James McAtee | On loan at Sheffield United

i♥city

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Let's all meet back in 2020
2 your good health,
Come back when your fully grown,
Bernardo's spot could be
waiting down the road.

I never you that you liked Sheffield,
I never knew you'd ever go on loan
But when you're back, just make this place your own.
Que? Mucho que?
 

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We have a few who impressed on loan. However, they made few, if any appearances for us.
Bazunu, Jack Byrne, Jack Harrison, Enes Unal , Aaron Mooy all had good loan spells but for whatever reason were not deemed good enough for our squad.
Bazunu is typical. Raw but got great reviews.
Ederson very hard to shift from no.1 position so he took the Southampton offer

Enes Unal scored regularly in Holland and I was really disappointed not to see him getting a chance with our first team.
I was quite looking forward to Enes Unal myself, but I think it was work permit issues that stopped him getting a shot over here.
 

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Sometimes city say something with the youth, then do something else, I think James Mcatee is a great player much like the same mode as Phil Foden and city just had him in and around the first team to get him playing with better players in training than loan him out,

James Mcatee might feel unwanted by pep and man city and may question why Foden was kept in and around the first team and not him
I imagine the loan move was talked about when he signed his latest contract, I doubt the club has just suddenly had a change of heart
 

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Didn’t even get on the pitch Doyle to maybe with just moving there it’s to soon like Doyle just coming back from injury! Plenty of games though sure once he gets on he do great
 

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