“The club can confirm that Marcus Rashford has received permission to step up his rehabilitation program after encouraging signs on his latest scans.”
Rashford received permission
Marcus Rashford received permission to step up recovery from a back injury after positive scans on the problem, Manchester United confirmed. England star Rashford has not played for United since he defeated Wolves on January 15 in the third round of the FA Cup. There were fears that the 22-year-old player, United’s top scorer this season with 22 goals. Might miss the rest of the season and Euro 2020, which since has been postponed to next year. With football almost entirely delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic. Marcus could very well be able to return to activity if and when the 2019-20 season resumes.
The club confirmed officially
On Monday, United said: “The club can confirm that Marcus Rashford has received permission to step up his rehabilitation program after encouraging signs on his latest scans. His advance will continue to be monitored by the club’s medical staff throughout the current lockout period.”Marcus worked hard over his rehabilitation, together with the medical staff at the Aon Training Complex. Before the coronavirus pandemic forced all of the Reds to work individually at home. “Speaking to reporters last week, Rashford said he was feeling “10 times better,” as he worked towards full recovery. “For me, now it’s just about getting ready for training, and then playing games for the team,” he said.
Marcus is helping kids who usually rely on free school meals
“I’m in a much better place.” I am much happier than a month ago, so everything looks positive. While unable to train or play football, Rashford contributes to the fight against the coronavirus pandemic by helping the FareShare charity deliver food to local children and families who usually rely on free school meals. He said: “In the past, I did a lot of work regarding children and when I heard about the closure of schools,” I remember when I was at school, I was on free meals and my mother would not come home until six o’clock, so my next the food would be around eight. I was fortunate, and there are children in much more difficult situations who do not have food at home.
“This is very important, and it is the first place on my to-do list. Our generation has had many positive and negative influences. I’m just trying to influence the next generation positively.”