“Why don’t you just leave Man Utd?”… The words of a fan that enraged Rashford

The fan’s comments that angered Rashford have been released.

“The words shouted by a Manchester United fan at Marcus Rashford ahead of the match between Manchester United and Newcastle United have been released,” British media outlet Sports Bible reported on Sunday (KST).

Manchester United won 3-2 against Newcastle United in the 37th round of the 2023/24 English Premier League (EPL) season in Manchester, England, on Sept. 16 (ET). Ahead of the match, Rashford returned to the United squad for the first time since the FA Cup semifinal against Coventry City late last month.

Rashford was joined by Ahmad Diallo. Bruno Fernandes, and Alejandro Garnacho in the attacking third. Prior to the game, Rashford was seen arguing with a United supporter while the teams were warming up.

Rashford walked over to the fan who was verbally abusing him and had to be restrained by Anthony to prevent the situation from escalating. Video footage of the incident has surfaced from multiple angles, and now the words the fan shouted at Rashford have been revealed.

According to the Daily Mirror, the fan said, “Why don’t you just leave here?” in response to recent reports about Rashford’s future. Other fans in the area then encouraged Rashford by saying, “Rashford, don’t listen to what he’s saying.

Rashford was eventually taken off the field by teammate Christian Eriksen. Rashford was substituted in the 38th minute of the second half in place of Maine in this game.

Meanwhile, Rashford had scored 17 Premier League goals last season but only seven in the league this season, and United’s offense was dead without him as the 스포츠토토 centerpiece of their attack. This wasn’t Rashford’s first instance of online abuse, as he had already received plenty of it.

Rashford told ‘TPT’: “I’m not a perfect person. If I make a mistake, I’ll be the first to put my hand up and say I need to do better, but if someone is questioning my commitment to Man United, then that’s when I have to step up,” he said.

He added: “It’s like someone is questioning my whole identity and everything I am as a man. I grew up here. I’ve been playing for this club since I was a kid. When I was younger, my family turned down life-changing money so that I could wear this badge,” he added.