Manchester United star Marcus Rashford has been warned that his disciplinary issues could “jeopardise” his season by Paul Scholes after the forward was left out of Erik ten Hag’s starting line-up to face Wolves. The England man has been in fine form this season, and many would have assumed that he would be one of the first names on the team sheet but was dropped at Molineux
Ten Hag would not go into detail as to why he opted to drop Rashford, only explaining that it was an internal disciplinary issue. “Internal disciplinary,” he told BT Sport. “No [details]. Our rules. Now focus on the game. He is in very good form and no one can play all the games.”
United icon Scholes was worried about the latest development and warned Rashford not to de-rail his impressive campaign so far. “He’s jeopardising his own form a little bit being stupid or whatever he’s done is wrong and the manager has seen it to take him out the team,” Scholes said.
“But when he is on form, he’s looked so happy and if you look over the last 18 months, he’s looked miserable and hasn’t performed, could this jeopardise him going forward? He looks a bit miserable there [warming up] because he’s not playing but I hope it doesn’t jeopardise the next six months of the season.
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