Marcus Rashford says he was “on the verge of tears” when he saw the community’s reaction to the community’s reaction after Graffiti chewed abusive glyphosate on the wall.
In Washington, police are investigating after a screw was attached to a wall Graffiti scored within an hour of England’s penalty shootout defeat on Sunday night Italy in the Euro 2020 final at Wembley
The black and white wall is on the wall of the coffee house cafe near Capson Street. It is close to where England and Manchester United footballer Whitten lived with his family before moving to Shaw.
Rashford, and his colleagues Judon Sancho and Bokayo Saka His social media accounts were racist After failure from the place of fines.
Now, in a moving message on Twitter, Rashford has thanked fans for all the messages of support he received after the abuse.
“I am involved in a sport where I expect to read what is written about me. With reference to my campaign against homelessness and child hunger in the UK, even if it’s my skin color, where I Growing up, or recently, how do I decide to spend my time off the pitch?
“I can criticize my performance all day, my fine was not so good, it should have gone, but I will never apologize for who I am and where I come from. I put these three lions on my chest. I did not feel any excitement when I saw him wearing a feather and cheering his family in a crowd of tens of thousands.
“I dreamed of days like this. The messages I receive today are very positive, and the response I received in Washington brought me to tears. The communities that have always had their arms around me. Wrapped, they hold me.
“I am Marcus Rashford, a 23-year-old black man from Winton and Whitten Shaw, South Manchester. If I have nothing else, I have it.
“Thank you for all kinds of messages. I will be stronger. We will be stronger.
The footballer also took the opportunity to apologize for his shortened sentence, adding: “I felt like I was letting everyone go.”
Manchester United forward said: “I don’t even know where to start and I don’t know how to put into words how I’m feeling at the moment.
“I’ve had a tough time, I think it’s clear for everyone to see and I’ve probably gone to this final with a lack of confidence. I’ve always supported myself with fines. , But did not feel well.
“In the long run, I was saving myself a little time and unfortunately the result was not what I wanted,” he said. I felt like I had disappointed my peers. I felt like I let everyone down. The only thing the penalty said was that I was asked to contribute to the team. I can score fines in my sleep, so why not?
“Ever since I hit the ball it’s been playing in my head the most and maybe not a word to describe how it feels. Final 55 years. 1 fine. History. I just I can say sorry. I wish this work was something else.
Rashford praised the England team for creating an “unbreakable” bond during the tournament.
He added: “As long as I continue to apologize, I want to raise the voice of my colleagues. It has been a great camp this summer that I have experienced and you all have been in it. Has played its part.
“A brotherhood has been built that is unbreakable. Your success is my success. Your failures are mine.