Kerry's GAA legend Paul Galvin has no time for Marcus Rashford

Kerry's GAA legend Paul Galvin has no time for Marcus Rashford

PAUL GALVIN, the former Kerry footballer has claimed that he is 'completely sick' of Marcus Rashford's popular social work persona after United dismissed Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. 

Solskjaer's time as Manchester United head coach ended after a 4-1 loss to Watford this weekend.

Most, if not all of the Norwegian’s ex players thanked the United boss for his work at the club.

Galvin, however did not favour Marcus Rashford's one though.

The United forward is very active on social media and had a go at Rashford saying "he never misses a trick" on social media

Rashord wrote on Twitter calling Solskjaer a 'club legend' while sharing a photo of the two.

Galvin responded, saying:

"Completely sick of this guy’s shtik. Doesn’t miss a trick when striking the right note on social media.

Didn’t break sweat for “club legend” Ole while there, head down, walking & moping around the field even when fit. Now full-time hiding behind his social conscience persona."

Rashford has been in the news for all the right reasons during the last year. He campaigned for free school meals in the UK, and even took on the government, which they backtracked on not feeding children

Other United players like Harry Maguire thanked Ole in a tweet saying :

"You signed me for the best club in the world and gave me the biggest honour in football.

"Huge respect and forever grateful. Thank you for everything boss. Grateful."