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Rooney: I'd Sign A New Contract Any Time

Rooney: I'd Sign A New Contract Any Time

Wayne Rooney is in fantastic form: though he was somewhat overshadowed by Ryan Giggs, he still put in a brilliant performance at Middlesbrough even though, surprisingly, he failed to score the goal his display warranted.

He's starting to enjoy his new role on the left wing and now claims he wants to stay at United until retirement.

'I am happy here and I'd sign a new contract at any time.

'I want to stay at this club for the rest of my career. I will sign an extension any time the club wants me to.'


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Writer:Zae
Date:Sunday May 3 2009
Time: 2:04PM

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Once a blue always a blue, eh Wayne? No doubting that Wayne has been a great player for you and is committed to the club, but how much of that loyalty is to United and how much to Fergie? Easy to state his commitment now when all is rosy, but when Fergie retires and the team hit a rough patch (which any new manager is likely to have), how will he feel then?
fifthcolumnblue
04/05/2009 10:07:00
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Once a blue always a blue, eh Wayne? No doubting that Wayne has been a great player for you and is committed to the club, but how much of that loyalty is to United and how much to Fergie? Easy to state his commitment now when all is rosy, but when Fergie retires and the team hit a rough patch (which any new manager is likely to have), how will he feel then?
fifthcolumnblue
04/05/2009 10:07:00
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