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United - Pleased to See Him Back

There`s no doubting that Wayne Rooney will be somebody who will benefit from the return of Antonio Valencia.

Some might say that Rooney`s drop in form coincided with the loss, to injury, of Valencia.

Rooney`s goal output dropped dramatically a fact many will infer is down to the fact that he`s not had those marvelous balls, into the danger are, from Valencia.

Now that he`s back, Rooney will be hoping that his goal output, although decent in the last half dozen matches, can be upped.

After the Arsenal game, Wayne waxed lyrical about Valencia`s return, commenting to the media,

"I can`t tell you how good it is to see him back. It was his first game for six months and he looked like he`d never been away. It`s fantastic for him and fantastic for us that he played the way he did."

Are we about to witness an onslaught of headed goals in the title run in?

I sincerely hope so.




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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Monday March 14 2011
Time: 5:00PM

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It's hard to believe that after just one year at the club he could have such a massive impact on the team and how we play. A magnificent, underrated player, I can't wait for him to produce numerous pinpoint accurate crosses, the oppossition are going to have a real tough time.
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14/03/2011 19:22:00
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