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Man Utd starlet Chong looking to Rashford & Martial for inspiration – football news

Tahith Chong is being tipped to reach the very top at Manchester United, with the talented teenager looking to model his game on senior stars such as Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial.

The 18-year-old is considered to be one of the hottest prospects to have emerged from the Old Trafford academy system in recent years.

He has already been handed a taste of senior football, with Jose Mourinho including the promising Dutchman in his pre-season plans for International Champions Cup action in America.

Chong is determined to build on those outings, with there a desire on his part to follow in the footsteps of exciting young stars who are already established on a world stage.

He told Maisfutebol: “Like any young player, my goal is to get into the first team. It’s hard work to get there and that’s what I have to do.

“At 18, being able to be a part of such a tour was an incredible experience. I had the chance to play with the first team and had players around me trying to help me. My focus was just on learning from them.

“I’m living the dream. All over the world there are kids who have the ambition to play for United and being there makes me thankful and keen to work as hard as possible.

“I’m training with Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial and, when I train with them, I try to absorb as much as I can because they are world-class players. The best I can do is try to learn from them.”

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While Chong is looking to learn plenty from those around him in the United playing ranks, he is also hoping to take as much as possible from his time working under one of the most successful coaches in the business.

He added on playing under Mourinho: “He’s a great coach.

“When I worked with him for the first time, he immediately took the pressure off me. He does this with all the younger players, and from there, the only concern you have to have is to work and learn as much as possible. It’s great to work with him.”

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Man Utd academy update: Goal-getters Gomes and Greenwood off to great start – football news

When Manchester United’s teamsheet for the 2-0 win over Burnley on Sunday included Jesse Lingard and Paul Pogba in the starting XI and Marcus Rashford among the substitutes, it was the 3,926th consecutive occasion on which they had named at least one academy graduate in their lineup stretching back almost 81 years.

It is a record the club is rightly proud of, showing that their commitment to developing players dates back to long before the famed ‘Class of 92’.

Pogba may well continue to divide opinion after his missed penalty at Turf Moor, but Lingard was a constant thorn in Burnley’s side. Meanwhile, it was an educational afternoon for Rashford, who came on as a second-half sub only to be sent off within 10 minutes for a petulant, retaliatory head-push on David Bardsley.

Below the first team, though, United continue to thrive, with a number of players catching the eye in the early part of the season at under-23 and under-18 levels…


Angel Gomes Manchester United

Ricky Sbragia’s reserve side are unbeaten so far in 2018-19 having made the drop to Division Two of Premier League 2 after a disappointing season last term.

Whereas the under-23s struggled for goals 12 months ago due to a high turnover of players, this time around they have started well in front of goal. The highlight has been Angel Gomes’ first three goals at this level following his promotion towards the end of last season, while fellow US tour inclusion Tahith Chong joined him on the scoresheet in the opening 2-2 draw at Derby.

Attacking midfielder DJ Buffonge has also started the season on the right foot with two goals, while 17-year-old Jimmy Garner has not looked out of place after making the step up from the under-18s.

The central midfielder, who started for Jose Mourinho’s first team against the San Jose Earthquakes in July and then came on as a late sub in the win over Real Madrid, has shown a maturity in the centre of the park which belies his speedy elevation to reserve-team football.

At the back, the return of Regan Poole from a year-long loan at Northampton to play alongside Ro-Shaun Williams has made Sbragia’s outfit a far more solid unit than they appeared at times in their relegation campaign last time around, while Lee O’Connor’s excellent progress continues to catch the eye at left-back.

Friday’s 1-0 win over Stoke City at Old Trafford, secured by Gomes’ first-half strike, whet the appetite for another appearance at the Theatre of Dreams, with Reading visiting on September 14 in United’s next under-23 fixture.


Mason Greenwood Manchester United England

Just as the under-23s sit in fourth place after four games, so too do Neil Ryan’s under-18 side after suffering their first defeat of the campaign at Middlesbrough on Saturday.

Prior to that 3-1 reverse, the youngsters had been in fine form despite having been pegged back three times on the opening day in a 3-3 draw with Derby County.

Mason Greenwood, who scored twice in that game, netted one in each of the following victories against Liverpool (3-1) and Stoke City (5-1) to take his early tally to four following his 17-goal season in 2017-18, although he did fail to hit the mark from the penalty spot against both Derby and Stoke.

The win over the Potters at The Cliff featured a stunning full debut in the under-18 age group for Charlie McCann. Coming off the left of the attack, the 16-year-old addition from Coventry City netted twice in the one-sided result, including one effort inside four minutes when bamboozling the Stoke back line.

Later in the same game, Warrington-born Mark Helm came off the bench for his first 10 minutes of football in a United under-18s fixture and netted United’s fifth.

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One player worthy of particular note so far this season has been Arnau Puigmal. The Spanish midfielder has been switched to right-back by Neil Ryan and has taken to the role superbly for the most part.

His driving runs on the overlap were a particular threat against Stoke, while on Saturday at Middlesbrough he netted United’s only goal.

United appear to be in good hands at this level under Ryan, who replaced Kieran McKenna as coach this summer following the Northern Irishman’s elevation to first-team coach.

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