Marcus Rashford regrets only one thing so far in his professional football career: the loss of the opportunity to play under the orders of Manchester United legend Sir Alex Ferguson.
Ferguson spent nearly 30 years at the helm of the team from Old Trafford from 1986 to 2013, overseeing a golden era that coincided with the start of the Premier League era.
United won the trophy a full 13 times during his time and also triumphed in the Champions League on two occasions; both trophies have since remained elusive for the club since Ferguson stepped down at the end of the 2012-13 season.
Rashford made his first-team debut two years after Ferguson retired and admits he has the pledge he failed to work with him.
“For me, listening to Ferguson was an incredible experience and I think it’s probably the only hostage I’ve ever had in my career, never having the chance to play under Sir Alex,” Rashford initially said.
“It’s something that probably will never happen now, but being on the phone with him and just having a 10 or 15 minute conversation with him was amazing and I’m glad he was aware of the situation and he wanted to help. also, so it was great ”.
“He has always really supported me from the beginning with what I am doing.”
“Maybe when other people in sports were telling me not to do it and just focus on football, he said if I believed in that, and I believe it is the right thing to do, then he is behind it.”
“These words from him are an amazing feeling to hear,” concluded the English Red Devils striker. / Telegraphy /