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United - Rooney To Get Better!

United - Rooney To Get Better!

After picking up a trio of personal awards, in the last ten days or so, Wayne Rooney has had a remarkable season.

In a few weeks time, Wayne heads off to South Africa with the nation hoping that he can play a major part in helping England to play a major part in the 2010 World Cup Finals.

But, if the Rooney of this season has been awesome, then, reading his words in the media, I can`t wait to see the model that's going to evolve in a couple of years,

"I`d like to think I still have my best years ahead of me."

"I want to improve on all aspects of my game - scoring goals, creating goals, my overall play."

"I think there`s room for improvement. That`s why I stay behind every day to practise and become a better player."

"This season has been the best goal scoring period of my career."

"It`s pleasing because it`s the result of a lot of hard work."

"You feel like every time you run out on to the pitch, or every time you`ve got the ball near the goal, you`re going to score."

"It`s a feeling every striker strives for."


As long as Wayne is played through the middle he`ll continue to thrive, it`s when he`s wasted out wide that he becomes nowhere near as significant a force.

Has Wayne peaked or is there more to come?

We`d appreciate your thoughts!

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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Wednesday May 5 2010
Time: 4:33PM

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Not exactly Rocket science, he is a gifted footballer who at 24 has a few more years to peak!
elvido
05/05/2010 17:27:00
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I have no doubts about that,he is still young and as Elvido has rightly said he still has a few more years to peak.Its the same with Nani as well and that is what happens as you grow older,you have a lot more experience under your belt and you understand the game way,way better and as a result you become a better player.Hopefully the same will happen with Rafael as well.
Antriksh (abmtd)
05/05/2010 19:10:00
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my fear is injury - he's been picking up far too many niggly ones lately!
Red Boy
05/05/2010 19:54:00
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I'm impressed as to how his nasty streak has receeded - bit like his hairline :
Al Billy
05/05/2010 20:22:00
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Injuries are part of the game and the high intensity style of his, combined with the fact that he has had to lead the side so many times did take a toll on his body. Guess we can write the disappearance of the nasty streak to fatherhood.
elvido
06/05/2010 10:35:00
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