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(Video) “He’s lost the eye of the tiger” – Keane discusses Rashford’s struggles at United

Marcus Rashford was overlooked again by Ralf Rangnick tonight.

Although we have cited reports that claim Erik ten Hag will hand Rashford a lifeline at United next season, there is no denying that the academy graduate would’ve wanted to have played in the last home game of the season.

Roy Keane has been discussing Rashford’s struggles on Monday Night Football and he claimed he has lost the eye of the tiger.

“I think he’s lost the eye of the tiger,” Keane said, as per Sky Sports.

Footage courtesy of Sky Sports 

As someone previously seen as a star player at United, he has fallen some distance over the course of one season after recovering from a serious injury. It’s pretty harsh if you ask me.

I think a lot of people should look at his development down the years, if he was nurtured the right way and whether previous managers were right to play him regardless of injuries.

I’m not trying to make excuses for Rashford because he has been poor this season. I just hope that the Erik ten Hag can tackle it as a confident issue and helps the England international to get back to his best form.

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One response to “(Video) “He’s lost the eye of the tiger” – Keane discusses Rashford’s struggles at United”

  1. Dixon says:

    The problem I have here is that it hasn’t just been this season.

    People were excusing Rashford for the last 5 months of last season Due to injuries and whilst that may have been the case. His performances were still dreadful.

    Now it’s because he’s been recovering from surgery etc.

    I agree Rashford has been badly managed by all managers particularly ole but at the end of the day the guy is nowhere near good enough if united are to get close to city/Liverpool

    He also seems to have a terrible attitude. As the Chelsea game showed. Elanga at least tried to keep Reese under wraps. Rashford doesn’t care. United should get rid of an offer comes in. But I highly doubt a top club would look at his performances and think he could do a job.