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United - Rooney Stay is Only Temporary!

United - Rooney Stay is Only Temporary!

Although Wayne Rooney has only just put pen to paper on a new five year deal, the Sunday tabloids continue to weave their mischief.

One, the News of the World, carries and exclusive, spread all over its back pages, inferring that Rooney`s stay at Old Trafford is only temporary giving all sorts of guff that come next summer he will be lure dot Manchester City.

I`ll spare you the guff but suffice to say the tabloid bases its synopsis that Rooney will be tempted to leave by the offer of a contract that far exceeds his current £200,000+ salary.

Whether it will happen or not I`m at a loss to say, the events of last week have still left me perplexed.

Has anyone got any thoughts on this suggestion?

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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Sunday October 24 2010
Time: 7:10PM

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They're trying to get every penny possible out of this fiasco aren't they?
TheFamousNo7
24/10/2010 20:41:00
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I hope somebody gives that spud- headed little ***** a detailed experience of the private health care system he can now afford. He's a pariah. The only people that can stop this greed are the fans. Stop it...now.
Tony Rocky Horror
24/10/2010 23:12:00
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No way will he ever be welcome at City, and our fans will make sure that fact is well known to our owners. Madrid can have him before he gets ignominiously sold to the likes of Wolves or Stoke to see out the rest of his fading career. Thank Christ he's stayed with you!
fifthcolumnblue
25/10/2010 18:08:00
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