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Manchester United Under-19s 2018/2019

Manchester United Under-19s 2018/2019

Manchester United‘s Under-21s, Under-19s and Under-18s make up the development process for young players at the club. Here we look at the Manchester United Under-19s 2018/2019.

Replacing the old reserve league, a new Under-21 nationwide league was introduced for the 2012/13 season. Rather than seasoned professionals not currently selected for the first team, the Under-21 side is more likely to be young players looking to press for a first team breakthrough or a chance to gain experience on loan with another club. Here we look at the Manchester United Under-19s 2018/2019.

Manchester United Under-19s 2018/2019 squad list.

Matej Kovar

The 18 year old was promoted from the Under 18 side having only signed for United from FC Slovacko in January. His rapid progress at the  Under 18 level helped him in gaining a quick promotion to the next level.

Alex Fojticek

Became the first ever Slovakian international to represent Manchester United following his arrival at the club back in 2016.

Jacob Carney

The 17 year old has been a regular for the U18s and has enormous potential to be a future star for the club.

Ondrej Mastny

The 17 year old arrived from Vysocina Jihlava at the start of the season and one of the three U18s keepers in the squad.

James Thompson

The talented 18 year old is hoping to break into the team on a regular basis.

Lee O’Connor

The captain of the Republic of Ireland youth team has been the undisputed leader in the United backline.

Luca Ercolani

Another versatile defender Luca Ercolani joined the Red Devils from Italian side Forli.

Max Taylor

The Mancunian defender is undergoing cancer treatment and is expected to be declared fully fit very soon.

Di’Shon Bernard

Another imposing defender who is also an incisive passer of the ball.

Ben Hockenhull

Another talented full who made his way through the various ranks at the club.

Lukasz Bejger

The Poland U17 defender joined the Red Devils in the summer of 2018 from Lech Poznan.

Oliver Denham

Another young and versatile centre back.

Brandon Williams

A pacey fullback who loves to overlap.

Recce Devine

Another defender who joined the club from Manchester City in the summer on a free transfer.

George Tanner

The 19 year old has been quite regular for the Reserves this season and has mostly been deployed as a fullback.

Ethan Laird

The talented right back has represented Manchester United since the youth levels.

Harvey Neville

Son of former Manchester United defender Phil Neville.

Max Haygarth

The midfielder has excelled in the midfield.

Mark Helm

The industrious midfielder pulls the string in the middle of the pitch.

James Garner

The midfielder recently got promoted to the senior side after showing his skills for the U18s side.

Aliou Traore

A talented midfielder who hails from France

Dylan Levitt

The versatile midfielder was a pivotal part of the side which won the Premier League North title last season.

Arnau Puigmal

The Spaniard has represented Spain at the U19 level.

Angel GomesAngel Gomes

The number 10 has represented England at all levels and has also appeared for the United senior side.

Dion McGhee

A tenacious winger who likes to contribute to the attack.

Largie Ramazani

The 18 year old can trick his opponent with his skills on the flank.

Charlie McCann

The 16 year old is an important part of the U19s side.

Tahith ChongTahith Chong

When it comes to dribbling opponent defenders with ease there is perhaps a no better player than Tahith Chong. United fend of a number of opponents to bring in the player from Dutch side Feyenoord back in 2016.

Anthony Elanga

A talented winger who can create havoc in the opposition rank with his blistering pace.

Millen Baars

The right winger has shown lots of promises since joining the Red Devils back in 2017.

Mason GreenwoodMason Greenwood

The 17 year old is currently the highest scorer of the U18 side.

Joshua Bohui

A natural number nine he has been the preferred choice for Ricky Sbragia this season.

D’Mani Mellor

The attack minded player can play across the front three.

Nishan Burkart

The talented centre forward helped United in winning the Under-18 Premier League North Title last season and got promoted to the Reserves side this season.

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