Submitted by karim 1015d ago | news

De Gea silenced critics, says Bosnich

Former Manchester United keeper Mark Bosnich believes David de Gea 'proved everyone wrong' with his brilliant display against Real Madrid. (David de Gea, Manchester United, Real Madrid, UEFA Champions League)

-Mezzo-  +   1015d ago
Last Night, he did just that. He saved Definite Goals.
vulcanproject  +   1015d ago
His shot stopping ability is world class.

But he just needs to hit the weights harder and command his area, be more intimidating on crosses and claim them. Who can forget Van Der Sar and Schmeichel in particular raging at their defence and making that area their own?

Need to see more of this from De Gea: http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_S...

I think it will come in time. He is still young. He probably feels a bit of a kid playing with super experienced old stalwarts like Ferdinand and Vidic.

But even so he has to learn to boss them and his area better. I think he will as he gets older.
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shadowraiden  +   1015d ago
we brought Van Der Sar when he was coming towards the end of his peak years so of course he was going to command the area he had 20 years before then to learn.

Schmeichel was also very experienced when United brought him.

De Gea as he has more experience will be able to command his defence better.

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