Manchester United’s form has been up and down this season, but one positive as we enter the business end of the campaign has been Timothy Fosu-Mensah. The young man has taken to the first-team like a duck to water, but nobody knows what position his specialises in yet.
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Manchester United made it into the semi-final of the FA Cup for the first time in years last night, largely thanks to an outstanding defensive display from Tim Fosu-Mensah. The young Dutchman won plenty of key tackles, and even got United moving forward in an attacking sense.
Manchester United Football Club were demolished by Tottenham Hotspur yesterday afternoon, after three quick-fire goals all-but ended the dream of a spot in the top four this season. However there was one positive on the day, but his game ended prematurely due to an injury.
Manchester United were at the wrong end of a 3-0 thumping at White Hart Lane this afternoon, with Louis van Gaal’s days as boss certainly looking numbered, particular if the club lose against West Ham in the FA Cup this coming Wednesday.
Manchester United have definitely relied heavily on youth for large portions of this season, which has largely been down to a whole host of injuries decimating the first team squad. However many of those youngsters have done well, and for the most part, played better than the senior figures.
Manchester United have been the masters at changing things when the current situation isn’t going their way this season, and once again that was the case today. Louis van Gaal made a half-time sub, and brought on Tim Fosu-Mensah in place of Marcos Rojo, and it changed everything.
Manchester United secured a massive victory this weekend, with a slender 1-0 win giving Louis van Gaal’s men three vital points. The game turned on its head in the second half as United chased the goal, and a key man in that was Timothy Fosu-Mensah.
Manchester United pulled out another excellent display today, with Louis van Gaal’s side beating a resilient Everton 1-0, thanks to a goal from Anthony Martial. The first half was a dull affair, but the game changed when the Iron Tulip made a substitution at left-back.
Manchester United have been giving debuts to youngsters left, right and centre over the last couple of weeks, and the latest in line to earn that stature was Timothy Fosu-Mensah. He made his bow from off of the bench against Arsenal, and then backed that up with a start against Watford last night.
Manchester United are a club renowned for progressing youngsters through the ranks and turning them into club legends that go onto play in front of the Old Trafford crowd for years. Today could be the first step in that journey for Timothy Fosu-Mensah, who trained with the first-team for the first time.