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United - Rooney on Fitness Concerns!

Yesterday we reported how our golden-boy striker, Wayne Rooney, appeared to have picked up a neck / shoulder injury in England`s 3-1 win against Mexico.

Thankfully, it doesn`t seem as if we`ve anything to worry about with Wayne informing the media afterwards,

"I feel good at the minute. I feel good fitness wise and I`m looking forward to it."

"I`ve trained every session. I have a bit of a stiff neck but that should pass in a day or two."


With the squad currently back in Austria, in a training camp, Wayne has also given a brief insight into how the altitude training is going,

"It`s been a long season for everyone. I`m quite fortunate in that I haven`t trained a lot in the last six weeks."

"It`s hard work, it`s a different atmosphere in Austria and your breathing is a bit different."

"But hopefully when we get to South Africa we will get the benefit."


We all sincerely hope so, it`s about time we had a major impact on a World Cup tournament, is it not?

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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Wednesday May 26 2010
Time: 5:00PM

Comments

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if Rooney gets crocked our World Cup chances go down the pan!
Al Billy
26/05/2010 19:12:00
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if Rooney gets crocked our World Cup chances go down the pan!
Al Billy
26/05/2010 19:13:00
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Well, there's always Heskey and Crouch for cover!!
elvido
26/05/2010 19:24:00
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It has to be something major to stop Rooney playing in a regular game. In my opinion he would have to be shot to stop him playing in a world cup game.
TheFamousNo7
26/05/2010 20:57:00
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