Manchester United's manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjær, denies that he is culpable in the træthedsbrud, which now holds the team's top scorer, Marcus Rashford, out for up to six weeks.
It says the Norwegian to Skysports, according to the Norwegian news agency NTB.
- I never myself in front of the team. I always put the team and the club in front of everything else, says Solskjær.
Rashford sustained the injury in the FA Cup match against Wolverhampton a week ago.
Solskjærs rejection comes after the former Arsenal player and current fodboldekspert Ian Wright said on BBC Sport that Solskjær "thought of herself above the player", when he Rashford play the match.
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Marcus Rashford has scored 14 goals for Manchester United in the ongoing Premier League season. Photo: Andrew Yates / Ritzau Scanpix.
Rashford allegedly had what of a back injury in the days leading up to the fight, and the fight would therefore have exacerbated the damage.
Solskjær confirms that Rashford had felt the "slight discomfort" in his back prior to the match against Wolverhampton. But since the attacker had had it for several weeks, chosen the club to make inquiries of the 22-year-old england midfielder.
Rashford prior to the fight have told Solskjær that he had it good and could play for half an hour, if it was necessary to ensure the team's advancement in the FA Cup.
- It just shows the attitude Marcus has, says Solskjær and points out that Rashford trained fully with no pain the day before the fight.
On Twitter thank Marcus Rashford Wednesday for the many wishes for quick recovery, as he has received.
- I will be back before the season ends, so I can hopefully help my team in the top-4, write the attacker on Twitter.
Marcus Rashford has scored 14 goals for United in the ongoing Premier League season.
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