Thursday, July 1, 2010

Manchester United Signed Luke McCullough of Northern Ireland

Manchester United has signed Luke McCullough, the captain of U-17 Northern Ireland team. He has also represented his country at other age level. Born in Portadown, McCullough was handed a two-year scholarship by Manchester United.

It seems that Manchester United has now turned their sight on its youth side which produced the players like Ryan Giggs, Paul Scholes, David Beckham and some other star players in the past who helped United win many titles in the past.

Manchester United is currently in a financial crisis and can not spend huge in the transfer market. So, signing young talented players is a good move from manager Sir Alex Ferguson. Ferguson is the man who knows how vital and important the youth products of the club were over the last two decades.

Luke McCullough is not yet a very well-known face yet, not even in his country. However, joining the Old Trafford club, he has a big dream to shine for the Red Devils one day in Premier League and Europe. He is also impressed with the facilities of Manchester United.

Manchester United has one of the most popular youth academies in England and players of McCullough’s age aspire for a scholarship at Manchester United.

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