Rashford was criticised by manager Erik ten Hag for going to a birthday party at a nightclub just hours after United were beaten 3-0 by Manchester City last weekend. The Dutchman said in his Friday press conference that his forward&aposs actions were &aposunacceptable&apos and that an apology had been made.
After picking up an injury in the final training session before Saturday&aposs trip to Fulham, Rashford travelled to Craven Cottage but was left out of the squad. Ten Hag insisted before kick-off that his absence was purely fitness-related.
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Rashford&aposs decision to go out has divided opinion, with some believing it was fine to do so following such a disappointing result while others insist it looked bad on him. Speaking ahead of the game against Fulham, Ferdinand admitted he would avoid doing similar after losing games.