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Default Re: The Future of Manchester United Academy Graduated under Louis van Gaal.

Tulisan dari Martin Samuel di Daily Mail. Dia nulis tidak hanya tentang Rashford disana tapi juga topik lain tapi aku tertarik dengan tulisannya tentang Rashford.

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Don't let Marcus Rashford end up as collateral damage at Manchester United
  • Adnan Januzaj broke into Manchester United's first-team as a teenager
  • He scored goals and was considered the future of the club
  • Ed Woodward regarded Januzaj's new contract as the most important signing of his first year in the job. So what then happened to him?
  • It seems mad to think Rashford might not have the brightest imaginable future at Manchester United
  • He has been the saviour of an otherwise underwhelming season
  • What of next season? What happens if United land a couple of big ones: Gareth Bale and Edinson Cavani, for instance, or Romelu Lukaku?

Before Marcus Rashford, there was Adnan Januzaj. He was a teenager when he played his first game for Manchester United. He got among the goals early in his career, too.

There were soon calls for him to be fast-tracked into the England team. And he was considered to be the future of the club in the post-Ferguson years, and even handed Ryan Giggs’s No 11 shirt.

Ed Woodward, United’s executive vice-chairman, regarded Januzaj’s new contract as the most important signing of his first year in the job.

So what then happened to Januzaj? Manchester United happened to Januzaj. The peculiar dynamics of the modern elite club happened to Januzaj.

He was the collateral damage of the brand leader United think they should be. Who knows if he will ever find a way through at Old Trafford from here. And who knows if Rashford can avoid a similar dead end, for all his first-season promise?

It seems mad to think Rashford might not have the brightest imaginable future at Manchester United. He has been the saviour of an otherwise underwhelming season. United failed in Europe, and may yet finish outside the Champions League qualification places for a second time in three years, but mention of Rashford’s name brings the broadest of smiles.

He is the battlefield promotion, who has played and scored like a millionaire; he is everything United fans think their club is about. Yet so was Januzaj. In David Moyes’s only season at United, he played the Rashford role. He was the breakout star, the saving grace. If United have got a few more like him, it was said, the future cannot be bleak.

Yet the following summer, United signed Angel di Maria.

With Wayne Rooney, Robin van Persie and Juan Mata also to be accommodated in the forward line, Januzaj was squeezed out. For all of the talk of Manchester United’s youth policy, marquee signings are as much a part of the culture of the club. Certainly, that is Woodward’s view.

An executive with a commercial background, he has concerns another year outside the Champions League will seriously impact on United’s global standing.

He feels the reputation of the club — particularly in unsophisticated, yet lucrative, foreign markets — hinges on its ability to attract world stars, particularly if not involved in the most prestigious tournament. With United’s rivals all looking to upgrade, expect Woodward to try to keep pace. And no club ever got big in Japan by showing off a new left back.

Matchwinners make the news, and United will target them as they have in the last two summers. That was the thinking behind the arrival of Radamel Falcao — signed when United already had Rooney, Van Persie, Javier Hernandez and a queue of young players including Danny Welbeck, James Wilson, Wilfried Zaha and Jesse Lingard.

It didn’t matter. Falcao’s transfer made a splash, a big statement, after United’s lowest league finish since 1990. It did not work as intended, long term; but it did at the time. It showed the world United were still in the game.

United’s forward line is already overcrowded. Against West Ham last week, a young trio comprising Rashford, Lingard and Anthony Martial impressed with their movement.

Rooney came back in at the weekend, against Aston Villa, Martial and Lingard dropping to the bench. It may be Rashford’s turn against Crystal Palace, and Louis van Gaal, the manager, can easily justify it. He’s young, he’s had a good run, he needs a break.

Yet what of next season? What happens if United land a couple of big ones: Bale and Edinson Cavani, for instance, or Romelu Lukaku? Where does that leave the three who performed so impressively at Upton Park? Martial is a costly acquisition, but Rashford and Lingard? They are in similar positions to Januzaj. They are kids having a good first season.

When Di Maria arrived, few thought it odd that he commanded a regular place and Januzaj did not.

There have been problems with Januzaj, of course. He did not take well to first-team exile, Van Gaal thought he should work harder when he did get opportunities and he disappointed when farmed out to Borussia Dortmund on loan.

Dortmund coach Thomas Tuchel questioned his attitude and, back at United, Januzaj angered Van Gaal by not taking an Under 21 match with Sunderland seriously.

It is easy to dismiss Januzaj as a promising kid who lost his way, except his disengagement appears to be the direct product of United’s decision to buy expensive forwards — Memphis Depay the latest — who cannot help but interfere with the progress of youth.

Jose Mourinho would be a poor choice for Manchester United, it is said, because he does not give young players a chance. Yet that may become less of a factor.

If Woodward intends proving a point in the market this summer, where will the next generation fit in? Manchester United want more than just the best young striker in Britain; they want to show they are still No 1. And you sell nothing with kids.
Apakah nasib Rashford (dan pemain-pemain yang muncul dan gemilang di musim ini) di musim kedua bakal sama dengan Januzaj? Persamaannya jelas, United kancrut. Petinggi United merespon kancrutnya United di era Moyes dengan belanja wah yang membuat Januzaj tersingkirkan. Bagaimana dengan musim depan?

Klo menurutku musim ini United butuh CB baru. Tapi klo beli CB baru trus Fosu-Mensah dkk gimana? Bingung kan? Klo lihat komposisi striker nggak meyakinkan. Nah klo beli striker baru trus gimana nasib Rashford? Terlebih ada si kapten pasti main yang masih ngerasa sebagai striker maut.

Disatu sisi butuh tambahan kualitas tapi di satu sisi musti memikirkan tentang keberadaan pemain muda. PR buat direksi United, direktur teknik (klo beneran bakal ada) dan pelatih (yang baru).
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