England youngster, Marcus Rashford has talked about life at Manchester United and his rise through the ranks to being the most important players in the squad.
Rashford has played every Premier League game for United this season and has scored nine goals in all competitions so far.
In a very short space of time, Marcus has grown from being a young player trying to succeed at a big club, to becoming one of the most important players in the team, and one who is now looked at as an inspiring figure for youngsters.
Speaking on this recently, his words, “It’s a massive privilege [to play for United],”
“For me, I’ve been at United for many years and the amount of friends I’ve seen come and go is huge, and it just makes you feel, as you say, privileged that you managed to get the opportunity.
“But once you get the opportunity, the hardest thing is staying there. So that’s the challenge.”
“It’s a huge feeling,”
“It’s always slightly different but you always get a tremendous rush of blood. It’s always something special. It’s hard to forget those moments.”
“The first couple of games that you play, it can be tough, when you go back home or when you go to the shop.
“A simple thing like going to the shop to buy something – it used to take you two or five minutes, but now it is like a 30-minute trip to go and get something.
“I just try to maintain a level head. You know, whether you win or you lose, if you try to keep the same sort of feeling and a level head, it tends to help you best.
“So I don’t like to get too down or too high.”
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