Ashley Young has reiterated the point about the importance of experience, claiming that the likes of Ryan Giggs and Paul Scholes command respect in the dressing room.

“The younger players have taken over this season, with their music and general loudness,” he said. “But if someone like Ryan Giggs or Paul Scholes starts talking we all sit down and listen. I asked the boys about Scholesy as soon as I joined and they said he was unbelievable in training. He still pings the ball around like you wouldn’t believe.”

United went five points clear with help from Young’s goal at Blackburn on Monday and our winger claims the pressure has always been on City this season.

“The pressure has always been on City — there aren’t any nerves coming from our side,” he said. “We don’t play with fear and we haven’t got any nervousness going into games. We’ve got the momentum going into the final stretch of the season.”




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