Marcus rashford distills Manchester United through all the pores of your skin. The young forward, star of the team, entered the club as a child and rose like a flash to consolidate himself in the first team, being one of the world’s greatest talents.
But not only because of football he stands out. His charity works, helping thousands of families in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic, have earned him the Football Writers Association Award In England. An award that received from the hands of none other than Sir Alex Ferguson, emblem of the ‘red devils’ and inspiration for Rashford.
“It was an incredible experience for me to talk to him and my only regret of my career is that I never had the opportunity to play for him.. It’s something that will probably never happen anymore, but being on the phone with him and having a 10-15 minute conversation was incredible and I am pleased that he was aware of the situation and that he also wanted to help, ”he exclaimed. Rashford.
Ferguson, who in his day also won the award, had good words for the forward, explaining that “I have known him since he was a 7-year-old boy and I have seen him develop in the ranks of Manchester United until he became a person wonderful. Aside from his footballing life, what he has accomplished in recent months is quite amazing, as he has helped other people in need is an impressive achievement. I would like to congratulate him on that ”.
Their relationship goes over. In fact, Ferguson has always been a supporter of Rashford, as the footballer himself reveals. “Always, from the beginning, Ferguson has supported me with what I do. When other people told me not to do it or just focus on football, he said that if I believed that was the right thing to do, I had to do it. ”