Wigan’s Reece James to realise dream against Manchester United in FA Cup

28 January 2017 10:30
The Wigan left-back was let go by United after two senior appearances and is keen to fulfil his ambition of playing at Old TraffordThe FA Cup is all about making dreams come true and Wigan Athletic’s Reece James is hoping exactly that happens on Sunday afternoon at Manchester United. After 12 months on the sidelines with an ankle injury the left-back is ready to return and Warren Joyce has promised he will try to involve him at some point, though for James the end of a long wait would be only part of the story. The dream coming true bit would apply to stepping out in front of a full house at Old Trafford, something James never managed to achieve in his three-year spell at United.“The only time I ever played there was for the under-21s in a pre-season match against Valencia,” James says. “If I can get on, in a real game with a proper crowd, it will be an aim achieved, something I have always wanted to do.” Related: Manchester United v Wigan Athletic: FA Cup fourth round match preview Related: José Mourinho says Anthony Martial will keep place if he is ‘magnificent’ Continue reading. . read full article

Source: TheGuardian