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Man United's brutal dressing room music rule has been revealed by Marcus Rashford

Man United's brutal dressing room music rule has been revealed by Marcus Rashford

Manchester United have a brutal music dressing room regulation which players have to live by.

Manchester United's dressing room rule has been revealed for when they lose a game.

United lost 12 times in all competitions during Erik ten Hag's debut season, where they ended a six-year wait to win a trophy after lifting the Carabao Cup final by beating Newcastle at Wembley in February.

The Red Devils returned to the national stadium in June to contest the first ever Manchester derby FA Cup final against rivals City but lost 2-1 after an Ilkay Gundogan brace.

And United talisman Marcus Rashford has been discussing what happens in the dressing room whenever United taste defeat.

Rashford featured in the latest episode of 'The Overlap' with former United captain Gary Neville and was asked 30 questions to mark how many goals he scored for the club last term.

He was quizzed on who is normally the dressing room DJ at United, with Rashford explaining that compatriot Jadon Sancho often takes charge.

However, if you're on the decks and United lose then you're off the tunes for good as a punishment.

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Image: Getty

"Sometimes it's Sanch. So we have a rule that if somebody plays the music and we lose the game then you're off. You've got to go off.

"We're listening to some Portuguese music and we're winning. All the English players are set there fuming."

In the same interview, Rashford revealed he dislikes Liverpool more than City and named Kyle Walker as his toughest opponent.

Rashford knows the right-back well given their time in the England national team and picked him because of his unparalleled pace and strength.

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Image: Getty

He commented: "His physical capabilities are just unbelievable. It's always going to be a tough day [against him].

"You have to try and catch him off guard or get him in the wrong positions, but even then, he can recover. It's always a difficult game against him.

"I just try and drift into places where he can't drift, or where he has to pass me on into. And when he does pass me on, I just pull back a little bit, away from the defensive midfielder or wherever it is."

The 25-year-old praised another City star after selecting Kevin De Bruyne without hesitation as the best player in the Premier League "over the last four or five years".

Featured Image Credit: The Overlap/Getty

Topics: Manchester United, Marcus Rashford, Premier League, Jadon Sancho