Charlie Savage's rise up the ranks at Manchester United took a significant step on Wednesday when he signed his first professional deal with the club.
The 17-year-old midfielder will be hoping to fare better than his father at Old Trafford by breaking into the first team as he vowed to keep working hard to impress manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Captain and lifelong Red Devils fan Katie Zelem led the team at the iconic stadium as goals by teenage sensation Lauren James and Jackie Groenen wrapped up the points.
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On United Acts of Kindness Day families are encouraged to register for a prayer vigil at Klyde Warren Park and include the name of a loved one who died from COVID.
The 18-year old centre back has been in and around United's first team squad this season after impressing playing for the Bramall Lane club's U23s and working with the first team in training.
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Manchester United’s place in the top four looks secure for the time being so a tepid draw – like many of those produced since being thrashed 6-1 by Tottenham – against José Mourinho’s side would suffice. Spurs on the other hand need a win to catch up and Mourinho will be eager to stick it to his former employers. A full complement of defenders will certainly help the endeavour after last week’s misfire against Newcastle. Graham Searles
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