Manchester United Rashford is proof that Man Utd’s youth team set-up better than Chelsea’s – Nicky Butt Chris Burton Last updated 2 years ago 22:20 10/19/17 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(5) Getty Images Manchester United Chelsea Premier League Marcus Rashford The Blues may have dominated the youth scene in English football of late, but the Red Devils have brought talent through into their first-team Marcus Rashford’s emergence at Manchester United is proof that the club’s academy system is more profitable than Chelsea’s, says Nicky Butt.The Blues have dominated the youth scene in recent years, collecting four successive FA Youth Cup triumphs and six victories over an eight-year period.Rashford 11/10 to score v Huddersfield Article continues below Editors’ Picks Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing Megan Rapinoe: Born & brilliant in the U.S.A. A Liverpool legend in the making: Behind Virgil van Dijk’s remarkable rise to world’s best player There has, however, been little progress at Stamford Bridge for those to have formed part of those trophy wins, with the production line of talent often halted once it reaches senior level.In contrast, United are still trying to promote from within, as they did so successfully with the Class of ‘92, with Rashford the most successful of the recent graduates.Butt, who is now in charge of the Old Trafford academy, believes positive progress is being made, with the Red Devils having bested Chelsea despite suffering a humbling 5-1 defeat to the Blues back in 2015-16.He told ESPN FC: “We won the FA Youth Cup [in 1992] and got players into the first-team.”If that happens, you get a pat on the back from the board and the owners because it’s brilliant.”But my job is to get players to the first-team and the best example I can give is that, a couple of years ago, we were given an absolute doing by Chelsea in the FA Youth Cup. I was sat in the stand, I wasn’t in my current role at the time, but I was still cringing.”But fast-forward two years and we have Marcus playing over 50 first-team games last season – more than anyone else in the squad – and playing for England.”With all due respect, Chelsea haven’t produced one of their players for the first-team, and the end-game for me is to get players into the first-team.”That argument is supported by the fact that products of United’s academy saw more Premier League minutes in 2016-17 than any other club, with the Red Devils working hard to bring through players of that calibre even if they end up turning out for domestic rivals.Butt added: “The hard thing now is the immediacy in football.”Owners come in, spend millions and millions on players, contracts and managers and they want immediate success. But football doesn’t work that way and Academy football doesn’t work that way. You don’t get instant success, you get it over a period of time because you have to give young players the chance to grow and get used to that life.”We do things the Manchester United way because we think we are pioneers in what we do. We move forward, we don’t stand still. We have coaches and people at the club who don’t suck up to kids. Instead, they help them learn how to do things in life.”We do lots of things ourselves that are not put onto us by the Premier League or any governing body. We do what’s right for our players and the Manchester United way is what we do because we know it is right.”It’s not just about the players who come through our ranks and become potential world stars like Marcus Rashford, but players who don’t quite make it here have unbelievable careers elsewhere.”There are so many of our players playing professional football elsewhere now and I don’t think any club in the world can match the numbers.”Of United’s current squad, Jesse Lingard, Axel Tuanzebe, Scott McTominay and Joel Pereira sit alongside fellow academy graduate Rashford, while Cameron Borthwick-Jackson, Sam Johnstone, Timothy Fosu-Mensah and Andreas Pereira are taking in loan spells elsewhere, Paul Pogba has returned and the likes of Angel Gomes are pushing hard for more senior minutes with their performances at youth level.
.The High Court on Wednesday asked the government to take necessary steps in 48 hours to stop the use of hydraulic horns in the capital city of Dhaka to prevent sound pollution.The court also asked the government to confiscate the instruments in the market used for hydraulic horns in the next seven days and asked the authorities to seize the vehicles after 27 August if they use hydraulic horns defying the order.The HC bench of justice Quazi Reza-ul Hoque and justice Mohammadullah passed the order in response to a writ petition filed by advocate Monjil Morshed on behalf of rights body Human Rights and Peace for Bangladesh.The bench also asked the government to file the progress report in two weeks.The writ petition said any machine causing sound pollution cannot be operated as per the Motors Vehicles Ordinance, but violating the act, it mentioned, different vehicles are using hydraulic horns.
These are the times when photographs are digital and they are saved in the latest gadgets and written works are coming in an e-book format. Film-maker and actor Aparna Sen released a book on photography titled ‘IMAGES’ and politician Jaya Jaitly released a book on contemporary art titled ‘VOICES’ at the India Habitat Centre on Monday.Edited by art historian and curator Dr Alka Pande, the books produced under the aegis of India Habitat Centre were released to also celebrate the completion of 15 years of the Visual Arts Gallery, which has showcased and promoted some of the most seminal exhibitions over the last fifteen years. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’The book ‘IMAGES’ features seven seminal essays on the evolution, growth and importance of the art of photography by names like Bandeep Singh, Robert Pledge, Nathalie Herschdorfer and Ashim Ghosh apart from featuring works of eleven photographers who have been past winners of the annual Habitat Photography award since 2003.The book ‘VOICES’ features twenty decisive essays on the Indian and world contemporary art by influential names like Nissar Allana, Jaya Jaitly, Alka Pande, Jonathan Faiers, Raj Liberhan, Diana Campbell Betancourt, Peter Nagy among others apart from featuring the top twenty exhibitions at Visual Arts Gallery over the last 15 years. Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixAfter the book release, eminent photographer Bandeep Singh read out excerpts from IMAGES which was followed by a book reading from his book NO COUNTRY by author Kalyan Ray. Young photographers who have been the past winners of India Habitat Centre Photography Fellowship were then awarded by Raj Liberhan, former director, IHC.Rakesh Kacker (Director, India Habitat Centre), Alka Pande (curator), Dr Linus Von Castelmur (Ambassador of Switzerland to India and Bhutan), Aparna Sen (filmmaker and actor), Jaya Jaitly (politician), Kalyan Ray (author), Bandeep Singh (photographer), Aditya Arya (photographer), Sandeep Biswas (artist), Avinash Pasricha (photographer) with wife Kiran, Madhu Jain (columnist), Humra Querishi (columnist), Harinder Singh with wife Kirandeep Kaur (art patron) among others were present on the occasion.