Ten Hag drops Rashford to bench for ‘disciplinary’ reasons

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Marcus Rashford has been ruled out of Saturday’s Premier League game against Wolves for unspecified ‘internal disciplinary’ reasons, according to manager Eric ten Hag.

The 25-year-old Rashford has been expected to lead United’s forward line at Molyneux, scoring twice in two games since returning to club activity after playing for England in the World Cup.

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However, Ten Hag said before the game that Rashford had been brought down to the substitutes’ bench as a result of disciplinary action.

“Internal reprimand,” Ten Hag told BT Sport. “No [details]OUR RULES. Concentrate on the game for now.

“He’s in very good shape and no one can play every game.”

Ten Hag has already shown that he is ready to make big decisions with his star players this season, with the former Ajax manager at Chelsea after the Portuguese captain refused to play as a substitute against Tottenham. removed Cristiano Ronaldo from the squad for the league game.

Argentinian forward Alejandro Garnacho will miss a game in Australia on the preseason tour after angering Ten Hug with timekeeping.

United recently activated a 12-month extension option as Rashford’s Old Trafford contract expires at the end of the season.

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