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United - Rooney`s a Happy Bunny!

How things can change in such a short space of time.

It only seems like yesterday that Wayne Rooney was throwing his toys out of the pram and demanding a move, a tantrum based on the fact he believed United were not in a great position to win major trophies.

Now a matter of a couple of months down the road, we`re perfectly placed to land the two biggest domestic prizes available to us, something that has prompted Wayne to comment in the media,

"When I look at it now, how wrong was I."

"Obviously, I understand I made a mistake. I admitted that and I apologized for that and I have wanted to try and prove myself to Manchester United fans. I feel I am doing that now."

"It was a long time ago now and, hopefully, now I am helping this team be successful."

"It would be a great end to the season with a Champions League Final and winning the league. I am 100 per cent committed to this club."

And considerably wealthier thanks to that huge pay-rise following the much publicized tantrum!

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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday April 28 2011

Time: 5:00PM

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200k a week, I would be happy an all. W4nk3r. It's not bad enough that he threw a tantrum but to hear him repeatedly say it was a mistake infuriates me. He has done a lot to redeem himself and I understand that when faced with the question he can only say one answer and I believe he's being sincere and genuinely believes it was a mistake but it feels like he's taking the**** also. No issues with him staying, it's just the terms and reasoning behind his staying. The only mistake made was giving him such a ridiculous wage.
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