Marcus Rashford’s representatives, DN May Sports Management, have responded to criticisms that trailed the 22 year old’s performance against West Ham United.
The Manchester United forward was below his usual best for most of the match, despite starting brightly, and many took him to slaughter, after the match.
Reacting to the criticisms recently, DN May Sports Management defended their client, and reminded everyone he only just came back from an awful injury weeks ago.
“Lots said about the fitness of Marcus yesterday what’s incredible is that I am sure the boy is building himself back up to fitness from a potentially career-ending injury,” they tweeted on Thursday.
“United is a team that win together and lose together.”
One of the people who notably slammed Rashford’s performance against West Ham was club legend, Patrice Evra, who told Sky Sports of the player’s display, “There have been some harsh words about Paul Pogba and the penalty incident but I’ve not seen any harsh words yet about Marcus Rashford. He had a really poor game today. But West Ham deserve a lot of credit.”
Meanwhile, Rashford has recently promised fans the team will give their all and try to win when we face Leicester City this Sunday.