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'Rooney Rage' Blown Out Of Proportion Again

'Rooney Rage' Blown Out Of Proportion Again

It's almost a week now since Rooney's been sent off at Fulham yet the nation is still happily discussing ways of calming him down. Apparently, his rage and anger and 'crazyness' will destroy him and United and England and possibly the European Union and the global economy... oh wait.

Had it not been Wayne Rooney the incident at Fulham wouldn't have made the Match of the Day I reckon. He simply reacted furiously to an unjust call of the referee: it happens all the time, right down to Blue Square level and below.

But it's Wayne Rooney and everyone in England instantly becomes a psychologist when he is concerned. I'd say that leaving him alone would be the best possible thing. I've been saying it for years though and I guess I'll never live to see if I'm right, if it's indeed the best thing.

At least some of these people who blow Rooney's 'rage' all out of proportion do it because they're worried about him. At least that shows good intentions... although we know only too well how they relate to Hell and to the way there...



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Writer:Zae
Date:Thursday April 2 2009
Time: 9:36PM

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Gawd, you Mancs are silly. Unjust call? Wake up!
Aamir
02/04/2009 21:45:00
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Gawd, you Mancs are silly. Unjust call? Wake up!
Aamir
02/04/2009 21:45:00
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