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Ethan Laird

Biography

A local lad who has been with the club since a very young age and has worked his way through the ranks.

Laird is a full-back with plenty of pace, who has shown his defensive qualities in the younger age groups. His excellent acceleration enables him to link up with the attack to good effect, and he showed his ability to get forward with a goal in the friendly win over MSK Zilina in 2016. The 2017/18 term marked his breakthrough as a first-year scholar as he quickly made a real impact. Capped by England Under-17s, he shows great determination to get forward and scored in the final game of the division against Liverpool. He also operated in the centre of defence towards the end of the campaign Despite being the youngest player in United's academy intake for 2017, he ended up with 19 appearances to his name and also gained further experience in the Under-23s and UEFA Youth League.

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  • Position

    Defender

  • Country

    England

  • Date of birth

  • Joined

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Ethan Laird in action for England Under-17s

Young Reds feature as England win final Article

A trio of United youngsters were involved as the Three Lions won an Under-18 tournament in France.

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Young Reds on form for England Article

Two United youngsters were on target for their national teams in midweek.

Ethan Laird.
Ethan Laird says

"You have to be at United to improve and have a goal, which is to play in the first team."

Ethan Laird in discussion with MUTV.

Laird is chasing his dream Article

As the Under-18s prepare to face Middlesbrough today, Ethan Laird tells us about his hunger to succeed at United.

United's youngsters at the 2017 training camp in Austria.

Youngsters set for Austria trip Article

United are embarking on a training camp in Obertraun for a second successive pre-season.

Ethan Laird celebrates

U18s: Liverpool 2 United 1 Article

The league winners are undone on the break by the 10-man Merseysiders.

James Garner celebrates scoring against Blackburn.

Why United's Under-18s deserve to be champions Article

Youth expert Adam Marshall argues why Kieran McKenna's exciting youngsters deserve domestic glory this season.

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