Marcus Rashford has blamed a lack of stability at Manchester United behind the club’s downfall since Sir Alex Ferguson retired in 2013.
Quoted by the MEN, Rashford told UNINTERRUPTED: “Man United, back in the day, they had been successful for many years before.
“So success was like, when you get it, once you get taste for it, and you learn how to make it more of a sure thing.
“Whereas now, since I have come into the team, it has been a transition period for the club.
“Finding stability has been difficult. That is why we have had so many ups and downs, but at the same time, it is a club that is rich in history.
“You’re just steadily trying to get that feeling back. But it is not going to happen overnight.”
The forward was then asked what changed since Sir Alex left and he replied: “It [situation] changed, but the morals… they [the club] have worked hard to keep the morals the same, and I don’t think they’ll ever go because of what he has done for the club.”
United have not won the Premier League since 2013 and our last trophy win (Europa League) came under Jose Mourinho in 2017.
After years of poor decision, United appear to be finally heading in the right direction under Erik ten Hag. Long may it continue.