Marcus Rashford mural of supportive messages to be preserved

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The giant painting in Withington, south Manchester, near where Rashford grew up, has been repaired by artist Akse. The striker was “lost for words” as 700 people held an anti-racism demo there.

Community leaders said the gifts, stickers, letters and messages will be “retained, recorded and, if possible, displayed”.

Police in the city were last night questioning a Savills estate agent who allegedly posted a racist tweet about black England stars.

Andrew Bone, 37, was arrested on suspicion of breaching the Malicious Communications Act – he claimed his Twitter account was hacked. He has been suspended by Savills.
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