Sir Alex Ferguson, a legendary Manchester United manager has maintained that he is pleased with the current management of youngsters at the club.
The Scot believes that faith should be shown in youth at Old Trafford and across the entire league.
The legendary former boss has expressed his delight for the turnout of events at the club. In particular, he is pleased to see the Red devils follow his Class of ’92 blueprint with academy graduates, Rashford and Greenwood considered to be doing well at the club.
The Scotrish gaffer who has long retired was the first to look for inspiration from within the youth ranks at Old Trafford.
Fortunately for him, he found a lot of talented young players in a single era, with the likes of David Beckham, Ryan Giggs, Paul Scholes and Gary Neville going on to become some of the best players to have graced the game.
Repeating that at Old Trafford is always going to prove trickier but the club are determined to make that happen once again.
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Scott McTominay, Greenwood and Rashford are among the most recent of players who have made their way into the first team from the academy.
Ferguson said the following of United’s current graduates in an interview with talkSPORT
“They’re all doing well.
“It’s a good set up at United. For any young kid going there, it’s a great club to go to.
“And I think England are producing great young players who are representing their country and that can only be a good thing.
“Hopefully Scotland can follow that!”
The Scot added the following:
“If we go back to the young lads of ‘92, you give them an opportunity to play for Man Utd in front of 75,000 and they don’t want to miss that.
“And they all did very well, and they’re also very good human beings.”