He is 26 years old and he is still doing that? It shows that’s he doesn’t want to stay at the club anymore”-Roy Keane slams ‘idi-ot’ Marcus Rashford and reveals how his Man Utd dressing room would have treated him

Roy Keane believes that Marcus Rashford needs to take more responsibility for his actions following the United forward being dropped by Erik ten Hag for disciplinary reasons.Rashford reported sick for United training last Friday but it was later confirmed that the England international had been on a night out in Belfast the previous evening.This led to Rashford being dropped for United’s FA Cup clash against Newport however, he is expected to return for the club’s fixture with Wolves this evening.Keane believes Rashford is now a senior figure within the United squad and should be owning his mistakes.

“The penny has to drop for him. When we went into the dressing room, guys wouldn’t pat you on the back and saying, ‘Well done for missing training yesterday’,” Roy Keane said speaking on the Stick to Football podcast, brought to you by Sky Bet.

“You’re 26, you’re an experienced player in the dressing room. You must hold your hands up and say, ‘I have been an idiot’.”I came back late one time, I went to Nottingham to watch a reserve match, I’d only just come to Manchester United and came in four or five hours late. You’re talking about Marcus getting that protection – sometimes you are on your own,” Keane continued.

Rashford had an exceptional season last year, surpassing the 30-goal milestone and setting records for scoring in consecutive games at Old Trafford.However, this season, he has significantly underperformed and with the Euros coming up in the summer Rashford is far from guaranteed a spot in the squad considering the attacking talent England possesses.

“We talk about him, he’s a young lad, lots of pressure and he’s local, but it doesn’t look like he’s enjoying his football anymore,” Keane explained on the podcast.

“Football looks like it’s a chore to him, and it shouldn’t be. There’s pressure on everybody there, but he’s a big player for Manchester United. He’s shown before that he can produce.”

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