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Playmaker: Ravel Morrison’s “last chance” could make or break Sheffield United’s season

Playmaker: Ravel Morrison’s “last chance” could make or break Sheffield United’s season

If Ravel Morrison’s story in football has taught us anything, it’s that talent can only go so far if you don’t have the right attitude.

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The former Manchester United youth academy product was once claimed by Rio Ferdinand as the most talented player former Red Devils boss Sir Alex Ferguson saw during his time at the club (per JOE), but as we all know, the now 26-year-old midfielder never lived up to the promise he once possessed with the Premier League giants.

After spells across the world in countries such as Italy, Mexico and Sweden, Morrison returns to the Premier League for the 2019/20 season with Sheffield United (per BBC Sport), signing a one-year deal with the Blades as Chris Wilder aims to impress in his first season in charge in the top-flight, and for Ingood Nick of Two-Footed Talk in the video below, the signing of the former United youth player could be the playmaker’s last chance of achieving his once obvious potential.

Morrison is one of seven players to join Sheffield United this summer, with the Blades recently bringing back goalkeeper Dean Henderson from Manchester United on loan for a second season, while Ben Osborn has also been signed from Nottingham Forest for an undisclosed fee (per BBC Sport).

Sheffield United fans, will Morrison be a success at the club? Let us know!

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