Fergie Wait for Return of ‘The Specials’ Cleverley

When Tom Cleverley will play again? Sir Alex Ferguson responded, not in the near future. However, he was looking forward to the return of midfielder he called “special” is.

Cleverley absent after the last time down defending Manchester United in the match against Everton last October. That means that already the three-month 22-year-old player did not touch the ground.

Before getting injured in the ankle, Cleverley touted as the answer to the needs of a Manchester United midfielder Paul Scholes who type like. Duet with Anderson making the midfield ‘Red Devils’ lives. When he was injured, life is lost along with the declining performance of Anderson as well.

Manchester Evening News never mentions that Cleverley may only be playable in the game against Ajax Amsterdam in the Europa League in February. However, according to Ferguson, there has been no definite date when the midfielder numbered 23 it would return, despite calls about two weeks.

“Cleverley has a lot of running. He’s still far from returning to the main team, but now he has a lot of running. He will be a great additional strength. It would be nice to see again because he was someone special,” said Fergie on the official club website.

Along with improving conditions Cleverley, Scottish manager also gets some good news related conditions gelandangnya. Ashley Young and Anderson calls are ready to play. With the return of a number of names midfielder, Fergie was feeling optimistic.

“I hope Ashley will start practicing middle of this week, he’ll be back soon. Cleverley still two weeks behind. Anderson also ready to be played this weekend. He will start training on Monday or Tuesday and this will give me a pretty collection of midfielders to face the rows of game. ”

“The performance of Michael Carrick incredible lately, he’s playing with the fantastic. We also have (Ryan) Giggs, Scholes, Cleverley, and Anderson. So, we had a group of midfielders that will help us.”


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