Adu's two-week stint in England inconclusive

December 6, 2006
By Richard Jolly
Manchester United are no strangers to soccer's most talked-about teenagers. In the 1950s, it was Duncan Edwards and the Busby Babes. In the 1960s, it was George Best. Rewind 15 years and it was Ryan Giggs. Now, for two weeks at the end of November in 2006, it was Freddy Adu.

The D.C. United player began his two-week trial at United's Carrington training ground with the two brightest stars in the club's current firmament in mind. 'To go to one of the world's biggest clubs and get a chance ...

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