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United - Rooney`s Looking Good!

His form may have been how you might say patchy this season and his troubled domestic life has made more newspaper headlines than his footballing exploits but, could Wayne Rooney be on the way back?

Safely in the bosom of the England camp, Rooney, if reports coming out of the camp are correct, is looking more like his old self, something both Fabio Capello and Rio Ferdinand have spoken to the media about.

Capello, speaking at the pre-match press conference, remarked,

"I spoke with Sir Alex who told me, when I decided the squad, he`d be fit because the ankle problem was not so big."

"I spoke with Rooney too about different things and I monitored him during training when he trained perfectly, really well without any pain. He`s focused on the game."

"He is happy and in a good moment."


Whereas the newly restored national captain added,

"Wayne has been under immense pressure because of the reasons we know."

"He has been fantastic in training, the same old Wazza around the training ground, which we all love."

"If we are going to win anything, we need him playing at tip-top form."


And a Wayne Rooney in tip-top form can only beneficial to Manchester United as well as England, especially as we`re playing catch up in the Premier League!

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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday October 12 2010

Time: 5:00PM

Your Comments

Rooney looking good - are you having a laugh! He's uglyness personified!
merlin
Sounds like England camp propaganda designed to give Rooney a lift when he's down, because I just watched the first half V Montenegro and he most certainly didn't look back to anywhere near his best!
fifthcolumnblue
Still nowhere near the Rooney of last season, though i suspect we wont see that Rooney to often as he isn't a natural goalscorer.
TheFamousNo7
 

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