Manchester United are going through a “difficult patch,” according to Marcus Rashford, but he insists that everyone at the club wants to turn things around. The forward spoke from Windsor Castle during an investiture ceremony for the MBE he received for his campaign to assist disadvantaged children. Rashford has scored in wins over Atalanta and Tottenham after returning from a shoulder injury that caused him to miss the start of the season, but they are rare victories for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s team in the last month.
Heavy losses to Liverpool and Manchester City have added to the Norwegian’s pressure, since he has yet to win a trophy in his nearly three years in command at Old Trafford.
Rashford said: “The Man United team is the Man United team and we all play for the badge and the club, something for me I’ve dreamed of since I was a kid.
“And for the players that we sign, they see Manchester United as the great club it is and they want to give everything they can for the badge. And those things remain the same whether you’re in good spells or bad spells.
“I know at the moment we’re in a difficult patch but the desire and ambition never changes.”
source : fourfourtwo