Manchester United stars, especially Marcus Rashford, are always fond of taking to social media to send apology posts to the club's supporters after every poor result as if that would change anything.
Last season, we saw it on numerous occasions. Many of the players, led by Marcus Rashford would always take to twitter or instagram to send messages to the fans after every bad game, promising to do better only to turn up the next match and put on another atrocious display.
In my opinion, this is something that needs to stop going into the new season.
Earlier today, the Red Devils lost to Atletico Madrid in a preseason friendly and Marcus Rashford was quick to take to social media to send his trademark message to the fans.
"Thank you for the team support today in Norway. Obviously not the result we wanted but as a team we’ll keep fighting towards our goals," he tweeted
For me, Rashford should stop this because fans don't care about any more words. They've heard these same words through out last season and need to be seeing real effort from the United players in games.
Any apology to the fans should be done on the pitch, with brilliant performances and not by social media posts.
The season is yet to start and Rashford has started sending these posts. This is not good.
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