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Eight Man Utd youngsters who were destined for the top - but soon disappeared
Manchester United's academy is renowned as one of the most prestigious in world football with the youth sides at Carrington responsible for the likes of David Beckham, Ryan Giggs and Marcus Rashford.Personified by the class of '92, the Red Devils, though, have been culprits for announcing the next best thing to come out of Old Trafford, only for the youngster to wilt under the intense pressure associated with being a future saviour of United.Following the departures of Amad Diallo (loaned to Sunderland) and Tahith Chong (sold to Birmingham City) on Transfer Deadline Day, Daily Star Sport delves into the archives to examine what happened to those previous youngsters who were once destined for greatness but soon disappeared...READ MORE: Man City new boy Manuel Akanji professed love for Man Utd and Cristiano RonaldoStarting out at Fletcher Moss Rangers, the same youth side as Wes Brown, Jesse Lingard, Danny Welbeck and Marcus Rashford, Tyler Blackett signed for United at the age of eight and penned his first professional deal in 2012.Following loan stints at Blackpool and Birmingham, Blackett was drafted into the United first-team squad prior to the start of the 2014/15 season after impressive new boss Louis van Gaal in pre-season.
Cristiano Ronaldo - Jesse Lingard - Marcus Rashford - Harry Kane - Paul Pogba - David De-Gea - Jack Grealish - Harry Maguire - Bruno Fernandes - Premier League abuse study shows eight of 10 most targeted online are Man Utd players - dailystar.co.uk - Australia - Manchester - county Kane
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Premier League abuse study shows eight of 10 most targeted online are Man Utd players
Manchester United stars receive more online abuse than players from any other Premier League side.Cristiano Ronaldo and Harry Maguire are statistically the most abused players in the country, with Marcus Rashford and Bruno Fernandes not far behind, according to a report by Ofcom and the Alan Turing Institute, which looked into social media activity during the first five months of the 2021/22 season.Tottenham's Harry Kane and Manchester City's Jack Grealish are the only two non-United stars to make the top 10 - with David De Gea, Paul Pogba, Fred and Jesse Lingard completing the list.READ MORE: Man Utd captain Harry Maguire loudly booed every time he touches ball in pre-season friendlyBetween August 13, 2021 and January 24, 2022, a whopping 12,520 abusive tweets were aimed at Ronaldo, while 8,954 were directed at Maguire - who was roundly booed every time he touched the ball during a pre-season friendly in Australia last month.Rashford, Fernandes and Kane, meanwhile, all received over 2,000 abusive messages online over the same period.Kevin Bakhurst, Ofcom's group director for broadcasting and online content, said: "These findings shed light on a dark side to the beautiful game. Online abuse has no place in sport, nor in wider society, and tackling it requires a team effort.Should more be done to stop footballers getting abused online? Let us know what you think in the comments section below."Social media firms needn't wait for new laws to make their sites and apps safer for users.
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