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Ashley Young

30-Year-Old Midfielder     Manchester United  Premier


England

Birthdate:  July 9, 1985    Birthplace:  Stevenage, United Kingdom    Nationality:  England    Height:  5' 9"    Weight:  128 lbs    Show ContractHide Contract

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Signed a five-year contract with Manchester United in July of 2011.

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April 5, 2016    Ashley Young News

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Young started for Manchester United's U21 squad on Monday after being an unused substitute last weekend, reports Sky Sports.

Young was on the bench, but did not play Sunday in United's win over Everton. He played the full 90 minutes on Monday for the junior side, though.

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April 3, 2016

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Young (groin) is available off the bench Sunday versus Everton.

Young finally returns to the team after almost three months injury lay-off. He'll need some additional time, though, to gain full fitness before he can be considered for a starting position but even when fully healthy he will probably be behind Matteo Darmian and Marcos Rojo in the depth chart for the full back positions.

April 1, 2016

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Young (groin) could return for Sunday's match against Everton.

Young has been sidelined since mid-January with a bad groin injury, but looks to be well on the road to recovery. While he's unlikely to feature on Sunday, he's certainly getting closer to his return. The versatile winger/fullback will be a key cog to United's late season success if he can quickly get back into form.

March 4, 2016

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Young is due to return in March after being sidelined thanks to a major groin injury.

Young has missed the past six Premier League matches after picking up a groin injury at the end of the first half against Liverpool. While it was unclear as to Young's timeline in the wake of the injury, he's now due back some time in March, which is good news for a team that's surging, but could still use more quality at the back.

January 22, 2016

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Young (groin) will be out for "a long time" after finding out he'll need groin surgery.

The versatile winger who has found himself at right back for the past six matches was pulled in the 42nd minute of the last match against Liverpool with this injury, but it was unclear as to the severity of it. Now, the news is in and it's less than ideal. United have been short of fullbacks all season and Young's injury will put a further dent into the team's depth at the back.

January 17, 2016

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Young left Sunday's match against Liverpool in the 42nd minute due to injury.

Young was attended to by the physios after colliding with Liverpool's James Milner, and while he was able to get back into play, he went down again less than one minute later. Cameron Borthwick-Jackson replaced Young, though Matteo Darmian moved from leftback to rightback.

January 12, 2016

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Young (fatigue) is starting Tuesday against Newcastle.

Manager Louis van Gaal noted after the last Premier League match that Young is a bit run down, but with so few available options in the back for United, he'll continue to be out there.

January 3, 2016

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Young was taken off in the 77th minute of Saturday's match against Swansea City due to stiffness, the Manchester Evening News reports. "Ashley Young has played a lot of matches in a row and he is stiff and had to be changed," manager Louis van Gaal said after the match. "It was not voluntary. I changed because I had to change."

Young was very effective in the attack playing as a left back, and he picked up an assist on Anthony Martial's opener. He also drew three fouls and sent in 10 crosses. Paddy McNair replaced him, which moved Daley Blind to left back, and it's unclear if the issue is serious enough for Young to miss any additional time.