guys adnan januzaj should not be given the number 7 shirt, its not time yet, they must tell him to work harder, maybe next season or so or better still when he turns 20..we need all our young stars back herinquez, lingard, and co, I think they are the once to take us higher just like giggs, scholes and co did when they were still young…anderson should be used in champs league, he has a very goo record in the chams league

  2. nakwama says:

    I think bout Adnan and Zaha can make impact in united. D only tyn dey need is coach love and playing time. And for fellaini he ll definitely adapt. David pls giv Ashley and Valencia out. I dont think dia ar part of man u. One united.

  3. ole gunnar says:

    Yes moyes we fans always comment kagawa is a central midfielder. Don’t play him as left winger play him in central you will see that he will perform better than he does as left winger. Kagawa creativety in central will bring more goal and help our striker rooney,van persie to score. And on both wings januzaj,nani,valencia,zaha also will help used score more goals and make them strong.

  4. akash says:

    Shit man fellaini out for a long time. Hope he recover soon as possible