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"MU - big and strong but no flair!"

Those were the words of former international Serbegeth 'Shebby' Singh (pic) who watched Manchester United's Under-21 side edge Tottenham Hotspur's Under-21 team 2-1.

Shebby, who is now Blackburn Rovers global advisor, shared his thoughts over the match;

Watched Man Utd U21s play our lot (Spurs) last night ... we lost 2-1 to a team that had Lindegaard, Fletcher and Evans ... they scored in the 1st minute and then from a penalty.

We outplayed them in the last 20 mins with good passing, flair and movement .... met Tim Sherwood and Les Ferdinand after the game for a chat .... and their thoughts on the game match mine .....

A few boys looked really good - Ryan Mason - centre mid with good vision and passing ability, kind of a deep lying playmaker ... captain too Harry Kane - a right footed VdV .... in the hole ... looked disinterested but then would take over the game and was a class apart ... he will struggle with English perception of not working hard enough, doesn't tackle blah blah blah ....
Jonathan Obika - .... striker better than Sir Les but not as good in the air ... according to Sir Les himself ... Tim reckons AVB won't have the confidence to play him Cristian Ceballos - bloody hell ... another Luca Modric .... believe me ... had a push and shove with Captain Ryan as he wanted to take the pen we got!!!

The future seems in the right hands ... unless I take Tim to Bburn !!!!

MU - big and strong but no flair!

HD says: Big and strong but no flair? Ouch.


  1. we?..our? a DoF or whatever representing Blackburn, a bit of unprofessional of shebby to use 'we' and 'our' while speaking about spurs. yeah everyone knows that u love spurs shebby, but please don't embarrass Malaysia with your unprofessional behaviour.

  2. top notch blighter he is!

  3. shebby dit it again..!!! another low..shebby the bean...!!

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