BREAKING NEWS: Manchester united legend have slammed Rashford for his inconsistency both on and of the pitch that’s why Rashford was dropped by Ten Hag for their crucial midweek clash against Chelsea, with Alejandro Garnacho getting the nod ahead of him.. This is what he said ” I was quite pleased with the performance in the Champions League,” Evra said ahead of the Chelsea game, “but against Newcastle it was unprofessional you can be a Manchester United player and be like this as a striker no it’s unacceptable, from what I see he’s tired of playing for the badge I think it’s time for him to leave the club”.

Following Manchester United's defeat at Newcastle, Patrice Evra ripped into Marcus Rashford, and the England player was rightfully benched for the match against Chelsea.


Marcus Rashford’s campaign has not been simple. The 26-year-old has had difficulty performing this season, much like the other Man Utd players. In all competitions this season, Rashford has only managed a pitiful two goals and four assists, despite his incredible play last season, which earned him a lucrative new contract.

The attacker was especially ineffective against Newcastle, as Man Utd lost 1-0 at St. James’ Park. The outcome increased the pressure on head coach Erik ten Hag to a whole new level. Rumour has it that the England player is not impressed with the Dutchman’s strategies and has given up.

Ten Hag benched Rashford for their pivotal midweek match against Chelsea, opting instead for Alejandro Garnacho in light of the Newcastle outcome. The legendary Manchester United player Patrice Evra was especially critical of Rashford’s performance against Newcastle.

What was said by Evra?

Before the Chelsea match, Evra stated, “I was pretty happy with the performance in the Champions League, but against Newcastle, it was unprofessional; players didn’t want to be on the pitch.” Rashford: “I recall that even at 39 years old, Giggsy [Ryan Giggs] wouldn’t give up like that.”

“Something is not right. I’m not sure if it has to do with communication. That’s the foundation of every successful team they manage. They [Man Utd] are not doing that at the moment.”

“The biggest difference is when you compare in terms of the running that [Miguel] Almiron and [Anthony] Gordon did,” Newcastle legend Alan Shearer said, echoing Evra’s remarks. Because of the pronounced attitude difference, you should anticipate a response from these players tonight [against Chelsea].”



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