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United - Rooney`s Wembley Experience!

It`s an occupational hazard!

An occupational hazard that was prevalent at Wembley yesterday when our own Wayne Rooney was incessantly booed by the Chelsea support.

Something that was returned in kind whenever certain Chelsea players were in possession of the ball.

Now whether it was entirely based upon the fact that they all under-performed in South Africa or not we could debate all day but Sir Alex Ferguson isn`t fazed about the whole scenario explaining,

"All good players get booed by opposition fans these days."

Before going on to commend Wayne for his splendid assist that led to Valencia`s opening goal, remarking,

"But it was a fantastic pass for the goal. Wayne needed some match fitness and we have to be really happy with what was a decent display."

Now we`re not sure if what we saw yesterday was the Rooney of old but the small display of belligerence when he realized his pass had set up the goal, in front of the Chelsea support, suggested he`s on his way back to being the Wayne we all know!

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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Monday August 9 2010
Time: 9:00PM

Comments

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It would take some serious nerve to boo Rooney for having a bad world cup when you look at how poor John Terry and Frank Lampard were and its hardly like Ashley Cole done anything amazing. Though i did love Ashley Cole blanking Capello.
TheFamousNo7
10/08/2010 14:06:00
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Capello deserved it - the man is a fool!
Red Boy
11/08/2010 19:27:00
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