MOTD 2 …. Wayne Rooney not resigning with UTD…for football fans out there

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  • MOTD 2 …. Wayne Rooney not resigning with UTD…for football fans out there
  • not too fussed myself.

    Hmm, wonder how much Real will pay for him?

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    On his current form, i wouldn’t sign him on a free.

    billybob
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    matter do it? It’d do him good to experience some foreign culture, not enough english players go abroad.

    Zoolander
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    He can come back to everton on a free transfer….. Then we can flog the littleshitehawk again πŸ™‚

    warton
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    Its fair to say he’s screwed that up fairly massively, its very rare that a player leaves fergie and gets better

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    too true zoo…was happy when we got 30+ million for him and then immediately played better anyway

    Ha ha!

    ‘Once a Blue, always a Blue’

    He’s not even as good as his brother. Now that lad was a waster:

    http://www.fansonline.net/macclesfieldtown/mb/view.php?id=45363

    It’s funny whenever I watch England, I see the same player as John, running around, not doing much.

    I did see him score a cracker once though, I think against Barnet.

    rondo101
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    On his current form, i wouldn’t sign him on a free.

    his current form is surely a result of whatever is happening off the pitch to lead to him making this announcement.

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/football/2010/oct/17/wayne-rooney-manchester-united

    Β£150K a week………..
    πŸ™„

    postierich
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    No loyalty these days Ha Ha

    michaelowen by Richard Munro, on Flickr

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    Nah his form is down to him shelling out 1200 quid to shag a slag.

    there are a few loyal players…like Mr Chelsea John Terry who immediately dismissed an approach from City. Well, he did after he agreed an enhanced offer with his existing employer he was contracted to.
    It’s all ball erks.

    Haha, let’s hope his career will go the same way as Michael Owen’s…

    http://www.theoffside.com/world-football/michael-owen-brochure-now-available.html

    Haha, let’s hope his career will go the same way as Michael Owen’s…

    http://www.theoffside.com/world-football/michael-owen-brochure-now-available.html

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    NO loyalty in the modern game ermmmmmmm…..giggs? scholes? neville?

    Must be pretty difficult to stay loyal to the best team in the country, eh? πŸ™„

    Another Gazza in the making πŸ™

    Jamie
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    Another Gazza in the making

    Not really.

    Must be pretty difficult to stay loyal to the best team in the country, eh?

    Last I looked, Rooney din’t play for Chelsea….

    Disney for Shrek whatever number?

    b r
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    Not into football myself, but interested in the ‘company’ side of it – this seems as much about Man Utd trying to get their money back for him in 2011 if he doesn’t sign (becomes a ‘free-agent’ in 2012), as him trying to get more cash.

    tails
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    Where do you think he will end up as I can’t see any big club needing him Spurs?? or an outside chance of a swap with torres.

    Wenger would not like a figure like him in the dressing room, City need to reduce their wage bill, sod all chance of him getting in the barca squad. Both chelsea and real don’t need him.

    JonR
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    All of these stories in the media and not one quote in any of them, its almost like they have no official line on this stroy at all and have just added Rooney’s poor form, the fact he hasn’t signed the contract extension that he was offered months ago and a misunderstanding about the ankle he had an ice pack on after the Fulham game and come up with this “exclusive”. But then the tabloid press are so honest and above board that they can’t have just made all of it up can they?

    Trouble is, Wayne isn’t the sharpest tool in the box, bless him, and I think he’d struggle to fit in at another club. As for going abroad; that would require him to learn another language,etc. And I don’t want to be nasty, but he doesn’t strike me as the type to be able to grasp the complexities of Spanish or Italian, say, too easily. Hence why he probbly wants to stay in England.

    His wage demands mean only Chelsea or Man City would realistically be able to afford him. Plus, Wayne is the kind of player that needs close mentoring, his off the field activities suggest he has pretty poor judgement tbh.

