Stanley U21's to face Man U
7:57am 2nd October 2014
Manchester United Under 21s will visit the Store First Stadium next Tuesday (7th October) for the Lancashire Senior Cup clash.
Manchester United’s up-and-coming stars, managed by Warren Joyce, with face Stanley in the first round of the competition with kick off at 7pm.
Rising star Adnan Januzaj and £31m defender Luke Shaw are both eligible for United’s Under 21 team.
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