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United - Mancini on Rooney

You`d think after spending so much cash on a squad that isn`t exactly setting the world alight, on current form, Roberto Mancini would have more to think about than us.

But that doesn`t seem to be the case with Mancini being only too willing to give his views on an incident that should be deemed as dead and buried, the Rooney / McCarthy affair.

The City boss has gone into print about no charges being brought or no red card being flashed, commenting,

"It`s normal - the big club usually has different treatment."

"For me it was a red card, it was Rooney`s fault."

"Sometimes the referee can make a mistake but I think it was a red card, the same as everyone else."


But not the same views as the referee or the FA then!




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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Wednesday March 2 2011
Time: 5:00PM

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Ferguson has plenty to say about other clubs business, mainly City's and Arsenal's. Do you have to be a 'knight' to be able to comment on others? You lot are a simpering bunch aren't you, one flash of an undeserved honour and you're anyones. Everyone thought you were hard done to against Chelsea yet everyone's laughing about it....why is that? Before calling me a troll think about not handing out invites.
RobsonGreensleeves
02/03/2011 18:11:00
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In fairness if Mancini was asked his views on it then by all mean share them, however he has made serious allegations of the FA and Ref's being bias there and should be a bit more careful about how he expresses his views.
TheFamousNo7
02/03/2011 18:17:00
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"Only too willing"? He was asked his opinion FFS !!! How on earth can utd fans not fail to recognise that Rooney showed that he is a THUG and that it was assault ?? When Ben Thatcher elbowed Mendes a few seasons ago the club took responsibility and banned him for 6 games AND fined him. On top of that the FA banned him for 8 games ! "And no not the same opinion as the ref or FA", ooh haha thats really funny because you get away with it all the time i.e when rat boy should have been sent off and a penalty given at West Brom. No wonder people get so annoyed and you lot would be the first crying about it were the shoe on the other foot. Yet you spin it around and state that RM is more interested about talking about Rooney what utter crap and an absolutle joke of an article. Arrogant reds as usual. But I forgot "we're utd and we do what we want" Spoiled brats.
planetmaker
02/03/2011 18:28:00
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Well said planetmaker - but don't worry, you'll get the usual "ABU, Bitter" tag because you dared to criticise the mighty manure.
fifthcolumnblue
02/03/2011 23:55:00
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