I haven't seen the improvement personally. If you mean taking balls that he's unchallenged for then fair enough, but that's basic stuff that any premier league keeper should do.
I've said it before but I don't think that his problem is down to age/experience, his judgement seems okay, but he just doesn't have the physical presence to get through crowds. Is that likely to change? That's the first thing that I would have been trying to help him develop if I was at United as a fitness coach. If he remains that slender then he's going to struggle, meanwhile you have to consider whether an increase in mass would effect his agility. It's not that simple a problem to fix.
The goals that he has been responsible for (at least partly) are the ones where he parries the ball straight back out and the others where he fails to intercept/deal with crosses. I can accept that he's a fantastic shot stopper but his handling lets him down at times, as does his positioning. There probably isn't a keeper with better reflexes in the league but unfortunately for him it's not all about that.
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I think he needs to be given that opportunity.
Alexhumpf - it wasn't meant as a wind up at all. I read in the past couple of days that Wenger turned down the option of a young promising keeper as he didn't want to undermine Scez. Good man management
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Arsenal turned down swap Mannone-Stekelenburg cause expressively Wenger didn't want such a competitor for Szczesny, according to Sky Italy
I thought it was someone shitter than Stekelenburg tbf...
That's simply not true - especially for a goalkeeper. In recent years, Darren Fletcher, Johnny Evans, Danny Welbeck, Ronaldo and Nani all needed a few years to grow and develop. The only, ONLY, way to do that with a keeper is to give him the necessary time and games. The United defence has been really poor this season - De Gea has had to make far more saves than a Utd keeper usually would. He's performed admirably, and his age cannot be discounted.
None of those players had issues with the pressure of playing for a big club they were just developing as players.
I don't know if De Gea can handle the pressure or not, I don't watch United enough or give a fuck either, I was just saying that players can either take it or they can't.