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United - Rooney`s Future!

Not too long ago, last weekend if I recall correctly, one red-top publication ran an article inferring that Manchester United and Wayne Rooney would be parting company this summer.

The article was based on the theory that Sir Alex Ferguson had decided to call time on a partnership after further mutterings, from Rooney, about the state of the United squad.

Today, the two leading red-top publications this country has to offer; carry an interview with Rooney that suggests the aforementioned article was unfounded, with Rooney remarking,

"My relationship with Sir Alex has no problems whatsoever."

"I`m enjoying my football here and if I was going to leave in the summer, I wouldn`t have signed a new contract when I did. I`ve signed it and I intend to see it through to the end."

"Unless, I`m ever not wanted, then I`ll be staying here, that`s for sure. I`ll be here until I`m in my 30`s."

"I admit I made a mistake - like I`ve said a lot of times - by saying I wanted to leave. But I`ve committed my future to United."

"I`m happy, my family are happy, so there is no reason for me to move elsewhere."

"I want to try and win more trophies and bring more success to this club."

So is that the end of the matter?

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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday March 17 2011

Time: 5:00PM

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He's definately committed to the cause, though it was expensive to earn that commitment. He had his moment of madness like many footballers do. I still feel slightly betrayed but he does go out and give it his all every game which is alot more than you see from other modern footballers.
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