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Sport 'He could get an ovation at ANFIELD': Robertson praises Rashford

16:10  19 september  2020
16:10  19 september  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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In June Marcus Rashford 's campaigning managed to force a reversal from Government over plans to stop funding free school lunch vouchers. He told GMB he was inspired to fight for change after his own mum really struggled when he was young.

Liverpool star Andy Robertson has said that Marcus Rashford could be the first Manchester United player in history to receive a standing ovation from the He 'd definitely deserve it because thousands of families are going to get fed now.” Asked if he believes politicians are doing enough to support the

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If fans have returned by January 16, when Manchester United travel to Anfield in the Premier League, Andy Robertson thinks Marcus Rashford could receive a standing ovation from the Kop.

The striker become football's star of lockdown when he lobbied the Government to reverse its decision on ending its free school meals scheme.

Robertson himself gave a crucial donation to Glaswegian helpline Back Onside, and is setting up his own AR26 charity, aiming to help those less fortunate through football.

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Liverpool star Andy Robertson has said that Marcus Rashford could be the first Manchester United player in history to receive a standing ovation from the He 'd definitely deserve it because thousands of families are going to get fed now.” Asked if he believes politicians are doing enough to support the

Marcus Rashford ’s charity work might see him become the first Manchester United player to get a round of applause at Anfield , said Liverpool “I hope that when fans are allowed back into the grounds that that man gets a standing ovation off every fan, because what he ’s done to provide food

Robertson was also involved in Jordan Henderson's Players Together fund during lockdown, and was highly impressed with the work of his rivals' front-man too.

'The two words that everyone's saying (during the pandemic) are "Marcus Rashford"', the left-back told the Times.

'He made politicians overturn the decision (not to extend free school meals) because he wanted every kid to get fed. What he's done was amazing, outstanding.

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ANDY ROBERTSON has urged Liverpool fans to give Marcus Rashford a STANDING OVATION when he plays at Anfield - for all his charity work. Marcus Rashford has received praise for his charity work "Once the fans are back in, Marcus Rashford could be the first Man United player to get a

Marcus Rashford 's charity work might see him become the first Manchester United player to get a round of applause at Anfield , said Liverpool defender Andy Robertson . United attacker Rashford successfully lobbied to have the free school meal voucher scheme extended to help families hit hard

'Once the fans are back in, Marcus Rashford could be the first Man United player to get a standing ovation here.

a man holding a football ball: Robertson made his own contributions for those struggling during lockdown in Glasgow © Provided by Daily Mail Robertson made his own contributions for those struggling during lockdown in Glasgow

'He'd definitely deserve it because thousands of families are getting fed now.'

After applauding him Liverpool will quickly have to turn their attention to stopping Rashford when they face-off, with the Englishman stepping-up on the pitch as well as off it last season.

Virgil van Dijk will be the principle centre-back charged with marking Rashford, but the powerful Dutchman got his season off to a rocky start last weekend.

The former Ballon d'Or runner-up conceded three goals and was at fault for Patrick Bamford's 30th minute equaliser in a 4-3 victory over newly-promoted Leeds United, but Robertson was keen to remind viewers of the centre-back's world class quality.

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Andy Robertson ’s most significant assist didn’t happen on the pitch. In March, during lockdown, the mental health charity Back Onside in his native Glasgow struggled for funds as its helpline was inundated by distressed people on the brink. Staff prevented a series of suicides but feared that the

Andy Robertson ’s most significant assist didn’t happen on the pitch. In March, during lockdown, the mental health charity Back Onside in his native Glasgow struggled for funds as its helpline was inundated by distressed people on the brink. Staff prevented a series of suicides but feared that the

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'When he makes a mistake everyone's shocked and that shows how good a player he is,' Robertson added.

'It's a bit like when Lionel Messi misses a chance.

'He has the whole package as a centre back: so strong in the air, physical, fast, good on the ball, a leader, he commands. He's amazing to play with.'

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