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Rooney on His Season (So Far)

Wayne Rooney will not look back on 2010/2011 (so far) and put it down in his memories as one of his better seasons, from a personal perspective.

The transfer request saga alienated many and his goal scoring, such a feature of his game, has been poor to say the least.

Talking to the media, Rooney admitted as such, remarking,

"It`s been a difficult season for me - probably the worst I`ve had."

"That week I asked for a transfer was something I wouldn`t want to go through again, but I feel I made the right decision to stay because this club is always going to be challenging for trophies."

"I picked up a few niggles as well and missed a few games, so I didn`t really feel like I was playing a part. The good thing is that I feel fresh when most players are feeling jaded."

"I really want to kick on from here and have a big impact on the most important matches of the season."

The winning goal on Tuesday evening wouldn`t be a bad start Wayne!

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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday February 27 2011

Time: 7:09PM

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Determination and hunger is still there. Commitment is also evidently still there. Good to have the level headed Rooney back, now if we can restore him to his goal scoring ways but on more of a permanent basis this time, I will be chuffed. Though he is a brilliant playmaker those goals really do help.
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27/02/2011 20:51:00

rooney the thug gets off again. the fa are a farce to let something that blatent go. the man is a ******** scum bag. But alas utd always has the luck or just plain prejudice on there side heres to a chelsea win tomorrow nite. thats if the refereeing is fair probably unlikely though as usual.
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28/02/2011 14:25:00

Unbeleivable the man shoots you in the heart gets a pay rise score very few goals and dumb dumb blind no nothing utd supporters turn the other cheek ha ha ha ha ha ha really makes me laugh hope he gets a career ending tackle soon cause thats what he deserves. scum scum scum.
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28/02/2011 14:28:00

I can not believe that he got away with that I'm sure that in court with the evidence on video he would be convicted for assualt
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28/02/2011 16:11:00

The sad thing is keef that I can believe it, in fact I fully expected it. He grabs his sleeve with one hand and smashes his elbow into his face, can someone please explain how that is not considered violent conduct?
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