Jamie Redknapp feels very sorry for the England man; he has been shunted down the order.
There's some fantastic 2+2=74 gossip around about Manchester United transfers.
Arsenal are winners; Wenger is not. Nor are Newcastle or Liverpool, but what of Man United?
Jose Mourinho has labelled himself "the monster that kills the little kids" while discussing Marcus Rashford.
“He probably needs to go and play football somewhere," says Jamie Redknapp of the Man United kid.
Rashford, Sturridge, Ings, Coventry, Dier, Stam, Sharp, Pulis and more...
"It would be a real shame because I still see an unbelievable future for Rashford and Lingard."
Never mind chasing old men, make a cheeky bid for Marcus Rashford. Plus, Alexis Sanchez is defended.
Ozil tops the winners, plus kind words for Manchester United's defence. But not for City's, or Tottenham...
Marcus Rashford is already struggling. Might Alexis Sanchez push him further away?
It's not so long ago that Jose Mourinho was being urged to play both...
Wayne Rooney reckons the advice Ferguson gave him as a youngster applies to Marcus Rashford.
“A team that plays like we do, I think we should score more goals than we do,” says Jose
Jose Mourinho finds your questions about Henrikh Mkhitaryan "frustrating". He tells us why.
Marcus Rashford is counting the Community Shield, isn't he? The cheeky sod. So Man United are back.
Anthony Martial and Marcus Rashford have only played together 12 times for Man United. Crikey.
Cristiano Ronaldo? Nope. Wayne Rooney? Nah. David Bellion? That'd make more sense.
Man Utd have named an academy player in every matchday squad since October 1937.
There is some hot nonsense around on England. Plus Italy, Ireland and ending careers...
Ronaldo scored a hat-trick at Old Trafford in Marcus Rashford's first live game. The lucky bugger.
Ashley Young finds "special talent" Marcus Rashford's hunger as refreshing as it is exciting.
He did it against Burton and then Swansea so stop going on about it, Manchester United fans.
Kylian Mbappe takes the Golden Boy crown ahead of Dembele. Jesus misses out on a podium place.
Nicky Butt has discussed what young players like Rashford have to learn at Manchester United
Is Marcus Rashford "of the same ilk" as Kylian Mbappe or Ousmane Dembele? Ferdinand wonders.
Marcus Rashford is one of the best two strikers Chris Smalling has played with at Man United.
"Players are playing with fear," says Ian Wright. All of them but one for England, in fact.
Plus someone has changed their tune on Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, when it suits...
Marcus Rashford is likely to be one of several England players spared Vilnius, along with Harry Kane.
No-one batted an eyelid at Rashford's early call-up because he's a striker. Leave Winksy alone.
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