Rashford underlines Reds' togetherness

Tuesday 15 November 2022 15:00

Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford is the latest player to feature in our TeamViewer Diaries series.

Our no.10, who is flying out to Qatar as part of the England squad for the World Cup today, entered our diary room recently to look back on the first part of the club season, ahead of the winter tournament. 

Marcus and co have been adapting to life in a fresh era under new manager Erik ten Hag over recent months, and in our sit-down catch-up, Rashford gives an insight how the players are continuing to grow under the Dutchman. 

Our top goalscorer so far this term also shares his advice for the club’s youngsters and spoke in detail about the spirit and togetherness that is continuing to develop in this United group.
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“I just think everyone’s willing to fight for the person next to them and that’s how it has to be,” Rashford explains in the new TeamViewer Diaries episode, which you can watch in full above.

“If someone makes a mistake, you have to be there to cover. And the person that has made the mistake has to try his best to make up for it. 

“That’s how you work, you work as a team and a collective.”
Marcus believes the momentum gained from some all-round, connected efforts in big matches this season has been a key factor in building that camaraderie. 

“We’ve had some top performances and managed to build some momentum,” said the striker.

“It’s good to have that team spirit, we’ve had some really tough games as well. 

“Even coming back and getting a draw against Chelsea, they scored late on and we managed to get something out of the game rather than nothing. 

“I think moments like that, they’re massive and it can do massive things for you, not only now, but throughout the season.”

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The connected culture is something that his manager has been keen to emphasise the importance of.

Marcus also goes on to detail Erik’s early influence on the team, saying: “He’s had a big impact, with a lot of changes. It takes some time to adapt for him and the players as well. 

“But so far, it’s been good. We’re enjoying working under him and we’re just looking forward to what the future holds. 

“Sometimes, it can take time. But the longer we’ve been working together, the more that we’ve understood what he wants from us on the pitch. 

“It just takes time on the training ground, and we have to keep working hard.”