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Scott is the editor of Red Matters - 50 Years of Supporting Manchester United and an author of Play Like Fergie's Boys and Not Nineteen Forever. He writes for ESPN, The Metro and Bleacher Report. Follow @R_o_M on Twitter.

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  1. Utd4life says:

    Looks like the lad is genuinely pleased on becoming a red devil. I don’t think the Gaffer will throw him in the deep end straight away. However, I do hope that the Gaffer picks him for the pre season tour.

  2. FletchTHEMAN says:

    Always love the unheard of signings.

    For every 10 Bebe’s,
    there is a Chicharito, a Ole Gunner,

    and maybe, just maybe, a Lee Sharpe :cool:

  3. Sandeep1878 says:


    yeah hope so pal..

    the video suggests, his goal scoring is an instinctive decision..takes the shots pretty early..sometimes from unusual positions and angles, enabling to beat the goalie with surprise..

  4. Sandeep1878 says:


    bebe is not finished, not yet :)

    may be the most rawest player we signed in a long time :P

  5. Vilhelm28 says:

    How good is this Powel? Many talents have come in our doors.

  6. ji sung says:

    He picked AOC who’s a year younger than Jones lads. Not once but twice…these last 2 games. He played Jones a couple of times before the Euros so obviously he’s not too convinced of his ability. He should have just picked Rio then but let’s not get into that.

    Jones just doesn’t look like a footballer and that’s just my view. I’ve not been impressed by the lad 1 bit to be honest. The way people were going on about him when we first signed was like he was the new british wonder kid of football. Saying he was england’s and United’s next captain etc. Absolute bollocks imo! Yes he may be 20 but he looks as if he’s 26. He doesn’t have the ability you expect of a MUFC player and I just don’t rate the lad and nor does woy by the looks of things lol.

  7. FletchTHEMAN says:


    Redknapp quitting spurs.

    50% Because going to Qatar for gold
    45% clueless
    5% Modric sale

  8. scan74 says:

    fuckin hell ji sung whats phil jones done 2 u bummed u on a away trip

    if u aint happy go somewhere else we got another shirt seller now misery bollocks

  9. Utd4life says:

    ji sung. You are very hard to impress mate. You need to take into consideration that Jones is still ONLY 20 so he has time on his side to develop into a truly great footballer. Very rarely do you find players who have the complete package at 20. And your argument that the Ox is a better player than Jones because Ox was played against France holds no ground because both are different players and they play for different positions. Ox is a winger whereas Jones is a CB/ Midfielder and as we know the CB and MF positions are quite heavily loaded in the England squad.

  10. Clint-Iamyourpapii says:

    Welcome to Powell United ! :P

    Anyone seen the kid play?
    Sweet Mary Magdalene’s Arse ! the boy was born in 1994 :shock:

  11. Fred says:

    Fletch – he’s waiting for the England job, which he will get once Woy is sacked in a couple of weeks. As I theorised the other day, Woy is just an transitional manager, selected to take the rap for this Terry farce and England’s inevitable Euro failure. He’ll be scapegoated, ridiculed and sacked and then England can have a fresh start under “the people’s choice” ‘Arry Redknapp.

  12. FletchTHEMAN says:


    You should see a specialist for that negative hateful streak ;)

    :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

    See you all on the new thread! Get in Nicky Powell!

  13. Joffrey Baratheon says:

    Ji sung, Phil Jones was our best player the first half of last season so fuck knows what you think of the rest of the squad!? 19 year old kid in his first full season for United and didn’t moan one bit when he was moved around the team to compensate for our injuries while putting in some brilliant performances until he got injured away to Fulham and then had his season disrupted by nigling injuries. You’ve got some bloody cheek criticising him! Not impressed one bit was you? Did you expect the world from him instantly? No pleasing some people.

  14. RedHarry4Life says:

    I watched some youth world cup on Euosport rcently something like under 17. Think it was in Mexico. Powel played Centre midfield and was by far England’s outstanding player. remember thinking he wasn’t bad. Seemed a midfield enforcer, from what I have seen of him recently he has developed more as a attacking CM

    recently read that we had signed that young Chilean Hendrique, now he looks like he will be a stunner. At 17 he is now a regular and onbe of the star players for Chile’s top team. Got a lot people in South america ravingh about him. Apparently we have 1st option on him and he has been coming iover since he was 15

  15. denton davey says:

    RedHarry4Life @ 22:13: ” in Mexico. Powel played Centre midfield and was by far England’s outstanding player. remember thinking he wasn’t bad. Seemed a midfield enforcer, from what I have seen of him recently he has developed more as a attacking CM”

    Don’t compartmentalize his talents – maybe he can do both in the same way that TheGreatKeane-o did ? For sure, SAF isn’t looking for midfield additions who are limited to being “destroyers”. Even MrJones would offer more than that.

  16. StatesideAussie says:

    Hamzah … Kagawa was OK last night against Australia. He caused some trouble and his movement was terrific, though he wasn’t a constant threat. And although he can beat his man with turn and pace, he can also be easily dispossessed. Still, it’s hard to judge a player from one performance, especially for a national team where players are thrown together. Also, he plays slightly out of position for Japan.

    Japan’s standout player was Keisuke Honda, who plays for CSKA Moscow. Australia’s standout player was Tim Cahill, who had a blinder. Cracker of a match, I thought, and Australia had every chance to win. We were all over Japan like a cheap suit in the first 25 minutes but wilted later. Not surprising, really. We played Oman on Friday night in 108F (42C) heat, then flew 15 hours (7,000 miles/6 time zones) to play Japan here four days later. There were two red cards, one apiece, both bad decisions. But on what I saw last night, either team would give England a run for its money.

  17. King-Whiteside says:

    choose booing Mike Duxbury at Wembley… best number two ever to play for ingerland (not including Nev and Parker!! ;-) ….

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  19. kimbo70 says:

    nice one scott….. I thought this was the republic of mancunia and all things that ingerland cos UNITED > ingerland and there is total idiot england supporters going on with them selves on here. So what this site is for united fans we dont want to here about internationals and their pathetic fans who go OOOOhhh arhhh sh** ar f**k off when the goalie kicks a ball and only sing the same ole songs time and time again to their so called england team. Im sorry but dont want to know theres only one team for me and when them players pull on a united shirt thats all i want to know and actually care about.


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