Rashford had been spotted in a Belfast nightclub and didn’t show up for training the next day, saying he was unwell. Ten Hag has now said that he considers the issue resolved after having a chat with Rashford and his team. On the topic of player responsibilities, the United boss stated: “The players at this level need to manage themselves.
That is what you can demand from the player. The player has to know what is good and not good. When you want to play top football, it demands a certain way of life.
Always.” This isn’t the first time Rashford has upset his manager this season. He went out to a nightclub to celebrate his birthday earlier this season after a 3-0 defeat in the Manchester derby just hours before.
Ten Hag labelled his actions as “unacceptable”. Is Marcus Rashford back to his best for Manchester United? His on-pitch attitude has been questioned, with his form fluctuating throughout his career.
Gary Neville expressed his worries about Rashford’s behaviour on the Stick to Football podcast: “I’m a little bit worried [about Marcus Rashford]. You can cancel the membership anytime. Boost auto-renews after your 7 day free trial at £6 a month, unless cancelled.
New Boost members only. Now only £22 extra a month for 18 months Requires Sky Q & Sky TV. It’s one of those two things, and I don’t think it’s that [the latter], but he’s getting a lot of attention.”