7 thoughts on “Trust Ferguson to know what's best for Cleverley

  1. I think people are more disappointed that there is no signing of an established midfield star, and the departure of Cleverly without any addition looks like a weakening rather than a strengthening of the team. Also, many are looking fwd to seeing Cleverly in action, after all the good things said about him.

    I don’t think anyone questions AF’s wisdom in choosing what’s best for Cleverly.

  2. I agree with in1voice. Hargreaves’ continuing problems, Anderson’s injury and attitude issues, Carrick’s amazing loss of form and confidence, Gibson’s hit and miss/hit and hope form … all issues that combine to leave United fans fearing what the midfield might be capable of this season.

    Cleverley was the beacon of hope that we were looking to. We need Nani, Valencia and Fletcher to have amazing seasons and stay clear of injury, to allow Giggs and Scholes to slot in around them. It’s a shame Tom had to go out on loan, but ultimately if it’s best for him then it’s probably best for United too.

  3. He’d been at Wigan, passed a medical and been introduced to everyone before the Community Shield. It was only the is he injured or isn’t he saga with Carrick that cause its delay. Well, this is what the people “on the inside” *taps nose* at Christopher Park tell me.

    He’ll walk into our team at the moment and regular top flight football is just what he needs at the moment. Fergie likes Bobby for his style(even if it doesn’t always work) so probably pointed him in our direction as well.

  4. Can’t belive it.. There are still some idiots around questioning Fergies decisions. I’ve already begin to pity his successor. Perhaps these idiots need someone who has won titles from the last 50 years to shut up. Or is there anyone?

  5. It’s a really smart move. One, it’s going to get Cleverley a lot more games this than he would have at United. It will give him a long run, consistent experience against top teams – something he has not had yet. It will expose him to a different system of play and players – he’ll blend that in to his experience. He’ll return a far better player as a result and really kick in 2011/2012. Same story for Welbeck. There is not a guaranteed consistent place “THIS” season and they want to play. it’s a win-win.

    For those harping on about need to spend big dosh on some headlining midfielder forget it. We’re in the 2nd season of our transformation to the next generation. We’ve got fantastic depth this season all over the place and I say that admitting that there’s a void in replacing Scholes. You can’t ultimately buy what makes Man Utd enduring – it’s built. But it’s not a light switch. I’m way optimistic this season knowing that we’ve got the first year over (last year).

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