Man United’s Ashley Young ready to give ‘110 per cent’ after injury-hit spell

Manchester United winger Ashley Young says he is ready to give 110 per cent to the Red Devils after an injury-hit spell

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff
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Ashley Young says he feels ready to give “110 per cent” to Manchester United’s cause after an injury-hit spell.

The Red Devils winger made his return to first-team action in a 0-0 draw with Chelsea on Monday night after aggravating an ankle injury in the early stages of pre-season in June.

The England international missed large parts of United’s title-winning campaign and hadn’t featured for the club since their derby loss in April before his second-half cameo on Monday night.

And the former Aston Villa man feels ready to make his mark under David Moyes this season.

“I feel ready,” Young told United’s website.

“I didn’t have a full pre-season but I have been trying to get myself fit all summer and when I’m fully fit, when called upon, I will go out there and give 110 per cent.

“I had a stop-start season last year with the injuries I had, which was frustrating. But I was glad to get back out on the pitch and to get some minutes. I felt good out there [against Chelsea] and, fingers crossed, now I won’t have the same injury problems this season.”

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