abhicool66:You know its funny how people keep discussing who will come and who will go out of Man Utd and propose their so called "prospective formations".
One thing that I just can't fathom is how anyone can think of playing Young ahead of Nani anywhere on the pitch. He's nowhere near as skillful as nani, consistently loses the ball,
has absolutely no left foot and has proven that there is pretty much only one dimension to his game.
He will cut in and cross or shoot his curling shot (which I must admit is very good) or pass the ball backwards. Nani on the other hand is more skillful, gets into better scoring positions, is much better in one on ones, is the closest thing United has to a two footed player, can score some explosive goals (albeit in a different mold from young).
All in all nani just seems to be more of a match winner than young who looks unconvincing at times(though sometimes he is unstoppable in certain matches, scoring braces). Correct me if I'm wrong, while young might be faster than nani I don't think I've ever seen him use his pace to blister past opponents (like bale or valencia).
All said I think with kagawa coming into the equation I think playing nani will be a far more fruitful option than young eventhough I'll be the first to admit that nani is at his best on the right wing, but I'd take nani over young anyday, anytime and anywhere on the pitch.
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