    ‘I’m a famous footballer. I want to sleep with this prostitute. What could possibly go wrong?’ As I said, not the sharpest tool….

    Bacon Face is perhaps one of the very few managers I can see being able to handle him properly, stop him self-destructing (yes, he could well be another Gazza if he’s not careful). Another, ironically, is David Moyes. Harry Redknapp might be another one. Mourinho? Possibly. I can’t see Ancelloti putting up with him, even less so Mancini being able to handle him. Nah, he needs a tough bastard of a manager to keep him on a leash.

    Seems to me that he’s having a strop because Bacon Face has laid down the law about his off the field antics. He’d be very unwise to leave Man U, I reckon.

    Local papers suggesting he might be Β£500K per week with city.

    Hadge
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    I’m not a Man Utd fan but remember forms temporary and class is permanent and Rooney if he leaves Utd he will come back and haunt them big time with which ever club he plays for. I agree with Fergie, no player is bigger than the club – as Keane, Beckhan, Veron and Stam found out. No one can deny how good Fergie has been for that club, especially his man-management skills. I think Rooney will go and will go to one of the Spanish giants. That way he will leave all the latest tabloid stuff about his personal stuff behind – that and about Β£200k per week wages.

    allthepies
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    Local papers suggesting he might be Β£500K per week with city.

    lol

    Elfinsafety – Member
    Must be pretty difficult to stay loyal to the best team in the country, eh?
    Last I looked, Rooney din’t play for Chelsea….

    Yeah, Chelsea’s European & domestic pedigree combined with a reputation for fast flowing, free football is second to none. πŸ™„

    The best team in the country is not always the one currently at the top of the table.

    Well, by that reckoning, Liverpool are the ‘best team in the country’, then. More trophies than any other English club. πŸ˜•

    Jamie
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    Well done Fox News. Shame they edited it later in the day:

    -sauce

    Jamie
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    Funny if true:

    “Wayne Rooney is increasingly open to the idea of completing the most rancorous and staggering transfer of modern times by leaving Manchester United for Manchester City.”

    -Guardian

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    “Wayne Rooney is increasingly open to the idea of completing the most rancorous and staggering transfer of modern times by leaving Manchester United for Manchester City.”

    Will never happen, Utd are not going to sell him to one of their rivals, especially city! If he goes, it will be abroad.
    As a Utd fan, I say if he wants to go, let him. We need players who want to play for the team and who can score regularly. Rooney aint scored for 5 months now , except in the hookers bed, hes going to self destruct in a Gazza style at some point. If Fergie can`t control him, no one will.

    I reckon give the young strikers a run, Hernandez, Nani and Macheeda.

    Jamie
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    except in the hookers bed,

    More of an own goal….. πŸ˜‰

    Elfinsafety – Member
    Well, by that reckoning, Liverpool are the ‘best team in the country’, then. More trophies than any other English club.

    You forgot to address this bit:

    combined with a reputation for fast flowing, free football

    tails
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    United are looking in dire straights at the mo, over the years I have gone from being a supporter to a fan as this guy has

    taken over. As big a team as they are, going bust is a possibility, city will put in the top bid and financially we will have to take it.

    Other than Chelsea, City and Arsenal the whole Premiership appears poorly run. Why have we not adopted this Spanish system where by people are buying socio’s?

    Anyway they need to get shot of rooney ASAP. Anyone still think they are worth a punt for the league?

    Chelsea will win the league with ease I reckon. Utd seem to have lost a bit of the dear factor and the lesser teams aren’t afraid to have a go at them now. Apparently Rooney can buy himself out of his contract for Β£5m – not much for him I wouldn’t have thought so he could play for whoever would be prepared to pay him the money he seems to want. Man City then! Or maybe Chelsea?

    It will be interesting to see what Fergie does with him now, whether he’ll just rot in the reserves or be forced to play him, given that the alternatives (Hernandez and Macheda) are pretty unproven.

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