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United - Knocked off that Pedestal!

Young Mr Rooney continues to generate headlines!

Out of competitive action, courtesy of an ankle injury, Wayne saw fit to hold a birthday party for his son, Kai.

The party was Disney themed, a natural choice one might add for someone so young, Kai that is not Wayne, but the locals appear to have gotten a trifle miffed that the noise generated by the bash was still filling the night air at 01:00 hours in the morning, causing us to ponder exactly what time young Kai went to bed!

Continuing on a Rooney theme, his recent antics relating to his recent contractual shenanigans have seen his public acceptance levels drastically reduced to such an extent that the inhabitants of a Kent parish, Edenbridge, have built a thirty-foot effigy of Rooney and plan to burn it on their Guy Fawkes night bonfire!

There`s a long way to go Wayne my son before you get put back on that pedestal!


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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday November 4 2010

Time: 4:44PM

Your Comments

He doesn't help himself though which really does imply he dont give a 5h1t.
TheFamousNo7
can i light the bonfire - i'd luv it!
merlin
Oh come on! It's the lad's birthday, no reason young Kai couldn't cut loose and get smashed with his dad for the first time! Wouldn't be surprised...he's 3 right? Burning effigies of Wayne Rooney? You English types really love building and breaking those pedastals!
BlueBanes
 

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