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Januzaj: I learn most from Ryan Giggs

Adnan Januzaj has been asked about what his relationship with his team mates is like and he has singled out two in particular, although claims he gets on well with everyone at the club.

“With Robin van Persie, Patrice Evra… all the player are good,” he said. “We talk to each-other and discuss many things. All good.”

But when asked specifically which player he learnt the most from, it was our veteran winger Ryan Giggs, who has become a player/coach this season.

“From Ryan Giggs, also because he plays in the same position as me,” he continued. “I always ask him many things, he guides me and I always listen carefully to him.”

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  1. FeZ14 says:

    And so the legacy continues!!

  2. keegan4england says:

    The legacy will continue when the boy signs a f****ing contract!

  3. slim says:

    yup, i defintley see a bit of giggs in him. Isn’t blessed with the Welshman’s pace but he’s picked up on his dribbling and finding space where you wouldn’t expect him to

  4. Marq says:

    Yea, dribbling is something you want to learn from the likes of Giggs, how to turn a defender inside out with skills rather than raw pace which English players usually do.

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  7. bRed says:

    Awesome stuff! Been waiting impatiently for this! It’s finally done.

  8. M60 UT0 says:

    ….so the legacy continues ;-)

  9. FusilliJerry says:

    Credit where it’s due: David Moyes.

    Only wish Pogba had been handled the same way, that way we wouldn’t have ended up spending so much more on an inferior alternative with stupid hair.


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