The view from England

Jack of all trades, master of none

March 22, 2012
By Norman Hubbard
(Archive)
Perhaps it was the precocious ease with which the teenager adapted to new positions, perhaps the nerveless relish for the major occasion that suggested he was born to star on the big stage, perhaps it was the physical power as he surged past opponent after opponent. Perhaps it was simply the bulging thighs.

When Sir Bobby Charlton compared Phil Jones to Duncan Edwards, people listened. As arguably Manchester United's greatest player and a sober judge rarely carried away on tides of hype, ...

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