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United - Rooney Backing from Capello

This time last week the inference, from the tabloid press, was that Fabio Capello was thinking, seriously, about dropping Wayne Rooney from the England side tonight.

Having not scored since March 30th, it would appear that a penalty, dispatched against West Ham, has changed his thoughts, along with a half decent performance as well, with Capello now remarking, at a press conference held at the England hotel in Hertfordshire,

"I checked on him during his last game against West Ham. He is good, he is back."

"I`m happy because he is scoring goals. It is always important for forwards to score for confidence. He will play with style."


Rooney to be the first scorer anyone?

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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Friday September 3 2010
Time: 3:58PM

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"I`m happy because he is scoring goals.", shows how much interest Capello shows in the England team, Rooney hasn't scored a proper goal since March!!
TheFamousNo7
03/09/2010 16:57:00
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I have to say, rooney played quite well tonight. He makes a good partner for defoe.
Mart61
03/09/2010 23:22:00
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Good work by Rooney .... he's far from at his best but he's getting better. He HAS to... or the race wont be half as fun this time around
maka4chelsea
04/09/2010 06:49:00
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he did play well tonight, england need him , well done wayne
kimbo
04/09/2010 10:38:00
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I'm not sure what frame of mind he'll be in on Tuesday though with all this tabloid business!
Red Boy
05/09/2010 18:43:00
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