Ryan Tunnicliffe & Marnick Vermijl
Ryan Tunnicliffe (born 30 December 1992) is an English footballer who plays as a midfielder for Manchester United. Marnick Danny Vermijl (born 13 January 1992 in Peer) is a Belgian association football player who currently plays for Manchester United. /5
Ryan Tunnicliffe Marnick Vermijl Jesse Lingard Tyler Blackett Manchester United Davide Petrucci Sam Johnstone Larnell Cole Nick Powell Old Trafford Tom Cleverley Real Zaragoza Scott Wootton Nottingham Forest Robbie Brady Ipswich Town Angelo Henriquez Royal Antwerp
LOAN WATCH : Marnick Vermijl – Utrecht 2-0 NEC Nijmegen Marnick Vermijl started for NEC in a 2-0 away defeat, which keeps them rooted to the bottom of the Eredivisie. Last week the young Belgian scored his first professional goal, which was great for him, but reality hit the site once again, who look sure to find relegation this season. Vermijl is settling in his first team environment, which is helping his development, but nobody like being on a losing team for the majority of the season. Next Match: Roda JC K – Eredivisie – Saturday 14th December 2013, KO 17:45 Michael Keane – Derby County 5-1 Blackpool Michael Keane started the 5-1 victory for the Rams on the bench, but replaced Jake Buxton with about 17 minutes remaining. All the goals were scored before Keane made his debut. Blackpool scored within three minutes, but also saw two players sent off. After half time they were a very different side. Keane played well for the amount of time he spent on the pitch, hopefully he will be given more ch ...
Loans: Nick Powell was on the mark yet again on Saturday, finding the net in Wigan Athletic's home fixture against Derby County, but his sixth strike for the club was not enough to prevent a 3-1 defeat. The England Under-21 midfielder was joined in the Latics starting line-up by fellow United loanee Will Keane, whose brother Michael was an unused substitute for Derby. The game sounded the death knell for Latics manager Owen Coyle, who was sacked on Monday morning. Marnick Vermijl notched his first goal for NEC Nijmegen in their 3-2 win over AZ Alkmaar. Vermijl's 15th-minute opener proved to be the start of a high-scoring and entertaining encounter in the Netherlands. Ryan Tunnicliffe, Tyler Blackett and Jesse Lingard all enjoyed 90-minute run-outs for their respective clubs. Bury-born Tunnicliffe featured in Ipswich's 1-0 win over Charlton at The Valley, while Lingard enjoyed a more comfortable afternoon as his Birmingham side dispatched Barnsley 3-1. Blackett, meanwhile, helped Blackpool move up to fourt ...
Loans: Elsewhere, Tyler Blackett played 90 minutes for Blackpool in their 1-0 win against Nottingham Forest. It was the full-back's first loan appearance since securing the month-long move late last week. Ryan Tunnicliffe played 90 minutes for Ipswich Town in a 1-1 draw at Bolton but fellow Reds loanee Jesse Lingard missed Birmingham City's match with Charlton due to a knee injury. Meanwhile, United's youngsters who are on loan oversees enjoyed mixed results. Marnick Vermijl played 90 minutes in NEC Nijmegen's 2-2 draw with Dutch side FC Twente while Angelo Henriquez suffered a late 3-2 defeat with Real Zaragoza at the hands of Eibar. Davide Petrucci didn't feature in Royal Antwerp's 1-1 draw with SV Roeselare, while Bebe's Pacos de Ferreira will meet Arouca in the Portuguese Primeira Liga late on Sunday afternoon. -360
Result: Manchester United pip Tottenham Hotspur to Under-21 title Man utd have claimed the inaugural Barclays Under-21 Premier League title after coming from behind to edge Tottenham Hotspur in a 3-2 success last night. A number of players with first-team experience featured for both sides, including Tom Carroll, Ben Amos, Ryan Tunnicliffe and Harry Kane. Spurs had raced into a two-goal lead at Old Trafford, courtesy of impressive strikes from Jonathan Obika and Alex Pritchard. United rallied to reduce the deficit through Belgian youngster Marnick Vermijl, before Larnell Cole equalised with a composed finish from close range. Cole then completed the turnaround to score a winner two minutes from time as United secured a late victory in the reserve showpiece.
Reds take 21 to Turkey Sir Alex Ferguson will select from a younger squad than usual when he names his Manchester United side to face Galatasaray on Tuesday night. The party of 21 players flying out to Istanbul includes seven young men who have yet to play in the UEFA Champions League, including midfielders Nick Powell, Larnell Cole, Davide Petrucci and Ryan Tunnicliffe, striker Joshua King and defender Marnick Vermijl. The other two - defender / defensive midfielder Tom Thorpe and goalkeeper Sam Johnstone - are still without a senior appearance in any competition for the Reds, although both are United Under-21 regulars and have been capped by England at Under-19 level. The senior players missing the trip to Turkey include Wayne Rooney, Rio Ferdinand, Ryan Giggs, Paul Scholes, David De Gea and Robin van Persie. Travelling squad: Sam Johnstone, Anders Lindegaard; Rafael, Alexander Buttner, Phil Jones, Tom Thorpe, Marnick Vermijl, Scott Wootton; Michael Carrick, Davide Petrucci, Larnell Cole, Tom Cleverley, ...
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.
Sam Johnstone, Davide Petrucci, Jesse Lingard and Marnick Vermijl were mainstays of the successful Reserves side last term while Robbie Brady, Scott Wootton and Ryan Tunnicliffe all had loan spells away from Old Trafford. Frederic Veseli has had limited opportunities since a surprise move from Manchester City in January while Tyler Blackett was a regular in Paul McGuinness' Academy side. Check out MUTV's exclusive video to get a glimpse of the hopefuls in action. More: Tour 2012 news | Team news fo
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