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Manchester United’s Marcus Rashford claims admitting high demands is key to succeeding at the club.
Currently, the 22-year-old striker has been on the spotlight since his debut at United in 2016, but through his career, he has endured criticism and in an interview with Inside United magazine, he admitted that the Red Devils’ values have helped him to overcome it:
“For me, at Manchester United, they develop you to a stage where you don’t necessarily feel the pressure,” he said.
“It’s more just something that you have to live up to. But because you’ve been there for so long, they try to instil it into you to try to live up to the expectations of Manchester United – which, of course, are very high. Naturally, if you do live up to the expectations, you don’t have to deal with any pressure. So that’s the way I think about it. For me, I’ve been at United for many years and the amount of friends I’ve seen come and go is huge, and it just makes you feel privileged that you managed to get the opportunity. But once you get the opportunity, the hardest thing is staying there. So that’s the challenge.”
Currently, Rashford is getting ready for England’s upcoming Euro 2020 qualifier with Montenegro that will take place on Thursday.
Source- Daily Mail