- Marcus Rashford's free school meal proposal has been rejected by UK Government
- The Government explained that they cannot do what Rashford want this time around
- Rashford is playing for Manchester United who are occupying 16th on the table
United Kingdom Government have rejected the proposal of Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford to have poor school children fed freely in half-term and during Christmas.
The England international has taken the child food poverty campaign upon himself and he has gotten supports from many people.
Twenty charities and key names in the food industry are also said to have stand behind Marcus Rashford on his project.
In July this year, Marcus Rashford won the battle against the United Kingdom Government who were forced to do what the Manchester United star wanted for the children.
But according to the latest report on Sky Sports, Marcus Rashford is not lucky this time around as the Government have kicked against his proposal.
A Government spokesperson explained below.
"We took that decision to extend free school meals during the pandemic, when schools were partially closed during lockdown. We are in a different position now with schools back open to all pupils.
"It's not for schools to provide food to pupils during school holidays. We believe the best way to support families outside of term times is through Universal Credit, rather than schools subsidising meals."
However, Marcus Rashford has made it clear that he will continue his fight towards making the children in the United Kingdom happy.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Premier League giants Manchester United are reportedly planning to promote Nigerian-born forward Shola Shoretire to the first team in the coming term considering his performances.
The 16-year-old forward is currently playing for Manchester United Under 18-team and has been superb with his amazing dribbling styles and goal-scoring sense.
According to the report on Givemesport citing UK Sun, people around Manchester United are convinced that Shola Shoretire has the potential to be the next Jadon Sancho.
Manchester United tried all they could to sign Jadon Sancho before the end of the transfer window, but his club Borussia Dortmund refused to do any business with the Red Devils.
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