‘UNACCEPTABLE’: ten Hag sent waring message to Rashford when youngster hold GLITZY party after Man United’s draw

Marcus Rashford was informed by ERIK TEN HAG that it was “unacceptable” to go out and party immediately following draw vs Galatasaray!

The England forward for Manchester United went to the posh nightclub Chinawhite.

Erik ten Hag on 'thin ice' at Man United

Erik ten Hag has discussed Marcus Rashford’s birthday celebration with him.

The forward went out after the derby defeat to Manchester City

The forward left following Manchester City’s derby loss.

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Although Rashford has apologized, Ten Hag has deemed his actions to be “unacceptable.”

Rash was celebrating his 26th birthday with his loved ones.

However, the Red Devils’ scheduled day off was canceled, and everyone was told they needed to report for training on Monday.

According to Boss Ten Hag, “Yes, I am aware of it.” I discussed it with him.

It’s not appropriate. He apologized, and that was that, I told him. It’s an internal issue for us.

The Dutchman, Ten Hag, refused to comment on whether he had reprimanded the star who earns £300,000 a week.

The boss started Rashford on the bench in Wednesday’s Carabao Cup fourth-round match against Newcastle, which United’s holders also lost 3-0.

Rashford—whose actual birthday was the day before—was replaced in the 65th minute, but his miserable season continued.

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The previous season, he scored a career-high thirty goals, but he has only managed one goal so far this year.

After losing eight of their first 15 games in all competitions, United has had its worst run since 1962.

Ten Hag insisted that the striker’s absence from the starting lineup against the Toon was not a punishment but rather a squad rotation designed to give him a break.

And he thinks Rashford is making every effort to make things better.

“He’s fitting in, and he’s very motivated to put things right,” the Dutch manager continued.

“I am aware of the amount of work he is doing. He fully supports us. He’s with me in training every day.

Thus, he commits a single error in addition to his actions and lifestyle off the field.

“I’m positive he’s doing everything in his power to support the group, contribute, and help us win.”

Rashford was again considered a substitute on Friday.

This time, it happened on the platform at Stockport station while he and his teammates were waiting for a train to London ahead of the match against Fulham.

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