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United - Looking for Revenge?

Wednesday afternoon threatens to be one hell of a fixture.

With so much at stake it could be a seminal moment in the World Cup, a powder-keg waiting to go off and a real test of the temperament of those involved.

No doubt the spotlight will be very much on Wayne Rooney as he tries to get on the score sheet for the first time since scoring against Bayern Munich in the Champions League.

After his outburst, aimed at the television cameras and relating to the booing supporters last time out, Wayne needs to be on his best behaviour, unfortunately, somebody in the Slovenian team would like no better than to rile Rooney.

Bostjan Cesar, a defender, has memories of a previous encounter with Rooney whereby Wayne left him injured in a friendly match between the two teams at Wembley, back in September 2009.

The clash left the Slovenian on the sidelines for several months and revenge is, reputedly, on the cards.

Be careful Wayne, your country needs you to be on your best behaviour for the full ninety minutes, don`t get sucked into anything you might regret.

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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday June 21 2010

Time: 5:00PM

Your Comments

It would be nice if Mr Rooney turned up on Wednesday to give his team mates a helping hand.
Wswilly3
at least he's there, unlike Team Bridge!
merlin
He is not world class and will get sent off this match. He has realised this himself in second match and now will throw the teddy out of the pram. Hope he kicks someone and they turn round and punch his ugly mug in. Can only make him prettier.
Only-Sleggin
CITY IS SUPPOSED TO BE THE CIRCUS OF THE MIDDLE EAST, why else would they sign the biggest jokers in football such a Jo, Robino, and Abedayor?
Klutch
Would it be fair to include Lescott as a joke?
TheFamousNo7
How much was it? 22 mil for a guy who couldn't even get into the national team. Smart move there.
TheFamousNo7
 

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