The Savage Legacy?!

Charlie Savage signs his first Manchester United contract
  1. Name:- Charlie Savage
  2. Age:- 18
  3. Country:- Wales/England
  4. Foot:-Left
  5. Position:- Defensive Midfielder

Charlie Savage son of Robbie Savage the former Manchester United player, who was in the Class of 92 squad. Robbie Savage had the most appearances with Leicester City and won the ENGLISH LEAGUE CUP WINNER with Leicester city in 2000. Charlie Savage coming from a football background, have a lot of things to prove to the world.

Savage has a good sense of the game, he is quite good to read the game and making a perfect moves and creating a good build-up. He has a great vision which is his plus point. Good decision-maker and he is brilliant at holding the ball. He is very calm with the ball which is necessary for any midfielder.

He is very good at pinging the ball over the top of the defenders. He puts timely tackles whenever required.

Plays with good composure and with a cool mind. Proper 1–2 passes to keep the flow of the game.

He does get stuck in the defensive formation of the opponent finds it sometimes difficult to create space for himself BUT that does create space for the supporting midfielder and make a through ball pass for the winger or the player who is free to make a run which indeed creates a goal-scoring chance for the Reds.

He is quick with the ball which is important as the u23 has players with good speed like Hoogewerf, Iqbal, Shoretire and others.

Savage’s Champions League debut

When Sviderky takes the command to carry forward the ball, Charlie plays as his backup and helps to create more space for Sviderky alongside the defence line. He plays short and accurate passes and keeps the tempo.

Savage got good vision, picks the perfect player and makes a good pass. He plays with aggression and he has good holding ability.

Though he makes risky passes I believe that's okay cuz with that mistake he will make a better pass and search for better options,

United are blessed with midfielders I believe, Savage, Sviderky, Garner and Iqbal are so better at midfield. They are the uprising that starts in the United.

Savage makes a decent movement, though he rarely depends on the ball and that's what I would to see him improve at the proper aggression and the demand for the ball the hunger to create more chances and create proper space for himself and lure the opponent down.

I believe the pressing quality he has, earned him his debut for the Champions League under Ralf Rangnick.

We all know the big money signing rarely works in modern football so I believe it's time to put our faith and trust n academy players and give them chances to improve themselves and play for the first team, players like Charlie Savage deserve to be in First Team.

Savage with Lord Matic.

Under Premier League 2, he made 19 appearances scoring 2 goals and providing an assist for the team.

United’s future will be in safe hands if they trust the academy players to help them to explore and gain some experience.

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Manchester United, Sports Blogger https://www.instagram.com/keertan_21/

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Manchester United, Sports Blogger https://www.instagram.com/keertan_21/

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