Manchester United sink Liverpool, unsavoury scenes at West Ham


"We want to go directly into the Champions League again, there's not many places for it and second (place) would be ideal obviously".

De Boer, who was sacked as Palace manager last September after failing to muster a goal or a point over the course of four games in charge, said it was a "pity" the 20-year-old had Mourinho as a manager, as the Portuguese would deny him the game time he required.

Those weeks out of the team saw pundits and journalists alike question whether Rashford had a future at United, whether he needed a loan spell away from the club.

"They tried to do the right thing by the fans, in terms of not selling their best player every season, but sadly that did appear to backfire, and that situation probably didn't help the performances in the first half of the season". He starts some and comes from the bench in others. Not even David De Gea. He's very young, he needs games.

Rashford desperately needed a rest prior to Sanchez's arrival.

While Jose Mourinho has already won this competition twice and is a far better manager than nearly anyone else in the world, it didn't take a genius to work out Rashford needed to be in the left.

But Aldridge has disagreed with Klopp for blaming the result on the lack of a penalty decision.

Rashford has no point to prove.

Both teams are effectively playing for second, with Man City a massive 18 points head of Liverpool at the top of the league.

At 20, he's accomplished far more than he should have at this stage in his career and Mourinho has handled his development superbly, despite what some might suggest. He [Rashford] played for Manchester United many, many, many times.

We're starting to play more like a team and Rashford stepping up in Anthony Martial's absence is testament to that.

"The United player had time to get his arm out of the way and that was a clear spot kick for me, but Liverpool should not blame the referee for what was a frightful defeat".

I read something, some quote from the worst manager in the history of the Premier League, Frank de Boer saying it's not good for Rashford to have a coach like me.