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‘Crazy’: Michail Antonio says one Manchester United player is so good it’s ‘an absolute joke’

In a recent discussion, Premier League veteran Michail Antonio shared his thoughts on the form and potential of one of Manchester United’s emerging stars, Kobbie Mainoo.

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Despite the challenges faced by Erik ten Hag at Old Trafford, there are glimpses of optimism, and fans are hopeful for a new era under Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s oversight.

Antonio, speaking on the ‘Footballer’s Football Podcast,’ praised the 18-year-old Mainoo, highlighting his impressive performances this season and foreseeing a bright future for the young talent at Manchester United.

Reflecting on Mainoo’s abilities, Antonio expressed, “What’s crazy about him is that I saw a clip of him last season playing for the academy or the reserves. Literally, he was bossing the game. He was an absolute joke.”

Antonio continued by acknowledging Mainoo’s composure and confidence on the field, emphasizing his control of the game’s tempo and his belief in every action.

Despite his young age, Mainoo approaches matches with the assurance of a seasoned player, showcasing remarkable maturity.

While Antonio recognized Mainoo’s potential, there remain concerns about the style of play under Erik ten Hag, particularly against top opponents.

Ian Wright recently discussed the necessary changes to create an environment conducive to Mainoo’s development, raising debates about whether Old Trafford is currently the optimal setting for a young player’s growth.

Despite these considerations, Mainoo’s performances indicate that the club’s academy has effectively nurtured his talent.

The young player seems prepared to take on responsibilities for the team, demonstrating promising signs for the future, even amid the challenges faced by Manchester United.

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