The only thing I disagreee with in your post is the singular career - I reckon he'l have more thna one great career.He always comes across as mature beyond his years. He'll have a great career if he wants to.
McTominay also has some of that same maturity. It's great to have young players come through with the right mindset and character to make the most of it.
What a powerful response! I'm sure he appreciates the compliments, but this is the precisely the emotion and action that Rashford is trying to illicit. I commend you sir. Personally, I haven't donated towards Fareshare myself. I donated towards things pertaining to BLM.Makes me want to donate to the training camp him, Welbeck and others have come from.
Aged 11, Rashford wrote his why on paper. His dream ... his goal ... his ambition. The guy has no plan B. I remember watching the U18s and Demetri Mitchell was the MVP. When he got injured, somebody needed to take that mantle, that responsibility, that onus in attack. Rashford stood up to the plate. Strikers like Will Keane and James Wilson were more prolific than Rashford, some if not most would say comfortably more talented. Rashford was put in a sink or swim situation when Rooney was injured, Will Keane pulled up against Shrewsbury, Martial pulled his hamstring in the warm up, meaning Rashford didn't know until the very last minute that he was going to be in the starting berth. He rose to the occasion. Put his name on the map. The guy is an opportunist. He was called upon again, this time against Arsenal. He did the business. Rashford has had three man of the match performances against Arsenal, Chelsea, and Man City. When Zlatan got injured last season, Rashford stepped up to the plate with game changing performances in the Quarter and Semi Final of the Europa League. This season, scored in the biggest game he's started, the Manchester Derby.