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While Foden scores for Man City, this is Man United’s fans verdict on Rashford

By Mario Perez

Manchester City and Manchester United live two completely different realities in English football.

Manchester City and Manchester United live really different realities in English football

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The Mancunian derby starts to be the main topic in the city of Manchester, despite Manchester City and Manchester United seem to be living completely different realities in English football during this season, with the Citizen fighting for the league while the Red Devils struggle under Ten Hag’s management.

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In this sense, the last game of both teams has been pointed as really symptomatic of the current moment they lived in the Premier League, as Guardiola’s Manchester City won against Bournemouth while Ten Hag’s Manchester United was defeated by Fulham at Old Trafford with a late goal by Alex Iwobi.

The comparison, in this way, would be also applied for their wingers and playmakers, who live really different moments, giving completely opposed performances on the pitch and causing extreme reactions in the club’s coaches and fans.

In the last few hours, the English playmaker Phil Foden was hailed by Guardiola in Manchester City after the 23-year-old made the winning goal for the Citizen, recognizing the Englishman as a top class football player specially in central positions.

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What did Man United fans say about Rashford?

Meanwhile, the verdict on Marcus Rashford is totally opposite at Manchester United, whose fans participated in an enquiry made by the site United Stand revealing that they would be absolutely willing to sell the Mancunian striker due to his poor performances on the pitch. According to the results obtained by the site, 78% of Man United fans would currently sell the striker, who has gone under the spotlight due to extra football reasons better than due to his goals in the season.


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