Manchester United’s Marcus Rashford talks about the team’s reaction to Rangnick’s ‘broken dressing room.’
MARCUS RASHFORD has shot down claims that Manchester United’s players are finding it difficult to warm up to interim manager Ralf Rangnick.
Marcus Rashford has dismissed claims that the Manchester United dressing room is finding it difficult to warm up to interim manager Ralf Rangnick, stating that he hopes to improve his game under the German and his coaching staff.
The England international, who has had arguably his most difficult season to date, has made a habit of apologizing to fans on social media for the team’s lackluster performances this season.
Rashford, on the other hand, has stayed away from Twitter and Instagram in recent weeks.
The 24-year-old has only scored two goals in 11 Premier League appearances this season.
Despite the forward’s struggles in front of goal, Rangnick has continued to use him.
There have been reports of unrest in the United dressing room this week, with 17 players said to be considering their futures at Old Trafford.
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Rashford has responded to the claims, claiming that the players are perplexed by suggestions that they are having trouble adapting to Rangnick’s methods.
“I read somewhere that I’d been quiet on here,” Rashford said, “but what can I say that will make this better other than showing you all on the pitch?”
“We’ve all been disappointed with recent performances, as well as the news coverage questioning our commitment to not only the manager and coaching staff, but the club as a whole.”
“I have a great deal of respect for both of them, and I’m looking forward to improving my game under the guidance of Manchester United’s coaching staff.”
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“I’m not sulking, I’m not unhappy, but I am disappointed in some of my recent performances.”
“My harshest critic is myself.”
I’ve had a difficult start, but I’m determined to prove myself.
“My commitment and desire to be here should never have been in doubt.”
“This is my favorite club.”
Rangnick has since defended his position, urging United’s disgruntled players to concentrate on helping the team achieve the results necessary to turn their season around.
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