Marcus Rashford cops £60 parking ticket on his McLaren after leaving it on double yellow lines

MARCUS Rashford copped a £60 parking ticket after leaving his McLaren on double yellow lines – again.

The Manchester United ace, 26, was snapped today pulling the fine from his sports car’s windscreen in Hale, Cheshire this week.

Marcus Rashford has been slapped with a £60 parking ticket


Marcus Rashford has been slapped with a £60 parking ticketCredit: Eamonn and James Clarke
The Manchester United star was snapped today


The Manchester United star was snapped todayCredit: Eamonn and James Clarke
It comes just weeks after he was given a ticket for the same reason


It comes just weeks after he was given a ticket for the same reasonCredit: Eamonn and James Clarke
The ace was nabbed for parking on double yellow lines


The ace was nabbed for parking on double yellow linesCredit: Reuters

The star had pulled his McLaren 765LT up outside offices for a construction and property development company when a warden snagged him.

Rashford was then seen grabbing the ticket, before zooming off in his car.

It comes just weeks after he was handed another fine, for the same reason.

The 26-year-old was snapped after being handed a yellow card by a traffic warden when he met a teammate for lunch.

Last month Rashford went to the Juniper Restaurant in Wilmslow, Cheshire for lunch with fellow United player Tyrell Malacia.

The England international had left his £280,000 sports car parked on double yellow lines outside.

It took just 15 minutes for an eagle-eyed warden to spot his foul play, and he duly issued a £60 parking ticket on the star’s motor, which has a top speed of 205mph.

And that left Rashford with a nasty surprise as he headed back out to his car after around an hour.

The forward is struggling for form this season after producing a career best 32 goals in all competitions last term to finish the club’s top scorer.

He has scored just three times in all competitions for the Red Devils during the current campaign and now his bad luck appears to be following him off the pitch.

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Rashford is not the first, and probably not the last, footy ace from Manchester to be caught out on double yellows over recent months.

Man City manager Pep Guardiola had a hilarious exchange with a traffic warden after receiving a parking ticket in August.

But the Spaniard was not laughing as much when he was hit with another one just three months later.

And his players have also been caught offside when it comes to parking as well.

City attacker Jack Grealish and girlfriend Sasha Attwood’s night out wearing matching outfits at Sexy Fish was ruined when they were hit with a parking ticket.

And his club and England team-mate Kalvin Phillips also discovered a ticket on his £270k Lamborghini after a day out with partner Ashleigh Behan in the city centre earlier last year.

Glazers want Man Utd stars to wear augmented reality cameras

By Gary Stonehouse

MANCHESTER UNITED stars could potentially soon be wearing cameras in matches as part of a money-spinning plan by the Glazer family.

The Americans have recently sold a 25 per cent minority share in the Red Devils to Sir Jim Ratcliffe and Ineos.

But they have kept the majority stake, despite the heavy criticism from supporters ever since their ownership began in 2005.

It was previously reported how Joel and Avram Glazer were keen to stay at the club as they believe that it has huge potential for “organic growth” over the coming years.

Now ESPN has claimed that one of the potential ideas that has been talked about by the Americans relates to Augmented Reality (AR).

They report that a source who is familiar with the Glazers’ business model told them: “The big idea, or maybe the big hope, that the Glazers have – and this was driven by Ed Woodward – is the emergence of Augmented Reality.

“The technology is already out there whereby a player could have an AR wearable on his body and a supporter anywhere in the world could pay a small fee to experience a game through the eyes of his favourite player.

“Just imagine how much United could generate from their huge global fanbase if supporters were able to pay to be Marcus Rashford or Bruno Fernandes for 90 minutes?”

And it also said that United’s much-maligned ex-executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward had confirmed to them that AR had been seen as a “huge opportunity” that potentially could have been monetised by the club.

The Glazers also own NFL franchise Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who became the first American football team to utilise AR back in 2016.

However, the Premier League club have not yet been able to explore potential opportunities due to the use of bodycams in competitive matches being outlawed by IFAB.

Several clubs did trial bodycams during pre-season while Tottenham star Brennan Johnson also wore one for the pre-match warm-up against Wolves in November.

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