MU is still striving to rejuvenate and toward a brighter future than the bleak reality. Anyway, with what has been performed since the beginning of the season, Solskjaer ‘s rejuvenation is still on the right track.
MU has “Solskjaer gold generation”, dreaming to overthrow Liverpool – Man City
Even in the first markets that were bought by themselves, coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer showed the strength for the rejuvenation of MU. With the appearance of Harry Maguire, Wan-Bissaka, Daniel James (Summer 2019); Bruno Fernandes (Winter 2020) with the parting of veterans Chris Smalling, Antonio Valencia, Ashley Young or Alexis Sanchez (will return after loan), MU is now having the most youthful squad in the Premier League.
Statistics from the Premier League organizers, MU is one of the teams that have used the youngest squad in the tournament with an average age of 25.8. Above them is Bournemouth (25.2); Chelsea (25.3); Aston Villa (25.5) and Everton (25.7). The youngest “Reds” squad to use was in the 3-1 victory over Brighton on November 10, 2019, with an average age of 24.8.
The 1-1 draw at Wolves Stadium, the average age of MU players is 24 years and 173 days. This is the youngest squad in the tournament since the 2016/17 season. If calculated in every arena this season, coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer used to use a younger squad than that with an average age of 22.1. It was against Astana in the Europa League group stage.
In the hands of coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer now is the young and richest potential player in the tournament. In defense, “Red Devil” has Wan-Bissaka 22, Brandon Williams 19, Dalot (21), Shaw (24), Tuanzebe (22). In midfield, it’s Daniel James (22), McTominay (23). In particular, the pillars of the MU attack at the moment are very young names, with Rashford 22 years old, Martial 24 years old, Greenwood (18), Chong (20).
In the upcoming 2020 summer market, coach Solskjaer promises to buy more young players, and gradually liquidate some names beyond the age of hash that do not contribute much to the collective. Mata (31), Matic (31), Lee Grant (37) or even Jones (28) were not used as much as the Norwegians.
Obviously Coach Solskjaer understands that, in order to achieve success with MU, he needs to look at the lessons of the previous person. In fact, the most successful stages of MU have been associated with a golden generation of Carrington training furnaces.
Originated from the young of Sir Matt Busby, outstanding talents but fate. Without the 1958 Munich disaster, perhaps Real Madrid would not have won five consecutive championships from 1955 to 1959. After the Munich disaster, Sir Busby and the rest of the players like Sir Bobby Charlton could still build an empire for the “Red Devils”, culminating in the 1967/68 C1 Cup.
After Sir Matt Busby, MU lurked in the past for a long time. “Red Devils” sometimes have to relegate. But then Sir Alex came and created the legendary 1992 youth. Beckham, Scholes, Neville brothers, Butt … have written together with one of the most glorious pages in the history of the club, making MU the most beloved team on the planet.
With the current trend of world football, the pressure of performance choking does not allow coach Solskjaer to wait and depend on the Carrington training furnace. But he is trying to create a golden generation of his own, with targeting young players but able to contribute immediately to the “Red Devils”.
And who knows, in the near future, these potential players will bring MU back to the peak of English football, overthrowing the dominance of rival Liverpool as well as “noisy neighbor” Man City.
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