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Rashford has ‘every attribute in his locker to thrive as a striker’ for Man Utd & England – Shearer

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Rashford has ‘every attribute in his locker to thrive as a striker’ for Man Utd & England – ShearerThe Red Devils forward found the target again during a narrow victory over Tottenham, with his potential as a central frontman finally being unlocked
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