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Manchester United outcast Jadon Sancho delivers strong message to Manchester United and Erik Ten Hag after FA Cup final win against Manchester City In a dramatic turn of events, the outcast winger took to social media to deliver a stirring message to his club and manager Erik Ten Hag, making it clear that he was far from pleased with his recent treatment. “You can try to sideline me, but you can never silence me,” Sancho stated in his post, which quickly went viral.

Marcus Rashford experienced a deeply emotional moment on Saturday following Manchester United’s FA Cup victory, shedding tears of joy. Shortly after the match, he received heartfelt congratulations from an old friend.


Jadon Sancho, once sidelined at Manchester United, was among the first to commend Rashford following their team’s unexpected 2-1 win over Manchester City in the FA Cup final at Wembley Stadium. United’s triumph was particularly surprising given City’s status as Premier League champions.


The victory was secured through early goals by Alejandro Garnacho and Kobbie Mainoo, pivotal in Manchester United’s success. Rashford, starting from the beginning, played a significant role in the match. A mistake by Josko Gvardiol allowed Garnacho to score the opening goal. Later, Rashford’s impressive 70-yard pass set up Garnacho, who then assisted Bruno Fernandes. Fernandes found Mainoo, who confidently scored past Stefan Ortega, extending United’s lead.


Although Jeremy Doku scored a late goal for City, bringing the score to 2-1, they were unable to overcome United’s defense. As the game ended, United celebrated their 13th FA Cup title, with Pep Guardiola’s team struggling to equalize.


Rashford, deeply moved, engaged with United fans, tears of joy streaming down his face as he acknowledged their support. He expressed his strong connection to the club on Instagram, stating, “People want to know what Man United means to me!”


In response, Jadon Sancho, who had spent time on loan at Borussia Dortmund after falling out of favor with United’s manager Erik ten Hag, commented, “Love you brother.” This exchange highlighted the bond and respect between the two players despite the season’s difficulties.


Rashford’s season had been challenging, marked by a significant drop in form and questions about his future at Old Trafford. Despite securing a lucrative five-year contract last summer, his goal-scoring slump led to doubts about his role in the team. In January, he faced internal disciplinary measures after an unauthorized trip to Belfast, further questioning his dedication.


Nonetheless, Rashford’s deep connection to Manchester United, where he has been since joining the youth academy at seven, was evident. His emotional reaction to the FA Cup win underscored his loyalty and commitment to the club he considers home.


Earlier in the week, Rashford faced disappointment when he was left out of England’s preliminary squad for the upcoming European Championships. Despite these setbacks, his performance in the FA Cup final and the outpouring of support from fans and teammates highlighted his enduring significance to Manchester United.

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