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If he scores seven you want to score eight’ – Man Utd striker full of praise for Kane


Roy Keane believes that Marcus Rashford could learn a lot by following in the footsteps of Raheem Sterling.

Rashford, 21, did not see the comments aimed at him on social media after his penalty miss, but the lack of control and protection from platforms such as Twitter has not surprised him.

"It's obviously disappointing. It seems to me like things have been going backwards rather than forwards", he told reporters on Friday (Sept 6).

"Speaking to the Telegraph, the youngster stated: "[Kane]'s one of the best finishers that I've played with and whenever we do finishing [in training], in my head, it's about being as close to him as possible.

"I think you have to leave the stadiums, of course, because it's something we need to address".

"We said before the game he's [Sterling] affecting games over the last couple of years", Keane explained.

Harry Kane is even more prolific in training according to Marcus Rashford
Harry Kane is even more prolific in training according to Marcus Rashford

"It is simpler to kind of determine it out, you understand, if it's a must to present identification to create an account, which means everyone can exclusively have one account quite than there being like..." There are hundreds of thousands who use my profile and they can write what they want [in reply to tweets].

Kick It Out and the PFA held conferences with Twitter, whereas United are amongst those who will probably be assembly the social media platform to debate racist abuse.

"I used to be by no means actually his need, he used to be at all times outdoor the field, nice contact and the whole lot else which is okay".

Rashford publicly expressed that belief after United team-mate Paul Pogba was abused, posting "Enough now, this needs to stop @Twitter" just days before he too became a target. He is a greater all-round participant than me, he has a really ideal contact and all around talent that I by no means had, however he hasn't were given the killer intuition that I had.

Danny Rose, among those targeted during March's Euro 2020 qualifier in Montenegro, has spoken regularly about his dismay at racism in football, while fellow England player Sancho this week suggested it could end players' love of the game. "I don't think he is obsessed with goals". "I don't think he is obsessed with goals", Owen said according to UK Mirror.

"That's what the strength was of social media".

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