Giggs hails Cleverley progress
Manchester United veteran Ryan Giggs believes his club-mate Tom Cleverley has a bright future in the game ahead of him.
The 23-year-old playmaker enjoyed a fine performance in England's 5-0 victory over Moldova in their first World Cup qualifier on Friday night, receiving plaudits from manager Roy Hodgson. Having come on leaps and bounds in the past year at Old Trafford in the Premier League, Cleverley is starting to get the recognition for being one of the most promising English talents around and Giggs believes the youngster will go far at United, who can be backed using your free bet. He told Sky Sports: "He is a really good player. He had a really good start last season and then got injured and it was a bit of a stuttering season. "But, this year, I was with him at the Olympics and he was brilliant and he has started the season on fire. "Hopefully he can go through the season injury-free and I am sure he will play lots of games for United and England."