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Singing the Praises of………..

I`d hazard a guess that when the team-sheet is pinned up in the dressing room for the Arsenal game, Sir Alex will stick with Javier Hernandez and Wayne Rooney as his strikers.

Dimitar may well have recovered from injury and he may well be the top-scorer in the Premier League but the Hernandez and Rooney partnership has really caught-fire in recent weeks.

Ahead of the clash with Arsene Wenger`s excellent side, our Mexican forward ahs come out with a few words of praise relating to his strike partner.

Now they may be a little over the top but we kind of get what Chicharito means,

"I used always used to admire Wayne from a distance. Now it is a pleasure to play alongside him. Our relationship is so perfect."

"Without doubt Wayne is one of the best forwards in the world. Wayne is better than Lionel Messi - at shooting."

"And better than Cristiano Ronaldo - at heading. All their styles are different but Rooney is a super class."


Which makes you think what attributes Rooney would like to possess that Messi and Ronaldo have?



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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday April 30 2011

Time: 11:49AM

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I bet Rooney would love to dribble a ball like Messi but be the threat in front of goal like Ronaldo. Well, I would love it anyway.
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