Confirmed Starting XI: United U21s vs Chelsea U21s

Manchester United’s U21s may not be the most talented group of youngsters we ever had the privilege of watching, but one things for certain, Warren Joyce has them organised. They’re a committed group of lads, who have over exceeded exceptions by reaching the final.

Qualifying in fourth place, and narrowly beating local rivals Liverpool in the semi-final a couple of weeks ago, Manchester United take on the heavily favoured Chelsea youngsters in the Youth League final at Old Trafford tonight.

Included in the starting line-up is young James Wilson who scored two goals on his first-team debut last week, also in the line-up is Reserve Player of the Year Saidy Janko.

Confirmed Starting XI

Amos; Varela, McNair, M Keane, James; Janko, Ekangamene, Pearson, A Pereira, Lawrence; Wilson


Subs: J Pereira, Weir, Harrop, Blackett, Willock

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4 Comments

  1. Man Hoof Yoof.

    Long ball GARBAGE at all levels.

    No European Hoofball in Salford next season….or the one after that….etc etc….

    • Haha…typical looserpool…. “We cant let it slip,We cant let it slip” and there,..hahaha…he slipped… Looserpool have no titles and they dance out of joy with one bad United season… “HAVE YOU EVER SEEN GERRARD WIN THE LEAGUE?HAVE YOU EVER SEEN GERRARD,EVER SEEN GERRARD,EVER SEEN GERRARD WIN THE LEAGUE” *claps *claps

  2. As a result of their victory in the 2005 UEFA Champions League Final, Liverpool won the European Champion Clubs’ Cup trophy outright, and were awarded a multiple winner badge. Only Real Madrid (nine) and Milan (seven) have won the competition on more occasions. Liverpool’s total of three UEFA Cup wins has been matched only by Internazionale and Juventus. They have also won the UEFA Super Cup on three occasions, a total only Milan (five) and Barcelona (four) have bettered.

    In total Liverpool FC have won EIGHT European Trophies which is twice yes TWICE the amount Man Hoof have won…..with their 1999 win being a total fluke in the final.

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