Jamie Carragher Sends Kind Messages to Marcus Rashford Amid Recent Struggles

“Performances have been abysmal,” Jamie Carragher wrote in his column for The Telegraph about Man United.

“If United play as they have been against the best teams in England and Europe, it will be a repeat of the games against Liverpool and City earlier this season, when they were outclassed. A lot of the players look like they have completely switched off, biding their time to see who the next manager will be.

“Those who you would have imagined to embrace a high energy game – such as Marcus Rashford and Mason Greenwood – are doing nowhere near enough. They are young lads who should be leaving everything on the pitch, vibrant with the ball and relentless in their running off it.”

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“Instead, I am getting fed up with the excuses made on Rashford’s behalf by his PR team, especially, spinning a version of events to get sympathy. How about just playing better instead?

“This criticism is deserved because when you look at the talent available in the United squad, they should be playing a more entertaining and energetic brand of football.”

Recently, reports have emerged about Marcus Rashord’s psychological struggles after his shootout miss in England’s Euro 2020 final defeat.

Whatever is happening to the 24-year-old, it’s not working out for him in the pitch. The forward has scored just three goals in 15 games across all competitions, with his most recent performances especially frustrating.

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