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Marcus Rashford’s brother sends Gary Neville a message following “clickbait” comments



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Gary Neville has been sent a message by Marcus Rashford’s brother after he claimed the winger was “not right” at Manchester United.

Gary Neville recently explained on his Stick to Football podcast that something is not right with Manchester United‘s Marcus Rashford following his poor form at Old Trafford this season.

Rashford has been somewhat in the shadow of his former self under Erik ten Hag. After scoring 30 goals last campaign, his performances have taken a dive during what has been a disappointing overall season for the club.

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“Marcus Rashford, I don’t know how to say this, but to me, there’s something not right,” Neville said in the podcast, which was released on Thursday morning.

“He’s not right, and it’s not just a case of him not playing well, he doesn’t look happy. I’m looking at him and thinking, I am worried about him.

“We know there’s been a couple of instances this season, he’s come under pressure and his form has been bad, but I look at him and think that’s not right. It’s not a lad that’s grown up with the freedom and spirit of playing for Manchester United as a kid.”

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However, Rashford’s brother, Dwayne Maynard, has now responded to Neville’s comments, claiming that if he was genuinely concerned, he should reach out instead of talking to the media.

“I completely understand podcasts and how they work but if you have genuine concerns, pick up the phone,” Maynard said on Instagram.

“We know each other or have crossed paths. Airing so called concerns for the public to have an opinion is bad mind and for clickbait in my eyes.

“The fun fact is that most of these shows or ex pros have asked for exclusives.”

Marcus Rashford is on the bench for United against Chelsea on Thursday evening. He has formed a trio with Alejandro Garnacho and Rasmus Højlund in United’s attack over the course of 2024 so far, but Antony starts ahead of him for the tie.