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United - Opening Up Old Wounds!

The damned cheek of that lot over at the old Commonwealth Stadium!

Probable instigators of the recent Wayne Rooney contract saga we now find that the Manchester City boss, Roberto Mancini, still openly talking about, only a matter of a fortnight after a ling term deal was signed, about Wayne Rooney leaving Manchester United, with the under-pressure Italian remarking,

"I think it can happen that Rooney can leave United. These days every player can leave a club for another."

True but I reckon Rooney will be at United longer than Mancini will be at City!


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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday November 10 2010

Time: 5:00PM

 

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