Ravel Morrison is a name that that is always spoken about with regret among the Manchester United ranks of what could have been. The 26-year old broke out in the same academy set as Paul Pogba and Jesse Lingard in what was the golden age of youth players in the early part of the last decade.
Many of the speculations suggested that Ravel Morrison, who is the former starlet of Manchester United is all set to join the Rangers, who are the powerhouses of Scottish Premiership in this month.
Isco might not have been getting that many playing opportunities under Santiago Solari, but the coach has denied that he has any issues with the player. According to Solari, he is pleased with the way Isco is going about his job in whatever opportunities he is getting and he sees him as somebody who is going to be very, very important for Madrid when they go through a transitional phase.
Ravel Morrison the midfielder of Lazio is being lined up at his current club to take move to Portugal with Vitoria Setubal. The information is true as it has been confirmed by the sources in the Lazio. Morrison, who is the former Manchester United player, is back at Lazio after having an excellent loan spell at Mexican club Atlas.
Manchester United man Jesse Lingard has been a real shining light at the ongoing 2018 World Cup. In the two games England have won, Lingard has been very instrumental. His goal against Panama – a brilliant 20-yard curler – showed class, and afterwards when he was subbed for Fabian Delph, the player was caught on camera juggling a rolled-up ball of socks which fans found sweet.
Former Manchester United player Ravel Morrison has moved to Mexican club Atlas on a season loan deal.
The player who now plays for Italian side Lazio has failed to establish himself in the first team and as a result, has been allowed to leave in order to get playing time.
Ravel Morrison said that he is happy with the move and that he will be focusing on getting enough playing time. He said that he had struggled a lot last season as he fails to get enough chances in the Lazio team despite being fit. He will be hoping that he will get more time on the field with the Mexican side.
Ravel Morrison who played under Sir Alex Ferguson at Manchester United was released by the club. His career has since been marred by reports of indiscipline, and he has failed to get a sustained run in a team.
Birmingham City boss Harry Redknapp has handed a trial to talented midfielder Ravel Morrison.
The former Manchester United star used a City shirt for the first time in four years in the game against FC Union Berlin.
The player is on trial at the club as plans for the player were foiled in Wolfsberg. Morrison was handed an opportunity in the game though the Blues eventually lost the pre-season friendly game 1-0.
Redknapp admitted that the player had “good ability.” The coach hinted that the player would get more opportunities upfront, claiming he was “too deep.”
The story of Ravel Morrison is a very similar one to Robinho, both were players that absolutely amazed during their childhood, during the time that they spent performing in their respective youth academy teams but after being promoted to the main team, things quickly began to crumble.
Ravel Morrison is not such a well-known figure as Robinho or as other youngsters but the English player has received from some of the most respected figures in the world of football including: Sir. Alex Ferguson and Gary Neville.
“Ravel Morrison might be the saddest case. He possessed as much natural talent as any youngster we ever signed, but he kept getting into trouble. It was painful to sell him to West Ham in January 2012 because he could have been a fantastic player. But, over a period of several years, the problems off the pitch continued to escalate and so we had little option but to cut the cord.” This is what Sir. Alex Ferguson wrote on his 2nd book as he talked about naturally talented players who have had a tough childhood and it has affected their professional careers from kicking off in full force.
At the age of 14, Ravel Morrisson admitted to criminal damage after having thrown his partner´s phone from her parent’s window and also intimidating a witness to a knifepoint robbery. The English youngster was also fined for bein involved in domestic violence or things of this nature.
QPR coach Ian Holloway has told Ravel Morrison that he needs to prove his worth to the team if he wants to stay next season.
He said it is not sufficient to have a reputation as you need to demonstrate that you are good enough to play for QPR.
This is the second time that Ravel Morrison has joined QPR, and he is currently on loan from Lazio. QPR has the option of signing the player permanently, but Ian Holloway has stated that nothing will happen if the player does not put in more effort in his performance.
Ian Holloway said that Ravel Morrison is a good player and that he loves him, but he knows that the player has had some issue with discipline. The coach said that the player should be ready to work hard and also be on time in training. He stated that this was a major issue in the past with the player and that he will need to change if he wants to have a contract with QPR.
Former Tottenham Spurs manager, Harry Redknapp believes that Man United outcast, Ravel Morrison can still become one of the world’s best.
Ravel grew up alongside Paul Pogba at the Manchester United academy and was tipped to break into the club’s first team.
Redknapp believes that Sir Alex Ferguson saw Morrison as the best young player in the youth team at that time. But despite Fergie being a big fan, Ravel never played a single match for the Red Devils before moving on to Lazio in 2015. Morrison left Man United despite being their brightest youth prospect at the time.
The midfielder’s career at Lazio is now out in the cold, but former England manager, Harry Redknapp believes that the player can still attain his full potentials.
Redknapp wrote in his new book ‘It Shouldn’t Happen To A Manager’:
“Ravel Morrison was another genius at school. Sir Alex Ferguson thinks that he was the best young player that he has ever had. I could believe that from the time I spent with him at QPR.