Manchester United ace Marcus Rashford has been called out for his poor start to the season by Paul Robinson. The former England goalkeeper has also given his thoughts on what the Red Devils’ interim manager Ralf Rangnick must do to help the forward.
Rashford missed United’s first 10 games of the season after undergoing shoulder surgery in the summer.
The 24-year-old had been hampered by the problem in the second half of the last campaign.
The player returned to the United side as a substitute during their 4-2 Premier League defeat to Leicester City in mid-October.
He found the back of the net in that encounter and then scored again four days later when United beat Atalanta in the Champions League.
But he has only struck once in the nine games since and has failed to hit his top form.
“Perhaps Rangnick has given thought to that. Rashford looks to be the one that has been tasked to press further up with Ronaldo.”
Rashford has started his side’s last four Premier League games and will be hoping to be named in Rangnick’s line-up when the Red Devils travel to Norwich on Saturday.
United have moved up to sixth in the table after winning their last two matches.
The 13-times Premier League champions are now just three points off fourth-placed West Ham.
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The German manager watched his new side defeat Arsenal 3-2 at the beginning of the month before leading them to a 1-0 victory over Crystal Palace in his first game in charge last weekend.
And Rangnick will be hoping he can guide his side into the Champions League positions over the coming months.
The north west team have a mouthwatering run of games to look forward to over the festive period, as they prepare to face the Canaries, Brentford, Brighton, Newcastle and Burnley before the end of the year.