Rashford: 'We need to find that willingness and respond the right way'
- United stars apologise on social media for a poor season.
- Rashford seeks willingness to respond.
- Lingard, Dalot, Lindelof have also written their messages.
Marcus Rashford stopped scoring in March and with his form muted, United embarked on a run of abysmal results.
As an Academy boy, Rashford understands how it hurts when things don't go right for the club. He's come to Twitter to apologise:
One by one, United players are breaking the social media silence to show their concern with the last season. Jesse Lingard feels sorry as United are planning a rebuild job.
Diogo Dalot and Victor Lindelof have apologised to the fans, either. Admittedly, these two can be satisfied with their effort.
Rashford only managed 13 goals and 9 assists last season. This is a carbon copy of his numbers in 2017-18 only this time it took him much more time (3.291 minutes in 18-19 against 2.676 in 17-18).