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United - Joachim Low Fearful of Rooney!

I`ve always been a diciple of the theory relating to letting teams worry about us rather than us worrying about them.

I`ve always perceived it as an admission of weakness to pay too much attention to potential opponents especially when we possess the calibre of players we do, both at domestic and international level.

Therefore, it`s pleasing to note that the German boss, Joachim Low, is already spouting off about the threat a certain Wayne Rooney could cause his side.

Rooney has yet to really get going in the 2010 World Cup but our star striker is quite confident of over-coming the ankle knock he picked up against Slovenia, prompting Low to comment,

"Rooney might not have been the big gun so far but he`s always there ready to explode and is very difficult to mark and keep under control."

Here on Vital Manchester United, we`re well sure that Wayne will be fired up to do well in this game; get your money on Rooney to break his 2010 World Cup duck!

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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday June 24 2010

Time: 5:00PM

Your Comments

Its about time he stepped up, hes been arguably Englands worst player so far
HuddersfieldYiddo
Can't see Rooney having much of an impact on this world cup - he looks knackered and unfit - hardly in a fit state to reproduce his best form! Fergie broke him by playing him injured last season and it's clearly showing now unfortunately. But seeing as neither Fergie nor most reds I know are England fans you probably don't give a flying..f.u.c.k.
fifthcolumnblue
Typical United club before country every time - still most of their supporters don't even come from Manchester let alone England.
Wswilly3
wswilly its all part of being a global brand something your club is yet to achieve. Also every manager should be weary of Rooney even if he is off form, all it takes is a goal to ignite him again.
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