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Profile of the English footballer Ashley Young, who currently plays as a midfielder at Man Utd. The 30-year old player Young joined Manchester United from Aston Villa and wears the number 18 shirt.

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Ashley Young Career
2003–2007Watford98(19)
2007–2011Aston Villa157(30)
2011–Manchester United90(10)

2006–2007England U2110(1)
2007–England30(7)

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Ashley Young : Man Utd News
“The powers-that-be at Oakwell, though, have been rewarded for showing patience and belief in a young manager by watching him turn that run of poor form around and book a place at Wembley to contest the Johnstone's Paint Trophy final against Oxford United”
 BristolPost Today
“And he claims that only two clubs – Arsenal and Crystal Palace – have been better than United in the 24 Premier League games Bastian Schweinsteiger, Ashley Young and Marcos Rojo are all still out.”
 The Daily Express Today
“The Manchester former United hero Cristiano Ronaldo and Barcelona golden boy turned 31 and 24 respectively. Along with a clip of his brilliant individual winner against Aston Villa, the Red Devils tweeted a congratulatory message to their young star.”
 Daily Mail Today
“Manchester United travel to Stamford Bridge on Sunday to face Chelsea with a few key players injured, so we have a look at who Louis van Gaal may pick in his starting XI So, with a number of first-team absentees to contend with, who is likely to be in the”
 VAVEL Yesterday
“Another vote is expected at the next summit of Premier League clubs in March after at least seven teams — Arsenal, Manchester United, Manchester City, Liverpool, Tottenham, Chelsea and West Ham — opposed the cap this week.”
 Daily Mail Yesterday
““Michael Carrick said to me and I have the same feeling, the competition is not yet finished, not for Manchester United or the other teams.”
 Daily Star Yesterday
“A BRISTOL boxer has escaped unharmed after gunmen walked into a hotel during his weigh-in and shot a man dead. Danny Butler was on the card for the Clash of the Clans bout at Dublins' National Stadium, which was due to take place tomorrow.”
 BristolPost Yesterday
“Matteo Darmian has also had his fair share of problems, while Ashley Young – Manchester United’s utility man – has been ruled out for a while with a serious groin injury sustained a few weeks ago.”
 squawka.com Yesterday
“Sunderland must rediscover their cutting edge at Liverpool tomorrow after Sam Allardyce branded ‘a crime’ their failure to score against Manchester City in midweek.”
 The Chronicle Yesterday
“I’m not saying there haven’t been shots fired from elsewhere, but it doesn’t seem becoming of a man of his position. Shelvey had polar opposite performances since joining and he will need time. Long-term Ł12m could be a good buy. Tough at the moment.”
 The Chronicle Yesterday
Ashley Young Career Honours
  • Watford: Football League Championship play-offs (1): 2006
  • Manchester United: Premier League (1): 2012–13
  • Manchester United: FA Community Shield (1): 2011
  • Watford Young Player of the Season (1): 2004–05
  • PFA Championship Team of the Year (1): 2005–06
  • PFA Premier League Team of the Year (2): 2007–08, 2008–09
  • PFA Young Player of the Year (1): 2008–09
  • Premier League Player of the Month (3): April 2008, September 2008, December 2008

    Source: wikipedia.org

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    Goalkeepers
    Sergio Romero Victor Valdes
    David de Gea
    Defenders
    Antonio Valencia Matteo Darmian
    Luke Shaw Patrick McNair
    Chris Smalling Phil Jones
    Daley Blind Marcos Rojo
    Midfielders
    Juan Mata Jesse Lingard
    Adnan Januzaj Ashley Young
    Memphis Depay Andreas Pereira
    Ander Herrera Bastian Schweinsteiger
    Marouane Fellaini Michael Carrick
    Morgan Schneiderlin
    Forwards
    Will Keane Anthony Martial
    Nick Powell Wayne Rooney