Marcus Rashford discusses his work to support the Manchester community and provides an update on Man Utd’s preparations.

Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford has opened up about the work he has done to help those in need during the lockdown, while also revealing he believes the Red Devils are now in 2019. After restarts are ‘more robust’ in place. /20 campaign fast approach.

At just 22, Rashford’s work during the coronavirus pandemic has been exceptional, earning him a special award from the High Sheriff of Greater Manchester.

Rashford has raised more than £20 million to help provide free school meals to nearly three million children, while also trying to tackle homelessness. Additionally, the England international has also learned sign language to help judge a poetry competition at a school for the deaf.

What Marcus Rashford achieved and did during the lockdown is nothing short of incredible.

Raising huge amounts of money to feed children, trying to help the homeless and many other things – all while recovering from a serious injury.

A special player and person.

— Adam (@aladay99) June 5, 2020

Amid the enforced lockdown, he is a breath of fresh air. Speaking about his hard work now, Rashford explains that as a result of the support and help he received from his local community when he was younger, he was keen to give back when he was in a position to do so. .

In an interview with Street News, Rashford explained: “I mean the answer to the question is very simple. Without the community you’re talking about, there wouldn’t be Marcus Rashford at Manchester United.

“We struggled growing up, we didn’t have a car to get me to football and people didn’t have to help, but they did. Neighbors offered to take me to training when my mum had to work, they didn’t have to. I used to get on the bus from the city center and think to myself that one day I would be in a position to help and do it. It has stuck with me.

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“With the FareShare project, I reacted to a problem that urgently needed to be solved. Ten years ago, I would have been one of those kids wondering where my next meal was coming from. I was lucky enough to have dinner when I got home, but a lot of kids don’t get that.

The Man Utd number ten spoke on the squad’s preparations ahead of the restart of the Premier League season. Rashford has not featured for the Red Devils since January after suffering a back injury, but is now fully fit and keen to ‘push on’.

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“I think we’re in a much stronger position coming out of this lockdown than we were going into it. I think we just need to take each game as it comes and push ourselves a lot. “We are working hard in training, as a team players are coming back from injury, etc,” Rashford added.

“For me personally I felt I was having the best season to date before the injury so now I’m fully fit and I’m determined to keep going.”

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