Man Utd FW says ‘small-minded’ in response to fans’ criticisms

Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford has spoken out about the criticism directed at him.

“Rashford has spoken out about the abuse he has received from fans,” Sports Bible reported on April 26 (ET).

Rashford has been in a serious slump this season. Last season, he scored 30 goals and provided 11 assists in 53 games, establishing himself as one of the best strikers in the English Premier League (PL). This season, he has just eight goals and five assists in 40 games.

It’s not just a matter of skill, but also attitude. In January, he was caught lying and going out for drinks. According to, Rashford was spotted at a club in Belfast after reporting to the club that he wasn”t feeling well.

At the time, United manager Eric ten Haag said, “Rashford has reported ill. The rest is an internal matter. I will deal with it.” In the end, Rashford was reportedly fined the equivalent of two weeks’ wages.

This isn’t the first time this has happened. After the 0-3 Manchester derby loss in October, Rashford was spotted partying at the club. “It’s unacceptable,” said Van Gaal at the time, “I spoke to Rashford and he acknowledged his wrongdoing and apologized.”

Ten Haag reportedly called Rashford into an informal meeting to hear his explanation in person. There were even reports that the relationship between the two had deteriorated to the point where they no longer spoke.

Fans are understandably unhappy. It’s unacceptable for a former youth player to poison the atmosphere at the top of the hat, even if he’s leading the team’s turnaround.

But recently, a fan wrote on social media, “The way Rashford is being treated is disgusting and cruel. It’s abuse.” This was in defense of 토토사이트 Rashford.

After sharing the post, Rashford responded, “Thank you for your support. It is abuse and has been for months. No more,” he wrote.

Meanwhile, in a recent interview, Rashford said, “I’m not a perfect person. If I make a mistake, I’ll be the first to put my hand up and say I need to do better. But if anyone is questioning my commitment to Manchester United, they need to speak up,” he said.

He added: “It’s like someone questioning my identity. I grew up here, I’ve played for this team since I was a kid. My family even gave up a lot of money so that I could wear the Man U emblem,” he said, demonstrating his loyalty to the team.


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