Manchester United player included on football blacklist

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Manchester United forward, Marcus Rashford’s meteoric rise to gobal stardom continues, as the player has been included on the Football Blacklist, for his efforts to help the poor across the UK, according to Sky Sports.

The Football Blacklist was created in 2008, to celebrate footballers of black origin, who have worked to bring about positive change in the society.

Apart from Rashford, Aston Villa defender, Tryone Mings Watford captain, Troy Deeney, have also been included on the list for their efforts to challenge racism.

Wilfred Zaha of Crystal Palace is also included on the Football Blacklist, after showing support to nurses during the coronavirus pandemic.