He already has it, he just needs to rediscover it. When you have sight of goal like he did a couple of times tonight you need to bang it and test the keeper. It wouldnt surprise me if he got this message relayed to him on the pitch tonight which resulted in the winner.He just needs to develop his killer instinct, this comes with confidence and belief, it takes time but I'm sure he will get there; and when he does he will be ace.
Just seems like a bit of mental block; nothing insurmountable, a bit of mentoring and he'll be alright because he's easily young enough.He already has it, he just needs to rediscover it. When you have sight of goal like he did a couple of times tonight you need to bang it and test the keeper. It wouldnt surprise me if he got this message relayed to him on the pitch tonight which resulted in the winner.
It needs keeping an eye on that he doesn't get carried away with it.Has anyone considered how much of a distraction his humanitarian efforts are off the pitch. Its a noble cause he is fighting but he's a better politician at the moment than he is a footballer.
An interesting question; I would change the 'your kids' to 'the kids', to see if we could get the oppo fans joining in. The would send a real message.I wonder how crowds would be reacting to what he’s been doing? I’m sure our away fans would take some pride in singing “Marcus Rashford.... he’s feeding your kids!” at opponent fans.
An interesting question; I would change the 'your kids' to 'the kids', to see if we could get the oppo fans joining in. The would send a real message.
Premier League: Manchester United 0-1 Arsenal - 1st November 2020
Words fail me
Problem is modern day United fans expectations have been lowered and we glorify mediocrity... Won't be long till we have open bus parade for top 4 finish a la Arsenal.... Bryan Robson played in an unachieving United side in the mid 80s yet he regularly ran through brick walls for the club and his body got broke for the cause... This lot are a joke pure and simple
I think in general we all like Marcus and believe he is a good player. Is he as good as some say he is? probably not. He is another one who we cannot decide his best position. We have these issues all over the pitch, good players but not the best in their position.
To be fair I was asked specifically why I wasn't happy with his performance rather than singling him out.... Don't get me wrong though I'm not comparing this lot with the glory days as I did highlight the 80s specifically.You say modern day Utd fans accepting mediocrity but the modern fan is judging every player against the greats of the Fergie era. We can all hard on back to glory days of the 90's and 00's or the not so glory days on the 80's where Robson carried us but it's not going to get us anywhere.
The difference between then and now is we were a club starved of success for a long time, we appointed a young hungry manager, we had a board willing to back that manager allowing him to spend big on some of the best talent from within the English league. He didn't care who he upset along the way doing it.
I don't expect Utd to win the league every year but I expect them to challenge for it every single season there's absolutely no excuse for this club not challenging for titles even with our pathetic owners the money has still been there, the facilities are still there, the fans are still there.
Keane obviously watched Rashford in the flesh yesterday we can only see what's picked up on camera but the standard of the passing first half I'm sure he was getting frustrated, the ref not clamping down on the fouling on him every time he got the ball won't have helped either but he kept going and was the only player who really looked like getting us anything in the game. That's why I find it odd that he was singled out when there were plenty of other targets on the day.
Is Ole doing a Fergie when it comes to protecting United players from meaningless England friendlies over important United games?