Ryan Tunnicliffe & League Cup
Ryan Tunnicliffe (born 30 December 1992) is an English footballer who plays as a midfielder for Manchester United. In association football, a League Cup or Secondary Cup generally signifies a cup competition for which entry is restricted only to teams in a particular league. /5
What can I say? I can only conclude that our performance (Man Utd) in the EPL this season has been poor, and from the context of our recent history and pedigree, has been abjectly disgraceful. Given our apparent lack of ambition and motivation, we should not "deceive ourselves" but set a modest target this term; champions league qualification at the very best. We should try and concentrate on Cup games especially the League Cup so as to enable a young talented boy like Adnan Januzaj have a feel of a trophy. The FA Cup because of its competitiveness will prove difficult at the latter stages but can be won with a stroke of good fortune. The Champions League is simply a "bridge too far". It is still mathematically possible to win the EPL but being positive about Man United in that regard will involve voodoo mathematics, which I will not be a party to. There is no way ALL of Arsenal, Chelsea, Man City and Liverpool(yes, with Suarez) will have an extended period of mediocre performances like we have had this . ...
Things don't always turn out well for fathers of Manchester United players who bet on football, but Ryan Tunnicliffe's dad is now a wealthier man for having faith in his son's abilities. Midfielder Tunnicliffe has been on the books at Manchester United since he was scouted as a 9-year-old. Seeing his son's potential at that young age, Tunnicliffe Sr. did what any upstanding father would do and rushed to his local bookmakers to place a wager. Reports The Guardian: When the fledgling midfielder, now 19, was nine his father had placed the wager that his son would one day play for United, taking the odds of 100-1 with a £100 bet. When Tunnicliffe made his debut appearance for the first team as a 76th-minute substitute for Marnick Vermijl in Wednesday's League Cup win over Newcastle, the 10-year-old bet earned pops a tidy £10,000 ($16,234) payout.
Ryan Tunnicliffe's Manchester United debut wins his father £10,000 Goal.com After betting £100 on his son when he was just nine, that he would play for the first team, *** Tunnicliffe makes a 100/1 profit - with a 350/1 wager on an England bow waiting. Ryan Tunnicliffe has won his father £10,000 by making his first competitive debut for Manchester United in Wednesday's 2-1 League Cup win over Newcastle.
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