Marcus Rashford will face the music this morning as he prepares for crisis talks over '12-hour tequila bender in Belfast' - after Man Utd legends including David Beckham, Wayne Rooney and Rio Ferdinand rally round the star - soocer442
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Marcus Rashford will face the music this morning as he prepares for crisis talks over ’12-hour tequila bender in Belfast’ – after Man Utd legends including David Beckham, Wayne Rooney and Rio Ferdinand rally round the star

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This morning, while preparing for crisis talks over a “12-hour tequila bender in Belfast,” Manchester United stalwarts David Beckham, Wayne Rooney, and Rio Ferdinand

rally around the star. Marcus Rashford will be the subject of the music.It has been reported this morning that Manchester United legends David Beckham, Wayne Rooney, and Rio Ferdinand are coalescing around the star as Marcus Rashford prepares for crisis talks regarding his “12-hour tequila bender” in Belfast.Amid a meeting with manager Erik ten Hag and football director John Murtough on Monday, the England forward ‘acknowledged accountability’ for his conduct.The Sun reports that Rooney was reportedly “ecstatic” to contact his former teammate following Rashford’s request for his intervention from “people around” him.

 

Rashford has been criticized for missing training on Friday after two evenings out in Belfast over the past week.

 

Rashford, 26, informed United that he was feeling ill, but his teammates were indignant when it came to light that he had been at a nightclub until 3 a.m.

 

It is believed that he could be subject to a £650,000 fine for allegedly partying until 2 a.m. in his hotel room while fully clad and passed out.

 

Staff at Manchester United were reportedly unsurprised by Rashford’s most recent incident, as they had been concerned about his nightlife as early as 2021, as reported by the Sun.Manchester United subsequently released a statement on Monday stating that Marcus Rashford had “assumed responsibility.” However, fans and commentators have criticized the player for his behavior.

 

The Red Devils reportedly dreaded for Rashford’s safety after observing him partake in “rowdy house parties” and “boozy” evenings.

 

It is reported that former Manchester United star Wayne Rooney contacted Marcus Rashford to offer him advice, having previously discussed Rashford’s early-career drinking habit.

 

Meanwhile, additional club luminaries, such as Rio Ferdinand and David Beckham, offered Rashford their counsel.

 

These players initiated communication subsequent to United staff developing concerns due to a “series of worrying allegations” regarding Rashford’s conduct.

 

Tuesday’s Mail Sport reported that the club was prepared to provide the player with counselling following his “12-hour tequila bender” in Belfast.Rashford’s significant decline in performance this season has generated apprehension, and former Premier League strikers Alan Shearer and Chris Sutton have voiced their concern regarding the revelations pertaining to the 12-hour tequila spree that transpired in Belfast.

 

His visit to the nightclub is the second occasion this season that he has caused Ten Hag distress.

 

The situation is being taken extremely seriously by United, which is committed to providing Rashford with physical and mental support during another period of adversity.

 

The club states that professional assistance is available to Rashford; however, it is his decision whether to embrace it.Reportedly, Rashford’s teammates were displeased to learn the true cause for his absence prior to United’s 4-2 FA Cup victory over Newport County due to his antics.

 

“He informed the players that he was too ill to train, but it later came to light that he had been to the nightclub.” “Given the club’s current situation, they could not believe he would do that,” according to a source.

 

Monday night, the club issued the following statement: “Marcus has accepted accountability for his conduct.” This issue has been resolved internally through disciplinary action, and the matter is now closed. Sources for Manchester United declined to comment on whether Ten Hag, who has the authority to sanction the player two weeks’ wages or approximately £630,000, has penalized Marcus Rashford.

 

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